I started my career writing about big data a decade ago and had a hard time finding a career that would let me work in this space.
So I finally found a job at News.COM.AU, which has a huge focus on data journalism.
I’d been doing this for almost 10 years and it had never felt so right.
I love working with a team that understands how data matters and is prepared to use that knowledge to inform our business.
The job was very much about building relationships and making connections, but the best part of it was that I could do it with someone who understands the data and how it makes our lives better.
Read moreWhat to expect at News Australia Big Data teamI had a lot of fun with the job, but I think the most important thing to take away from this experience is that I think there are a lot more people who can do this job if they’ve had a chance to get experience, or at least a head start.
I think they’ve also had the chance to work with a great team, which is something I’ve been really looking forward to, but it’s something that you really need to work on in the short term.
In the longer term, it’s been great to work alongside a great staff, as well as with people who have spent a lot time in the space.
It was great to have people who are really passionate about data and it was great working alongside people like Chris Anderson, who has a lot to offer.
He was really supportive, so I was really glad to be part of the team.
If you’re looking to get a big dataset job, I’d suggest starting with a job with the Data & Media Centre, which we’ve put together a list of job opportunities for you to look at.