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Principled Git-based Workflow in Collaborative Data Science Projects

written by Eric J. Ma on 2019-11-09 | tags: data science git workflow

A short synopsis of a recent essay I wrote, on how to use GitFlow in data science projects.

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Reimplementing and Testing Deep Learning Models

written by Eric J. Ma on 2019-10-31 | tags: data science deep learning testing pair programming code review

I share my thoughts on why re-implementing deep learning models from scratch can be a very valuable activity.

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Code review in data science

written by Eric J. Ma on 2019-10-30 | tags: essays data science workflow good practices

My thoughts on how to do code review in data science projects effectively.

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“AI will not solve medicine”

written by Eric J. Ma on 2019-10-29 | tags: data science drug development artificial intelligence medicine

A mini-rant on why I think hyped-up "AI" has a very long way to go, and that medicine is much too complex for us to solve at one shot.

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Caching Long-Running Function Results

written by Eric J. Ma on 2019-10-18 | tags: python tips optimization packages

cachier, a really nifty tool for caching function results, is really useful and easy-to-use! Come read why.

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Jupyter Server with HTTPS on Personal Server

written by Eric J. Ma on 2019-10-05 | tags: jupyter dataops devops data science

Some notes on how to serve up an HTTPS-enabled Jupyter server.

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Multiple Coin-Flips vs. One Coin Flip Generalized?

written by Eric J. Ma on 2019-10-05 | tags: teaching bayesian statistics

Do we use multiple examples to highlight the same point, or do we take one example and layer on complexity? It all depends.

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Dokku: Building an internal Heroku at work

written by Eric J. Ma on 2019-09-07 | tags: data apps data science devops deployment

Some of the benefits of using Dokku as a PaaS solution for data scientists. It's free, open source, and when paired with the right tools, enables data scientists to focus on making their data app prototypes.

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How to be a great code sprinter

written by Eric J. Ma on 2019-07-29 | tags: software development sprint code sprint open source community community development

Post-PyCon, I detail some of my thoughts on how one can productively participate in a code sprint as a participant.

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PyViz Panel Apps

written by Eric J. Ma on 2019-07-26 | tags: data science data products app deployment

The key things I learned building my first Panel app: prototype in the notebook, use .servable() on the thing to serve up, test locally, and use Heroku!

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