Are file paths driving you crazy in your data science project repository?
Come read how you can use
pyprojroot and Python’s
to help make life a tad easier.
You’ll love this new tool in your toolkit!
Here's the motivation behind my latest essay explaining Markov models and their variants, as well as how to perform Bayesian inference on them.Read on... (331 words, approximately 2 minutes reading time)
During the COVID-19 outbreak period, you might find yourself with a good chunk of time to pick up Python. It's an incredibly productive language to learn! At the same time, the wealth of resources out there can be intimidating. Here's my opinionated list of resources in 2020 that could be handy for you. And if you have others, be sure to share!Read on... (1807 words, approximately 10 minutes reading time)
What can data scientists do during the COVID-19 outbreak? Many things, but the most important is probably encouraging local action to stop the spread of the virus. Our number crunching and communication skills can be put to good use locally here. That's one way we can help outside of the usual recommendations.
That, and don't sneeze at the grocery store!Read on... (769 words, approximately 4 minutes reading time)
Have you found your deep learning model's forward pass to be excruciatingly slow? Come read on to learn how we made a deep learning model 100X faster!Read on... (2336 words, approximately 12 minutes reading time)
Hugo Bowne-Anderson, a long-time collaborator and friend in the PyData community, asked in passing about whether I would write a blog post detailing how to set up Travis CI to continually publish my Markdown-sourced slides to the web. I gladly obliged, and I hope you find it useful!Read on... (1665 words, approximately 9 minutes reading time)
I went to Ann Arbor, MI, to give a talk on testing for data science, and I wanted to share a bit about what Ann Arbor, the PyData community in SE Michigan, and the food here was like.Read on... (763 words, approximately 4 minutes reading time)
In Massachusetts, how are cyclists supposed to use the road? I always had a few questions about my own knowledge, until I finally decided to re-check the rules of the road for cyclists and motorists. Turns out, I wasn’t wrong all this while.Read on... (535 words, approximately 3 minutes reading time)
Have you heard of FastAPI? I didn't until a recent project at work, and I finally got a chance to test-drive it. Come read on to learn more about why it's fast!Read on... (244 words, approximately 2 minutes reading time)
I have received questions from others on how to build a digital profile for career development. Everybody’s going to have a unique path, and what I think I can offer are observations on what I think have been helpful for myself and others who have enjoyed similar successes in getting started. My hope is that these pointers, which come from self-reflection over the past two years of work, help you.Read on... (873 words, approximately 5 minutes reading time)