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fpereiro/backendlore: How I write backends
How I write backends. Contribute to fpereiro/backendlore development by creating an account on GitHub.
5 days ago
Noether’s Theorem  - A Quick Explanation - q-f-t :: physics & math
Noether’s Theorem - A Quick Explanation Noether’s Theorem is super rad. The theorem is, colloquially, >> Continuous symmetries imply conserved quantities. Momentum along a continuous symmetry...
13 days ago
Santosh-Gupta/NaturalLanguageRecommendations: Getting recommendations from natural language
Getting recommendations from natural language . Contribute to Santosh-Gupta/NaturalLanguageRecommendations development by creating an account on GitHub.
14 days ago
zakirullin/tiny-compiler: A tiny compiler for a simple synthetic language featuring LL(2) grammar, written in pure C, with Lexer, Parser, ASM-like code generator and Virtual machine implemented
A tiny compiler for a simple synthetic language featuring LL(2) grammar, written in pure C, with Lexer, Parser, ASM-like code generator and Virtual machine implemented - zakirullin/tiny-compiler
19 days ago
DoctorWkt/acwj: A Compiler Writing Journey
A Compiler Writing Journey. Contribute to DoctorWkt/acwj development by creating an account on GitHub.
19 days ago
Writing a CHIP-8 emulator with Rust and WebAssembly
Over the past couple of months I’ve been exploring the potential of WebAssembly. I wanted to try my hand at creating a more complex WebAssembly application, which is why I’ve been spending my evenings working on a CHIP-8 emulator ... and learning Rust!
21 days ago
Machine Learning Crash Course  |  Google Developers
An intensive, practical 20-hour introduction to machine learning fundamentals, with companion TensorFlow exercises.
6 weeks ago
dwmkerr/hacker-laws: 💻📖 Laws, Theories, Principles and Patterns that developers will find useful. #hackerlaws
💻📖 Laws, Theories, Principles and Patterns that developers will find useful. #hackerlaws - dwmkerr/hacker-laws
6 weeks ago
Building a search engine from scratch
A whirlwind tour of the big ideas powering our web search
7 weeks ago
microsoft/nlp-recipes: Natural Language Processing Best Practices & Examples
Natural Language Processing Best Practices & Examples - microsoft/nlp-recipes
7 weeks ago
Quadcopter Programming Part 2: Using the CMSIS Library and First Takeoff - timakro.de
In the last post of the series I explained how to get started programming an STM32 microcontroller without any library dependencies. Today we will improve the LED blinking example from last post with the CMSIS library, making it more readable and adding precise timings. Finally we will drive the rotors of the quadcopter for a somewhat assisted takeoff.
8 weeks ago
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