I'm against scrum in general, but even more so for scrum applied to Data Science or research in general. If you had to do proper scrum with these things you'd have tasks like: thinking hard about this - 5 points; staring at the screen looking at charts - 8 points; redoing everything with slightly different parameters - 8 points.
Does it make sense?
But oh man I should make an "Alucrad" color scheme based on Symphony of the Night
The reason I've stayed at BNR for 6 years is because our company values really make a difference in my daily experience: I'm around people who have a focus on deeply understanding the technologies they work with, who are kind and humble as they interact with one another, and who support each other by working hard (yet with great work/life balance boundaries). I'd love if you end up joining us.
The consultancy I work at is hiring for more #Ruby on #Rails positions with a great client project that is continuing to grow. Right now, in addition to general Rails positions, we're also looking for some folks who also have experience in event-based architectures and/or enterprise authentication architectures. Please let me know any questions you have.
(US full-time or contract only)
Job posting and application form with more info: https://bignerdranch.applytojob.com/apply/PJdI7l3Ujr/Ruby-On-Rails-Engineer
Mostly write React [Native] and Rails. I like to share what I know. I care a lot about evolutionary design. Black Lives Matter. Wear a mask. Web Platform Lead at Big Nerd Ranch.
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