SparkDJ Is Out To Replace DJs with Data Science

When James Jones needed extra income to cover his tuition at Notre Dame University, the self-professed music junkie turned to his passion for the answer. “My college life consisted of two things,” he says, all joking aside: “I studied and made music…my best friends were my turntables and my weekends were spent on the clock.” As his name and repuation for sweet sounds began spreading around campus, things really started picking up for Jones. Eventually, the demand for his time had reached levels even he didn’t see coming. The problem then was Jones could naturally only be at one venue at a time, and he found himself tapped out at 3-4 live shows per weekend. “I was going from one show to the next to the next and still turning…


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