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Tips/ resources on learning more in depth MLOps?

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Software Engineering Intern at Taro Communitya month ago

I have some experience in MLOps and was recently contacted by a recruiter from NYT. Reading the job description I had some skills, and the others I never even used before. I really want this opportunity, but want to put my best foot forward. Is there any advice on what I can use to prep on this and really do my best?

So far i discovered this repo https://github.com/visenger/awesome-mlops?tab=readme-ov-file and started to read through it. I'm also open to connecting and having sessions with any engineer with this experience.

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    Tech Lead @ Robinhood, Meta, Course Hero
    a month ago

    I don't know too much about MLE day-to-day, let alone MLOps, but my general advice when picking up a new domain is to get into building as quickly as you can. You can only learn so much reading books, taking online courses, and staying within the theory/abstract. I did a quick Google search and found this: 10 MLOps Projects Ideas for Beginners to Practice in 2024

    Here's our playlist about side projects too: [Taro Top 10] Building Impressive Side Projects

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    Tech Lead/Manager at Meta, Pinterest, Kosei
    a month ago

    For some job functions, it's less about the specific skills and more about your familiarity with the field and recent changes.

    I think this is true to some extent for MLOps -- the field is so new and rapidly evolving. Having something smart to say, or having an opinion, is really impressive for a new grad. So I would:

    • research what innovative work other companies
    • what are the various approaches to MLOps, and what are their pros/cons

    Also, looks like you're a student. That's a superpower when it comes to networking! People like to help the next generation, and you should play the "I'm a young, impressionable student card" to your advantage.