30 minutes of #DataCamp: Python Toolbox Part 1. I’m almost finished, and I found out about a PyTorch course via my #Udacity scholarship #Slack channel! I’ll take a look at the intro later- it could be just the thing to prepare me for the Scholarship challenge🤔
Error handling in Python this morning : 35 minutes. I’ll finish this course and make a decision to continue on this #DataCamp path or dive in specific courses. Matcha is my early morning companion today 🍵
It’s 07:05, and I’m done: 50 minutes of Lambda functions in Python with #DataCamp. No music this early, as the house is nice and quiet. Better let the cat back in!
Got up early, and got today’s session in before 7am. Busy days with the kids on summer holidays, so no early nights and mornings from hereon in. Working on Python functions for now with #DataCamp. I may move onto Machine Learning courses in a few weeks.
Having a computer make adjustments while I sleep is far safer than trying groggily to make decisions in the early hours — Read on http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/jul/20/diabetes-experience-i-built-my-own-pancreas The age of the #OpenSource human has dawned.
I’ve fallen behind on my coding. Progress has been slow, and I’ve a 6 projects due on my @Udacity nanodgree by August 15th! On a more positive note – I’ve passed all of my first 3 courses on my H.Dip in Data Analytics. 40 days to go…
Well, It’s been 10 days since my last update. I’ve finally finished my @Udacity Portfolio project, and work has been eventful to say the least. I’ll be back to coding tomorrow, all going well!
Whoot! Finished part 1, just have to code and submit my overdue project.
I finally submitted my end of semester project on Saturday night. Worked on Sunday (24 hour shift), and now I’m back to working on my FEND nanodegree 100%.
Back on the Bootstrap bus for my Web Application Development project due on Sunday. Once that’s done, it’s full steam ahead for my FEND Nanodegree and job hunt 🚀