Originally published by Javin Paul at dzone.com
If you are curious about Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, and Machine Learning, then I am sure you have heard about TensorFlow, Google's Machine Learning API, which they have used to develop the RankBrain algorithm for Google Search. TensorFlow is one of the most popular Machine Learning APIs, which allows you to automate several real-world tasks. For example, you can use it for image detection. In fact, a Japanese farmer turned programmer used it to detect the best quality cucumber, which only his father and mother can do even with his years of experience. That's the power of Machine Learning, which is now available to everyone because of TensorFlow. If you have not read that story, I strongly suggest you read, in fact, that's one of the few stories that motivated me to learn more about Machine Learning.
One of my goals in 2018 is to explore Machine Learning and Data Science and that's why I am learning Python as well. You might have seen a couple of python posts like best courses to learn Python in this blog, which I have been using to learn Python this year.
Python has a lot of very useful and popular Machine Learning APIs, e.g. TensorFlow, NumPy, Pandas, Sci-Kit, etc., but I am mostly focusing on TensorFlow at this moment because of an obvious reason: it's supported by Google.
In this article, I am going to share about some of the best online courses to learn TensorFlow and Machine Learning for programmers.
Without wasting any more of your time, here is my list of some of the best courses to learn TensorFlow and Machine Learning online. All these courses not only teach theoretical knowledge but also practical stuff which you need to gain some hands-on experience.
All these courses are also not very expensive and you can get most of them for under $10 on Udemy flash sale, which happens every month. Once you complete a course, you should be able to proceed further by yourself.
This is probably the most popular TensorFlow course on Udemy with more than 63,963 students enrolled and thousands of 4.5 rating. It covers most of the things about TensorFlow and you can take it even if you are new to Machine Learning.
The first couple of chapters will explain Machine Learning and how TensorFlow can solve real-world problems through its neural networks.
In this course, you will learn about how Neural Networks work and how you can use TensorFlow for classification and regression tasks, e.g. image classification with Convolutional Neural Networks.
You will also learn about how to build your own Neural Network from scratch using Python and perform time series analysis with Recurrent Neural Networks. Overall, it is a great course to learn the basics of TensorFlow with Python.
This is another great course to learn TensorFlow on Udemy. If you are a first-timer, this is probably the best course because it will generate your interest in the complex but exciting world of Data Science, Machine Learning, and Deep learning.
The course starts with basics but runs really deep. It's great for Python developers as the course focuses on TenosorFlow with Python. It also teaches you NumPy, which is another popular Machine Learning API.
The best part of this course is that you will create your own Machine Learning algorithm after learning the basics of TensorFlow and Machine Learning.
It's business-focused, which means you will learn Machine Learning with real-world scenarios, e.g. how to use Machine Learning to optimize business performance, retain customers, improve conversions, etc, all by leveraging the real data acquired by real companies.
If you have a Pluarlsight membership and are looking for a course to start learning TensorFlow then "TensorFlow: Getting Started" is a good place to start with.
This course will teach you how to install and use TensorFlow, a cutting-edge Machine Learning library from Google.
You'll learn how you can use TensorFlow to create a range of Machine Learning models from simple linear regression to complex deep neural networks.
This is the biggest benefit of Pluarlsight membership i.e. you get access to a variety of courses by just paying a nominal monthly or annual fees.
I joined Pluarlsight to learn Spring and Java courses but now I am also using other technical courses such as this one to learn TensorFlow. If you don't have a Pluralsight membership, you can still access this course by signing up for a 10-day free trial.
This is a practical course that will show you what can be achieved using TensorFlow, the Google's advanced Machine Learning library. It's great for beginners and programmers who are just starting with Data Science and Machine Learning.
In this course, you will not only learn TensorFlow but also learn how to use that to make a Credit Card Froud Detection model in Python. You will also make an app with Python that uses data to predict the Stock Market.
I really like the project based courses because you learn more by building something that is meaningful and this course fits well on that criterion. If you also like project-based learning then this is the perfect TensorFlow course for you.
This is a really short course that will teach you neural networks and TensorFlow in less than 3 hours. It's kind of a crash course on TensorFlow and Neural networks.
You will start from scratch by learning the basic syntax of TensorFlow, Google's Machine Learning framework, and later build a neural network in Python code.
The best part of this course is that it also explains how you can train and test your neural network, the most interesting part of doing any Deep Learning project.
That's all about some of the best online courses to learn TensorFlow and Machine Learning using Python. TensorFlow is a very powerful Machine Learning API that has several real-world usages. For example, you can use it to detect images like you can take pictures of number plates and then guess the number and find car owner details from the registration database. Speed cameras in the highway can have this program installed to detect and send notice to speeding car owners before they reach home. If you need more general courses, you can also check out my earlier post about deep learning courses.
Originally published by Javin Paul at dzone.com