Your data science portfolio is not enough. It is simply a billboard to grab the attention of a recruiter. So yes, it must contain amazing ideas, technical excellence and creative problem solving. But can you prove you understand the value of your own work? Are you a master of the theory behind the models you’ve implemented? Do you have the personality traits to work with other specialists on multi-million dollar projects with rigour,grit and inventiveness?

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