Frequently Asked Questions
Q1: When does the course start and finish?
The prerecorded course content will be available for viewing beginning on August 1st, 2020. The course offerings that include Study Group sessions will be available for purchase until August 8th, 2020. The Study Group sessions will be held weekly on Saturdays from 12 - 1:30pm EST. The first session will be held on August 8th and the last session will be held on September 12th. If you purchase course offerings that include a private consultation you’ll be able to schedule that with Luigi after your purchase.
Q2: How long do I have access to the course?
The content is yours forever as soon as you register. You can register for it in advance, but please note that the course content will be available starting on August 1st, 2020.
Q3: What’s your refund policy?
You have 14 days after you enroll to request a full refund. Please contact Luigi if you have any issues.
Q4: How do I know if this course is right for me?
This course is for:
- ML Engineers and Data Scientists who want to deploy their models to production.
- Managers and Leaders of Data Science teams who wish to enable efficient practices within their organizations.
- Software developers seeking to move into machine learning.
- Site Reliability Engineers (SREs) and other DevOps responsible for deploying ML models.
You do NOT need any knowledge of Amazon Web Services in order to take this course. While a basic understanding of services like EC2 or S3 would be helpful, we'll provide an overview in the course.
Q5: Can you provide more information about the six Study Group Sessions?
The first virtual Study Group will be held on August 8th, 2020. Each week students will meet with Luigi for 90 minutes to discuss the contents of that week’s lesson. He will field questions from students and tie the lessons to real world situations and examples. The Study Group sessions are a great way for students to ask Luigi specific questions about the course and about running production machine learning systems. He loves engaging with students in these settings and works hard to ensure every student feels comfortable asking questions, regardless of his or her level of knowledge.
Q6: When does the early bird discount end?
The early bird pricing ends on August 1st, 2020.
Q7: I came to this course from TWIML. Is this a TWIML course?
This course has been developed by MLinProduction.com, presented by Luigi Patruno and was not developed by TWIML. Luigi has partnered with TWIML to bring this course to as many students as possible!
Q8. What programming languages and frameworks are used in the course?
This course utilizes Python 3 as the main programming language. In order to interact with Amazon SageMaker, we rely on the SageMaker Python SDK and the SageMaker Experiments Python SDK. Additionally, we'll train models using the scikit-learn, XGBoost, Tensorflow, and PyTorch frameworks and associated Python clients.