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Meet up

London Django

Tuesday, 8th January at CodeNode, London

This meetup was organised by London Django Meetup Group in January 2019

Join this months London Django meetup with talks giving a crash course in Kaggle and more! Don't miss out!

Getting Your Feet Wet with Kaggle

A Kaggle crash course aimed at beginners. The goal is to get familiar with the tools and workflows data scientists use. We will walk through one Kaggle competition from start to finish and along the way learn about Jupyter notebooks, Pandas and scikit-learn, and concepts of classification, regression, validation sets and Machine learning algorithms.

Jelena Jovanovic

A software engineer and a Machine Learning enthusiast!

Technologies That Will be Around in 21 Years Time

The tech industry is normally focussed on the new. But what isn’t changing around us? What things are worth learning because they’re unlikely to disappear any time soon? It turns out SQL, Python, and Django are likely to survive thanks to a mathematical observation...

Adam Johnson

Django contributor and maintainer of other open source packages, Adam has been working with Django since 2012.

Thanks to our sponsors

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Overview

Join this months London Django meetup with talks giving a crash course in Kaggle and more! Don't miss out!

Getting Your Feet Wet with Kaggle

A Kaggle crash course aimed at beginners. The goal is to get familiar with the tools and workflows data scientists use. We will walk through one Kaggle competition from start to finish and along the way learn about Jupyter notebooks, Pandas and scikit-learn, and concepts of classification, regression, validation sets and Machine learning algorithms.

Jelena Jovanovic

A software engineer and a Machine Learning enthusiast!

Technologies That Will be Around in 21 Years Time

The tech industry is normally focussed on the new. But what isn’t changing around us? What things are worth learning because they’re unlikely to disappear any time soon? It turns out SQL, Python, and Django are likely to survive thanks to a mathematical observation...

Adam Johnson

Django contributor and maintainer of other open source packages, Adam has been working with Django since 2012.

Thanks to our sponsors

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