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Upcoming events (5)

MLNerdie - Command Line for Data Scientists and ML Engineers - Part 2/4

In this event, we will cover the basic of shell, scripting, git version control and command line environment.. ==================== About this Event Our weekly Machine Learning Web-Based Study Group brings together anyone with an interest in Machine Learning to work on side projects. Ideally, this event is aimed at machine learning and data science enthusiasts who come from a non-traditional and non-CS background. This event is a part of a two-part series Part 1 & 2 - we will cover the basic of shell, scripting, git version control and command line environment.. In Part 3 & 4 - we'll cover data wrangling, debugging, metaprogramming, security and other topics.. In this event, we will cover the basic of shell, scripting, git version control and command line environment.. ==================== What to bring: • Your laptop and charger • Any books, pen/paper, whiteboards, or whatever you need to study • A strong cuppa tea/coffee :) • Your curiosity and your excitement for learning, teaching, and coding with new friends! ==================== Agenda: • 10 am - 10:10 am - Introductions • 10:10 am - 10: 40 am - Presentation: Command Line for ML Engineers and Data Scientists (Part 2) • 10:40 am - 10:45 am - Q&A ==================== Joining Info: Zoom Link: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/5855132996 Meeting ID:[masked] Password: 1UBF03 .......................................... To see the event in your own timezone, check here: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=MLNerdie+-+Command+Line+for+Data+Scientists+and+ML+Engineers+-+Part+2%2F4&iso=20200524T10&p1=137&am=45 To add the MLNerdie Event Calendar to your own Google Cal, click here: https://calendar.google.com/calendar/r?cid=bGRrMGRhN25lN2htNG40NDNwbzFiMTA0OW9AZ3JvdXAuY2FsZW5kYXIuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbQ.

MLNerdie - Create, Use, Share AI with SeeMe.ai

Online event

If an AI model is just a picture or a blog post, does it really exist? We believe it should be easy for anyone to: * create artificial intelligence models, * run them on any platform, * share them with the world for fun and profit. ==================== About this Event Our weekly Machine Learning Web-Based Study Group brings together anyone with an interest in Machine Learning to work on side projects. Ideally, this event is aimed at machine learning and data science enthusiasts who come from a non-traditional and non-CS background. ==================== What to bring: • Your laptop and charger • Any books, pen/paper, whiteboards, or whatever you need to study • A strong cuppa tea/coffee :) • Your curiosity and your excitement for learning, teaching, and coding with new friends! ==================== Agenda: • 9 am - 9:10 am - Introductions • 9:10 am - 9:45 am - Presentation: Create, use, share AI with SeeMe.ai • 9:45 am - 10:00 am - Q&A ==================== Joining Info: Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/73234517964?pwd=L01ZRUQ3dS8zbWQ3SW5iQmZKL0NaQT09 Meeting ID:[masked] Password: 1UBF03 ==================== Check it into your timezone - https://bit.ly/2AqQodt

MLNerdie - Command Line for Data Scientists and ML Engineers - Part 3/4

In this event, we will cover the basic of shell, scripting, git version control and command line environment.. ==================== About this Event Our weekly Machine Learning Web-Based Study Group brings together anyone with an interest in Machine Learning to work on side projects. Ideally, this event is aimed at machine learning and data science enthusiasts who come from a non-traditional and non-CS background. This event is a part of a two-part series Part 1 & 2 - we will cover the basic of shell, scripting, git version control and command line environment.. In Part 3 & 4 - we'll cover data wrangling, debugging, metaprogramming, security and other topics.. In this event, we will cover the basic of shell, scripting, git version control and command line environment.. ==================== What to bring: • Your laptop and charger • Any books, pen/paper, whiteboards, or whatever you need to study • A strong cuppa tea/coffee :) • Your curiosity and your excitement for learning, teaching, and coding with new friends! ==================== Agenda: • 10 am - 10:10 am - Introductions • 10:10 am - 10: 40 am - Presentation: Command Line for ML Engineers and Data Scientists (Part 3) • 10:40 am - 10:45 am - Q&A ==================== Joining Info: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/5855132996 Meeting ID:[masked] Password: 1UBF03 .......................................... To see the event in your own timezone, check https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=MLNerdie+-+Command+Line+for+Data+Scientists+and+ML+Engineers+-+Part+3%2F4&iso=20200607T10&p1=137&am=45 Help chat https://mlnerdie.slack.com/join/shared_invite/enQtMzg5NjI2MTI0ODIyLTA3N2JkM2ZjMzc4ZDBiMjVmYWMyNjVjNmQwZTlmZDg2NzBjZGVhYmQyMjAyMzJiYWNjYTNhMWQ4ZGZmZTgwMjY To add the MLNerdie Event Calendar to your own Google Cal, click here: https://calendar.google.com/calendar/r?cid=bGRrMGRhN25lN2htNG40NDNwbzFiMTA0OW9AZ3JvdXAuY2FsZW5kYXIuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbQ

MLNerdie - Command Line for Data Scientists and ML Engineers - Part 4/4

In this event, we will cover the basic of shell, scripting, git version control and command line environment.. ==================== About this Event Our weekly Machine Learning Web-Based Study Group brings together anyone with an interest in Machine Learning to work on side projects. Ideally, this event is aimed at machine learning and data science enthusiasts who come from a non-traditional and non-CS background. This event is a part of a two-part series Part 1 & 2 - we will cover the basic of shell, scripting, git version control and command line environment.. In Part 3 & 4 - we'll cover data wrangling, debugging, metaprogramming, security and other topics.. In this event, we will cover the basic of shell, scripting, git version control and command line environment.. ==================== What to bring: • Your laptop and charger • Any books, pen/paper, whiteboards, or whatever you need to study • A strong cuppa tea/coffee :) • Your curiosity and your excitement for learning, teaching, and coding with new friends! ==================== Agenda: • 10 am - 10:10 am - Introductions • 10:10 am - 10: 40 am - Presentation: Command Line for ML Engineers and Data Scientists (Part 4) • 10:40 am - 10:45 am - Q&A ==================== Joining Info: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/5855132996 Meeting ID:[masked] Password: 1UBF03 ==================== To see the event in your own timezone, check https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=MLNerdie+-+Command+Line+for+Data+scientists+and+ML+Engineers+-+Part+4%2F4&iso=20200621T10&p1=137&am=45 Help chat https://mlnerdie.slack.com/join/shared_invite/enQtMzg5NjI2MTI0ODIyLTA3N2JkM2ZjMzc4ZDBiMjVmYWMyNjVjNmQwZTlmZDg2NzBjZGVhYmQyMjAyMzJiYWNjYTNhMWQ4ZGZmZTgwMjY To add the MLNerdie Event Calendar to your own Google Cal, click here: https://calendar.google.com/calendar/r?cid=bGRrMGRhN25lN2htNG40NDNwbzFiMTA0OW9AZ3JvdXAuY2FsZW5kYXIuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbQ

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