Endeavor season 6 episode 4

Curb Your Enthusiasm

2009.11.17 08:57 IWatchTooMuchTV Curb Your Enthusiasm

A subreddit for the HBO show "Curb Your Enthusiasm"
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2013.09.10 16:28 Cuervoso Their last resort

Netflix TV series 'Ozark', starring Jason Bateman & Laura Linney
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2011.11.13 02:06 One nation, Underwood

Subreddit for the Netflix show created by David Fincher starring Robin Wright & Kevin Spacey.
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Over the span of 20+ hours, Agency Incubator has training that covers EVERY aspect of building an agency. This is almost a plug & play system with enough success stories to back it up! You name it... signing clients, running killer Facebook ads, building out your team, on-boarding clients, invoicing, sales... this course has everything covered for you!
The lessons inside Iman Gadzhi - Agency Incubator course include:
1. Foundations
2. Mindset
3. Systems & Processes
4. Finding Leads and Setting Meetings
5. Sales
6. Service Delivery
7. Operational Supremacy…
… and more!
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2023.06.09 16:15 Cheese49r Episode 6 - I love Mal

I am just blown away by how calm and grounded Mal is. Can we talk about the emotional maturity 🤌🏾 to be able to say “my ego hurts” and still not be bitter or jealous about Yoly falling in love with Xander.
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2023.06.09 16:15 cantseemtosleep I need help. I'm sort of "stuck" at this point in the game and not sure what to aim for next?

So my account is level 40. I can clear most all dungeons around 10-15. I've 3 starred hard campaign but can no longer progress in nightmare (I think I made it to chapter 4 before hitting a wall). My highest leveled champs are:
Kael - 60, fully ascended, full masteries, fully booked. Elhain - 60, fully ascended, fully booked Suzerain Katonn - 60, 5/6 ascension, partial masteries Pythion - 60, 3/6 ascension, fully booked, partial masteries Ronda - 58, 3/6 ascension, full masteries Athel - 50, 5/5 ascension, 13/15 books, partial masteries Artak - 50, 3/5 ascension Vergumkaar - 50, 2/5 ascension, partial masteries
Kael is my biggest damage dealer at the moment (2592 atk with artifacts/lifesteal set, 100%+ C. Rate, 97% C. Damage)
For champs, I have several epics but not sure if they're worth using. I pulled Uugo during the event but with Pythion and Vergumkaar I'm not sure I have much need for another support champ at the moment (though I'll probably keep him for FW). Also have:
Grizzled Jarl, Bloodfeather, Runekeeper Dazdurk, Mistrider Daithi, Infernal Baroness, Thenasil, Tagoar, Pharsalas Gravedirt, Royal Guard, Hoskarul, Phranox, Lodric Falconheart, and Jizoh.
I have the champs to fuse Relickeeper, but looking at his moveset he doesn't really seem worth it.
Any suggestions, advice?
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2023.06.09 16:15 Adenchiz [@SamHoppen] Mike Macdonald's defensive play calling tendencies

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2023.06.09 16:14 Bitcoinentusiastic Urgently I need help

Urgently I need help
Hi everyone please help me out I think I have been dosing wrong maybe last three days.
I started my journey on Tuesday.
Bought liquid GW Cardarine from receptor chem. 10mg/ml
Here is the picture of the stuff I got I want to dose for 10mg my first to weeks and then increase to 15mg.
The needle I got to be honest I don’t even know what 1ml is can someone help here thanks for your help. I have been taken full needle 💉 every day since Tuesday I’m I overdosing or under dosing thanks for your help. 🙏🏾
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2023.06.09 16:14 wyem This week in AI - all the Major AI developments in a nutshell

