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Hamsters on a Train and Gelato.io, Ember.js London Meetup Reconvenes

Hamsters on a Train and Gelato.io, Ember.js London Meetup Reconvenes

Nik Wakelin talks about why he chose Ember.js for his startup, gelato.io, a tool for getting awesome API documentation to attract the attentions of more developers. This talk, at March’s incarnation of Ember London Meetup is a reference to Wakelin’s journey all the way from New Zealand to London which comprised a huge segment by train from Shanghai to London. ...

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Applying Natural Language Parsing to Ruby Code – Ruby on Ales, Hsing-Hui Hsu

Applying Natural Language Parsing to Ruby Code – Ruby on Ales

Seattle RailsBridge Meetup group was formed with RailsBridge’s goal of increasing gender diversity in the Rails community whilst conducting workshops primarily aimed at helping women learn and improve with Ruby and Ruby on Rails from all levels of knowledge, from ‘I have no idea’ to ‘not another recruiter email’. The philosophy is that the cross section of backgrounds of people making ...

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Deep Learning for Self Driving Cars With a 2.3 Teraflop Motherboard, NVidia’s Drive PX

Deep Learning for Self Driving Cars With 2.3 Teraflops, 2015 GPU Technology Conference

Jen-Hsun Huang, CEO and Co-founder of Santa Clara based GPU manufacturer Nvidia presented at this week’s GPU Technology Conference in Silicon Valley, explaining how deep learning will allow manufacturers to develop self driving cars and talks specifically about their Drive PX platform which will allow for sophisticated structure-from-motion and advanced stitching for better image rendering. Huang believes that the big bang of ...

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Upcoming Live Docker Online Meetup Featuring Kitematic for Mac Docker Container Management

Upcoming Live Docker Online Meetup Featuring Kitematic for Mac Docker Container Management

Kitematic is an installer to set up Docker on your Mac whilst also providing a GUI which allows you to easily run and manage containers. The project, which was launched in late 2014, has recently been merged into the Docker project and has since gained fantastic momentum from the community with more than 2000 stars on GitHub on top of ...

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Why Developers Should Champion Change, LinkedIn Engineering Culture – Erran Berger, Head of Engineering, LinkedIn

Why Developers Should Champion Change, LinkedIn Engineering Culture – Erran Berger, Head of Engineering, LinkedIn

LinkedIn was already a mature organisation by any standard when Erran Berger joined in 2009. Six years later, now as Head of Engineering, he has seen the company swell to nearly 7,000 employees during which time he has seen LinkedIn navigate through exponential growth whilst maintaining a stable engineering culture which has been able to solve the challenges which the vast ...

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Q&A Session With Google’s Angular.js Team Including Transcript and Angular 2.0 Questions

Q&A Session With Google’s Angular.js Team Including Transcript and Angular 2.0 Questions

Ng-Conf last week served up a buffet of talks across three days at the Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City including this Q&A Session with Google’s Angular.js team. I thought since I have had several requests for transcripts on videos and this series was closed captioned, I have edited the transcript below the video for people to pick the ...

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How to Make Your Open Source Project Thrive – Andrey Petrov

How to Make Your Open Source Project Thrive – Andrey Petrov

What Andrey Petrov talked about at GoSF Meetup is solid advice, not only in relation to making an open source project thrive but also in being applied to wider marketing and reputation of tools, products and personal branding. Petrov is the author of several successful open source projects such as the Python HTTP Library Urllib3 and SSH Chat and he explains in ...

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Nurture and Grow: The Power of Having a Mentor – Guy Gershoni, Melbourne IT

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Guy Gershoni is the type of mentor most Computer Science graduates can only dream of working with. His disposition is hugely positive and when you meet him, it doesn’t take long to realise that he not only has a very firm grasp on technology but also keeps his own mind wide open. After his own graduation, Guy worked at Slangsoft, ...

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A Lightning Introduction to io.js, BayNode Meetup, Tony Pujals

A Lightening Introduction to io.js, BayNode Meetup, Tony Pujals

Tony Pujals gave this talk at Baynode Meetup last week as part of Node night, explaining where io.js has come from with it’s key features in the shadow of a potential reconciliation between the Node.j and io.js projects and how it was started by contributors to Node as a completely community driven project which has listened to what the community wants in ...

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Google Deepmind Slowly Picking The Locks of Deep Learning

Google Deepmind Slowly Unpicking The Lock Towards Quicksand Of Deep Learning

There is every chance that the billions of us providing behavioural data to giants like Google and Facebook might be sleepwalking straight through the single most pivotal period in technological and industrial advancement. We only ever needed to look inside ourselves for the tools, quite literally, through modelling of the brains highly complex and often unpredictable neural networks. Google are acutely ...

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