I’ve been using the internet for more than 2 decades. Websites have evolved from static HTML and CSS to rich, interactive experiences. But the core navigation and usage of the web has stayed the same - we all mostly use Google to discover and browse information.
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Semantic search is a hot topic these days - companies are raising millions of dollars to build infrastructure and tools. I think due to this, most semantic search tutorials I see assume you need lots of tools like vector databases and LangChain. This couldn’t be further from the truth - for most use cases, you’ll be fine with just a few lines of Python code and no external dependencies.
As I’ve scaled Dataquest, one of the hardest things for me to come to grips with has been that there is no one right way to build a business. This may be surprising to you. After all, it doesn’t seem like a very complicated truth. But the reasons why this has been a persistent belief for me are informative for others in my shoes.
It can be overwhelming when you start as a new manager, or when you’re an existing manager who is asked to take on more responsibility.