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NDC London 2020 – My highlights

by Ed Freeman

A couple of weeks back, along with a rabble of other endjineers, I was fortunate enough to attend NDC London. This wasn’t my first time at an NDC conference – in fact, my previous outing was to Oslo to experience the “original” flavour of NDC back in 2018. That was extremely fun and packed with […]


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Along with several of my endjin colleagues, I’m attending NDC London this week. Today was day 1, and here’s a run through of the sessions I attended and my thoughts. Hello #ndclondon! pic.twitter.com/m3kO0c7otC — Jonathan George @ #NDCLondon (@jon_george1) January 29, 2020 Keynote The day started with the keynote from Tess Ferrandez-Norlander, titled “We are […]


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A short while ago, I was trying to classify some data using Azure Machine Learning, but the training data was very imbalanced. In the attempt to build a useful model from this data, I came across the Synthetic Minority Oversampling Technique (SMOTE), an approach to dealing with imbalanced training data. This blog describes what I […]