5 Reasons Why We switched from Python To Go

@tachyeonz : If you got the idea of this quote, then you probably tried or just looked around Go programming language. Which is I think easiest programming language that can fit in any kind of application development. Yes! you read that right, for me Go is easier to learn than even JavaScript.

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Machine Language For Beginners

@tachyeonz : Machine Language For Beginners CoverTitle PagePrefaceIntroduction: Why Machine Language?Chapter 1: How To Use This BookChapter 2: The FundamentalsChapter 3: The MonitorChapter 4: AddressingChapter 5: ArithmeticChapter 6: The Instruction SetChapter 7: Borrowing from BASICChapter 8: Building A Progr

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The 9 Types of Programmers and Why Some are Better than Others

@tachyeonz : The person that is the most excited about ‘the next new thing’ out of the whole team. Almost always a young male that knows way more about programming than he should, spending 90% of his spare coding, ALWAYS SELF TAUGHT.

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Becoming a Data Scientist

@tachyeonz : This blogpost is an excerpt of Springboard’s free guide to data science jobs and originally appeared on the Springboard blog. Most data scientists use a combination of skills every day, some of which they have taught themselves on the job or otherwise. They also come from various backgrounds.

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Stanford Lecture: Don Knuth’s Christmas Tree Lecture 2016

@tachyeonz : Computer Musings 2016Donald Knuth’s Christmas Tree LectureSpeaker: Donald KnuthAbout 1850, William Rowan Hamilton invented the Icosian Game, which involved finding a path that encounters all points of a network without retracing its steps. Variants of his game have turned out to be important in man

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Sublime Tutor – A free and interactive, in-editor tutor for Sublime Text 3

@tachyeonz : We believe in the concept of learning by doing. Sublime Tutor takes you methodically from the most basic commands to very advanced ones. All of this happens inside the editor itself. Number of interesting exercises keep you entertained throughout the course.

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‘You are Not Expected to Understand This’ : An Explainer on Unix’s Most Notorious Code Comment

@tachyeonz : The phrase “You are Not Expected to Understand This” is probably the most famous comment in the history of Unix.

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Lego Boost teaches kids how to bring blocks to life with code

@tachyeonz : If you’ve ever wished your childhood Lego creations could come to life, your dreams are now closer to reality. Lego has just unveiled a new subbrand called Boost which promises to do just that.

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Published On:January 06, 2017 at 09:00AM

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Why the Elixir language has great potential

@tachyeonz : As a developer I think it is important to stay up to date with new developments. But mostly I love learning new things 😉 This means to be on the lookout for current trends in the tech industry, guessing their potential and trying them out. Sometimes I’m right.

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Tags : concurrency, elixir language, graphql, immutable, libraries, m, programming, scalability

Published On:December 23, 2016 at 06:39AM

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Learn to code with Scratch with The MagPi’s latest e-book

@tachyeonz : Scratch is the world-leading visual programming language, created by the boffins at MIT. It’s designed to help kids of all ages learn about computer science within minutes.

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Tags : books, ebooks, iot, learning, m, mit, programming, raspberry pi, scratch

Published On:July 31, 2016 at 03:40PM

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Why Python? In less than 60 seconds!

@tachyeonz : If you have to choose one language to learn today, choose Python! Why? Let’s see! All the major companies today are using Python. It’s the most taught language in the world currently and there’s a good reason for it.

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Tags : comparison, language, m, programming, python, use cases

Published On:November 26, 2016 at 04:56PM

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Probabilistic Programming for Anomaly Detection

@tachyeonz : The Fast Forward Labs research team is developing our next prototype, which will demonstrate an application of probabilistic programming. Probabilistic programming languages are a set of high-level languages that lower the barrier to entry for Bayesian data analysis.

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Tags : anomalous time-series, anomaly, data science, detection, m, mathematics, probability, programming, statistics

Published On:May 07, 2016 at 07:43PM

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