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Alan Marazzi
Data Scientist @ insurance company. Machine learning, intelligence, data processing and computing in general. Wannabe data science architect
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Alan Marazzi Jun 21
Hi sorry to bother you, but I saw this and I'm not able to make it work on my side... Did you change something in the config.edn as well? Thanks, and sorry again
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Alan Marazzi Mar 2
Replying to @hardmaru @github
Well, GitHub isn't open source unfortunately.
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I Am Devloper Feb 9
I feel bad for kids who are currently learning to program by moving shapes and animating dogs as they're gonna be hit with the cold reality of real development which is copy/pasting linux commands and resolving git merge conflicts.
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Alan Marazzi Feb 7
I'm tired to explain to people I can't give them delta percentages for series starting at 0 even if I try really hard
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Alan Marazzi Feb 7
This is everything 😂
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Alan Marazzi Feb 4
Replying to @joelgrus
Though the number of piano tuners in Chicago is still high on the list
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Alan Marazzi Feb 2
Replying to @ibogost
Or, this is how it begins...
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Alan Marazzi Feb 2
Thanks to this analysis I've finally understood the limits of quantum computing. A very nice, refreshing read compared to the usual hype driven materials around the web
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Alan Marazzi Feb 2
Have you ever wondered if you could handle streaming with Flask? The answer appear to be yes!
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Alan Marazzi Feb 2
This series about coding a machine learning library from scratch with is going off pretty well
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Alan Marazzi Feb 2
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Alan Marazzi Feb 2
Replying to @internetofshit
Clear text passwords, images in a DB, who developed this? A 7 years old?
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Giorgia Lupi Feb 1
Our story is featured on the HP! So thankful! Most importantly, we are sincerely moved by the thoughtful and intimate messages we received. It wasn't easy for my friend , but now we're glad it resonates with so many other personal stories
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Alan Marazzi Feb 1
Examples of strategies to deal with missing data both in and
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Alan Marazzi Feb 1
This is great for all programmers: Functional Design Patterns in R
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Fermat's Library Jan 31
Clever algorithm to find out whether or not 2 words are anagrams
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Alan Marazzi Jan 30
This is a very nice and curated project explaining how machine learning and deep learning work
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Alan Marazzi Jan 30
How software projects got their name
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Alan Marazzi Jan 30
3.7 comes with magic baked in for the development of classes requiring less boilerplate code: dataclasses. It's still not clear to me the benfits over collections.namedtuple
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