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Rich Trott
I create software, rock operas, and pizzas. I am a member of the Node.js Technical Steering Committee and work at UCSF. he/him
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Rich Trott 7h
I was learning ML basics as I was making this. I used because the introductory videos clicked pretty quickly for me. They are--and I mean this in the best possible way--totally goofy and that might have helped me with comfort and comprehension.
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Rich Trott Jul 2
The idea was spurred by when they posted about quarantine food. Read their blog posts at .
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Rich Trott Jul 1
Replying to @NBKMyHero
I downloaded a few hundred photos from recipe web pages and had her identify them as "yuck" or "yum" (or "not sure"). Not a large enough sample for "real" uses, but seems to be plenty for something silly like this.
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Rich Trott Jul 1
Replying to @Arpit601 @bexxmodd
This is not enough for statistically valid training, but it's surprising how well it does just with this. Lots of misses and I would never recommend using this for anything other than fun. But I'm impressed. I expected basically random output, and it's not that at all.
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Rich Trott Jul 1
Replying to @Arpit601 @bexxmodd
I downloaded a few hundred photos from recipe web pages and had her identify them as "yuck" or "yum" (or "not sure"). And since I'm making food for her all the time, I know a lot of items I don't need to ask her about. Corn on the cob? That's a yum. Steak? Full yuck.
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Rich Trott Jul 1
I trained a machine learning model to determine whether my daughter will like a recipe based on the photo of the food, and it's pretty spot on.
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Rich Trott Jun 30
nvm install 14.5.0 New current version of . Thanks , who did all the release work, and the many many others who contributed to tests and docs and core library code and other things I'm forgetting. 🎉
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Rich Trott Jun 30
New LTS release thanks to and a cast of hundreds or maybe thousands. Let's just say hundreds of thousands and call it good. nvm install 12.18.2
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Rich Trott Jun 28
Fair point.
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Rich Trott Jun 27
Which version of to pick probably warrants its own doc. (We may even have one.) But a rule of thumb is: "When in doubt, run the most recent LTS release." At the current time, that would be 12.x.
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Rich Trott Jun 25
Here it is! My Dinner With !
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Rich Trott Jun 25
Life is far too short for petty gatekeeping.
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Rich Trott Jun 25
The title of this video should be "I'm jealous I didn't think of these npm packages myself" or "Whimsical packages that keep Node.js fun".
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Rich Trott Jun 25
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committers can change the CI from red to green. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.
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Rich Trott Jun 24
Gonna do it. Once Wanda is asleep, in another hour or so, My Dinner With Andre viewing begins!
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Trivikram Jun 24
Now at , We'd Like To Level With You About Node.js by Rick Trott () and Anna Henningsen () A talk on where current internal implementations fall short, and what might be done about the issues.
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Rich Trott Jun 24
Re-upping this, since it's airing now!
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Byron Woodfork Jun 24
Anyone out there interested in giving a talk for ? We've gotten a lot of requests for ways to improve your job interview skills as a software dev. So anything in that category would be dope.
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Rich Trott Jun 24
Replying to @MichelleObama
As noted about powerful people, don't assume these people are smart.
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Rich Trott Jun 24
Replying to @trott
Bolton occupied (and continues to occupy) a position of tremendous power and privilege in the US and the world. And yet he fails so miserably on the easiest and most obvious test of judgment and character.
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