Day: March 1, 2021

Interesting Windows

Are there Secret Microsoft APIs in Windows 10?

A former software engineer on Windows discusses whether or not Microsoft Windows contain secret, undocumented APIs, and if so, why.

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How to easily automate boring Excel tasks with Power Query!

MyOnlineTrainingHub explains how  ower Query can automate the boring and laborious tasks of getting and cleaning data, reducing time spent on these tasks down to the click of a button. Get the files for this lesson here:

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Andrew Huberman on Sleep, Dreams, Creativity, Fasting, and Neuroplasticity

Lex Fridman interviews Andrew Huberman, a neuroscientist at Stanford.

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Machine Learning

XGBoost Made Easy

XGBoost is often the go to algorithm for most developers and has recently won several Kaggle competitions. XGBoost is an example of ensemble learning and works for both regression and classification tasks. Ensemble techniques such as bagging and boosting can offer an extremely powerful algorithm by combining a group of relatively weak/average ones. For example, […]

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Azure Containers

Autoscale applications on Kubernetes with Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaling (KEDA)

Do you want to scale your workloads on Kubernetes without having to worry about the details? Do you want to run Azure Functions anywhere and easily scale it yourself? Tom Kerkhove shows Scott Hanselman how Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaling (KEDA) makes application autoscaling dead simple. Related Links: Kubernetes Event-driven Autoscaling KEDA on GitHub Azure Functions on […]

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