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Best way to master tensorflow

  • 1.  Best way to master tensorflow

    Posted Thu August 13, 2020 12:34 PM
    Hi , 

    I have recently completed the deeplearning.ai by Andrew NG. I feel, I got enough theoretical knowledge on the subject. While doing the course I got a chance to work with tensor flow. But that was small portion of the course.

    Can anyone suggest what is the best way to master flow ? Is there any opensource projects I can contribute or any best courses that only focuses  on tensorflow, keras and pytorch.  Currently registered for a free course in udacity and learning that "introduction to tensor flow".

    your guidance would highly appreciated. 

    Regards,
    Murali.

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    Murali krishnan Sampath
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  • 2.  RE: Best way to master tensorflow

    Posted Fri August 14, 2020 10:26 AM
    Best course on Tensorflow is Laurence Moroney's tensorflow certificate course on Coursera.

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    Prantik Deb
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  • 3.  RE: Best way to master tensorflow

    Posted Fri August 14, 2020 05:23 PM
    Hi Prantik, 

    Thank you for the inputs, I will check the course.

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    Murali krishnan Sampath
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  • 4.  RE: Best way to master tensorflow

    Posted Fri August 14, 2020 01:08 PM

    Hey there, 

    While I don't know of any particular open source projects that would be good to jump on in particular, I do know of a few different resources that can help out in that area. Firstly, I would recommend the Tensorflow developer's youtube channel (and obviously the TF site and documentation). They post series and videos of learning TF 2.0 and other how-to/advanced uses of it, as far as general ways to enhance your knowledge and learn about things, it's a good starting point. I'd also recommend the book, Hands-On Machine Learning with Sci-kit Learn, Keras, and Tensorflow as well (2nd edition has been updated to tf2.0 w/ lots of good examples and starting points (aimed at a more beginner level but even advanced users could probably pull a few tricks out here and there). Hopefully these are some adequate starting points into the world of Tensorflow.

    Best of luck on your journey,

    Chris



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    Chris Bilke
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  • 5.  RE: Best way to master tensorflow

    Posted Sun August 16, 2020 01:26 AM
    Hi Murali

    I recommend you to got through Udemy courses as well as coursera. Please check out all courses from beginning to advance level and follow them together. 

    Good luck

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    Samira Gholizadeh
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  • 6.  RE: Best way to master tensorflow

    Posted Mon September 14, 2020 01:51 PM
    Introduction to TensorFlow course by Google on coursera can be a good course for hands on practice. You can also see a list of best TensorFlow courses here

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    Prateek Pareek
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