Lessons learned from a Deep Learning Hackathon

Hackathons are a great way to learn new skills and build your personal brand. They push you to put your creative hats on and apply your theoretical and practical knowledge in an innovative manner. Generally, the problems given at Hackathons are not always very straight forward and require a good amount of understanding in the subject. As a matter of fact, Hackathons demand your full attention and dedication. This becomes quite difficult if you are a working professional to manage time and shift your focus in between contexts.




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