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code-for-a-living June 6, 2021

Level Up: Linear Regression in Python – Part 3

In the third lesson of the series, we’ll implement our first linear regression model with multiple predictors (this is called “multiple linear regression”). As an example, we’ll use a simulated dataset to predict student quiz scores. In the process, we’ll again practice our graphing and Python skills. Here are some Stack Overflow questions related to…
code-for-a-living May 29, 2021

Level Up: Linear Regression in Python – Part 2

In the second lesson of the series, we’ll learn how to fit and interpret a simple linear regression with a categorical predictor. We’ll use a simulated dataset to predict the amount of time someone will spend on a website based on the browser they are using. We’ll also predict the rental prices of NYC apartments…
code-for-a-living May 22, 2021

Level Up: Linear Regression in Python – Part 1

Linear regression is a machine learning technique for modeling continuous outcomes. It is used for both prediction and data analysis in a variety of different fields. It is also the basis for a number of other machine learning models, including logistic regression and poisson regression. For anyone who is interested in learning more about data…
code-for-a-living May 19, 2021

Using Kubernetes to rethink your system architecture and ease technical debt

This is a story about trying to rethink complex systems: the challenges you face when you try to rebuild them, the burdens you face as they grow, and how inaction itself can cause it’s own problems. When you’re weighing the risk and reward of replacing architecture, it can take several attempts to find a solution that works for you.
code-for-a-living May 17, 2021

Incremental Static Regeneration: Building static sites a little at a time

There are a lot of opinions out there about how to improve and scale sites “beyond the Jamstack” by adding in features that use a Node server in addition to the pre-built pages. One of those features is called Incremental Static Regeneration. Some people call it “hybrid web development” (or “hybrid serverless + static”) but let’s talk a bit more about what that means.
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Principal Developer Experience Engineer at Netlify, Co-curator of The Overflow