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General Open Question.... I'M Wondering If People Can Share Learning Experience With Clearml. Ie. When You Were Going Down This Path, What Was Easy/Hard, What Did (Not) Work, Did Expectations Measure Up To Reality?

General open question.... I'm wondering if people can share learning experience with ClearML. ie. when you were going down this path, what was easy/hard, what did (not) work, did expectations measure up to reality?

Posted 2 years ago
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Evening Geoffrey, sorry for getting to this later in the day, I have been rather swamped today. All good though, all good.

What you raise is a good question. A very good question.

One of things that we have been thinking of around these parts is doing deep dives and interviews with users on how they came to ClearML, what setup they are using, key technologies and languages. In short, a sort of interview which will lead to a recipe book in the spirit of cooking (I would say CookBook but I think tech people associate this with O'Reilly, when I actually mean a cook book style 🙂

I know I have talked to a couple of people in the channel, whom we have to follow up with, but if anyone else would like to stumble through this learning process with Me or Amir, please scream 🙂

Posted 2 years ago

I also want to stress that these don't need to be happy-path interviews/results, although those are infinitely nicer to do 🙂 So I hear you with also noting what does not work as much as what did 👍

Posted 2 years ago

We're at the start of our journey with ClearML, so I asked the question to benefit from the knowledge of others who have already gone down this road. Having done a number of these kinds of things before, I know that there's always "We wanted X to do Y, but we couldn't get the integration with Z working" kinds of things (ie. almost all of my AWS journeys have several of these anecdotes). Hence, I'm happy to hear from the community what their journeys have been like so far.

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