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Big Data Talks (Data Science & Technology) (Introductory)

Friday, 3 November, 2017 - 14:00 to 15:15

The Big Data hype shows no signs of waning and the associated skill shortage is well publicised. In this session Joy and Louise will guide delegates towards an understanding of the value that data science brings to an organisation. We explore the relationship between the data, the code and the science and what a well-rounded career in the data space entails.

By the end of this session, delegates will:
• Experience a practical use case and explore the thinking that makes data science work.
• Understand why big data is so important in our digital age
• Be empowered with tips and tools to take advantage of opportunities to learn.

Speaker: 
Joy Uba
Joy Uba
Solutions Architect and Systems Engineer
Presentation Title: 
Day in the life of an Enterprise Architect / Big data
Bio: 

Joy Uba is a Solutions Architect and Systems Engineer with extensive IT experience. Her credits include SAS Institute, Atos Origin, BP, Mars, HSBC, to mention a few.

She is familiar with large, complex solutions that demand systematic thinking. Large data volumes, data lifecycle latency, extensive policy and regulatory requirements, ubiquitous encryption, stakeholder management and are some of the challenges she faces on a daily basis. Her days are spent addressing the intricacies of designing solutions that acquire reams of data that is cleansed in order to enable analysts to securely discover patterns against constraints of budget and time and measured by multiple KPIs.

Joy is a member of BCS and BCS Women which are professional institute that derive fulfilment from connecting people to career opportunities, which enables them to discover and harness what is around them. She says “My career is charting an interesting course and I’m enjoying the journey.”

Room: 
RUIC Room
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