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The course is organised into exercise (2/3 of the course) days and project days (1/3 of the course).

Exercise days start at 9:00 in the morning with an lecture (15-30 min) that will give some context about at least one of the topics of that day. Additionally, previous days exercises may shortly be touched upon. The remaining of the day will be spend on solving exercises either individually or in small groups. For some people the exercises may be fast to do and for others it will take the hole day. We will provide help throughout the day. We will try to answer questions on slack but help with be priorities to students physically on campus.

Project days are intended for project work and you are therefore responsible for making an agreement with your group when and where you are going to work. The first project days there will be a lecture at 9:00 with project information. Other project days we may also start the day with an external lecture, which we highly recommend that you participate in. During each project day we will have office hours where you can ask questions for the project.

Below is an overall timeplan for each day, including the presentation topic of the day and the frameworks that you will be using in the exercises.

Note

Current dates listed below are for January 2024 version of the course. The lectures and recordings are currently from January 2023 version of the course. Please note that for January 2024, the first week starts on a Tuesday and ends on a Saturday.

Recodings (link to drive folder with mp4 files):

Week 1

In the first week you will be introduced to a number of development practices for organizing and developing code, especially with a focus on making everything reproducible.

Date Day Presentation topic Frameworks Format
2/1 Tuesday Deep learning software📝 Terminal, Conda, IDE, Pytorch Exercises
3/1 Wednesday MLOps: what is it?📝 Git, CookieCutter, Pep8, DVC Exercises
4/1 Thursday Reproducibility📝 Docker, Hydra Exercises
5/1 Friday Debugging📝 Debugger, Profiler, Wandb, Lightning Exercises
6/1 Saturday Project work📝 - Projects

Week 2

The second week is about automatization and the cloud. Automatization will help use making sure that our code does not break when we make changes to it. The cloud will help us scale up our applications and we learn how to use different services to help develop a full machine learning pipeline.

Date Day Presentation topic Frameworks Format
8/1 Monday Continuous Integration📝 Pytest, Github actions, Pre-commit, CML Exercises
9/1 Tuesday The Cloud📝 GCP Engine, Bucket, Container registry, Vertex AI Exercises
10/1 Wednesday Deployment📝 FastAPI, Torchserve, GCP Functions, GCP Run Exercises
11/1 Thursday No lecture - Projects
12/1 Friday No lecture - Projects

Week 3

For the final week we look into advance topics such as monitoring and scaling of applications. Monitoring is especially important for the longivity for the applications that we develop, that we actually can deploy them either locally or in the cloud and that we have the tools to monitor how they behave over time. Scaling of applications is an important topic if we ever want our applications to be used by many people at the same time.

Date Day Presentation topic Frameworks Format
15/1 Monday Monitoring📝 Evidently AI, Prometheus, GCP Monitoring Exercises
16/1 Tuesday Scalable applications📝 Pytorch, Lightning Exercises
17/1 Wednesday - - Projects
18/1 Thursday - - Projects
19/1 Friday - - Exam