Eugene has a background in science with a master’s degree in quantum physics and decades-long experience in technology marketing.
For almost 20 years, he worked as a marketing consultant and a head of public relations for prominent Eastern European IT companies, such as IBS and Luxoft (Russia). During these years, he created multiple data-based stories to promote enterprise technological solutions. These stories were widely published in the press, web, and TV.
Eugene’s technology toolbox includes Alteryx (Core Certified), Tableau, SQL, Python, R, GCS, etc. He is also a Certified Data Scientist by Datacamp. He speaks English and Russian.
Now he is excited about joining The Data School and being able to apply his experience in public speaking and creating narratives for promoting more comprehensive, engaging, modern stories based on data analytics, big data and machine learning.
Eugene is also a fully qualified chef and considers cooking his most exciting hobby.
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