Blog articles tagged 'python'

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on 9/5/2015 3:51 AM
Earlier in the year I came across a Stanford coding assignment inspired by Andrej Bauer’s Random Art. Pictures are built using randomly chosen mathematical expressions that take an x and y value and return a colour. The implementation on Andrej’s site use[...]
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on 8/10/2014 3:20 PM
This weekend I had the pleasure of sitting on the Ocean Q&A panel at Revival 2014 in Wolverhampton. I worked at Ocean in Manchester in my early 20s on titles like Jurassic Park (PC & Amiga) and Addams Family Values (SNES & Megadrive). It was fun to remini[...]
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on 8/2/2014 11:22 AM
Last month Grant Crofton popped down from Leeds to the F#unctional Londoners meetup at Skills Matter to run a fun hands on code golf session. The idea of code golf is to implement a specific algorithm in the fewest possible characters. This is not the kin[...]
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on 2/19/2014 6:38 AM
Cloud Security, For Real This Time: Homomorphic Encryption and the Future of Data Privacy. That’s the title of my presentation at the next Central Ohio OWASP Quarterly Seminar, on 27 February at 1:00 p.m. Dan King, from Microsoft, will be talking about si[...]
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on 2/4/2014 5:21 AM
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on 1/18/2014 6:42 AM
Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been building my own parser, interpreter and compiler for Small Basic, a dialect of BASIC with only 14 keywords aimed at beginners. Despite, or perhaps because of, Small Basic’s simplicity some really fun programs have b[...]
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on 1/10/2014 10:52 PM
Early in 2012, Chris Granger - former Program Manager for Microsoft's Visual Studio product, Bay Area resident, and Clojure enthusiast - released a proof of concept video for something he called "LightTable", a radical rethinking of our traditional progr[...]
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on 9/26/2013 8:48 AM
Coursera, Udacity, MIT Open Courseware, and other such sites are useful to me because they decouple the desire to learn college-level material from the expense and regulations of earning (another) diploma. The latter isn’t compelling to me today, but the [...]
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on 8/16/2013 1:17 PM
In the last week or so I've seen a popular article and a presentation which didn’t paint the rosiest of pictures for the next generation of coders: Marc Scott’s Kids Can't Use Computers... And This Is Why It Should Worry You Brett Victor’s The Fut[...]
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on 8/13/2013 12:12 PM
I recently took a medium sized feature set with labels at work and ran it through some of the most popular machine learning platforms. The goal was to get a feel for each of them via the standard battery of regressions and evaluate each for use in further[...]
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