  1. Researchers from Snap present SnapFusion, a new approach that, for the first time, unlocks running text-to-image diffusion models on mobile devices in less than 2 seconds .
  2. StabilityAI adds a new feature Uncrop to their generative AI tool, Clipdrop. It creates AI-generated backgrounds to automatically expand any image using Stable Diffusion XL as a foundation model. It’s free to try in the Clipdrop web app, with no need to log in.
  3. Google has updated Bard with a new technique, implicit code execution. This lets Bard run code in the background when it sees math-related prompts, making word problems and math calculations about 30% more accurate. Bard can now also directly export any table it creates to Google Sheets.
  4. Microsoft develops Orca - a 13-billion parameter model outperforming smaller open-source models and at times equaling or outperforming ChatGPT, though it lags behind GPT-4.
  5. Google presents and open-sources Visual Captions, a system that uses spoken words to add real-time images to video chats.
  6. AlphaDev, Google DeepMind’s AI, discovers small sorting algorithms from scratch that outperformed human benchmarks. These algorithms have been added to the LLVM standard C++ sort library. This is the first time an algorithm designed by AI has been added to this library. AlphaDev also discovered a new hashing algorithm, now released in the open-source.
  7. Adobe opens its Firefly generative AI model to enterprise customers, allowing them to customize the model with their own branded assets.
  8. HuggingChat, the open-source alternative to ChatGPT by HuggingFace added a web search feature.
  9. Tafi, the owner of Daz 3D announces the launch of a text-to-3D character engine, that will allow users to create high-quality custom 3D characters using simple text prompts. Tafi is using a massive 3D dataset derived from its proprietary Genesis character platform.
  10. Runway’s much-awaited Gen-2 for text-to-video is available now with free triaL.
  11. Europe wants platforms to label AI-generated content to fight disinformation..
  12. Google presents SQuId, a 600M parameter regression model that uses the SQuId dataset and cross-locale learning to evaluate speech synthesis quality in multiple languages and describe how natural it sounds.
  13. Together released the v1 versions of the RedPajama-INCITE family of models, allowing commercial use. RedPajama-INCITE-7B-Instruct is the highest scoring open model on HELM benchmarks, outperforming Falcon-7B. RedPajama, is a project to create leading open-source models, and it reproduced LLaMA training dataset of over 1.2 trillion tokens in April.
  14. Wordpress launches Jetpack AI Assistant for generating blog posts, detailed pages, structured lists and comprehensive tables from within the Wordpress editor.
  15. Google Research presents StyleDrop: a method for generation of images from text prompts in any style described by a single reference image. StyleDrop is powered by Muse, a text-to-image generative vision transformer.
If you like this news format, you might find my newsletter helpful - it's free to join, sent only once a week with bite-sized news, learning resources and selected tools. I didn't add links to news sources here because of auto-mod, but they are included in the newsletter. Thanks
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2023.06.09 16:14 davidbWI OSDCloud Offline/Online device provisioning and deploy ISO/USB Key Guide

