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Read Pete Warden’s latest blog post, The Machine Learning Reproducibility Crisis, on how there’s no equivalent to source control or even agreed best-practices about how to archive a training process so that it can be successfully re-run in the future.

When was the last time you asked your Ops person to help you with some task? Maybe it was resetting a VM that wasn’t responding, checking the logs for the CI server, or perhaps creating a new account for the developer who joined the company this morning. Either way, according to Francesco Negri, Software Engineer at Buildohq, it’s important to Enable you Devs to do Ops.

Some of the world’s leading brands, such as Apple, Google, Samsung and GE, have rapidly adopted the Design Thinking approach, and Design Thinking is being taught at leading universities around the world, including d.school, Stanford, Harvard and MIT. But do you know what Design Thinking is? And why it’s so popular? Interaction Foundation Design's Rikke Dam and Teo Siang will cut to the chase and tell you What is Design Thinking and Why Is It So Popular?

Data science needs fast computation and transformation of data. Native NumPy objects in Python provides that advantage over regular programming objects. It works for as simple a task as reading numeric data set from a file on the disk. We demonstrate the advantage with few lines of code in Tirthajyoti Sarkar’s Why you should start using .npy file more often…

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Beat disruption with enterprise data architecture [Podcast]

 

Building an enterprise data platform is essential for any organization if they are to have the ability to better understand their customer, activate successfully with an omnichannel strategy, and be able to build new applications that add data value, not data debt

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The Five Phases To Transform IT In The Digital Age

 

Through interviews with end users and transformation consultancies, the Forrester team found that there are five phases to a transformation. Within each phase are traditional activities that still work plus new ones specific to a digital transformation.

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How Dialexa Takes Care of “Jobs to be Done” Innovation

 

Similar to when you hire a milkshake, you have to evaluate your options when looking to create disruptive change with innovative technology in your business.

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