What is MWML?
Platforms like Twitter are great for initially sharing content
but they are ephemeral in nature. Once you post something, people "like" it
and then it's difficult to find again unless you happen to save it. And
often great projects go unnoticed because they don't get enough "likes".
We will never be behind any kind of paywall and will always be 100% free because
this platform is by and for the community. And we will always strive to surface
content that is truly useful to others via curation.
If you want to version code, nothing beats GitHub but it's not the best
platform for discovery, let alone discovery for recent ML specific content.
This isn't a recruiting platform for recruiters to spam ML developers.
We're currently working directly with ML hiring managers who are using your projects to decide
to interview you and then the actual interview will be a deep dive about your projects, not
obscure coding puzzles.
While published research pushes the world forward, you don't have to create
polished work to make a difference. We welcome content of all sorts and we find that
some of the most instructive content comes from well written blog posts and coding tutorials
Not a newsletter.
While newsletters are great to know what happened the past week, we
want to be able to organize the content forever so that others in the future who want
to learn can benefit from it. All the content is tagged and curated so you'll always
be able to discover the best resources.
Not Papers With Code.
PWC is an amazing platform for research and in many ways is complementary to MWML.
While PWC tracks research we want to provide a place
for researchers and developers to share their practical projects (articles, apps,
toolkits, tutorials, videos, etc.) which we see an increasing amount of these days as
cutting edge research is very quickly used in projects.