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3 Top Books Every Analytics Engineer to Read

Many of the analytics jobs nowadays are for the financial domain. The top financial domains are Banking, Payments, and credit cards. 
The Best Books are on:
SASUNIXPython

The skills you need to work in data analytics are SAS, UNIX, Python, and JavaScript.  I have selected three books for beginners of data analysts. 

1. SAS best book 
I found one best book that is little SAS. This post covers almost all examples and critical macros you need for your job.

The best-selling Little SAS Book just got even better. Readers worldwide study this easy-to-follow book to help them learn the basics of SAS programming.

Now Rebecca Ottesen has teamed up with the original authors, Lora Delwiche, and Susan Slaughter, to provide a new way to challenge and improve your SAS skills through thought-provoking questions, exercises, and projects.
2. UNIX best book
The basic commands you will get everywhere. The way of executing Macros or shell scripts is really you need. This is a good book so that you can automate…

3 top IT Skills every new IT Professionals learn to progress in software career

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What are the skills needed by the new IT professionals or job seekers who help the organisation transition to IT-as-a-Service. In order to lead their organisations to the cloud, IT professionals must focus on three fundamental areas:

Core Virtualisation Skill Sets

IT professionals must think and operate in the virtual world. No longer can they be tied to the old paradigm of physical assets dedicated to specific users or applications.

They must think in terms of “services” riding on top of a fully virtualized infrastructure, and how applications will take advantage of shared resources with both servers and storage.

This requires comprehensive skills in both server and storage virtualization technology, and enough experience as a practitioner to understand the intricacies and critical elements of managing virtual platforms.

Rules of Old IT and New IT

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Cross-training Competency

Leaders of IT innovation cannot be completely siloed and hyper-focused. Although there will still be a need for deep domain expertise, the architects who lead the transition must have broad skills.

They must understand enough about security, networking, storage, servers, databases, and applications to develop a vision and look at infrastructure holistically. 

As infrastructure is deployed and managed, these lead architects will then consult with, and rely on domain experts. To broaden their skills, it will be necessary for IT professionals to invest time in acquiring skills in fields adjacent to their own.

Business Skills

IT professionals will take on the role of business advisors and, in some ways, “brokers” of services. 

They must collaborate with line-of-business and application owners, guiding the discussion to answer the questions “Where should this workload run?” “Cloud or dedicated?” “Public? Private? Hybrid?” 

The new architect will be part technologist, part product manager, and part salesperson, helping assess needs and guiding end-users to the appropriate technology solution for a set of business requirements. 

Communication Skills

The requirements include not only communication and customer service skills, but also business analytics and finance, in order to align the right solution to end-user budgets.

With these skills serving as the foundation for cloud computing leadership, it is more critical than ever that companies hire this talent or invest the time and money to develop it internally. However, organizational changes will be just as critical as evolving the skills within the IT organization.

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