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Machine Learning & Building a Twitter Community w/ Pratham

Mikhail Karan
Web Developer | HTML All The Things Podcast Host
Originally published at ・2 min read

What is HTML All The Things

HTML All The Things is a web development podcast and discord community which was started by Matt and Mike, developers based in Ontario, Canada.

The podcast speaks to web development topics as well as running a small business, self-employment and time management. You can join them for both their successes and their struggles as they try to manage expanding their Web Development business without stretching themselves too thin.

What's This One About?

In this episode Matt and Mike sit down with Pratham, a Twitter influencer with over 75, 000 followers as well as a passion for coding and machine learning. At only 16 (at time of recording), Pratham has built up quite a bit of experience in the programming field, and filled the show in with a tons of insights on getting started with programming for passion versus profit, machine learning (even without math!), and building up a Twitter community. With all that and more this is an episode you won't want to miss!

Guest Introduction


Our guest today is a well-known personality on Twitter with over 75000 followers. He’s also a 16-year-old self-taught developer. In this one, we talk about how Pratham started in development, specialized in machine learning, and got a job by building a massive Twitter audience.

Pratham's Twitter Account
Pratham's Blog

Show Notes

4:00 - How did you get started in coding/development?
7:35 - What was your drive to get through all the obstacles?
10:40 - What made you get into machine learning as a specialty?
20:15 - What got you into building an audience on twitter?
26:00 - Does a new developer need to start building a twitter audience?
27:55 - Is there any advice you'd give to a new developer?
30:50 - Should you share knowledge as a beginner?
36:50 - What's next for you?

Key Takeaways

  • Learning through resources outside of the internet is possible but very difficult
  • Machine learning doesn't need a strong math base to get started with. Tensor Flow allows new developers to get into it without knowing every complex concept.
  • Be consistent and focus on one task at a time.
  • By teaching someone something, you solidify your knowledge so it's a win win situation.

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