Meet QueryClick at DataTalent19

We are delighted to be supporting Data Talent Scotland on Tuesday 19th March and look forward to meeting lots of aspiring students and data enthusiasts. Data Talent Scotland is important to us as we are always on the lookout for talent to join our Research & Development team, who play a key role in our agency.

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Cecilia Bouroncle
Get the most from the DataFest app

The DataFest app comes back for DataFest19 to answer any and all of your DataFest related queries from the palm of your hand. We'd like to give you a better insight into the app so that you can make the most of it during all DataFest related events and activities.

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John Callagy
10 New Speakers Announced for DataSumit19

Ten global experts in data science, including the BBC’s ‘face of space’ Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock MBE, have been announced as speakers at Data Summit, the two-day international conference that forms part of the data innovation festival, DataFest19, being held in Scotland this March.

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Cecilia Bouroncle
100 Days To DataFest - First DataSummit Speaker Announced

DataFest 19, the UK’s first two-week festival of Data Innovation in Scotland which kicks-off 100 days from today [Monday 3rd December], has confirmed the latest keynote speakers for its DataSummit and DataTech events. Dr Sue Black, Professor of Computer Science and Technology Evangelist at Durham University, has been confirmed as a keynote speaker for DataSummit, the two-day international conference taking place in Edinburgh from 21st March.

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John Callagy
Announcing The Second Keynote of DataTech19: Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel

We are pleased to announce our second confirmed keynote speaker for DataTech19: Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel (Associate Professor of the Practice, Duke University, and Data Scientist + Professional Educator at RStudio). Mine’s work focuses on innovation in statistics and data science pedagogy, with an emphasis on computation, reproducible research, student-centered learning, and open-source education.

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John Callagy
DataFest18 - What A Week!

It's been 2 weeks since Data Summit, and we would like to thank everyone who came to any of the events for being part of Scotland's largest tech event. We would like to take this chance to share some updates and fun stuff with you

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John Callagy
Data Fracking® The First Company in Scotland Authorised To Carry Out fracking! - Brainnwave

OK so that is a bit of a tabloid heading and like most tabloid headings it is somewhat misleading and designed deliberately to grab your attention.  I am not talking about the somewhat controversial practice of fracking for oil and gas but I do like to use it as a metaphor to describe what I see happening in the field of data science and the application of that in business. 

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John Callagy
The Data Journey Continues

We are delighted to be supporting DataFest 2018 again this year. Use and management of data is a topic which touches every one of our clients. With Data Summit just around the corner, now is a great time to consider the ways in which data innovation has affected our lives and businesses over the last year. From wearable tech to drive sports performance improvement, to data driven offshore project innovations, to the data sharing implications of open banking, we’ve had the privilege to be involved in some fascinating work with some truly inspirational clients.

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John Callagy
Opportunity Awaits At Data Talent Scotland

Securing a job immediately after university is a difficult prospect. You are entering the jobs market along with everyone else in your course, and in courses from around the country. This can make it difficult to stand out so it is always wise to try get one step ahead at every opportunity that presents itself.

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John Callagy
Casting A Spotlight On DataFest Fringe Events

DataFest18 is all about collaboration.  Our Fringe Event Programme taking place 16 to 23 March 2018 has a diverse range of activities for different industries, disciplines, public sector, academia through to engaging the general public and encouraging our emerging youth talent into STEM.  

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John Callagy