It's been a while since I have posted here! For the last month or so I have:
- completed my #datascience summer school;
- came back to my full-time job;
- (temporarily) got rid of my cats, which makes my allergy much better;
- gained some experience with Python and IBM Cloud Functions in prod.
Also, during Summer School my team and I have completed amazing ML project related to NBA results prediction. Probably it's worth starting my #gopher (or even WWW) blog.
#carcamp18 just started. I earn 4th out of 7 places on the first tournament. Nine to go. Not the best start ever :(
So, initially, all the quizzes community in post-Soviet countries was developed from the "What? Where? When?" TV-game. It was released in the seventeenth and almost immediately gain huge popularity among people. The show didn't contain any kind of propaganda, and, you know, there was not a lot of options on a Soviet TV. :)
Tomorrow I am going to participate in 4-day quiz camp in Carpathian Mountains. Will anyone be interested in some report/photos from there? @cosullivan
My #Physics World article was published today, and I got to include lots of fun anecdotes of #machinelearning gone wrong. https://physicsworld.com/a/neural-networks-explained/
For some reason, #edx take away from me my "Alt+number" shortcuts and bind it to the video position change. Each time I'm on that tab I have to use my mouse to move away from it.
Are you guys using #Nextcloud? How to choose an instance to get some intro into it?
Basic goals for now -- store photos, .org-files with selective sync between several computers. I need up to 500Gb for now, will switch from Dropbox (so any export features will be appreciated).
Husband, bookworm, (un)happy owner of two cats and the allergy, English learner
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