“when you hear hoofbeats behind you, think horses, not zebras”
“(…) the reason why we need to understand data, (…) it helps us better understand how the world really works and the kind of vision we need to make as a company or an individual in order to make better decisions.”
“(…) people who are researchers, they are more satisfied with their performance when they’re paired with somebody who is a businessperson compared to when they work alone.”
“(…) every company’s a data company. Exactly. So I’m encouraging companies to think more bodily about their data science problems. Instead of thinking of it as solely a technology problem, you need to think about it as an education problem. Of educating not only the students of today, but even your front line staff needs to know something about statistics if they want to make sense of the reports they’re given.”
“(…) as a data scientist, (…) it’s always good to give them the answer and then tell them how you got there. I don’t like the black box method of consulting (…)”
“So I think of the whole notion of the Big Data world as consisting of two kinds of relationships you’ve gotta deal with. Relationships between or among variables you’re dealing with, and the relationships among people who work together to solve that problem.”
Boa entrevista sobre Big Data e perfil de data scientist no Hadooponomics: http://bluehillresearch.com/hadooponomics-the-secret-to-building-an-effective-team-of-data-scientists-podcast-transcript/
Não encontrei a fonte, mas acredito ser do Hugh MacLeod: https://www.gapingvoid.com
Life is short, and I’ve shortened mine
in a thousand delicious, ill-advised ways,
a thousand deliciously ill-advised ways
I’ll keep from my children. The world is at least
fifty percent terrible, and that’s a conservative
estimate, though I keep this from my children.
For every bird there is a stone thrown at a bird.
For every loved child, a child broken, bagged,
sunk in a lake. Life is short and the world
is at least half terrible, and for every kind
stranger, there is one who would break you,
though I keep this from my children. I am trying
to sell them the world. Any decent realtor,
walking you through a real shithole, chirps on
about good bones: This place could be beautiful,
right? You could make this place beautiful.
Lemony Snicket’s Advice on Writing a Nice Thank-You Note:
1. Do not start with the thank you.
2. Start with any other sentence. If you first say, “Thank you for the nice sweater,” you can’t imagine what to write next. Say, “It was so wonderful to come home from school to find this nice sweater. Thank you for thinking of me on Arbor Day.”
3. Then you’re done.
I recommend learning how to write a very good thank-you note. A child who can write a nice thank-you note can turn into a cocaine dealer five years later and be remembered as the child who wrote nice thank-you notes.
“…we need to actively think through problems in new ways to achieve innovative, elegant solutions. (…) The key to mindfulness is learning to look at the world in a more conditional way.”
“Somos humanos desde hace 2,5 millones de años. Nos convertimos en predadores y nos adaptamos al consumo de proteínas”
– Miki Ben-Dor