Here’s an interesting talk from Ruby Conf 2017 by Aja Hammerly. It’s a whirlwind tour of 4 different programming languages emphasizing different programming techniques: OO, functional, logical, and procedural.
In case the last video I posted didn’t explain blockchain well enough, here’s Siraj’s take on the technology.
Jeremy Likness, and Josh Lane, discuss .NET Core and Containers: what containers are and how they fit into modern DevOps pipelines, then walk through the integrated tools in Visual Studio 2017 that assist developers with creating and debugging containers as well as publishing them to Azure via Azure Container Registry and Azure Web Apps for Containers.
Here’s a unique introduction to graph database technology from a presenter who sounds like he’s from a Quentin Tarantino movie. 🙂
Here’s a particularly interesting tutorial on Spark by Frank Kane, the other guy named Frank in Data Science. 😉
David Schwartz explains how to develop Blockchain software.
I loathe connecting to open Wi-Fi networks and, in case you think I’m being overly paranoid, watch this video from Android Authority.
In cases when I do have to connect to an open WiFi network, I fire up the VPN.
In this episode of the AI Show, machine learning is gently introduced from the standpoint of the algorithm and model. It starts with the simplest machine learning, linear regression, and ends on a dense neural network explaining the similarities in plain terms along the way to bring the audience up to speed on neural networks in a fun way. Watch this episode to discover what machine learning algorithms really are in 10 minutes or less.
Pieter Abbeel presents Learning to Learn for Robotic Control at the Neural Information Processing Systems Conference last December.