Watch as we attempt to maintain a delicate harmony of math, engineering, and intuition to solve larger-than-life problems.
Quantifying stuff has a reputation for creating absurdities. Some would say that other methods create an equal number of absurdities, except they're just way harder to see. http://andrewgelman.com/2018/07/03/flaws-stupid-horrible-algorithm-revealed-made-numerical-predictions/
Way of thinking of regexes in a more modular, chunked way. In Clojure - someone should make a Python version with Toolz. Maybe me. https://github.com/fhur/regie/blob/master/README.md
Hey, I interviewed with comet.ml! And they didn't hire me! Cool company though. https://medium.com/comet-ml/using-fasttext-and-comet-ml-to-classify-relationships-in-knowledge-graphs-e73d27b40d67
This isn't really a tutorial on
cron in general; Better people at Linux have written way better ones than I could write. Here's one: http://mediatemple.net/blog/news/complete-beginners-guide-cron-part-1/ This is more of a code journaling exercise for a problem that I didn't find a neat-and-tidy answer to online when I was looking for it, and that I presume at least one person will encounter at some point between now and the heat death of the universe.
Let's say you've got two different Conda envs:
development. Let's say that, in addition to having different packages installed, they
Data Sciencing for Good Causes! https://projects.propublica.org/graphics/migrant-shelters-near-you
Data Sciencing for Bad Causes! https://boingboing.net/2018/06/26/software-formalities.html
Along similar lines:
part 2: https://zwischenzugs.com/2018/06/18/anatomy-of-a-linux-dns-lookup-part-ii/
Hey, sometimes the NSA does nice things - like Open Sourcing cool little tools!
Paper on the thingy this is for and why it matters (and why it certainly couldn't be used for anything nefarious!): https://arxiv.org/pdf/1509.07715.pdf
"Scalable and accurate deep learning with electronic health records" https://www.
The sooner, the better! Skynet's not gonna build itself (well, arguably it will after a certain point, but it'll take work to get it to that point! And that's also something of a philosophical question regarding self-organization and emergence). https://offspring.lifehacker.com/teach-your-kid-machine-learning-with-these-free-lessons-1826836113
Posted before, but now with updates! http://www.fharrell.com/post/stat-ml/