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Data Discuss by Sheetala

Hey guys, this is a feature post for my friend Sheetala Prasad Tiwari's new site DataDiscuss. Data Discuss is an amazing site for Data Science learners, which believes in Collaborative Learning. ML, AI enthusiasts blog about their respective knowledge fields making it a pretty amazing & exclusive destination of knowledge sharing for Data Science.

I would definitely recommend this site to you, to read if you are a learner and to definitely contact Sheetala if you want to blog yourself too!


In case you want to contact the brains behind the project:

Oh, and one more thing. Here's my new blog on this new site:

(Steve Jobs fans would know what I did! :P)


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