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Five myths of MLOps

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Eight must-haves for MLOps success and when to use them

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Why an MLOps solution can accelerate your business in 2021

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Why you should pay off your technical debt for machine learning in 2021

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Bliki: RefinementCodeReview

When people think of code reviews, they usually think in terms of an explicit step in a development team’s workflow. These days the Pre-Integration Review, carried out on a Pull…

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Bliki: PullRequest

Pull Requests are a mechanism popularized by github, used to help facilitate merging of work, particularly in the context of open-source projects. A contributor works on their contribution in a…

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Distributed Systems Pattern: Idempotent Receiver

Clients send requests to servers but might not get a response. It’s impossible for clients to know if the response was lost or the server crashed before processing the request….

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Maximizing Developer Effectiveness: Organizational Effectiveness

Tim finishes his article by looking at how highly effective organizations design their engineering organization to optimize for effectiveness and feedback loops. He illustrates what this looks like by the…

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Why risk managers need to improve governance of AI in 2021

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ML trend: I&O leaders are the most common decision-makers in cross-functional ML initiatives

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