I love this Netflix blog post about how they use Jupyter notebooks.
I’m not an programmer but I do play one at work and I’m partial to using notebooks when I explore. Part of my day job is to develop the system architecture for a long term engineering effort. I fire up a notebook and start playing with AWS micro services.
My notes end up with the various cases I test, some notes, some sample data and results. Then I can archive the notebook for future reference.
This example from Dr. Drang is pretty creative. It uses Python's Itertools to solve a boring math problem in an interesting way.
I'm increasingly fascinated by machine learning. Maybe because it feels like there's more opportunity for machines to learn than for us meat bags. This Github list was really interesting.
- Gated Conditional Pixel Convolutional Neural Network using TensorFlow (Demo)
- Value Iteration Networks using TensorFlow — Best Paper Award NIPS ‘16 ...
While I do pay for a Slack team account, I also manage a frivolous team with a lot of users on the free plan. The Slack free plans are very generous but can run out of storage space fast and that means no one can share dank memes anymore. This ...
Python 3.6 adds a new module for creating random values for cryptographic secrets.
For example, this call:
generates this unique string: '5t_jLGlV8yp2Q5tolvBesQ'
Now, if only I could get all of my scripts moved off of Python 2.7 I'd be in business.
Pythonista 3 for iOS is now available on the App Store.
It's on sale for $5 as a new purchase. If you love Python or just want to take automation to the next level on iOS, there's no better app than Pythonista. Version 3 brings Python 3 as ...
Everything from Todd Ditchendorf is so unique and thoughtful. His groundbreaking app Fluid is known by every longtime Mac user. Todd continues to impress with his new apps too. Schwartz is a vector graphics app that automatically generates templated code in a variety of languages. As with everything under the ...
Weeks before my holiday vacation, I refresh a long-standing list — my "things to try" during vacation list. This very Web site began life on that list. This year is no different and I thought I'd share them as I complete them. Today's post is about the Wolfram Programming ...
I usually do my date formatting with ...
I played the heck out of StarCraft. I'm not sure this essay by Patrick Wyatt makes me feel better about all the crashes, but it does make me feel empathetic toward the developers.
Working these long hours made people groggy, and that’s bad when trying to accomplish knowledge-based ...
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