πŸ–₯️ Tech

I’m constantly looking for the ideal tech tools for my work because I’m a college student. This page contains a list of my favorites that is always relevant.

✏️ How-to Guides (Tech)

Beginner's Guide: Setting Up Your Computer for Data Science with VS Code, Miniconda, Jupyter Notebooks, Notion & YouTube ChannelsπŸ“šπŸ’»πŸ“Š
Top 7 Everyday carry tech for College Students

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πŸ“š Books I've read that helped improve my grades

Data Science for Business is a book written by Foster Provost and Tom Fawcett that introduces the principles of data science and how they can be applied to solve business problems. The book is aimed at professionals who are new to data science and want to learn how to apply data-driven approaches to their work.
The Third Door is a book written by Alex Banayan that tells the story of his journey to interview some of the world’s most successful people and uncover the secrets to their success. The book explores the idea that success is often achieved through a combination of hard work, persistence, and creativity, and it encourages readers to be willing to take risks and pursue their dreams.
Atomic Habits is a book written by James Clear that focuses on the concept of building good habits and breaking bad ones. The book discusses the importance of small, incremental changes in behavior, and how they can lead to significant improvements over time.