I condensed and validated instructions for setting up an OSDCloud USB Key or ISO to deploy any Windows version to a physical device or VM joined to Intune with an autopilot profile in your tenant without using group tags or manual hashing (I suggest using dynamic device groups based upon group tag -or- name prefix in the device profile since this process does not create a group tag)
I hope you all find this helpful. This avoids having to manually hash a device and its nice for wiping and fresh installing many pieces of hardware or VMs with different autopilot profiles.
Install OSDCloud
  1. Make sure your using a Windows 11 22h2 Computer to build the USB key
  2. Run powershell as admin
  3. Run commands:
Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned -Force
Install-Module OSD -Force
Install-Module AzureAD –Force
Install-Module WindowsAutopilotIntune -Force
Install-Module Microsoft.Graph.Intune -Force
  1. Install the Windows 11 ADK components below and install with default options
a. https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2196127
i. Only install “deployment tools” checkbox
  1. Install the Windows PE Add-on for the Windows ADK
a. https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2196224
i. Use all default options
  1. Install the Microsoft Deployment Tolkit(MDT) x64
a. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/confirmation.aspx?id=54259
i. Install the x64 version
ii. Use all default options
  1. Run powershell as admin
  2. Run command:
New-OSDCloudTemplate
Download AutoPilot Profile JSONs and Copy to Folder
  1. Run powershell as admin
  2. Run commands:
Connect-MSGraph
$AutopilotProfiles = Get-AutopilotProfile
Foreach ($AutopilotProfile in $AutopilotProfiles) {
$TempPath = "C:\ProgramData\OSDCloud\Config\AutopilotJSON\"
if (!(Test-Path $TempPath)) {
New-Item -Path $TempPath -ItemType Directory -Force
}
$name = $AutopilotProfile.displayName
$ExportPath = $TempPath + $name + "_AutopilotConfigurationFile.json"
$AutopilotProfile ConvertTo-AutopilotConfigurationJSON Out-File $ExportPath -Encoding ASCII
}
$AutopilotProfiles = Get-AutopilotProfile
Foreach ($AutopilotProfile in $AutopilotProfiles) {
$TempPath = "C:\ProgramData\OSDCloud\Media\OSDCloud\Automate\"
if (!(Test-Path $TempPath)) {
New-Item -Path $TempPath -ItemType Directory -Force
}
$name = $AutopilotProfile.displayName
$ExportPath = $TempPath + $name + "_AutopilotConfigurationFile.json"
$AutopilotProfile ConvertTo-AutopilotConfigurationJSON Out-File $ExportPath -Encoding ASCII
}
Create OSDCloud Workspace
  1. Run commands:
New-OSDCloudWorkspace
Edit-OSDCloudWinPE -StartOSDCloudGUI
Create OSDCloud USB (for physical device deployment from cloud)
  1. Run command:
New-OSDCloudUSB
  1. Select USB Drive
  2. Run command
Add Drivers and OS Distros for Offline Deployment
Update-OSDCloudUSB –DriverPack *
  1. Select required driver packs for Dell, HP, Lenovo, Microsoft device models needed.
  2. Run command:
Update-OSDCloudUSB -OSName 'Windows 11 22H2' -OSLanguage en-us -OSActivation Volume
Select your OS from Business Edition: (Windows 11 22H2 x64) (Pro) (en-us) (volume)
OR (Use “Update-OSDCloudUSB -OS” to add whatever other OS version you want)
Create OSDCloud ISO (for VM deployment)
  1. ISO can be used from workspace located here to create VM
a. Run command:
New-OSDCloudISO
b. Obtain from: C:\OSDCloud\OSDCloud_NoPrompt.iso
Install Windows from USB to Physical Device
  1. Boot from USB with ethernet connection or without if using previously downloaded windows/drivers
  2. OSDCloudGUI will start automatically
  3. Select autopilot JSON from dropdown menu
  4. Select Driver Pack based upon hardware model
  5. Select OS (Windows 11 22H2 x64) (Pro) (en-us) (volume) is our standard
  6. From Microsoft Update Catalog Menu select “Update System Firmware”
  7. Press OK
  8. Windows and drivers will install from internet or from offline USB if no internet available and they have been preloaded during USB creation
  9. Restart Laptop when complete and make sure internet is connected upon boot and logon with user account that will be using the laptop at welcome to companyname screen
  10. Automatic device provisioning will finish and log in as user. Wait at least a couple hours for all configurations and applications not apply and bitlocker to turn on and encrypt the drive
  11. Validate the device is compliant on Intune dashboard:
a. Windows - Microsoft Intune admin center
Reference Documents:
About - OSDCloud.com
OSDCloud #1 – Basics – Ákos Bakos (akosbakos.ch)
About - OSDCloud.com
Configuration Files - OSDCloud.com
Create bootable USB w. Windows 11 incl. Autopilot JSON file – SIMSEN blog

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2023.06.09 16:14 Roxos No better day than today. Happy birthday Lisa!

