Microsoft Research Open Data is a search engine for free datasets available from Microsoft Research. The datasets are primarily aimed at Natural Language Processing (NLP) and computer vision. Take a look if you are in need of a dataset for your next project.
An interview with John Byrnes. Where has SQL taken his career? What does the SQLSaturday community mean to him? Why should someone attend a SQLSaturday event?
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A number of new impactful open source projects have been released in 2019. Here is a small list.
Nuts about Data, is a fun introductory book about the data science process. Meor Amer tells a witty story about squirrels, mining for nuts, teamwork, and survival.
The competition site Kaggle has recently released some micro-courses aimed at helping people to quickly learn the skills of data science. It is called Kaggle Learn, Faster Data Science Education. It includes courses on: PythonDeep LearningSQLand more Check them out to quickly get up to speed. Happy Learning.
A new online conference focused on cloud data technologies is coming fall 2019. The focus of the event is data in the cloud (migrating, storing and machine learning)
Online courses are a great way to share knowledge with others; that is why I have decided to launch a few courses. The first course is Intro to Azure ML Studio - Regression.
Looking for a few academic data science papers to study? Here are a few I have found interesting. The are not all from the past 12 months, but I am including them anyhow. Cloud Programming Simplified: A Berkeley View on Serverless Computing (2019) - Serverless computing is very popular nowadays and this article covers some … Continue reading Data Science Papers – Summer 2019 edition
Avrim Blum, John Hopcroft, and Ravindran Kannan wrote the book, Foundations of Data Science (PDF download). It is free and available for download