Machine Learning Engineering in Action
Ferrying a machine learning project from your data science team to your end users is no easy task. Machine Learning Engineering in Action will help you make it simple. Inside, you'll find fantastic advice from veteran industry expert Ben Wilson, Principal Resident Solutions Architect at Databricks.
Ben introduces his personal toolbox of techniques for building deployable and maintainable production machine learning systems. You'll learn the importance of Agile methodologies for fast prototyping and conferring with stakeholders, while developing a new appreciation for the importance of planning. Adopting well-established software development standards will help you deliver better code management, and make it easier to test, scale, and even reuse your machine learning code. Every method is explained in a friendly, peer-to-peer style and illustrated with production-ready source code.
Deliver maximum performance from your models and data. This collection of reproducible techniques will help you build stable data pipelines, efficient application workflows, and maintainable models every time. Based on decades of good software engineering practice, machine learning engineering ensures your ML systems are resilient, adaptable, and perform in production.
Machine Learning Engineering in Action teaches you core principles and practices for designing, building, and delivering successful machine learning projects. You'll discover software engineering techniques like conducting experiments on your prototypes and implementing modular design that result in resilient architectures and consistent cross-team communication. Based on the author's extensive experience, every method in this book has been used to solve real-world projects.
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