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Computers & Technology

Featuring two television programs popular in the 1980's and 1990's: Computer Chronicles and Net Café, this library showcases videos about computing and technology. Collection topics include BBS, the Open Source movement, and Internet governance.

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Click here to see available docket information and document downloads for this case. If you need the complete docket, you should consult PACER directly. AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION, INC. et al v. PUBLIC.RESOURCE.ORG, INC. Assigned to: Judge Tanya S. Chutkan Case: 1:13-cv-01215-TSC Cause: 17:101 Copyright Infringement Date Filed: 05/23/2014 Jury Demand: Defendant Nature of Suit: 820 Copyright Jurisdiction: Federal Question
NSFW Show
by TWiT
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The episode of 1000 announcements with Scott Johnson and Brian Ibbot
Topics: twit, nsfw, Brian Brushwood, Justin Robert Young, Scott Johnson, Brian Ibbot
PyVideo.org
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**Machine Learning** is about *using the right features, to build the right models, to achieve the right tasks* [[Flach, 2012]][0] However, to come up with a definition of what actually means **right** for the problem at the hand, it is required to analyse huge amounts of data, and to evaluate the performance of different algorithms on these data. However, deriving a working machine learning solution for a given problem is far from being a *waterfall* process. It is an iterative process where...
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On May 6th, 2014, San Francisco Perl Mongers presented its first ever evening of Lightning Talks . Sponsored by and presented at the beautiful offices of Tagged , the evening featured twelve talks by ten different speakers: Fred Moyer : Ready, Set, GO: An introduction to the Go Programming Language Quinn Weaver : Semantic Versioning Eric Eslinger : Token-Based Authentication with AngularJS Daniel Lieberman : Breaking Habits (video not available due to technical glitch) Asheesh Laroia :...
Topics: lightning talks, perl, computer languages, computer programming, software development, golang,...
Computers & Technology
by VM Brasseur
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Introduction This video (as well as the slides, also contained in this item), are from VM Brasseur's How We Went Remote talk at OSCON 2014 . A high quality version of this video is available from O'Reilly Media . I suggest you check it out, since it actually looks/sounds decent. ;-) Session Description A lot of engineering teams are considering going remote now. And why not? There are excellent people everywhere. Why limit yourself only to those who can come into the office? Because you may not...
Topics: software development, management, technical management, OSCON 2014, oscon14, oscon, telecommuting,...
PyVideo.org
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Introduction =========== This talk will first introduce the audience to WebRTC and then discuss about how to implement the server side logic of a WebRTC app using Python. WebRTC is a free, open project that enables web browsers with plugin-less Real-Time Communications (RTC) capabilities via simple JavaScript APIs. What makes WebRTC special is that the data travels from one client to another without going through the server. The main functions of WebRTC can be broadly categorized into three...
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by San Francisco Perl Mongers
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Adam Kennedy is not a data scientist, but as an engineer at Kaggle he works with them during the day, and drinks with them at night. In this primer, intended to be accessible to engineers with absolutely no experience with data science topics, Adam will pragmatically introduce the field of machine learning with a focus on what areas you might want to learn, when it will work for you, and when things will go horribly horribly wrong.
Topics: perl, computer languages, computer programming, data science, machine learning, perl, computer...
PyVideo.org
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Who am I ? ========= * a programmer * a high school student * a blogger * Pythonista * and tea lover - Creator of freepythontips.wordpress.com - I made soundcloud-dl.appspot.com - I am a main contributor of youtube-dl. - I teach programming at my school to my friends. - It's my first programming related conference. - The life of a python programmer in Pakistan What this talk is about ? ================== - What is Web Scraping and its usefulness - Which libraries are available for the job -...
Want to make your home theater sound and look amazing? The THX tune-up app for Android and iOS is free to download through Feb. 3rd!
Topics: hdnation, HD Nation, revision3, rev3, Patrick Nortion, Robert Heron
PyConZA
by Neil Broers
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With the advent of the low cost Raspberry Pi computer, anyone with a soldering iron and some basic Python skills can take everyday objects and transform them into fully networked, smart devices. In this talk, I will show you how I hacked a Raspberry Pi into my home alarm system, turning my network of IP cameras into motion triggered sensors. I will show you how to build basic input and output circuits and introduce you to the RPi.GPIO Python module. We’ll talk about how you can build a...
