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Hey there, welcome to my Medium profile! My name is Ahmed. This blog is a place where I learn and share articles about machine learning, software, and programming tips.

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A short bio 📖

In a few words

I’m currently a machine learning engineer at a French scale-up and I’ve previously worked as a data…

Quick sanity checks before hitting the production road

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Being part of a company that values scalability, I daily see, as a data scientist, the challenges that come with putting AI-based solutions in production.

These challenges are numerous and cover a variety of aspects: modeling and system design, data engineering, resource management, SLA, etc.

I don’t pretend mastery in…

Stop the manual work, reuse project templates instead

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Here’s a situation a lot of data scientists are familiar with.

Every time you start a new project, you reuse the structure of older projects. You go through their folders and copy-paste them, you remove the unnecessary files, you rename the remaining ones with your new project’s specifics, and you…

Improving your apps goes with controlling their data quality

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In one of my previous posts, I looked at dataclasses as a way of writing python classes that act as data containers.

I found the dataclasses project amazing: it implements a lot of nifty methods under the hood to prevent you from writing boilerplate code, it provides a concise and…

Keep your settings and credentials private with .env files

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As a data scientist, I daily use Python to build applications that rely on credentials and sensitive settings.

Here are some examples of those, off the top of my head:

  • API keys to access third-party services
  • Passwords and credentials
  • Email addresses or personal data (name, age, social security number, etc.)

A quick guide to using cachetools

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A few weeks ago, I started looking into optimizing my code. I learned about common anti-patterns and worst practices, looked at how memory was allocated when Python objects are created and finally understood concepts such as multithreading and multiprocessing as well as the difference between the two.

Today, I’ll tell…

Combine TQDM with multiprocessing

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Python is a great programming language. It’s a swiss knife that’s used in multiple areas: analyzing and visualizing data, training machine learning models, building APIs, scraping websites, DevOps, MLOps, and obviously, much more things.

The versatility of this language, among other things, comes however with a cost: Python is slow

Improve displaying dataframes with the best JavaScript data grid

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I use Streamlit a lot.

It’s a great library to quickly prototype visually appealing web applications that interact with data and machine learning models in a fun way.
As a data scientist, I find Streamlit extremely helpful to share experiments with other team members.

What makes Streamlit even better, besides being a world-class product, is…

Ahmed Besbes

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