Qri is ultimately about collaborating on datasets, and the command line is a great place to start as it shows off a lot of what qri can do:
Unpopular view: Data scientists should be more end-to-end.
While this is frowned upon (too generalist!), I've seen it lead to more context, faster iteration, greater innovation—more value, faster.
More details and Stitch Fix & Netflix's experience 👇
@firstname.lastname@example.org or at least, hello on Mastodon!
Simplicity is not simple. The Danger of "Simplicity", by @email@example.com.
In particular, the use of Bootstrap 4 cards is amazeballz!
It’s a new year, and I decided to refresh my personal website! Starting with a dark theme: https://ericmjl.github.io/
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Trying to follow Jesus. Some kind of data person at the Scientific Data Analysis in NIBR. Toots are my own views, not my employer’s.
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