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2023.06.09 16:14 Whole-Heat4573 We may be a pretty good tank army, here are our anti tank weapons

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2023.06.09 16:14 DiligentAd7536 Fighting Cheque bounce case since 2019. Need Help and Advice.

My father has been dealing with a cheque bounce case since 2019.State: Maharashtra. Palghar Court.
Here's what happened.
My father was working for a chemical company (startup), he was working there as an employee (initially he asked my father to be his co-founder, but we did not had the capital required to be or help him as a co-founder). My Father helped him set up the entire plant and he had taken a pay cut from the previous company. He was not paid for some months, and he was working with him for nearly 2 years. When asked for salary, he would make up some reasons and promise to pay later when the company made enough sales. At times my father invested some of his own money to keep the company running. They were basically friends.
My father at this point realized that this whole thing is going to shut down as the company was not in good shape, so he asked him to give him salary cheques ( 6 cheques of 1.5 Lakhs each) worth 9 Lakhs (saying he would not deposit the cheques immediately as this will give him the time to arrange money for the salary). As expected he did not arrange any money so my father deposited the cheques to file a case against him.My father filed cheque bounce cases of 4.5 L each against him. Now my father does not have any experience in fighting court cases and had no money to afford good lawyers as he was not paid properly for almost 2 years. So we hired whatever lawyer we can. I have no idea if he's been properly doing his job. There was also an arrest warrant issued and he was out on bail after that. He does not even attend these hearnings, but one of his friend/business partner does who also knows my father very well. He once made an offer of 2Lakhs to close the case which my father refused (he demanded more).
The judge just calls my father and the owner and just gives the next date for the court. ( I have no idea, how these hearings are done nor does my father). We are very much invested in this case now and my father has no idea how to procede further. My father says the judge has been changed so this may take even more time. We have also shifted our residence far away from the court where the case was filed, so every month he has to travel for 2-3 hours just to attend that hearing and get the next date.
Can you please help my father with this case? Should we hire a good lawyer ( and how much do they cost ? ). Is our lawyer not doing his job properly to milk more money ?> How much time do these cases usually take?
My father was even talking about giving the lawyer some part of the case money which we will receive if we win the case.
Any help would be appreciated.
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2023.06.09 16:14 kgreen71000 I’m so thankful for the Creative Program Beta

I’m so thankful for the Creative Program Beta
The Creativity Program Beta has been a game changer for my TikTok. I just started like three weeks ago and I’m already considering leaving my day job. Has anyone else had some success with this so far?
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2023.06.09 16:14 Routine-Art5939 Tried to see if going for piercing is any good

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2023.06.09 16:14 SalguodSoccer Seriously?

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2023.06.09 16:13 kirilale DataAnalyst.com - I launched a niche job board with hand curated data analyst jobs. Here's the summary of how it's going after the fifth month

Hi all,
on Dec 19th I launched DataAnalyst.com - this is the fifth (May) update of hopefully many more to come.
Want to make sure I document the journey, and keep myself honest, so each month I will be making a post about the statistics, progress, some thoughts and what are the next steps I want to be focusing on.
While the main purpose for the post is to bring everyone along on the journey, I do think that members of SideProject might benefit from the site, especially those looking to start their first online project.
If it's not something that belong here, have absolutely no issues to take the post down and / or keep the updates to a different subreddit.
So, just a reminder that early stages vision is to become the #1 job board for data analysts - hand-picking interesting data analyst job opportunities across industries.
Let's dive right in:  

Statistics update

- January February March April May
Number of jobs posted Total: 208 (US) Total: 212 (US) Total: 207 (US) Total: 153 (US) Total: 140 (US)
Paid posts 0 0 0 0 0
Visitors 795 3,267 3,003 4,892 5,203
Apply now clicks 634 2,354 2,898 4,051 4,476
Avg. session duration 3min 52sec 3min 53sec 3min 39sec 3min 44sec 3min 10sec
Pageviews 4100 16,300 15,449 26,291 28,755
Avg. time on page 1min 35sec 1min 46sec 1min 45sec 1min 39sec 1min 26sec
Returning visitors 17.7% 22.4% 23.9% 23.8% 22.2%
Google Impressions 503 5,500 9,430 28,300 45,900
Google Clicks 47 355 337 1,880 2,070
Newsletter subs (total) 205 416 600 918 1,239
Newsletter open rate (48hrs) 61% 67% 56% 56% 50%

