Databaseline is a personal blog about data, machine learning, quantum computing, technology, product management, audio engineering, and stereoscopy by Ian Hellström.
Ian Hellström is a technical product manager at Jua, a startup that provides the most accurate weather predictions in the world, powered by machine learning. He is also the owner of and audio engineer at Crow Oak Studio.
Ian has been a product manager, data engineer, and machine learning engineer at various other companies, including Nubank, D2iQ, Spotify, Bosch, and Sievo.
On oracle.rtfd.io, Ian launched an initiative for developers to learn more about SQL and PL/SQL optimization techniques for Oracle Database, which has attracted more than 750,000 visitors since its inception. It contains more than a hundred pages of high-quality material—for free!
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Outside of Databaseline, Ian Hellström has kept busy too:
- D2iQ: AI Chihuahua! Build or Buy (2021)
- D2iQ: AI Chihuahua! Why Machine Learning is Dogged by Failure and Delays (2021)
- KDnuggets: A Tour of End-to-End Machine Learning Platforms (2020)
- D2iQ: Kaptain: The Enterprise Machine Learning Platform (2020)
- Datafloq: The Need for Industrial Data Science (2016)
- Datafloq: What is the Value of a Megabyte? (2016)
- Sorry, Batman is Busy! How to Succeed in ML without the Batphone (Data Summit Connect, May 2021)
- Machine Learning Platforms in the Wild: A Safari (Scaling Continuous Delivery, February 2021)
- AI Chihuahua: Why Machine Learning is Dogged by Failure and Delays (Cloud Native Summit, October 2020)
- Getting Started with Machine Learning Using D2iQ’s Kaptain: Finance (March 2021)
- Introducing Kaptain, the Cloud-Native End-to-End ML Platform (March 2021)
- Getting Started with Machine Learning Using D2iQ’s Kaptain: Healthcare (February 2021)
Original research papers Ian Hellström has been involved in are listed in reverse chronological order:
- Technology Diffusion and Its Effects on Social Inequalities, Journal of Macroeconomics (2013).
- Numerics of Spacecraft Dynamics, PhD thesis (2011).
- Creating Variational Integrators with a Computer Algebra System, Albanian Journal of Mathematics (2010).
- VarInt: Variational Integrator Design with Maple, ACM Communications in Computer Algebra (2010).
- Explicit Algorithmic Regularization in the Few-Body Problem for Velocity-Dependent Perturbations, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy (2010).
- Universal Formulation of Quasi-Keplerian Motion, and Its Applications, New Astronomy (2009).
- Satellite Attitude Dynamics and Estimation with The Implicit Midpoint Method, New Astronomy (2009).
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