Almost to Friday for a short video of results... Thursday - Day 4 Prototype flow decision Tuesday - Day 2 Flow map and scope the "target"

Monday - Day 1: https://confluence.suse.com/display/AAI/HackWeek19 (there's a DEMO already)

What this project is about?

Data Scientist ofter starts working on their laptop before moving into company resources. As in many other cases they have to solve many challenges by themselves before actually start working on "their stuff". The idea is to build a prototype we will eventually try to evolve in a product that answers the following pre-requisites:

  • Rapid Time to work: I, as Data Scientist or Data Engineer, need to install the playground quickly and be ready to work
  • Everything at the right place: I as Data Scientist or Data Engineer want an easy way to find things and use them
  • No time to waste: I as Data Scientist or Data Engineer want to be able to replicate the model synchronizing it with another infrastructure through a "click and done" model
  • No complexity rule: I as Data Scientist or Data Engineer want to avoid waste time in complex configurations or debug things. Complexity needs to hided to me

Project Team requirements

Because this is a first attempt to prototype I have to ask for some "not official" rules to be applied:

  • Max 7/9 people in the team with a max of 3 Engineers
  • If you apply you have to make yourself available from 10 am to 5 pm CET (if you're on a different time zone you have to consider we'll have a lot of team discussion so could be challenging)
  • This is a 5 days sprint approach where everyone needs to be open, collaborative, bold, creative.

FAQ

  • I'm not an engineer or an expert: Great this project require (possibly) at least 1 person from marketing, sales-engineering, services, support
  • Am I required to code?: No, but you're required to share your ideas and views, while the end goal is to build a prototype (that's why we need a couple of engineers) the scope is to have something to show and demonstrate we may build something useful for the Data Scientist community
  • Woah this seems to be a super serious project: Nah it's a fun experiment to learn how much we may push our limit through rapid prototyping and "be different"
  • So how do I signup?: easy just join the team here on hackweek and/or contact me alessandro.festa@suse.com for further details.

Looking for hackers with the skills:

ai artificial-intelligence machinelearning prototype agile projectmanagement innovation

This project is part of:

Hack Week 19

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    • hennevogel
      27 days ago by hennevogel | Reply

      Can you explain what kind of output you would expect? Like an application? A set of packages? Some IaC description?

      • afesta
        27 days ago by afesta | Reply

        This is something we have to decide during the hack week, usually a prototype based on a target of the challenge decided by the team. If this will be simple artifacts made of a sum of existing items, an application or a set of packages has to be decided. The scope is to foster innovation under a very fast cycle (5 days) and get a result that allows us to learn if: is doable, what we need to address to make it a real product and how long could take. Don't expect huge development or impossible challenges, this is about pure innovation and ideas.. and build a way to demonstrate our idea.

    • afesta
      27 days ago by afesta | Reply

      This is something we have to decide during the hack week, usually a prototype based on a target of the challenge decided by the team. If this will be simple artifacts made of a sum of existing items, an application or a set of packages has to be decided. The scope is to foster innovation under a very fast cycle (5 days) and get a result that allows us to learn if: is doable, what we need to address to make it a real product and how long could take. Don't expect huge development or impossible challenges, this is about pure innovation and ideas.. and build a way to demonstrate our idea.

    • bmwiedemann
      19 days ago by bmwiedemann | Reply

      If you have a need for this project for 2x NVIDIA Tesla T4, 16GB - ping me.

      • afesta
        19 days ago by afesta | Reply

        So cool! To be honest I'll like more to use your brain for the project...willing to give me a chance and have fun for a week with this crazy PM?

    • rsblendido
      12 days ago by rsblendido | Reply

      Is this about Kubeflow?

      • afesta
        11 days ago by afesta | Reply

        Could be. I mean the only "constraint" is that ideally should work on a laptop and Kubeflow works on K8's but if you use something like MLRun you may overcome many challenges. The ultimate goal of the project is to provide Data scientists a playground so that they do not need to learn and install and configure everything but it's easy enough to start from your laptop (and eventually) move it to a server/cloud environment.

    • jeffpr
      10 days ago by jeffpr | Reply

      @afesta : I will be working with you for the SUSEcon demos - just thought I would hop in here when I can.

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