Learn why process is important and how it can improve your work as a team. You can learn the balance between personal productivity and team productivity.
- [Narrator] Most of the time we work in teams.…Teams allow us to do work that individuals can't do alone.…And in good teams, the whole is much greater…than the sum of its parts.…However, working in teams usually means…we need to make some sacrifices.…This is not a new idea.…When I drive to get some groceries,…I don't stop the car in the middle of the road…closest to the shop.…What I do is find an empty parking space in the lot…and then go to the shop.…I sacrifice my personal comfort,…so that society as a whole can function better.…
There are many variants of development processes,…and almost every team is a bit unique in the way it works.…I'll try to show you some of the things I think…strike a good balance between helping the team…and personal productivity.…There's a quote that says,…"Too much process is like no process, only slower."…So in general, try to err on the light side of process.…
- Working with Jupyter notebooks
- Using code cells
- Extensions to the Python language
- Markdown cells
- Editing notebooks
- NumPy basics
- Broadcasting, array operations, and ufuncs
- Folium and Geo
- Machine learning with scikit-learn
- Plotting with matplotlib and bokeh
- Branching into Numba, Cython, deep learning, and NLP
Skill Level Intermediate
NumPy Data Science Essential Trainingwith Charles Kelly3h 54m Intermediate
1. Scientific Python Overview
2. The Jupyter Notebook
3. NumPy Basics
Manage environments5m 11s
6. Folium and Geo
7. NY Taxi Data
10. Other Packages
11. Development Process
Next steps1m 33s
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