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Abid

03/29/2022, 6:58 AM
At the end of last year, I was quite motivated to learn everything about MLOps, and my end goal was to build an end-to-end machine learning system. Just like other curious heads, I signed up for the MLOps event by Noah Gift. He was promoting his book and tutorial on Coursera. I was just surprised by how I never learned command-line tools and how they are essential for automation. During the Q&A session, I told him about my obsession, and he guided me to take his mini-course on DataCamp: Command Line Automation in Python. This course gave me a new perspective about data pipelines, editing data, creating scripts, and how a single line of code on a terminal can produce the same results as 15 lines of code on Python. So, I kept looking for the best material on the command line, and then I found Data Science at the Command Line by Jeroen Janssens. Read my blog to know learn about the special features of the book: https://www.kdnuggets.com/2022/03/data-science-command-line-free-ebook.html
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Rick Lamers

03/29/2022, 9:03 AM
Jeroen is great! He's a fellow Dutchie, I spoke to him a couple of times. The book is also available free of charge: https://datascienceatthecommandline.com/2e/ This movement to use the command line in data processing where it’s relevant is one of the reasons why we have first class support for
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Abid

03/29/2022, 12:35 PM
True. The online version of book is simply amazing. The author have created his own library to assist data analytics tasks
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Rick Lamers

03/29/2022, 2:29 PM
The author have created his own library
Oh which one? I missed that