Python neural network in 11 lines – the name is a bit misleading but nice DIY initiative. http://iamtrask.github.io/2015/07/12/basic-python-network/ Python or R – The bottom line for me is that both are tools and you should adjust the tool you use to the task. I personally feel more comfortable on Python and really glad that ideas, prototypes and […]Read more "5 interesting things (30/07/2015)"
Diversity in tech? This post describe a black woman’s experience in the Stanford Computer Science Major. As part of TOA events I went to Zalando’s diversity in tech panel last week. So I got to think about this subject for a while both from my situation – foreign women in tech, not speaking the local language and […]Read more "5 interesting things (23/07/2015)"
As part of the Berlin Tech Open Air events I want to the “Database debate” in DC Media networks. The two sides of the debate were Simon Willnauer, lead engineer of ElasticSearch and co-founder of Elasticand Carter Page, technical lead for Google BigTable. The talk was hosted by DC Media networks employee and was navigated really well with nice questions […]Read more "Database debate"
Code management tools by AWS – in the last RE:INVENT event (October 2014) Amazon said that this year they are going to focus on new tools for code management and deployment. Now they reveal those tools – https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/code-management-and-deployment/ Mail received from the closest Oak tree – I find this blig post and the whole process charming. The city […]Read more "5 interesting things (12/07/2015)"
Three Useful Python Libraries for Startups – tl;dr this post suggest Whitenoise, Phonenumbers and Pdfki as 3 important packages for startups and requests and Python-dateutil as runner-ups. IMHO, those are very strange choices. I agree with choosing requests as a package that simplify http requests and which is important to infrastructure. I expected the other […]Read more "5 interesting things (10/07/2015)"