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Machine Learning Bookcamp: How to read your books ?

 
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Dear Sir,


What book do you recommend reading first, ML BootCamp or Mastering Java for Data Science ?

Is there any dependency between them ?


Thanks.
 
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There's no dependency. To be honest, I won't recommend you to read the Java book unless you really need Java. Java is not that popular these days for doing ML.

So you can go to Machine Learning Bookcamp directly
 
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