5 ways to keep your skills fresh after finishing a coding bootcamp

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  • GitHub repo examples

    TensorFlow examples (by tensorflow)

    One way to improve your projects and coding skills is to try new models and libraries. For example, if you did classification with logistic regression, try also with random forest; if you used Tensorflow, now try Keras; if you scraped a website with BeautifulSoup, now do it with Scrapy. You get the point.

  • GitHub repo codewars.com

    Issue tracker for Codewars

    For example, you can block one hour every Saturday to practice algorithms and data structures on LeetCode, Codewars, or HackerRank. You'll not only sharpen your coding skills, but also get a confidence boost as you progress through levels and get badges.

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  • GitHub repo Scrapy

    Scrapy, a fast high-level web crawling & scraping framework for Python.

    One way to improve your projects and coding skills is to try new models and libraries. For example, if you did classification with logistic regression, try also with random forest; if you used Tensorflow, now try Keras; if you scraped a website with BeautifulSoup, now do it with Scrapy. You get the point.

  • GitHub repo Keras

    Deep Learning for humans

    One way to improve your projects and coding skills is to try new models and libraries. For example, if you did classification with logistic regression, try also with random forest; if you used Tensorflow, now try Keras; if you scraped a website with BeautifulSoup, now do it with Scrapy. You get the point.

  • GitHub repo Jekyll

    :globe_with_meridians: Jekyll is a blog-aware static site generator in Ruby

    To document your learnings, you can create a blog on Medium or dev, where you write about your projects. If you're into web development, you can even build your own blog (I made mine with Jekyll).

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