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Livestream: Learning Version Control for Machine Learning and AI with Datmo
November 30, 2017 @ 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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Datmo is a new workflow tool for quantitative developers that helps manage complete model version control. Datmo Snapshots are the commits for quantitative devs, tracking not just code, but environments, configurations, data, and performance scores as well.
Attendees can expect to learn how to seamlessly integrate Datmo’s CLI into your current workflow, and will see how its’ powerful features can enable you to easily go from local experimentation to production deployment in just a few lines of code.
By the end of the workshop, all participants will have cloned an example model from the platform, made their own revisions, and pushed these changes to their new personal Datmo Model. Closing points will involve how to incorporate A/B performance testing, model deployment, and model reproducibility.
What to Know and Bring
Computer (Mac (OSX 10.11 or newer) or Linux (14.04 or newer) recommended)
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