This webinar session will be hosted by Rohit Gupta, who has completed his MS in Data Science from the University of Washington, Seattle. He will volunteer an hour of his time to answer your queries. Before the University of Washington, Rohit completed his BTech in Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi. Post-BTech, he worked with different companies such as Mu Sigma, MBA Crystal Ball, to name a few. Currently, he is working as a Data Scientist for 84.51 ̊, Greater Chicago.
Here is how the Senior AMA works:
Ask Qs now: You can start asking your questions right away right here.
Answers via video: On Saturday, November 9th, at 7 PM, Rohit will answer your Qs via a webinar, which you can join here.
Answers transcribed for future reference: We will transcribe Rohit’s answers and post them in response to your questions on this page.
The AMA session scheduled on 26th October is postponed due to unforeseen circumstances.
We are rescheduling the session again. Will update the timings very soon
Is this not the session to be held now?
The mail content that I received when I had registered is:
Thank you for registering for AMA ~ University of Washington Alumnus . The details of the event are:
Date: Sunday, October 20, 2019
Duration: (in hours) 1
About Event: Rohit Gupta has completed his MS in Data Science from the University of Washington, Seattle. He will volunteer an hour of his time to answer your queries.
Please mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 7042100780 for any query. We request you to be 15 mins early for the event to make sure we start at the scheduled time.
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But the session isn’t live now. Doesn’t make sense. I am missing something?
Hi Vishvik, apologies for the hassle caused…It is a mistake from our end. The correct date and timing of the session was 26th October, 7pm, not 20th October and the session actually got postponed because we didn’t count that 26th is a holiday. We sincerely apologize for the trouble and inconvenience caused to you.
We will update you the new scheduled timings through email, text message and phone call.