Dear readers, If you have some great content that you would like to share with your peers, we have some great news for you. From now onwards, we will be accepting high quality guest blog posts for publishing in the NLPPeople blog on a paid basis. There are only two requirements to the content we
We are thrilled to announce a major NLP People design and functionality upgrade. Please check out the bunch of new features we have rolled out for you: Responsive, modern and clean design Improved job listing presentation (with comprehensive companies’ info) Easy ‘Apply with LinkedIn’ functionality (for applicable jobs) Configurable job alerts Job bookmarking Save job
We hope you had a chance to go through our updated logo and new website banner. We like these changes very much and hope that you do so. Our new logo is now used to identify NLP People in Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Another important enhancement we have made is getting jobs from job aggregators.
New publication Big scale data analysis has been around for years, but only recently it started to be recognized in industry as a valuable mechanism to foster a bunch of business processes. In this publication we tried to collect some of numerous open resources accessible by everybody working in the field of data mining. You
New publication “Starting your own NLP business” is online Are you ready to start your own business in the NLP area? Do you know what to look at and which aspects of your future business should draw your attention first? If not, check the first part of the blog post available at this link.
New publication Ideal candidate for a position in academia has quite a different profile from some who is considered the ideal match in industry. In our new publication we are trying to understand what this difference is and which skills should a candidate possess for success in academia. You can find the publication at https://nlppeople.com/index.php/publications/articles/161-careers-beyond-industry-options-in-academia
New publication: Review of the course “Statistics: Making Sense of Data” by Alison Gibbs, Jeffrey Rosenthal
New publication “Review of the course on Statistics by A. Gibbs and J. Rosenthal” is online A through review of the University of Toronto online course called “Statistics: making sense of data” is available at this link.