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Next Cohort: Dec 6-Jun 6
Advance your career by working on real ML projects, and build and scale your own Deep Learning prototype with Sprinboard’s Machine Learning Engineering bootcamp. More than 50% of the Springboard curriculum is focused on production engineering skills. In this course, you’ll design a machine learning/deep learning system, build a prototype and deploy a running application that can be accessed via API or web service.
What You’ll Learn
- The Machine Learning Engineering Stack
- Data Wrangling at Scale and Statistics for AI
- Foundations of Machine Learning
- A Deep Dive into Deep Learning
- Natural Language Processing
- AI Tutorial: Computer Vision
- Deploying AI Systems to Production
- At least one year of software engineering industry experience using a general purpose Object-oriented programming language, such as Python, Java and C++.
- If you do not have industry software experience, 1-2 years on-the-job coding experience in graduate school, a bachelor’s program or on open-source project may meet the requirements.
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Next Cohort: Dec 6-Jun 6
Student Reviews (9)
Honestly, I don't see any cons with Springboard. Staff is great and mentors are fantastic. When they say that the mentors are experts in the field, they mean it. The pros that I felt are note worthy are flexibility, mentors are VERY knowledgably and he...
Honestly, I don't see any cons with Springboard. Staff is great and mentors are fantastic. When they say that the mentors are experts in the field, they mean it. The pros that I felt are note worthy are flexibility, mentors are VERY knowledgably and helpful, Springboard site is very easy to navigate, and Springboard does a great job at keeping track of your progress. Many bootcamps have great offers but not the flexibility. I was not ready to drop my job to go back to school. Springboard allowed me to take the courses at my own pace. Although that may not be most people's cup of tea, if you're motivated to succeed, you'll graduate in less than 6 months.
I had a great experience in UX/UI Design bootcamp at Springboard! I highly recommend this bootcamp for anyone looking to shift careers. I signed up for the Design Career track, as this includes career calls after the course to help you find a full time...
I had a great experience in UX/UI Design bootcamp at Springboard! I highly recommend this bootcamp for anyone looking to shift careers. I signed up for the Design Career track, as this includes career calls after the course to help you find a full time position. When I was deciding on a UX/UI bootcamp, I was hesitant to sign up for a longer/more expensive bootcamp, but am very glad I went with Springboard. Here are some of the key reasons why:
The weekly mentor (an industry professionals) calls are super helpful and help you get immersed into the UX/UI field. My mentor helped me understand UX/UI concepts, and helped me refine the deliverables to build my case studies up! You come out of the course with a full portfolio (essential for getting a job!) with four case studies including an Industry Design Project, which is essentially an internship with a company. This real-world experience is really helpful coming out of the course! The curriculum does a good job teaching you UX/UI concepts and slowly building those up.
Career guidance is prompted throughout the course, which was extremely helpful. Throughout the course, you are prompted early on to start building career skills such as networking. You also have calls with a career coach while you are simultaneously going through the technical material. This early prompting to start thinking about how you are going to get a job and slowly building skills necessary for this were extremely helpful for me. You come out of the course with an updated UX/UI resume as well as a updated and revised (by career coach) Linkedin.
You are assigned a student advisor which helps you keep moving along. Having someone to keep me on track was essential for me. She gave me weekly deadlines that I needed to meet in order to complete by the date I gave her. Having this was a game changer for me.
Finally, you are connected with a Springboard slack community, so you are able to meet other students in the course. This is really helpful as the course is remote, and helps you stay connected to others and meet new people who are in a career shift as you. I met a lot of wonderful friends along the way, while also building up my professional network.
If you are wanting to shift careers, Springboard is a great choice! I feel very prepared for the working world and am glad that I still am able to meet with a Career coach on a bi-weekly basis, who will help me land a full-time position.