Are you planning your New Year? Here are some great books to add to your personal or vocational learning. I am adding a few from this list to my AI learning for this year.
After careful consideration, we divided 4 axons of approaching the topic:
- Machine and Deep Learning fundamentals (for beginners).
- Framework-centered books: Pytorch, Tensorflow and Keras.
- MLOPs: cloud, production, and deep learning engineering.
- Deep learning theory.
You can choose the one that works best for you!
Whether you are new to Test Automation or a seasoned veteran, you need to check out Test Automation University, provided by Applitools. I have taken a few courses and continue to explore new content. The courses are really well done and by reputable folks from the Global Testing / Test Automation community.
A few names:
- Angie Jones
- Joe Colantonio
- Bas Dijkstra
- Tariq King
- Andrew Knight
- Jason Arbon
- and many more …
Here are a few of my favourite courses:
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