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Moving Local Experiments to the Cloud with Terraform Provider Iterative (TPI) and Docker
Tutorial for easily running experiments in the cloud with the help of Terraform Provider Iterative (TPI) and Docker.
  • Casper da Costa-Luis
  • May 24, 20223 min read
Moving Local Experiments to the Cloud with Terraform Provider Iterative (TPI)
Tutorial for easily moving a local ML experiment to a remote cloud machine with the help of Terraform Provider Iterative (TPI).
  • Maria Khalusova
  • May 12, 20227 min read
Easy Stuctural Refactors to Python Source Code
Simple, hassle-free, dependency-free, AST based source code refactoring toolkit.
  • Batuhan Taskaya
  • Sep 24, 20212 min read
(Tab) Complete Any Python Application in 1 Minute or Less
We've made a painless tab-completion script generator for Python applications! Find out how to take advantage of it in this blog post.
  • Casper da Costa-Luis
  • Jul 27, 20203 min read
June '20 Community Gems
A roundup of technical Q&A's from the DVC community. This month, we discuss migrating to DVC 1.0, the new pipeline format, and our Python API.
  • Elle O'Brien
  • Jun 29, 20204 min read
Packaging data and machine learning models for sharing
A virtual poster for SciPy 2020 about sharing versioned datasets and ML models with DVC.
  • Elle O'Brien
  • Jun 26, 20205 min read
DVC project ideas for Google Season of Docs 2019
DVC.org is applying for Google Season of Docs — a new and unique program sponsored by Google that pairs technical writers with open source projects to collaborate on the open source project documentation.
  • Svetlana Grinchenko
  • Apr 23, 20196 min read
Best practices of orchestrating Python and R code in ML projects
What is the best way to integrate R and Python languages in one data science project? What are the best practices?
  • Marija Ilić
  • Sep 26, 20176 min read
How Data Scientists Can Improve Their Productivity
Data science and machine learning are iterative processes. It is never possible to successfully complete a data science project in a single pass.
  • Dmitry Petrov
  • May 15, 20174 min read