1. General Observations

Stats

DataAnalyst.com has been online for just over 5 months and we've brought over 1,250 hand curated data analyst jobs onto the site - all of them including a salary range.
There's now 1,200+ people subscribed to the newsletter, and I can't thank you enough for your support and for joining us on the journey.
While in April the site grew to just over 5,000 monthly visitors across 26,000 pageviews, in May we've been able to cross the 5,000 visitors yet again, with over 28,000 pageviews - not only that, we registered approximately 4,500 data analyst applications being started from the site!
Additionally, I've also had multiple people reaching out, both in comment section of my previous updates, but also in DMs, sharing that they have found the site to be extremely useful in their job search, and that they were able to get interviews and onboard new roles through the site - I absolutely love this, and even if the venture doesn't end up being commercially successful, I'm super happy to hear that it has indeed helped people when needed.
Google impressions are over 50% up, albeit the amount of people clicking through to the site remained flat.
On the positive note - the site has finally ranking for all the major target keywords:
"data analyst jobs / data analyst job / data analyst / data analytics jobs"
Pumped about this, as having multiple channels is crucial to long term growth and protecting the site and traffic from algorithm updates.

Things that happened

a) Expired Listings - There's feedback regarding some of the jobs on the site already expiring and leading to non-existing listings. I am trying to come up with a solution where visitors would be able to upvote/downvote and thus highlighting status for everyone else. For now, I went through job listings and marked those roles no longer open as "Expired".
b) Product Hunt launch - Early last month I decided to share DataAnalyst on Product Hunt. The idea wasn't necessarily to try and rank up to the top, but mainly get the site out there, and gain a backlink from ProduntHunt that's going to help the site's authority. Overall the voting process is extremely cumbersome, but we did end up with 36 upvotes which was more than I expected.

Expecting a summer slump

With summer, there's typically very little hiring happening / it's extremely slow as people are taking well deserved time off. I'm expecting activity on the site to decrease, and my main goal for this period is getting together a plan of action to start reaching out to companies in Q4 and Q1, educate them about the site, the value proposition and hopefully get a few partnerships on the books.
What that will look like, I honestly have no idea, but experiment, iterate and go again.
Some of you may have noticed that I've also recently launched BusinessAnalyst.com - where I'm looking to replicate step by step what I've done over the last 5 months with DataAnalyst. The overall idea is to create a network of sites, benefiting from the same infastructure, serving and helping different career paths, and making a collaboration with organisations much more appealing (afterall, most companies who hire for data analysts also look for business analysts and vice versa). Arguably, this might not make much sense seeing that DA still hasn't brought any revenue in, but on the other hand, I can reuse the whole tech stack and structures already in place, halve my cost per project, while doubling the surface area to catch me some luck. Anyways, how this will work out is a case study for another time.

2. The Salary Guide

On a monthly basis, we've been utilising the data available to developing and sharing Market Insights - a deep dive into the data analyst job market, where we can have a look at the job openings and provide you all with insights on the latest hiring trends in the United States.
With these insights I'm trying to bring answers to questions such as: Which industries are hiring the most? Are we seeing any salary increases? And what about the remote working trend?
With that in mind, I'm excited to share that the first five months of insights were consolidated, and the Salary Guide has now been published.
The data analyst salary guide provides the overview of salaries in various industries - and now also shows a more detailed view on each industry page, with a deep dive into how much entry level, senior and lead data analysts can earn depending on their experience.
This is only based on job opportunities on the site, and no external data sources are utilised. The plan is to have it updated quarterly, with the next update in September.
For the US, we've also released the May edition of Market Insights, you can see the full report here.

