26-28 November, 2019, Vilnius

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Mark Keinhoerster

codecentric AG, Germany

Tim Sabsch

codecentric AG, Germany

Mark Keinhoerster

Mark Keinhorster is a software engineer and passionate snowboarder who likes to code in Scala and Python. Feeling at home in the Big-Data zoo and interested in all topics regarding Data-Science, Machine-Learning and DevOps.

Tim Sabsch

Tim is working as a data scientist at codecentric in Muenster. His focus lies in the interpretability of complex machine learning models. Together with Mark Keinhoerster he will speak about the development process with DVC.

Talk

Practical Data Science - How to Track Your Development Process with DVC

Datacentric applications utilising machine learning models have evolved into common solutions. Many projects however still suffer from a lack of good patterns and practices, when developing such powerful technologies.

Digging down into the nitty-gritty details, we explain how you can use DVC to version all parts of your projects: From the dataset, over gluecode up to the model itself. But wait, there’s more! We show you code that covers the full development cycle, including experiments and reproducability, as well as release and deployment of your model to machines in the wild.

Session Keywords

DVC
TensorFlow
Keras