We have limited the number of attendees to ensure participants receive a high level of personalized support throughout the workshop. If you were unable to get a ticket for this one, you can sign up for notifications for the next Rasa Training Workshop here.
Hey there Rasa @community!
Join us for a Rasa training workshop and learn how to build and deploy a real-world contextual assistant with Rasa. The online workshops will be led by Rasa experts: Justė Petraitytė @Juste Head of Developer Relations, Mady Mantha @maddymantha, Senior Product Evangelist, and Ty Dunn @tyd Product Manager.
The workshops will cover everything you need to build a complete contextual assistant:
- The planning and design process for building a contextual assistant
- Rasa training data format
- How to add training examples, intents, and dialogues to the assistant
- How to run end-to-end evaluations
- How to add utterance templates
- How to define slots, actions, forms and add this functionality to your assistant
- Deploying Rasa X and connecting integrated version control
- How to review conversations in Rasa X
- Connecting to an external messaging channel
More things to look forward to:
- Rasa certification
- Rasa swag
- Face time with the Rasa team at the post-workshop happy hour
- Networking with other conversational AI professionals
Space is limited so grab your tickets now!
Monday, Mar 30, 2020, 10:00 AM – Friday, Apr 3, 2020, 12:00 PM PDT
edit: We were looking forward to meeting with members of the Rasa community at our San Francisco and New York training workshops later this month. However, due to the growing concerns over COVID-19, we’ve decided to move our Workshops to a completely online format. This was a difficult decision, but we want to take every precaution to ensure the health and safety of our team and community.
Here is the new registration link:
Are there any prerequisites for the event? Do I have to know how to run docker, for example?
During the workshop, we’ll build a real-world assistant from start to finish, which includes using developer tools like GitHub, docker, and Google Cloud Platform. While you don’t need to be an expert with these tools, familiarity with the command line, Git, and the basics of application hosting will help you get the most out of the workshop.
Before the workshop, we’ll send out an email with instructions for installing dependencies on your machine, as well as a pre-workshop assignment to give you a foundation for what we’ll cover. If any questions come up while completing the pre-workshop assignment, we’ll host an office hours session shortly before the workshop to answer them.
What do I need to bring?
Bring your laptop (Windows, Mac, or Linux), with all dependencies installed. We’ll send an email before the workshop with installation instructions.
Do I need to know Python?
We’ll provide starter code during the workshop, so expert-level knowledge of Python isn’t required. We do recommend having some experience with making API requests and being able to read and understand Python.