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Back to Teaching

Back to teaching. For a few years we’ve been running a data science intensive at for a really neat FAAMG company. The idea is to give engineers some hands on live workbook time using methods varying from linear regression, xgboost, to deep neural networks. Learning how participants progress and internalize […]

My opinion on “5” == 5

Every programmer should have an opinion on what the outcomes of the expressions like “5” == 5 should be, and perhaps even a guess as to what the answer is in their most familiar programming language. In my opinion SQL gets it right. For example, we get the following in […]

Upcoming Talk on Probability Models

Nina Zumel and John Mount will be speaking at the online University of San Francisco Seminar Series in Data Science! How and why to use probability models to outperform decision rules Friday April 30, 2021 12:30pm – 2pm Pacific Time See here for full details and to RSVP In this […]