Bluejacking is a hacking method that allows an individual to send anonymous messages to Bluetooth-enabled devices within a certain radius. First, the hacker scans his surroundings with a Bluetooth-enabled device, searching for other devices. The hacker then sends an unsolicited message to the detected devices. Bluejacking is also known as... Read more
Takeaway: The data scientist role is fast becoming the most sought after career of the technology world. We asked top data scientist Jake Porway from The New York Times about how he got his job, and his tips for success in the field.
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Troy Sadkowsky is a native data scientist and the founder of DataScientists.Net, a site designed to allow data scientists come together to share experiences and knowledge, helping them to inspire and instruct each other in organizing, packing and delivering information. Sadkowsky has a diploma in biological laboratory techniques, a Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Information Technology and Master of Business Administration degrees. He currently works in the field of cancer research as a professional data scientist serving a number of universities across the world. Sadkowsky has a strong background in scientific software development and is specialized in prototype development and data management. Full Bio
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