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What is Galvanize?

Galvanize is a collection of modern, urban campuses where people can access the skills and network they need in-person or online to level up in tech. Our culture is shaped by first-time entrepreneurs and growing startups, to Fortune 1000 companies.

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Galvanize cultivates tech talent for both companies and individuals with courses in software engineering and data science.

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Data Science

Data Science Info Session

6:30pm - 9:00pm CST

Feb 20



1 Million Cups Meetup

9:00am - 10:30am MST

Feb 20


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Learn to Code Learning Series JavaScript 101

6:00pm - 8:00pm MST

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The Top 10 Data Scientist Interview Questions

So, you have an interview for a data science position. Congratulations! Now is the time to prepare for your interview by thinking about the questions your interviewer might ask. To help, we’ve compiled 10 of the most common data scientist interview questions. Practicing your responses to these questions will help you get ready for your …

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Do You Need a Degree to Become a Data Scientist?

Bridging the gap from school to career success is an exciting moment for any professional. In the field of data science, it’s a moment signifying entrance into one of the fastest-growing industries in the world. After all, since being named one of the top professions of the 21st Century by the Harvard Business Review, data …

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What’s the Difference Between Data Science and Software Engineering?

Right now, coding professionals are some of the most highly sought-after employees. From building software to analyzing data, individuals with a background in computer science and math are making big waves — and are paid well to do so. Although data scientists and software developers often have similar skill sets, their job functions are far …