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*This article includes the test-taking experience for the new at-home proctor mode. Except for the test-taking experience, the guide remains consistent for both the modes. You can still refer to this article in case you are reading this in the Post CoVid world ( oh how wonderful that must be!).

So you finally decide to do something with all the time you have! With more and more people taking the Google Certification exams, you can’t help but notice the hype and become a part of it. All you need now is a quick hack to get through the test. …


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Disclaimer: Before you read this, I would strongly recommend reading the TensorFlow Data for Dummies

TensorFlow is widely known for its scalability and efficiency. With TensorFlow 2.x automating the entire process of Graph nodes, creating Machine Learning Pipelines has been easier than ever.

But what if I told you there was a simpler approach. This approach is widely used in Google to develop their own sophisticated Machine Learning Models.

Before we jump into our first hands-on tutorial, a quick primer on the essential concepts you would need to thoroughly understand the working of Apache Beam.


Demystifying the TensorFlow Documentation for Tf.Data

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Disclaimer: Before you read on, this isn't exactly a ‘dummies’ course. You will need a basic understanding of Machine Learning(which you can pick up here) and the realization that the TensorFlow Documentation is unnecessarily complex( which you can realize here).

This is a tutorial for Tf.Data 2.0

Don't get me wrong! TensorFlow is a beautiful library. More often than not, Data Scientists turn towards it for most of their Modeling activities. The USP (Unique Selling Point) of this library is how it readily integrates with any Machine Learning Framework irrespective of the infrastructure. …


If you ever wondered what developers were using a liquid container for.

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If you haven't already, check out the first part here.

This is the second part of a three-part series to understanding the wonderful world of Flask. This part is purely intended at helping you create your very own blog(pst! it’s a foolproof guide to building your own project). Enough talk lets jump right in.

What’s a Blog?

This is what Google tells you: A blog is a discussion or informational website published on the World Wide Web consisting. . .(and a bunch of other words that sound the same)

Let me break it down for you.

A Blog is a publicly available journal. You put down your articles and it sorts them in the order they were published. Simple enough right? Well, the internet tends to complicate things with its interchangeable jargon. Nowadays, almost all blogs give you an option to comment or even like it. In a traditional sense, blogs weren’t meant to be this way. It is a way to assimilate large chunks of information in chronological order. This is exactly what we would be doing. With that said, our blog will have the capability to do all that and more. Lets quickly look at the architecture before getting our hands directly. …


If you ever wondered what developers were using a liquid container for. . .

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Who is this for?

If you ever wished to develop a web application using python but didnt know how, then this is exactly for you! If you ever wondered why developers are increasingly migrating to flask, then this is for you! If you are bored and want to learn something exciting, then this is definitely for you! I would recommend going through this python crash course to help you revise your concepts. But if you are a seasoned programmer, then read on.

What is Flask?

Before telling you what flask is, let me tell you what flask isn’t,:

  1. It isn’t a backend service.
  2. It doesn’t have batteries included(For new developers: Flask doesn’t do anything for you, but expects you to write code from scratch). …

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