Mr Lobo also spoke about the current industry trends and highlighted a few upcoming technologies which would soon rule the market.One among them isJulia programming language. He encouraged students to use various platforms like AWS Management, Docker, Kubernets, Micro Service setc. that provide study material and practice consoles in order to improve their skills. YouTube channels like Stat Quest was recommended to students hailing from non – statistics background to improve their statistical skills such as Data Preparation and Data Cleaning. He stressed the need to be very clear with the aspects that the students were learning and give importance to Python libraries like Pandas, NumPy, PEP8 and date and time functions. Platforms like openCV, Dask, PyCaret, Kedro and DBT were introduced in order to perform analysis on huge datasets.
The session was organised through the departmental association called ‘Analytics Club’ which hosts various events and conducts interactions with industry personnel to enhance the analytic skills among students.
Earlier, Malani, a student of the I Sem Big Data, introduced the speaker. Laveena Crasta, HOD, Dept of Big Data Analytics, welcomed the gathering.