Building desktop applications with Electron – System

@tachyeonz : This tutorial assumes you know how to install and set up electron-quick-start project. You can find the tutorial here. In this tutorial, we will take a look at a few Node and Electron modules to gather information about the user’s system, application and the screen.

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What the heck is time-series data (and why do I need a time-series database)?

@tachyeonz : Here’s a riddle: what do self-driving Teslas, autonomous Wall Street trading algorithms, smart homes, transportation networks that fulfill lightning-fast same-day deliveries, and an open-data-publishing NYPD have in common?

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10 Algorithms Every Programmer Should Know – and When to Use Them

@tachyeonz : Programmers love algorithms. What’s an algorithm? Good question! In my academic days, we would have said, “An algorithm is a well-defined, self-contained process or set of rules to be followed in a data processing system.”

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Visualizing Multidimensional Data in Python

@tachyeonz : Nearly everyone is familiar with two-dimensional plots, and most college students in the hard sciences are familiar with three dimensional plots. However, modern datasets are rarely two- or three-dimensional.

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lab 1: unsupervised pre-training, dropout and representation learning

@tachyeonz : For my first set of Pauli Space experiments, I thought I would start by attempting to answer elementary questions which might lead to more data efficient deep models and algorithms.

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Exploring LSTMs

@tachyeonz : The first time I learned about LSTMs, my eyes glazed over. Not in a good, jelly donut kind of way.

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What my deep model doesn’t know…

@tachyeonz : I come from the Cambridge machine learning group. More than once I heard people referring to us as “the most Bayesian machine learning group in the world”. I mean, we do work with probabilistic models and uncertainty on a daily basis.

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How to use Windows-10 WSL — (Built In Linux) for Machine Learning !

@tachyeonz : A large number of open source libraries\modules in machine learning are first made available for Linux and the windows versions are always released later . Maintaining two separate OS on Dual boot or switching between Virtual machines is not the best way.

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Rambus, Microsoft Put DRAM Into Deep Freeze To Boost Performance

@tachyeonz : Energy efficiency and operating costs for systems are as important as raw performance in today’s datacenters.

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Scaling Airbnb’s Experimentation Platform

@tachyeonz : At Airbnb, we are constantly iterating on the user experience and product features. This can include changes to the look and feel of the website or native apps, optimizations for our smart pricing and search ranking algorithms, or even targeting the right content and timing for our email campaigns.

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DoublePulsar Initial SMB Backdoor Ring 0 Shellcode Analysis

@tachyeonz : One week ago today, the Shadow Brokers (an unknown hacking entity) leaked the Equation Group’s (NSA) FuzzBunch software, an exploitation framework similar to Metasploit.

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RAW Data Visualization: Dendrograms

@tachyeonz : A dendrogram is a tree diagram that is usually used for showing taxonomic relationships, but any data that lends itself to hierarchical data clustering can be displayed using a dendrogram. RAWGraphs offers two variations on dendrograms: the circular dendrogram and the cluster dendrogram.

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