@tgb417, @ben_p, @Marlan… These names might sound familiar if you’ve been around the Dataiku Community?
They’re our top contributors, helping users by answering questions in the Discussions, sharing their knowledge in User Groups and online events, and giving us feedback to grow the experience.
We’re delighted to recognize them today with a dedicated ambassador program, the Dataiku Neurons!
Why the Neurons?
The objective of the program is to acknowledge their invaluable contribution to the community, and reward them with unique experiences.
We’ll be providing them with more opportunities to develop and share their expertise in Dataiku DSS and data science, including special training and content on topics of interest, exclusive events, close access to Dataiku teams such as our Product team, and some other fun surprises!
On the Community, you will now be able to recognize them thanks to this special favicon, which will appear next to their profile. You will also see them participating in User Groups and online events, creating more opportunities for exchange. Feel free to reach out to any of them if you’re seeing a common topic of interest below!
Get to know them!
@tgb417started using Dataiku DSS in 2017, back when it was only version 3. Tom is a data analyst helping non-profit organizations around the world better understand their stakeholders through data. He does so by bringing his agile project leader and group facilitator skills, as he did with the community to share best practices for remote work and continues on an ongoing basis in the New York User Group.
@emateis based in Poland, working as a Customer Analytics & Insights Analyst at Pfizer Inc. Dataiku DSS helps him shape his input before jumping into Tableau for visualization. You can reach out to him to discuss anything related to wrangling and how to make the data speak for itself to everyone!
@Tuong-Viis Technical Lead at Generali, helping users create and deliver their data science projects. Mixing her expertise in Dataiku DSS with a strong business acumen, she is fostering exchanges between French users in the Paris User Group, for instance regarding operationalization.
@MRvLuijpenis helping users from a large Dutch Bank onboard and leverage Dataiku DSS. Marc’s technical skills include data analysis, Machine Learning, and developing software applications - so he’s your go-to person for anything geeky!
@adamnietois a data scientist and software engineer at Pfizer Inc, based in New York. He’s passionate about working on creating Machine Learning models and web applications that help change patients' lives. Feel free to reach out to him with any open source project, or to chat anything related to the community!
@Ignacio_Toledo is Data Analyst at Atacama Large Millimeter/Sub-Millimeter Array (ALMA) Observatory in Chile. He focuses on building a data-centric culture within the organization through facilitating data access and collaboration on Dataiku DSS. Join the online event on November 5th to learn more and exchange live!
@ben_pis heading the data science team at UK-based online retail company MandM Direct. He’s keeping a laser focus on providing actionable insights from the data, as he shared regarding predictive customer analytics.