Meet our Community Champions for this week!

DQ has been so kind to me. The knowledge and support I’ve got from this platform are priceless. Thank you for your continuous encouragement. It has been such a great experience to be part of this community.

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Here are our Community Champions for this week: :tada:

Dataquest Project sharers:

Project reviewers:

@chefpaul92, @sergibtrader, @OlutokiJohn, @Johnsonk51502, @Ezemonye_Omereji, and @vishallbabu5, together with our Community Moderators, helped their peers by reviewing their projects and providing them valuable feedback.

Useful resource sharer:

@vikram.prabhu shared the information on a webinar about the mistakes to avoid during enterprise cloud migration.


Thanks a lot, guys, for your enthusiasm and participation in our Community! :heavy_heart_exclamation:

I am proud to reward you with:

  • A 7 day extension on your current Dataquest subscription :rocket:
  • An exclusive Community Champion badge in our Community :medal_sports:
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@Elena_Kosourova ,
here we go again! This is superb! Thank you for the motivation and generosity.

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Thank you for the recognition again, I’m super graftul and best wishes to all the recipient

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Feeling great about this. Thanks so much for acknowledging my work.

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Thank you so much. This means a lot to me.

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Here are our Community Champions for this week: :tada:

Individual Project sharers:

@PatrickSmith shared his first Excel dashboard on Bike Shop where he challenged himself with cleaning rather messed data in Excel, integrated 10+ different metrics into his analysis, and designed insightful plots.

Dataquest Project sharers:

Project reviewers:

@OlutokiJohn, @vishallbabu5, and @Ezemonye_Omereji, together with our Community Moderators, looked through other learners’ projects and gave them precious suggestions and encouragement.

Useful resource sharers:

This week, we have plenty of cool resources shared by our learners @vishallbabu5, @anton.pullem, @vikram.prabhu, and @Edelberth. You can check them here correspondingly: [1], [2], [3], and [4].

Alternative solution sharer:

@oengin provided an elegant and compact alternative solution for the palindrome function exercise.


Thanks a lot, guys, for your enthusiasm and participation in our Community! :heavy_heart_exclamation:

I am proud to reward you with:

  • A 7 day extension on your current Dataquest subscription :rocket:
  • An exclusive Community Champion badge in our Community :medal_sports:
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Hello everybody

I want to see all your stuff, so lets see if I’m able to order myself and learn new things .

Greetings HC’s

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Thank you very much DQ. This means a lot to me and I’m happy to have been given the opportunity to grow.

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@Elena_Kosourova ,
The mentions are motivational, the rewards are mindblowing, the journey is appetizing and it has begun. To all others who have benefitted, Congratulations to you all.
Thank you.

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Thanks a lot, @Elena_Kosourova Dataquest has been so helpful to me.

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Here are our Community Champions for this week: :tada:

Individual Project sharer:

@joshua11112010 shared his personal project on Predict Stocks using Monte Carlo Simulation that is noticeable for its successful application of specialized libraries, exploring plenty of relevant questions, perfect project structure, interesting observations at each step, helpful code comments, and awesome visualizations.

Dataquest Project sharer:

The project of @abomayesan on Predicting car prices using k nearest neighbors stands out for its clearly stated goal, efficient code commenting and function documentation, laconic but informative storytelling, insightful plots, and a straightforward exposure of the final results and lessons learned in the conclusion.

Project reviewers:

@vishallbabu5, @kevindarley2024, @israelogunmola, @OlutokiJohn, and @Ezemonye_Omereji, together with our Community Moderator @artur.sannikov96, reviewed their peers’ projects and provided them with helpful feedback and the words of encouragement.

Useful resource sharer:

@vikram.prabhu shared a useful resource on free migration to Azure.


Thanks a lot, guys, for your enthusiasm and participation in our Community! :heavy_heart_exclamation:

I am proud to reward you with:

  • A 7 day extension on your current Dataquest subscription :rocket:
  • An exclusive Community Champion badge in our Community :medal_sports:
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Thank you @Elena_Kosourova

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Thank you @Elena_Kosourova . It feels refreshing to be back and active in the community :partying_face: . Congratulations to all the community champions.

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Thank you @Elena_Kosourova
Congratulations to others too :smiley: :partying_face:

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Congratulations Champions, you make this Community better :slight_smile:

Happy coding and keep on your great work!

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Congratulations to the other Community Champtions!

Thank you Elena, I greatly appreciate this.

I’ll continue to share my own portfolio projects to the community whilst I build it up. :smiley:

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@Elena_Kosourova , to state the obvious; no one should ever underestimate the power of their career community. Thank you for all you do.

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Thanks a lot, @Elena_Kosourova as always it’s so cool to be here

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Here are our Community Champions for this week: :tada:

Individual Project sharer:

@israelogunmola shared his great personal project on Prosper Loan Data where he tried to identify the key factors of why people take loans on Prosper Marketplace. The work stands out for its high attention to detail, amazing plots, a lot of interesting insights, honest consideration of the project’s limitations, and future recommendations on how to improve and expand the analysis.

Dataquest Project sharer:

Project reviewers:

A huge thank you goes to @Casandra_Hayward, @vishallbabu5, @OlutokiJohn, and @Ezemonye_Omereji, who, together with our Community Moderators, read through other students’ projects and gave them precious suggestions and encouragement on their hard work.

Curious Python code sharer:

@mr.sha3ban shared another cool piece of Python code that shows how the remove() list method works in combination with iteration.

Alternative solution sharer:

@rmorenobello came up with an interesting solution for the practice problem on laptop purchases.


Thanks a lot, guys, for your enthusiasm and participation in our Community! :heavy_heart_exclamation:

I am proud to reward you with:

  • A 7 day extension on your current Dataquest subscription :rocket:
  • An exclusive Community Champion badge in our Community :medal_sports:
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