3. "Day in the Life" - a series of interviews with data analysts sharing their experience, thoughts and advice.

The third interview from our series has been published. In these interviews, we aim to share stories and experiences about the route to becoming a data analyst, keeping up with the skillset, recommendations to aspiring data analysts and much more.
Tisha, who is a data analyst at Tesla, has shared some fantastic insights, and I'd love to highlight couple of my favourite quotes from the interview.
On what she loves about being a data analyst:
"For me, the most exciting aspect of being a data analyst is the opportunity to unlock meaningful insights from vast amounts of data. I enjoy the challenge of uncovering patterns, identifying trends, and translating complex data into actionable recommendations. The ability to make a tangible impact on business outcomes and help organizations drive growth is incredibly rewarding."
On her advice for those aspiring to enter the industry, she shares 6 points that everyone should focus on:
  1. Acquire a strong foundation in SQL. This is an essential tool for data analysis and manipulation.
  2. Familiarize yourself with data analytics tools like Tableau, Power BI, or Alteryx. Demonstrating proficiency in these tools can enhance your employability.
  3. Seek out internships, projects, or volunteer opportunities where you can gain hands-on experience with real-world datasets and analytical challenges.
  4. Continuously enhance your skills by staying updated with the latest trends and best practices in the field. Online courses, webinars, and industry conferences can be valuable resources.
  5. Showcase your skills and projects through a portfolio or personal website. This allows potential employers to see your capabilities and the impact you can make.
  6. Network with professionals in the data industry through events, online communities, and LinkedIn. Building connections can lead to valuable opportunities and mentorship.
We've also touched upon the Question of the Year: Is AI/Chat GPT a threat to data analysts?
Highly recommend reading the full interview.

Things in the pipeline

3 ways you could help

  1. Looking for a new challenge? Check out the website - I'm adding new jobs daily
  2. Looking to hire a data analyst to your team? Do you know anyone looking to hire? Shoot me a message on Reddit (or [email protected]) and I'll upgrade your first listing for free!
  3. As I mentioned, we have an ongoing "Day of a Data Analyst" series. For those of you who are open to do an email based interview about your data analyst career journey, please just send me a message and we'll organise something - would love to get you featured and share your experience with our readers!
If you have any questions, concerns, come across glitches - please just reach out, happy to chat.
Thank you all again, and see you in a month.
Alex
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2023.06.09 16:13 GrandMasterSlack2020 Sun-brighting a Commodore 64 Aldi. No additives used. 3 days of sun. Top: Before. Bottom: After.

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2023.06.09 16:13 RedneckHippy76 ???

???
I unstaked but it still says unavailable.
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2023.06.09 16:13 PeteTheKid Durgod Venus + Artic Keycaps - £43 total

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2023.06.09 16:13 Kirksplosion Weekend Gaming 6/9 - 6/11: The (Not Really) E3 Season Begins!

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2023.06.09 16:13 Strugglingcoder4 What do these populations mean ?

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2023.06.09 16:12 kirilale DataAnalyst.com - I launched a niche job board with hand curated data analyst jobs. Here's the summary of how it's going after the fifth month

Hi all,
on Dec 19th I launched DataAnalyst.com - this is the fifth (May) update of hopefully many more to come.
Want to make sure I document the journey, and keep myself honest, so each month I will be making a post about the statistics, progress, some thoughts and what are the next steps I want to be focusing on.
While the main purpose for the post is to bring everyone along on the journey, I do think that members of juststart might benefit from the site, especially those looking to start their first online project.
If it's not something that belong here, have absolutely no issues to take the post down and / or keep the updates to a different subreddit.
So, just a reminder that early stages vision is to become the #1 job board for data analysts - hand-picking interesting data analyst job opportunities across industries.
Let's dive right in:  

