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Livestream: Intro to Data Visualization Using D3.js with Paul Buffa
July 17, 2017 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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What to Know and Bring
You should have some familiarity with:
A++ if you have experience with Web Dev, Design, Data Analysis and GitHub
About the Speaker
Paul Buffa is a data visualization engineer at Capital One Labs, with years of experience teaching and building data visualizations in areas such as education, FinTech, marketing, politics and fitness. He has taught D3 at the Metis Data Science Bootcamp, and worked as a TA for the Data Visualization course.
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