Dec 01, 2020
Most of the time, as data scientists or developers, we speak about our successes. Today, I would like to deal with the mistakes I've done in my career. Sometimes mistakes can be a valuable share. I've chosen four ones.
Nov 26, 2020
Machine learning in real life is hard. Finding your way into all the methods and tools is not easy. Here you will find some resources that inspired me recently to do unit tests for data and productionalize models.
Nov 24, 2020
Unit tests for data? Strange concept maybe. This is why I really wanted to make a video to quickly present that to you.
I realise there are many things to improve in this first video. I’ll improve that over time.
Thank you for reading. Feel free to contact me on Twitter if you want to discuss that.
Nov 12, 2020
Machine learning in real life is hard. Finding your way into all the methods and tools is not easy. Here you will find some resources that me recently to do data versioning, tests or data drift detection.
Nov 09, 2020
Have you ever struggled to explain why automated tests are important (or why refactoring should be a natural step when developing, or anything like that) to very reluctant and dogmatic but influential people such as well-established but very old school architects for instance?
Nov 02, 2020
If human relationships are more important than technical methods and tools in our jobs, can I learn something from a book like *How to win friends and influence people*? This one was published in 1936 and written by Dale Carnegie. It is a self-help book.
Oct 26, 2020
In some interviews, some people enjoy asking what was your best failure in your career? I used to hate this question. Failure is just failure, something that should not arrive at any cost. After some readings, I've changed my mind.
Oct 18, 2020
Pomodoro might be an overrated technique. And yet, I can't help thinking it might be a good idea to talk about that. I would like to share my point of view and the way I work with this method. Let's go.