Caroline Chavier – 10 Things I Learned Building the Paris WiMLDS Meetup

Post written by Caroline Chavier. Read the exciting story of Paris WiMLDS group growth here.

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Lauren Oldja – Open Source Sprint

Post written by Lauren Oldja The blog post can be found here.

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Parul Pandey – VOICE (Amazon Alexa)

Post written by Parul Pandey: VOICE has been publicized as one of the largest voice tech conference focusing on technologies using natural language processing. It was organized as a three-day conference from July 24th through July 26th and was held in the Wellness and Events Center on the New Jersey Institute

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Marina Piller – VOICE (Amazon Alexa)

Post written by Marina Piller, who attended the first Voice conference, which was sponsored by Amazon Alexa.   The blog post is entitled VOICE has arrived

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Lindsay Richman – PlotCon 2018 Boston

Post written by Lindsay Richman: Earlier this month, I headed to Boston for a reprise of Dash, a framework for creating webapps in pure Python. I’m a huge fan of their interactive graphing library, Plotly, which I’ve been using intensively at work. The Plotly team has been working hard to

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Muthoni Wanyoike – We’re the 2018 Nairobi ambassadors of the Stanford Women in Data Science Conference !

Post written by Muthoni Wanyoike: The blog post can be found here.

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Muthoni Wanyoike – 12 meetups later, here’s 10 invaluable lessons we’ve learned on building a tech community.

Post written by Muthoni Wanyoike: The blog post can be found here: here.

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Muthoni Wanyoike – Halftime: Nairobi Women in Machine Learning and Data Science.

Post written by Muthoni Wanyoike: The blog post can be found here: here.

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Lindsay Richman – PlotCon 2017

Post written by Lindsay Richman: I was thrilled to attend the Dash Masterclass workshop at PlotCon on November 18th-19th, with the support of WiMLDS. Dash, created by the founders of Plotly, is a framework that allows one to create beautiful, interactive data visualizations in pure Python. It greatly reduces the

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Lindsay Richman – JupyterCon 2017

Post written by Lindsay Richman: Thanks to the generous support of Women in Machine Learning and Data Science, I had the pleasure of attending JupyterCon 2017. This insightful, well-run conference was held in New York City, and coordinated by O’Reilly Media. Major tech companies such as Amazon, Microsoft, and IBM

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