... shouldn't this be a rant?
Never, ever, ever take what data science people give you and put it in production.
Make them explain it via documentation and then implement the logic in the supported languages of production.
And now you are learning stuff.
Take this as an opportunity to learn how to learn.
woops89212yI gave him the output i create and the input he should use
He used different input and didn’t adjust his code to mine
Now i have to do it.
Take that code, throw it in a container (docker) and tell em to fix his shit till that works and use that as a service to your front end. (Host the container aside)
Or find something to generate wrappers from R to C#. If that exists.
gnog3372yI love these kind of things. It's great to build pressure and learn a lot of things in less time.
Im a junior dev, too.
Started with angularJs,
then angular 6,
then .NET MVC,
then Angular 6, again,
Loving this enormous amount of knowledge I'm acquiring.
"You should be flexible to work on any technology"..
That's what I heard frequently by my manager