Julian's Notes

There is always that moment when you hear a good song playing on the radio or in public and you just wish you could know the name of the song. If you have ever used the music recognition app, Shazam, then you are very much aware of the service it provides. With Shazam, you can […]

Category: Technology

Posted on 14 Aug, 2020

Before we can get started doing Machine Learning stuff, we need to ensure we have the right environment setup. Here’s a list of things you can do to get started coding ML: Install Git Install Python / Anaconda Get comfortable with the Command Line Install Git Git is a version control system that allows tracking […]

Category: Machine Learning

Posted on 14 Aug, 2020

The very idea of perfection is the notion that something is without blemish. This idea is not so far-fetched because, in one way or another, we encounter it in our daily lives. We as humans are used to experiencing perfection in so many ways: the song that comes on the radio and completely caters to […]

Category: Random

Posted on 12 Aug, 2020

The other day I was pondering the topic of Leadership. I can’t remember exactly why. I guess it was one of those days I allow myself to think about anything that interests me. As I took the time to reflect on the things I already know about leadership, I realized there was so much more […]

Category: Random

Posted on 1 Aug, 2020

Machine Learning is a subset of Artificial Intelligence that applies mathematical models and statistical methods to teach computers to make decisions towards achieving a goal. The term ‘Artificial Intelligence’ (or AI for short) is used to indicate some resemblance to human intelligence being exhibited by computers or machines. AI systems exhibit behaviour that mimics human […]

Category: Machine Learning

Posted on 21 Jul, 2020

Often times, multiple branches exist in a project and incorporate divergent changes. There is always need to combine these changes in a process that results in a (new or existing) branch that includes changes across the different branches. In the world of git, there are two primary routes you can take when combining changes: Merging […]

Category: DevOps

Posted on 14 Jun, 2020

To recap, a Git commit allow us save a snapshot of our project at a specific point in time. The snapshot makes it possible to retrieve the state of the project at a later time. Git starts to get interesting when you’re collaborating with other developers on a shared repository. First, you need to be […]

Category: DevOps

Posted on 31 May, 2020

Now that we have git installed locally, we can start playing around with some of the basic commands. The first thing you want to do is initialise a git repository. As far as I know, there are two ways to accomplish that: Clone an existing Repo Initialise an empty Repo Cloning an existing repo will […]

Category: DevOps

Posted on 19 May, 2020

As you progress through your software development journey, chances are you will grapple with projects that vary in complexity. While some projects can be hacked in a weekend, others might demand a much longer time due to considerable effort required in implementation. There’s hardly a relevant software project in existence that does not employ some […]

Category: DevOps

Posted on 16 May, 2020

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