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The thing with self-taught skills that completely lack any context to measure their success is that, well, there's no way to gauge them. So the less overlap there is between your established education/work experience and your new field there is the bigger step back you're going to end up taking. Sure you can do skills interviews and tests but they're going ...


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TLDR: It makes you look foolish Instead of quitting a job to study, take classes part-time than transition within your organization to a ML position. Failing that, interview with companies that are transitioning to a more ML approach, and THEN transition over, but do not ever quit a job to go to school. If I were to see a resume where someone left to go to ...


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You should consider yourself lucky if you manage to get any developer job in this domain, nevermind if it is entry level. And the only way you can mitigate the fact that you will be unemployed while looking for a new job is by enrolling in some kind of real world study program before, preferably with some sort of certificate you get. Maybe some companies ...


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