Author Archives: Don

We will never time travel. Period.

Time travel is possible. Theoretically anyway. Or so I’ve read. The mathematics prove it. The theory of relativity says it so. Yet no one as of today has travelled any when. No one born before today, anyway. But what if … Continue reading

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Artificial Intelligence in the News – April 2017

Artificial Intelligence is certainly a strange beast. I’ve read some really interesting articles on the subject recently on how creative and aggressive they can be. Below are the more interesting ones I’ve read. AI does Knock Knock Jokes AI Gets … Continue reading

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Learning the Basics of Machine Learning

Educating yourself on machine learning is a challenging preposition. There is so much content online that it’s easy to get fooled into reading an article that is beyond capabilities. Unfortunately, in many cases, reading and rereading this sort of content … Continue reading

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Taking on Machine Learning

About two months ago I took steps to get into the Machine Learning bandwaggon. It was tough to take that first step for many reasons. The first was the tough decision of choosing the right programming language to learn. Did … Continue reading

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The Best Scala Programming Resources

In the last few weeks that I’ve spent learning Scala I’ve discovered several amazing online resources. So much so that it made it difficult to justify purchasing a book, even though I did buy the much-recommended Programming in Scala title. … Continue reading

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How to Keep Learning

I recently saw this image while scrolling through my Facebook timeline. It’s a great list of ways to keep learning and improving. This is a particularly good list for those who are struggling for ways to improve. Or feel they’ve … Continue reading

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Four reasons to try Scala and love it

I’ve been working a lot with Scala in the last few weeks. It is an amazing programming language, to say the least. It’s terse, intuitive, unambiguous. And a real treat when you want to do stuff. It’s the programming language … Continue reading

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