Hi! My name is Lim. I'm a software engineer at QuantumBlack and I am part of the team maintaining Kedro. If you are not familiar, Kedro is a an open-source Python framework for creating reproducible, maintainable and modular data science code. Informally, as Kedro's tech lead Ivan Danov puts it, Kedro aims to be the Django / Ruby on Rails of the data science world, i.e. a first-class framework for authoring data science projects with strong support for productionisation and well integrated with other tools in the data science ecosystem.
I created this space to collect, write and share resources to help you become more effective with Kedro. It should be noted that anything expressed here reflects my own opinion, not that of the Kedro team or my employer.
Below are some articles I have written about Kedro