August 5th, 2013

We the people: Our meetup member introductions

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You may have noticed that we have a ton of stuff going on at 0xdata, including several upcoming meetups that I expect will be very well attended. I was feeling a little curious about who exactly would be attending. What are the common areas of interest, are our members mostly software people or data scientists? Anyhow, I find that when I want to know stuff about people, the best thing to do is just ask them. So I pulled the intros from the profiles of members from our meetup group (H2O Data Science, http://www.meetup.com/H2Omeetup/) and this is a nice visual summary of what our members had to say about themselves.  My favorite part?  That our group uses the word “love” often enough that it’s in the top 100.
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