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  • 1.  🎟 4. Are the Cloud Pak for Data guided tutorials effective?

    Posted 11 days ago
    Edited by Brett Witteck 11 days ago
    Currently, in Cloud Pak for Data as a Service, you are able to select from four possible tutorials to walk through. In these tutorials you can create projects where you can learn to enrich data assets and review data quality; protect your data by creating data protection rules; integrate your data by creating a data pipeline with DataStage; build and deploy a machine learning model; and watch videos that show how to configure a 360-degree view of your customers.
    🎟 Have you tried any of the guided tutorials for IBM's Cloud Pak for Data as a Service? If so, which have you done? What did you take away from it, and why? 
    🎟 If you have not taken one of the tutorials below, which would you like to know more about, and why?


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    Brett Witteck
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  • 2.  RE: 🎟 4. Are the Cloud Pak for Data guided tutorials effective?

    Posted 11 days ago
    I have found this tutorial effective as they step you through the complete AI Ladder process:
    https://developer.ibm.com/learningpaths/cloud-pak-for-data-learning-path/

    This one is also useful as it digs deep into data quality steps:
    https://developer.ibm.com/learningpaths/dataops-fundamentals/learn-to-discover-data-that-resides-in-your-data-sources/

    Would be nice to have something similar built into CP4D


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    Tom Kochie
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  • 3.  RE: 🎟 4. Are the Cloud Pak for Data guided tutorials effective?

    Posted 11 days ago
    Hey Tom! 

    These are great and look packed with information! I love the walkthrough that gives a learner an information overview, time expectations, and tools/prereqs to get them up and running. As we look at these different learning paths, have you felt the need to return to these to refresh your understanding, or do you think going through the learning path process once was enough?

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    Brett Witteck
    Design / User Experience Researcher
    IBM
    San Jose, CA
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  • 4.  RE: 🎟 4. Are the Cloud Pak for Data guided tutorials effective?

    Posted 11 days ago
    Hi Brett, I refer to these paths often as the complexities of implementing the AI ladder can be a bit daunting and hard to understand for beginner and novice users.

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    Tom Kochie
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  • 5.  RE: 🎟 4. Are the Cloud Pak for Data guided tutorials effective?

    InnerCircle
    Posted 11 days ago
    I have used the first three and I think they are very useful and helpful in understanding Cloud Pak for Data.

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    Lynn Cory
    Technical Solutions Architect
    Arrow
    Noblesville IN
    44049855522
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  • 6.  RE: 🎟 4. Are the Cloud Pak for Data guided tutorials effective?

    Posted 11 days ago
    Hey Lynn, that is great to hear! Anything, in particular, that was exceptionally useful or stuck out to you?

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    Brett Witteck
    Design / User Experience Researcher
    IBM
    San Jose, CA
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  • 7.  RE: 🎟 4. Are the Cloud Pak for Data guided tutorials effective?

    InnerCircle
    Posted 11 days ago
    I think it was just having them available and walking through doing something right away. It's useful to know the flow of data and tools and and what can be done. It helps with learning about the tools and the process to get something done. It's nice to have one that is more about the "organize", governing and managing data. So you can understand that separately from something like creating AI models or refining/transforming data. Once you get through all 3 of those tutorials, then you better understand everything. But having the three separate, you can learn each area better as kind of like a separate learning "module" so to speak.

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    Lynn Cory
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