Are you a machine learning practitioner struggling with designing, reasoning, and communicating about (larger) ML systems? Then this session is for you!
In this No-Code Breakfast, you will gain a thorough understanding of the technical intricacies of designing valuable, reliable and scalable ML systems. The session enables you to identify trade-offs and bottlenecks in a system. Plus, you'll learn how to effectively communicate and collaborate with other people and departments. There will be a mix of theory and practice. As we will share common methodologies and frameworks and apply them straight away to a real business case.
Get ready to develop your skills and knowledge in this exciting field!
What you’ll be able to do after the session
- Evaluate technical bottlenecks and trade-offs in design proposals
- Communicate designs by writing proposals following the Software Design Doc template.
- Illustrate your designs and provide context by creating hierarchical architecture diagrams.
- Importance of system design in ML
- Design Docs
- Requirements Engineering
- System diagramming
- Tuesday, June 6th
- 8:30 – 10:30 CET (doors open, breakfast is served, from 8 AM onwards)
- Xebia Data office, Wibautstraat 202, Amsterdam
Roy van Santen, Machine Learning Engineer
He is a pragmatic engineer interested in the latest technologies that will always choose the tool that best suits the job. He has a passion for building high-quality and highly maintainable software systems. To achieve this, he puts great effort into CI/CD, layered testing, monitoring/alerting, and special attention to documentation. He takes an agile and incremental approach to software. He goes by the motto: "If your model is not running in production, it does not exist". It is better to put a model in production that delivers some value than have none at all.
Jetze Schuurmans, Machine Learning Engineer
He is a Machine Learning Engineer with a focus on MLOps. He has a strong research background and actively dedicates his time to speaking at conferences and sharing knowledge open source in his spare time.
We can't wait to see you there!