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Data with Ben Lorica

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Technical interviews about software topics.

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Upcoming events: A Conversation with Haseeb Qureshi at Cloudflare on April 3, 2019 FindCollabs Hackathon at App Academy on April 6, 2019 Ben Lorica is the chief data scientist at O’Reilly Media and the program director of the Strata Data Conference. In his work, Ben spends time with people across the software industry, giving him The post Data with Ben Lorica appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

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