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Hi, I wanted to jump into Machine Learning.
I first tried brain.js, but its capabilities are very limited and it abstracts most concepts of ML away. I've tried TensorFlow, but it's very hard for me to understand the concepts.
Now, I thought about trying NumPy or scikit-learn, but I don't really know much about ML, but still want to use 100% Power of ML.
What do you recommend me to use as a beginner in ML?
Also do you know any good tutorials which explain how ML works and how to implement it in a given framework (ideal in german)?
Thanks for your attention & help :D
Should I continue learning Django or take this Spring opportunity? I have been coding in python for about 2 years. I am currently learning Django and I am enjoying it. I also have some knowledge of data science libraries (Pandas, NumPy, scikit-learn, PyTorch). I am currently enhancing my web development and software engineering skills and may shift later into data science since I came from a medical background. The issue is that I am offered now a very trustworthy 9 months program teaching Java/Spring. The graduates of this program work directly in well know tech companies. Although I have been planning to continue with my Python, the other opportunity makes me hesitant since it will put me to work in a specific roadmap with deadlines and mentors. I also found on glassdoor that Spring jobs are way more than Django. Should I apply for this program or continue my journey?