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✨🧠 The ecosystem that has grown up around @TensorFlow in the last few years blows my mind. There's just so much functionality, compared to some of the other, newer frameworks.

👉Consider this an ever-expanding thread for me to take notes + wrap my brain around products. Ready?
1) @TensorFlow Extended (TFX)

It's no secret that I 💕 #TFX and all of its tooling for deploying machine learning models into production. If you care about keeping your models up-to-date and monitoring them, you should check out the product + its paper.
2) @TensorFlow Hub

If you want to train your model on a small data set, or improve generalization, you'll need to use something called transfer learning. #TFHub modules make it easy—and are available in an #OSS marketplace:

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Some early observations about #Haskell (vs #Scala, my weapon of choice), after 24 hours of building an app with it 🙂 (thread) ...
1/10 The build tools have evolved a lot, “stack” works well. I like SBT much more, but this is only a superficial impression. The concept of a LTS release for the ecosystem is neat, as it guarantees compatibility within that set, something we should do in Scala too...
2/10 The IDE and editors are more immature, but workable. I’m using Emacs with Intero, there are also 2 IntelliJ plugins, not commercial grade though. They should take the plunge and follow the lead of the Cursive IDE (commercial Clojure plug-in)...
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Today I'm going to #rant about #haskell libraries. I'm a Haskell supporter, I think it's a great language, but that doesn't mean it doesn't have problems. Some of them are surprising and I want to talk about them.
At the end of the rant I will have tips for developers using Haskell and for libraries developers (in any language, some rules are universal) so bear with me. It's a long rant but there is a good ending ;).
A preamble first: one of the reasons why I decided to study haskell is because haskell had a good way to deal with errors and invalid inputs/states.
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learn How Compiler Works in 20 minutes…
What's the Difference Between BNF, EBNF, ABNF?…
#golang #haskell #lisp #python
this, still the best book on writing a compiler. Though, not as clear and broad as i thought.
there are thievery pdf versions online, but all code/formula are screwed. You better buy the real thing.
Dragon Book Table of Contents…
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Продолжая традицию @alphyna, это тред занимательных фактов про математику. От профессионала, понятно, по-русски, местами смешно. Поскольку \
@alphyna это математика, количество фактов = двоичному логарифму от числа ретвитов. По идее, я жду двух ретвитов, но мне сказали, что ждут. Поехали!
1. Старая русская школа считает, что математика — это искусство решения задач. Бурбаки считает целью — создать максимально широкую теорию.
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