Open source projects are acts of love. What usually begins as an idea or small project by a passionate technologist or group of technologists can be transformed into a powerful tool built by a dedicated community if that project is able to inspire enough community engagement.
Our project, MindsDB — a framework to streamline the use of neural networks — proves this each day. We’ve received so much helpful feedback from contributors around the globe that we’ve used to iterate on the project to the point where we’re ready to release MindsDB 1.0, our first major release since our inception.
In order to make sure that the release meets all of the goals we have for it, we’re looking for more people to test and provide feedback on MindsDB 1.0 before its official release next month.
Interested in signing up as a MindsDB Beta tester to test our latest release? Signup here and we’ll follow up with an email on how to get started.
In addition to getting early access to what we’re working on before its release, MindsDB Beta Testers can also:
Learn Something New: Enhance your personal and professional knowledge by engaging with a product and technology that becomes more relevant each day.
Make a Real Impact: Contribute directly to machine learning democratization by providing feedback that contributes to the development of an exciting product that is leading the way toward democratizing machine learning.
Join an Exclusive Community: Join and engage with others who share your interest in technology, machine learning, and python who also have an impact on the future of the product.
Be Heard: Your feedback will be sent directly to our product team.
Have Fun: It’s fun paving the way in technology. We’re doing so. Let’s do it together.
To sign up to join the MindsDB Beta Program, use this link to get started.
Amie helps lead community and sales efforts at MindsDB. She is a sales and marketing lead who has has spent much of her career working in sales and marketing capacities at both startups and mid-market companies. She grew up in Providence, RI, lives in Austin, Texas, and graduated with honors from Brown University.