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Exploring the Adoption of Python in the Workplace – Free Metis Corporate Training Webinar


Metis will break down Python for data science and analytics, explain what is driving adoption in the field, and discuss how industries and companies are reacting to the shift.



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Metis Webinar 2020 March

Exploring the Adoption of Python in the Workplace
Free Metis Corporate Training Webinar

Thursday, March 26, 9 am PT, 12pm ET

Python is the darling of the data science community. However, many companies are still hesitant to adopt Python, largely because leaders understand that it can be an uphill battle. Senior management may have a background that predates Python's rise in popularity. But if business leaders don't find ways to capitalize on what Python has to offer, they may miss opportunities to increase efficiency or discover insights that could lead to game-changing innovation.

In this webinar, Mike Galvin, Metis Executive Director of Data Science Corporate Training, and Kevin Birnbaum, Metis Senior Data Scientist will break down Python for data science and analytics, explain what is driving adoption in the field, and discuss how industries and companies are reacting to the shift. Finally, they'll showcase why data and analytics professionals are so excited about Python with a live demonstration.

During this webinar, business leaders and analytics professionals will gain the tools to:
  • Explain what Python is and its importance to the data science and analytics field
  • Build a business case for adopting Python
  • Identify the best way to begin introducing Python into their environment
Invite your team and senior leaders to participate and ask questions during the live Q&A. It'll be a great opportunity to begin the conversation about the possibilities of Python in your organization.


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