Statistics update

- January February March April May
Number of jobs posted Total: 208 (US) Total: 212 (US) Total: 207 (US) Total: 153 (US) Total: 140 (US)
Paid posts 0 0 0 0 0
Visitors 795 3,267 3,003 4,892 5,203
Apply now clicks 634 2,354 2,898 4,051 4,476
Avg. session duration 3min 52sec 3min 53sec 3min 39sec 3min 44sec 3min 10sec
Pageviews 4100 16,300 15,449 26,291 28,755
Avg. time on page 1min 35sec 1min 46sec 1min 45sec 1min 39sec 1min 26sec
Returning visitors 17.7% 22.4% 23.9% 23.8% 22.2%
Google Impressions 503 5,500 9,430 28,300 45,900
Google Clicks 47 355 337 1,880 2,070
Newsletter subs (total) 205 416 600 918 1,239
Newsletter open rate (48hrs) 61% 67% 56% 56% 50%

1. General Observations

Stats

DataAnalyst.com has been online for just over 5 months and we've brought over 1,250 hand curated data analyst jobs onto the site - all of them including a salary range.
There's now 1,200+ people subscribed to the newsletter, and I can't thank you enough for your support and for joining us on the journey.
While in April the site grew to just over 5,000 monthly visitors across 26,000 pageviews, in May we've been able to cross the 5,000 visitors yet again, with over 28,000 pageviews - not only that, we registered approximately 4,500 data analyst applications being started from the site!
Additionally, I've also had multiple people reaching out, both in comment section of my previous updates, but also in DMs, sharing that they have found the site to be extremely useful in their job search, and that they were able to get interviews and onboard new roles through the site - I absolutely love this, and even if the venture doesn't end up being commercially successful, I'm super happy to hear that it has indeed helped people when needed.
Google impressions are over 50% up, albeit the amount of people clicking through to the site remained flat.
On the positive note - the site has finally ranking for all the major target keywords:
"data analyst jobs / data analyst job / data analyst / data analytics jobs"
Pumped about this, as having multiple channels is crucial to long term growth and protecting the site and traffic from algorithm updates.

Things that happened

a) Expired Listings - There's feedback regarding some of the jobs on the site already expiring and leading to non-existing listings. I am trying to come up with a solution where visitors would be able to upvote/downvote and thus highlighting status for everyone else. For now, I went through job listings and marked those roles no longer open as "Expired".
b) Product Hunt launch - Early last month I decided to share DataAnalyst on Product Hunt. The idea wasn't necessarily to try and rank up to the top, but mainly get the site out there, and gain a backlink from ProduntHunt that's going to help the site's authority. Overall the voting process is extremely cumbersome, but we did end up with 36 upvotes which was more than I expected.

Expecting a summer slump

With summer, there's typically very little hiring happening / it's extremely slow as people are taking well deserved time off. I'm expecting activity on the site to decrease, and my main goal for this period is getting together a plan of action to start reaching out to companies in Q4 and Q1, educate them about the site, the value proposition and hopefully get a few partnerships on the books.
What that will look like, I honestly have no idea, but experiment, iterate and go again.
Some of you may have noticed that I've also recently launched BusinessAnalyst.com - where I'm looking to replicate step by step what I've done over the last 5 months with DataAnalyst. The overall idea is to create a network of sites, benefiting from the same infastructure, serving and helping different career paths, and making a collaboration with organisations much more appealing (afterall, most companies who hire for data analysts also look for business analysts and vice versa). Arguably, this might not make much sense seeing that DA still hasn't brought any revenue in, but on the other hand, I can reuse the whole tech stack and structures already in place, halve my cost per project, while doubling the surface area to catch me some luck. Anyways, how this will work out is a case study for another time.

