BIG DATA Conference 2021
Data Analytics: Diving Into SQL Joins
Tuesday, October 12th, 2021: 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Looking to advance your foundational SQL skills? Join us as we continue building from the Intro to SQL for Data Analytics webinar and take a detailed look at how to combine data from multiple tables.

Every data analyst knows the importance of SQL in the data analytics pipeline, but you're going to need more than just the basics to be successful in an analytics team. In this workshop, we'll continue building from the foundations covered in Intro to SQL for Data Analytics and will take a more detailed look at how to use SQL joins to put together data from multiple tables.

Hosted by Dodge McIntosh From Thinkful Miami

Build a Web App with JavaScript & jQuery
Wednesday, October 13th, 2021: 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM

JavaScript is the language of the browser. In this free webinar, you'll learn key jQuery concepts like manipulating the DOM and using event listeners to update your app in real-time.

Almost every website you've ever used is built with JavaScript, with interaction powered by the popular jQuery library. Learn how to use JavaScript and jQuery and build a simple web app in this workshop.

Hosted by Dodge McIntosh

Intro to UX/UI Design: User Research
Monday, October 18th, 2021: 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM

How do professional designers create a user-friendly experience? They go straight to the source - the user.

User research is the secret weapon that helps designers learn about the behavior, goals, motivations, and needs of the people who actually use their platform. With this valuable skill set, you'll be ready to kick off your career in UX design.

Hosted Dodge McIntosh From Thinkful Miami

    Data Analytics: Tools Of The Trade
    Tuesday, October 19th, 2021: 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM

    At the beginning of your data analytics journey? Come learn from the experts about what tools you need for success in this in-demand field.

    Data analysts do some pretty amazing work to bring together insights from numbers and charts so they can drive real value for their companies. To be the best at what they do, analysts have a host of technical tools at their disposal, like statistics equations, specialized software, and coding languages. With the number of different tools and recommendations floating around out there, how can you decide which ones you really need?

    Hosted by Dodge McIntosh From Thinkful Miami

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