Meeting demand for the sexiest job of the 21st century
Analysts are either good with data or good at storytelling, but very rarely both says Richard Tate
To eliminate data scientists, you need to employ ordinary people, not geniuses, suggests Walnut Data's Bob Tulloch
Big data needs to be as easy to use as Facebook, suggests Tulloch, which means employing ordinary people to do the testing - until it is
Experts at Computing's recent Big Data & IoT Summit discuss how to launch a big data project. Boards expect results, but not all projects deliver, so how should you deal with that?
Data scientists must learn to share better
MSci data science course will begin in 2018
Four data scientists ought to be enough to keep the UK safe, believes the MoD
Struggling to recruit a data scientist? Don't bother, just get yourself a machine learning platform, says Pearson CTO and COO
Hosted on Bluemix cloud, the platform offers Spark as a service to data scientists
Expertise in Hive and Spark, and a BSc in a quantitative discipline? A well-paid job beckons...
It's doing a disservice to real data scientists, says Sooraj Shah
'Keep your enemies close,' says Toys 'R Us strategic analytics director Pat Murphy
UBM data scientist: A background in data analytics, not data management, is key to being a data scientist
Jody Porrazzo warns that the data management route 'isn't the ideal way' to a career in data science
Mark Ridley, CIO of recruitment website reed.co.uk, explains why looking in unusual places for data scientists can yield great rewards
New body tasked with "overcoming public distrust over data sharing"
A defined career path, travel, and innovative analytics projects are key things that candidates are looking for, says VP of enterprise analytics Malene Haxholdt
Computing research investigates whether a data scientist is really any different from a data analyst, data engineer or BI specialist
This year's review looks at the extent of big data rollouts, organisational success factors and data scientists
We need "real customers with real problems" to build use cases, says Isilon guru Oliver
Computing's latest research into big data trends reveals that there is a serious gap developing between the 'haves' and the 'have nots'
'We're playing catch up to Facebook and Google,' says a chief data scientist
Paul Maltby claims Whitehall can attract new data scientists, but struggles when it comes to experienced ones
Doug Rode of recruitment firm Michael Page tells you what you should be looking for in a data scientist
Spy agency announces a spate of new technology leadership roles, with post-holders earning up to £90,000