i am looking forward as well. thank you @aakashns
@aakashns Good to see you on the forums again!
I am from Bangalore as well.
Hi, I’m from Bangalore as well. Just wanted to know how the study groups are organised as we can see it’s happening on 23rd Morning 7:00-9:30 in our timezone.
Hi @Neural-instinct, we are open to suggestions in terms of when and where to conduct the meetups. Our current plan is to conduct the first meetup on Saturday, Oct 20th, before the course starts.
This study group is added to the List of part 1 study groups.
Thanks a lot!
I am from Bangalore as well and looking for ward to join a study group and start this course. A beginner here myself.
That’s awesome. I wouldn’t be available for the meet up on Oct 20th. I would be joining the future sessions. Looking forward to it!
We’ll try to record the sessions so we can make it available online later.
Hi @aakashns, We started an deep learning study group for fastai a month back. I thought you guys were doing an online meetup. Also, we will be completing part 1 v2 this week. And discussed to take up part 2 v2 in the morning sessions and part 1 v3 in the afternoon sessions.
Sorry for the late notice.
If you are looking for a offline meetup, let’s collaborate, it would be beneficial for the whole community.
Happy to collaborate!
We’ve already planned a meetup for this Saturday, so we’ll probably go ahead with that. Do keep us updated with your plans for Part 1 V3
I would like to join this study group and meet all in person…
That’s great Saurabh! Do join for the meetup on Sat, Oct 20
Will be in Bangalore this weekend, look forward to meet all
i am from Bangalore and looking forward to join a study group
Hi @aakashns… Isn’t the meetup full for this Saturday in Bangalore? If not please let me know.
Seating for the talks is full, but you can attend the mixers at 4:30 pm, to meet other folks.
Guys, I have been using Tensorflow to build my project. But for this course, they are using Pytorch. So I started to learn Pytorch lately. Wrote this tutorial to use Pytorch efficiently to build model using torch.nn classes and functions. So check out this brief tutorial about Pytorch’s torch.nn module.