Hello everyone, I started my new job at HyperLabel
and should now have consistent time to start posting these every week again!
Remember be kind and patient with all event hosts. Many have not done online events before and we’re all still learning!
Seattle Tech 7/13/20 - 7/19/20
Deep Learnin... Read more >>
This is a list of resources to start learning python. There are SOO many
tutorials and options so you should certainly explore more and use what
works best for you, but here are some to help get you started!
Let me know what resources you really enjoy or what should be added to this list!
If yo... Read more >>
A frequent question I get is “Where should I apply?” from people who are seeking a new tech job in Seattle.
Seattle has A LOT of companies including most of the big names you’ve heard of!
I made a list of Seattle companies or companies I’ve seen hire in Seattle or nearby as well as some compani... Read more >>
Hello everyone who attended our first Seattle Deep Learning Study Night! I hope you all had a good time meeting new people, exchanging ideas, and working on projects. I know I did!
I have collected as many of the resources and interesting things people mentioned and thought I would share them ou... Read more >>
How to find the mean
This post will cover how to find the mean (also called average) from a set of numbers. We’ll then implement a solution in the python programming language!
For this example we will find the mean for this set of numbers:
Step1: Add all the numbers together:... Read more >>
I forget a lot of things including git commands…
Here is a reference I made mostly for myself or when setting people with git & github for the first time:
The usual suspects
commands often used:
git add . add all unstaged files
git commit -m"message here" commit message
git push orig... Read more >>
List of resources for data sets:
I’ll keep this list updated as I find more resources. If you know of one that should be listed, tweet at me @sagecodes.
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This was originally an assigned project from Udacity’s full-stack nanodegree program. It seemed complicated enough to deserve a post documenting the steps taken. I hope you enjoy setting it up from scratch as much I did!
Tasks given and method for completion:
Launch your Virtual Machine wit... Read more >>