I was wondering if at the time of writing this it is actually recommended to get deeper into trax?
I saw in another post that trax hasn’t been updated for about 2 years and that still seems to be the case. When I checked for online resources (documentation, tutorials…) there was not a lot to find either. Installation on Windows and M1 Macs also seems to be rather difficult. So, after finishing this specialization, it feels like concentrating on Tensorflow and/or PyTorch would be more useful, or am I wrong?
I honestly like the way how to handle things with Trax. But if models, resources, tutorials and so on on the internet are little common, it does not feel like the right path to continue.
Thanks for your input in advance!