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June 23, 2022, 4:08 p.m. | Eduardo Blancas

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Software Engineering For Data Science

A step-by-step guide to going from a messy notebook to a pipeline running in Kubernetes

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Notebooks are great for rapid iterations and prototyping but quickly get messy. After working on a notebook, my code becomes difficult to manage and unsuitable for deployment. In production, code organization is essential for maintainability (it’s much easier to improve and debug organized code than a long, messy notebook).

In this post, I’ll describe …

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