Thrown a Party? You Already Intuitively Understand Overfitting in Machine Learning

I'm currently in South Africa attending a wedding. Whilst the South Africans are complaining about the weather as it's their winter here, I'm walking around in shorts, sandals, and short sleeved summer shirts. Still, this doesn't stop me packing my spare Macbook as I have deadlines. Imperial College London is teaching a computational medicine degree, … Continue reading Thrown a Party? You Already Intuitively Understand Overfitting in Machine Learning

4 Things I Learned Working in a London Startup as a Software Engineer

So I lived the Cliche for a while. I commuted to an edgy office in central London and wrote code for a financial tech startup. Why financial tech? Although I had a clinical background, London is a global center for financial tech. Unlike most startups in the NHS that had a few clinical connections, the … Continue reading 4 Things I Learned Working in a London Startup as a Software Engineer

How my clinical experience guided my machine learning project

I've now experienced machine learning in industry and academia, and my clinical training just didn't let me look past the pitfalls of applying machine learning in a system. I experienced machine learning in an academic and industrial setting. I cannot deny, the passion and dedication for machine learning are alive and well. There is no … Continue reading How my clinical experience guided my machine learning project

Book Suggestion: The Complete Software Developer’s Career Guide

I like John Sonmez. His no-nonsense attitude and can do approach always manages to put a fire in my belly. I enjoyed his soft skills book. However, they serve different aims. Soft Skills is more of a life manual for software developers. This book focuses on giving the reader a brief overview of the types of … Continue reading Book Suggestion: The Complete Software Developer’s Career Guide