Kerry Halladay
Staff Reporter at Built In
Expertise: Tech journalism
Education: California State University, Chico

Kerry Halladay is a former Built In staff reporter covering data science, artificial intelligence and analytics. Prior to joining Built In, Halladay was managing editor at Western Livestock Journal. Halladay has also worked as a communications manager and coordinator for the Texas Water Resources Institute and Texas A&M AgriLife. Halladay has a bachelor of arts in philosophy, communication and media studies from California State University, Chico.

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A digital map of the US with California, Colorado and Virginia highlighted.
A breakdown of U.S. privacy laws already on the books, and the ones working their way through state legislatures.
A person receiving a spam call on their phone.
Spam or safe? Thanks to machine learning, your phone’s getting better at screening calls.
Outlines of the bear and bull that represent the financial sector overlayed financial data.
Navigating regulation, fraud risk and sensitive data.
Hands reaching out to play games developed with blockchain technology.
From arcade-style fighting to RPGs, these are the blockchain games to check out.
A pile of discarded tech with green overlays as the thin veil of greenwashing.
Greenwashing is easier than cleaning up your act. But sophisticated customers don’t buy it.
A door hidden in code revealing a hidden data job market.
Not all jobs are posted publicly. Here’s how to find them.
A data scientist with their hand on code as they guide their career along a technical track.
You don't have to let go of the hands-on work you love.
A group of data scientists gathered at a data science conference.
Whether you're looking to network or learn new skills, there’s something for everyone at these conferences.
A collage of monitors displaying different data visualization formats.
A chart can say more than a thousand words.
A code pipeline with a QA analyst's seal of approval.
It’s much more than just running tests.
Software architecture represented by a digital blueprint of a city skyline.
Don’t hamper developers with a system that’s impossible to adapt.
A stream of data flowing in to produce real time analytics.
Learn how these four companies did it.