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[D] Receiving a notification when models training is completed

Hi everyone!

Few months ago I released Notify17, a tool to generate mobile notifications from simple web requests.

I think redditors of this sub may be interested in using it when dealing with models training, or any similar long lasting tasks, where you need to wait a long time between each iteration.

The most basic concept would be that, as soon as a model training finishes, you can invoke a function to let yourself know that the event occurred, and get the notification on your phone/browser:

from notify17 import n17_raw n17_raw("RAW_API_KEY", 'Model training finished') 

I’m looking for feedback from people in multiple fields, because I believe that Notify17 could be useful in many multiple scenarios than just backend development.

I’d love to know if anyone of you finds this tool to be useful for the machine learning field and/or what could be added/changed to make it worth the use for you all.

P.s. also MATLAB and LUA examples are around. In any case, a cURL request is enough to trigger any notification, e.g:

url -X POST  "https://hook.notify17.net/api/raw/RAW_API_KEY"  -F title="Model $MODEL_NAME training completed" 

Thanks a lot, I’m here to answer any question about this post!

Alberto

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