A repository of miscellaneous AWS CLI commands I don’t use often enough to memorize.
I am in the top 10% of Bertelsmann Technology Scholarship Challenge graduates!
This means I earned a scholarship to the full-fledged Udacity Cloud DevOps Engineering Nanodegree program.
Google is hosting a month-long event for February 2020 called the Community Speedrun Challenge. It includes 4 week-long challenges (BigQuery Basics for Data Analysts, Kubernetes in the Google Cloud, Google Developer Essentials, Introduction to Cloud Run). And I’m on the leaderboard!!
Today I was one of approximately 2,400 world-wide applicants accepted into the Bertelsmann Technology Scholarship Challenge – Cloud DevOps Track program.
Interested in learning Machine Learning (with Python)? Start with Kaggle’s ultra-practical and straight-forward ‘Intro to Machine Learning’ tutorial. It only takes 3 hours.
I stepped up to the Storytelling with Data Challenge for July 2019: identify data that makes sense to plot in a radial view and visualize it.
I love great visualizations, but does that mean I should exclusively commit myself to the Art and Science of Viz? Is being a friendly connoisseur good enough?
Today I completed the Udacity Deep Learning Nanodegree (DLND) program. The program included submitting 5 projects for review, which is the best part because we get our hands dirty. AWS (Amazon Web Services) was introduced, and we got to use AWS SageMaker for free (with Education ‘credit’). All-in-all I feel like I’ve been introduced to … [Read More]
Today I completed the Udacity Data Analyst Nanodegree (DAND) program. As with other Udacity Nanodegree programs, I enjoyed doing the projects most of all. DAND includes 8 projects. My attention was diverted for a couple of months in the middle of DAND because of my acceptance to and participation in the Udacity/Facebook PyTorch challenge. But … [Read More]
Today I was chosen as one of only 300 out of 10,000 students in the PyTorch Scholarship Challenge to be awarded a scholarship. This means I will now be starting in the 3-month Udacity Deep Learning Nanodegree program. This, along with still working the Data Analyst Nanodegree (DAND) program, will be keeping me very busy!
Today I was one of 10,000 world-wide applicants accepted into the PyTorch Scholarship Challenge program. This means that for the next 2 months we are going to be learning PyTorch (machine learning) through Udacity, and collaborating with each other on projects and helping each other throughout the day. The collaboration portion is a wonderful opportunity … [Read More]
Today I completed the Udacity Data Foundations Nanodegree (DFND) program. The subject matter was a review for me, I completed the 3-month program in less than 10 days. I enjoyed doing the projects, any chance to play around with data is a fun time for me :->