I'm referring, of course, to Bayesian statistics. My statistical education is grounded firmly in frequentist inference, though we did cover some Bayesian topics in the advanced doctorate classes. I even gave one talk on empirical Bayes. However, in the last 8 or so years, all that knowledge (such as it was) was covered over.
No more. I've had as a goal to get my feet wet again, because I knew some time or another I would have to deal with it. Well, that some time or another is now, and it probably won't be another eight years after this time before I have to do it again. So off to a short course I go, and equipped with books by Gelman, et al. and Gamerman, I'll be a fully functional Bayesian imposter in no time. I'm looking forward to it.