A lot of interesting things were shared by our community in the past week. Here are the Community Champions who shared some of them:
Personal project sharers:
@bholaprasad26 shared an amazing end-to-end project in our Community. Here Bhola did everything from scraping the data to doing exploratory analysis and creating charts to deploying it through Heroku on a website! You can check it out here. And while you are at it, please give Bhola some feedback.
This week we also noticed a new trend in the Community - community members sharing alternate solutions to our courses. I believe that they create an awesome supplementary learning resource for all learners.
We want to encourage this behaviour. Therefore, I am calling out 2 of the people who provided us with alternative solutions:
@masterryan.prof shared an alternative solution for one of our Command Line missions.
@jonathan.s.spratt shared with us a briefer way of solving one of the problems from the SQL section.
@fedepereira shared an insightful article with us about Showing your insights in R markdown as slides! Check it out below:
@WilfriedF took a leap of faith and joined the Driven Data competition. He was kind enough to share his detailed experience with our community! Do give @WilfriedF’s post a read - it is very inspiring!
Thank you so much!!
Sharing and learning from others makes the learning infinitely more valuable. It is a resource that we must take advantage of it. Thanks to all of you that spend your time helping and giving feedback to other’s projects!
Last week, @otavios.s wrote an good article in Dataquest Direct describing one of his personal projects. In this article, he walks us through the project and talks about the insights derived from his analysis. Do check it out:
Really I didn’t expect this kind of recognition. However , I am really happy to hear that my reviews were useful.
I love both DQ learning platform and the community. Specially I learnt a lot by reading others’ projects.
I recall when I just joined the community and saw first Community Champions’ projects, I was just astonished and thought that their level was unachieveble. But, instead of get discouraged, I got inspired by these projects (and other wonderful projects which were not recognized as Com. Champ. for whatever reason). And here I am, annouced a Community Champion
That’s a great news @nityesh, thanks a lot!
For me the DQ Community is a great resource to exchange ideas with other enthusiastic students, help them and get helped, find the room for improvement, which is not so easy to notice when learning alone.
The Community has helped a lot in my learning. Also through guided projects, I get to learn new ways of coming up with informative and amazing data science projects. I also get to share my knowledge/skills to the community members to help them unblock the difficulties they are facing.