2. The Salary Guide

On a monthly basis, we've been utilising the data available to developing and sharing Market Insights - a deep dive into the data analyst job market, where we can have a look at the job openings and provide you all with insights on the latest hiring trends in the United States.
With these insights I'm trying to bring answers to questions such as: Which industries are hiring the most? Are we seeing any salary increases? And what about the remote working trend?
With that in mind, I'm excited to share that the first five months of insights were consolidated, and the Salary Guide has now been published.
The data analyst salary guide provides the overview of salaries in various industries - and now also shows a more detailed view on each industry page, with a deep dive into how much entry level, senior and lead data analysts can earn depending on their experience.
This is only based on job opportunities on the site, and no external data sources are utilised. The plan is to have it updated quarterly, with the next update in September.
For the US, we've also released the May edition of Market Insights, you can see the full report here.

3. "Day in the Life" - a series of interviews with data analysts sharing their experience, thoughts and advice.

The third interview from our series has been published. In these interviews, we aim to share stories and experiences about the route to becoming a data analyst, keeping up with the skillset, recommendations to aspiring data analysts and much more.
Tisha, who is a data analyst at Tesla, has shared some fantastic insights, and I'd love to highlight couple of my favourite quotes from the interview.
On what she loves about being a data analyst:
"For me, the most exciting aspect of being a data analyst is the opportunity to unlock meaningful insights from vast amounts of data. I enjoy the challenge of uncovering patterns, identifying trends, and translating complex data into actionable recommendations. The ability to make a tangible impact on business outcomes and help organizations drive growth is incredibly rewarding."
On her advice for those aspiring to enter the industry, she shares 6 points that everyone should focus on:
  1. Acquire a strong foundation in SQL. This is an essential tool for data analysis and manipulation.
  2. Familiarize yourself with data analytics tools like Tableau, Power BI, or Alteryx. Demonstrating proficiency in these tools can enhance your employability.
  3. Seek out internships, projects, or volunteer opportunities where you can gain hands-on experience with real-world datasets and analytical challenges.
  4. Continuously enhance your skills by staying updated with the latest trends and best practices in the field. Online courses, webinars, and industry conferences can be valuable resources.
  5. Showcase your skills and projects through a portfolio or personal website. This allows potential employers to see your capabilities and the impact you can make.
  6. Network with professionals in the data industry through events, online communities, and LinkedIn. Building connections can lead to valuable opportunities and mentorship.
We've also touched upon the Question of the Year: Is AI/Chat GPT a threat to data analysts?
Highly recommend reading the full interview.

Things in the pipeline

3 ways you could help

  1. Looking for a new challenge? Check out the website - I'm adding new jobs daily
  2. Looking to hire a data analyst to your team? Do you know anyone looking to hire? Shoot me a message on Reddit (or [email protected]) and I'll upgrade your first listing for free!
  3. As I mentioned, we have an ongoing "Day of a Data Analyst" series. For those of you who are open to do an email based interview about your data analyst career journey, please just send me a message and we'll organise something - would love to get you featured and share your experience with our readers!
If you have any questions, concerns, come across glitches - please just reach out, happy to chat.
Thank you all again, and see you in a month.
Alex
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2023.06.09 16:12 plshelpme2009 What exactly does “baby shows interest in food” mean?

My LO is 4 months and 3 weeks old. Our pediatrician said he can start solids at his 4 month appointment without asking/checking if baby can sit with minimal support, control head/neck, being toys to his mouth, and shows interest in food.
I didn’t feel comfortable introducing solids at 4mos because he was barely sitting up with support and his head would wobble all over, but over the past 3 weeks he has started sitting better, bringing things to his mouth, and has steady neck and head support.
The one thing I’m unsure about is whether he’s showing “interest” in food. He watches us eat but when I bring food close to him he doesn’t open his mouth or react.
Should we wait until he’s more enthusiastic about food and reach for it? What does it mean for baby to actually be interested?
I’m a little conflicted about starting now vs. at 6 mos.
Would love to hear how people on this sub went about introducing solids. Thank you!
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