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My 20-Year Experience of Software Development Methodologies
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GitHub - apple/coremltools: Converter tools for Core ML.
Apple's CoreML tools are now on GitHub & open to contributions! Run models from Keras/sklearn/XGBoost/LibSVM on iOS
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Nóis num tem NBA mas tem na bundesliga
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15 days ago
Strange Loop 2017 - YouTube
Strange Loop 2017 videos going up here:
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17 days ago
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Farewell Cassini, how far you’ve come. On this eve, in fiery death, Saturn & you are one. VIP (Vaporize In Peace):…
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4 weeks ago
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Use trees.
Not too deep.
Mostly ensembles.
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5 weeks ago
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I have shared a macOS Finder button to launch notebooks from the current folder. Enjoy!
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5 weeks ago
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Mathcha: a fast way to write and share mathematics @ - neato.
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6 weeks ago
Mathcha - Online Math Editor
Mathcha: a fast way to write and share mathematics @ - neato.
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6 weeks ago
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Nice article intuitively explains many of these common probability distributions.
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6 weeks ago
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2º ElmSP - Problemas que o resolve só com o compilador, sem nada mais por
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6 weeks ago
Why We Argue: Style — Sandi Metz
"Code is read many more times than it is written, which means that the ultimate cost of code is in its reading."
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7 weeks ago
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Some History of Functional Programming Languages - David Turner . Love hearing about the history of ideas in PLs.
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7 weeks ago
GitHub - tdietert/nanocoin: A minimum viable cryptocurrency
nanocoin: A minimum viable cryptocurrency in

Great resource for understanding .
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7 weeks ago
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Neural Net evolved to play Mario Kart 64, requiring only small computing power. MarioKart64NEAT code by Nick Nelson…
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7 weeks ago
Why Men Don’t Believe the Data on Gender Bias in Science
To someone ignorant of their privilege, any threat to that privilege would be perceived as discrimination.
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7 weeks ago
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BY HAND.

SHE CALCULATED ROCKET TRAJECTORIES BY HAND.

BUZZ ALDRIN TRUSTED NO-ONE ELSE, NOT EVEN THEIR COMPUTERS.
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7 weeks ago
Identifying the pain points of service integrations – PRACTICING DEVELOPER
Here's Ch 3 of my book! It's about the problems that you can run into when integrating with external services:
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8 weeks ago
Untitled (https://web.stanford.edu/~hastie/CASI_files/PDF/casi.pdf)
Pretty awesome that "Computer Age Statistical Inference" is freely available as a PDF now:
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8 weeks ago
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They should teach this interview in journalism schools to show how you stop someone from lying on live TV.
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8 weeks ago
Starting out with Haskell Tensor Flow — Monday Morning Haskell
Interested in machine learning with Haskell? Here is nice post on "Starting out with Haskell Tensor Flow"
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8 weeks ago
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The most effective managers are good stewards, focused on results and relationships (ala. Covey) rather th…
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8 weeks ago
I'm a woman in computer science. Let me ladysplain the Google memo to you.
I know you’re tired but this post by is the most concise takedown of Google memo I’ve seen. Read it.
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9 weeks ago
Ideas on interpreting machine learning - O'Reilly Media
Interesting overview of interpretable machine learning models:
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11 weeks ago
Comfortable learning curve for learning Elixir — part 1
Start learning from very beginning! Tag 🤓👧👦 friends👍
🔖 on Medium - more articles are coming!
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july 2017
Coraline Ada Ehmke: Antisocial Coding: My Year at GitHub
I am finally ready tell my story.

“Antisocial Coding: My Year at GitHub”
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july 2017
Predicting the Success of a Reddit Submission with Deep Learning and Keras
New blog post up: Predicting the Success of a Reddit Submission with Deep Learning and Keras
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june 2017
Untitled (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUXJ3R1F2oU)
NLP rockstar (and summer visitor) Mirella Lapata gesticulates and talks about the field
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june 2017
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Exceedingly helpful deck: “Automating Data-analysis Pipelines” by and ,
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june 2017
(429) https://twitter.com/AndrewYNg/status/878328923087556610/photo/1
Launching my new project! Hope will help many of you: deeplearning.ai More announcements soon.
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june 2017
Boring Haskell | Eventsourced aggregates in Haskell
So about that blog post I’ve been tweeting about: Boring - Eventsourced aggregates in Haskell
Haskell  from twitter_favs
june 2017
Conversations with Technology Leaders: Erik Meijer - ACM Queue
has a discussion with Erik Meijer in 's "The Soft Side of Software." …
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june 2017
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has a discussion with Erik Meijer in 's "The Soft Side of Software." …
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june 2017
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No worries, surgeons. You're good for > 35 years :-)
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june 2017
Lambda Explorer
Online REPL for lambda calculus
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june 2017
[1606.08954] Greedy, Joint Syntactic-Semantic Parsing with Stack LSTMs
Waleed and Matt's new NLP podcast We extended Stack LSTMs to do joint syn-sem parsing!
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may 2017
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If you only watch one talk about Elixir, this is my pick. There's a recording from -…
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may 2017
At last, summer ending for Popovich - San Antonio Express-News
“Shut the hell up,” Popovich tells himself. “It's not all going your way.”
basketball  life  coaching  stoicism 
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