How I won my 12th bronze medal on Kaggle’s April 2022 tabular competition

This morning I was quite pleased to learn that I had earned a bronze medal on Kaggle’s April 2022 tabular competition that I had only just entered the day previously. This is a time series prediction problem where a particularly binary state is predicted based on various sensor readings.

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I have close to five decades experience in the world of work, being in fast food, the military, business, non-profits, and the healthcare sector.

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I have close to five decades experience in the world of work, being in fast food, the military, business, non-profits, and the healthcare sector.

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