I recently went to see the movie American Ultra, which I liked. I looked it up on Rotten Tomatoes to see what the expert feedback was for the film, and saw that it had been kicked around for being a garbage movie. Surprised by this, I tweeted about it, and got a strange reaction.
At this moment, there are exactly 604,844 registered corporations in the USA. The story of why I know that is pretty fascinating.
A couple weeks ago, I was flying to San Diego from San Fransisco airport, and I was sitting next to a young guy who was working on his laptop, doing animations for a video teaser / pow piece for a thing called Alphabet.
I’ve been arbitrarily using Twitter bootstrap for my projects for years now. This week, I cracked open the lid on Google’s design framework “material design”. The following is a comparison of the two design methodologies.
There are all sorts of “stacks” out there… MEAN, WISP, LAMP. Today, I introduce you to a new one that I’m working on. — GrEAN. It stands for Graph – Express – Angular – Node.
When you start learning about machine learning, its easy to be overwhelmed by the sheer amount of different types of machine learning there are. Here is a list of the types of algorithms that one can use, and when you should use them.
Recently, I was tasked with building a method for performing data analysis as a service, as well as building a data science team that could perform those services for various industries. So, I quickly kicked off a deep exploration of the field and the technologies available in the space. I found what I learned to be very engaging and it got me thinking not only about technical challenges in performing analysis, but also managing the process of doing data science in a business context.
Now that Serial, Season 1, is over, I’ve been thinking about some stories that would be better told in the Serial format, slowly examining one angle at a time, with the soul of the story building over time.
I work very close to a golf course, and so when weather permits, I get out there to practice on the range during the occasional lunch break. Its been about 1 year since I played my very first round of golf, and last week, I broke 80. Since the beginning, I’ve gotten my share of punishment and reward from the game, and now that I’m a decent enough golfer that its possible to play at that level, I’ll tell you what I’ve discovered about my own game, and perhaps anyone’s game at that level.