Celery best practices – python celery package is on my “todo list” once I have a relevant task. However, some of the thoughts and ideas which are talked about in this post are more general regarding software engineering. https://denibertovic.com/posts/celery-best-practices/ Keep calm and learn d3.js – d3.js is also something which is on my “todo list”. I used […]Read more "5 interesting things (23/6/2014)"
Yesterday I attended the “Andrew Ng and pyStruct” meetup. http://www.meetup.com/berlin-machine-learning/events/179264562/ I was lucky enough to get a place to the meetup due to the Germany-Portugal game that happened on the same time 🙂 The first part by Andrew Ng was a video meetup joint to 3 locations – Paris, Zurich and Berlin. Andrew Ng is a co-founder […]Read more "Andrew Ng and PyStruct meetup"
My little helper – search engine for code examples and use cases. I haven’t yet tried that “live” when I needed something, but I hope I will remember it next time. https://sourcegraph.com/ Httpie and Percol – two unrelated tools but I see a lot of similarity between them as they try to change the common way we […]Read more "5 interesting things (14/6/2014)"
Data scientist are said to have better development knowledge than the average statistician and better statistic knowledge than the average developer. However, together with those skills one also needs marketing skills – the ability to communicate your, no so simple job and results to other people. Those people can be the CTO or VP R&D, […]Read more "Visualization – Data scientist toolkit"
Tell me your name and I’ll tell you your age – playing with data and a conditioned distribution http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/how-to-tell-someones-age-when-all-you-know-is-her-name/ Analysis of Over 2,000 Computer Science Professors at Top Universities – while this data is interesting I would say that it is only an introduction. It is not an anthropological study but it is still curious to […]Read more "5 interesting things (2/6/2014)"