Topics: pyconza, pyconza2014, python
PyConZA
by Adrianna Pińska
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Regular expressions are a mini-language used for pattern-matching in text. They have been a staple of the computing world for decades: they are implemented in most programming languages, form the core of several utilities, and can be found lurking in the search-and-replace functionality of any sufficiently advanced text editor. Despite their usefulness, regular expressions have developed a reputation for complexity and a steep learning curve. New programmers are often warned to steer clear of...
Topics: pyconza, pyconza2014, python
PyVideo.org
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Python is a great language for writing command-line tools - which is why so much of Linux is secretly written in Python these days. Unfortunately, what starts as a simple script can quickly get out of hand as more features are added and more people start using it! The talk will consist of a tour through various useful libraries and practical code showing how each can be used, and include advice on how to best structure simple and complex command-line tools. Things to consider when writing...
NSFW Show
by TWiT
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Topics: twit, nsfw, Brian Brushwood, Justin Robert Young, Tay Allyn
PyVideo.org
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Python has been used in educational programmes ever since. With a bandwidth that large, navigating the landscape of Python tutorials is hard indeed. This talk will look at successful Python teaching material. From the numerous iterations our material has gone through, we draw conclusions on what's crucial in teaching Python. It will introduce how the OpenTechSchool is teaching Python and what measures it found most effective in spreading programming in general and Python in particular. Among...
PyConZA
by Stefano Rivera
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This talk is aimed at people who maintain Python libraries and also users of Debian packaged libraries. (Wherever I say Debian in this abstract, it applies to Ubuntu too). The talk should explain a bit about how and why libraries are packaged in Debian, and how to help maintain (or contribute) packages you care about. We'll cover a bit of history of the Python stacks in Debian and how packaged modules are provided, and who does the work. For context, we'll take a quick detour into Debian...
Topics: pyconza, pyconza2014, python
PyVideo.org
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The best filter algorithm to fuse multiple sensor informations is the Kalman filter. To implement it for non-linear dynamic models (e.g. a car), analytic calculations for the matrices are necessary. In this talk, one can see, how the IPython Notebook and Sympy helps to develop an optimal filter to fuse sensor information from different sources (e.g. acceleration, speed and GPS position) to get an optimal estimate. more: http://balzer82.github.io/Kalman/
Topics: python, pydata, pydataberlin2014
Geek Beat TV Reviews
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Ever wish for a tablet stand that's easy to carry with you and can even slip into your pocket? We got our hands on a 3D-printed prototype of the Plinth, now on Kickstarter, and it looks like it might just be the solution to that particular problem. It folds down flat and at the touch of a button (one-handed operation!) it can go to one of three different viewing angles. The backing level on Kickstarter that will put one of these in your hands is £18 (about $30 USD). http://kck.st/1coiW57
Topics: revision3, rev3, geekbeattv, GeekBeat.TV, geekbeatreviews, Cali Lewis
The EuroPython Society
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Matt - Full Stack Python [EuroPython 2014] [22 July 2014] There has been a lot of noise about being a "full stack developer" recently. What does the full web stack look like for Python and how do you go about learning each piece? This talk will guide you up the layers from the server that handles the web request through the JavaScript that executes on a user's browser. ----- This talk distills information from the open source guide [Full Stack Python](http://www.fullstackpython.com/)...
Topics: deployment, flask, django, web stack, EuroPython2014, Python
PyVideo.org
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*(Special note: [Pythonista][1] and [Editorial][2] are designed and created **in Berlin**).* 1. Definition and history of Pythonista 2. Constraints that Apple's App Store imposes on development environments 3. Pythonista User Experience and [Community Forum][3] 4. [iOS-specific modules][4]: contacts, Dropbox, location, notification, photo, scene, sound, speech 5. Source code demonstrations * GPS: Combine location and requests to deliver local weather in real-time * Image: Use photo and PIL to...
PyConZA
by Johann du Toit
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Millions of people read news monthly, and news tend to happen in bursts. The ideal infrastructure is able to scale up or down as soon as needed and provide a way to let you proactively manage your servers rather than reactively, which in the media game is a deal breaker. It gets even worse when you're running most of the local publication sites, including some big name players. Focusing on the infrastructure we built, using Salt for management; give insight into the news game and provide...
Topics: pyconza, pyconza2014, python
PyConZA
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Python is great language for developing software that works well in a short time-span. The ability to produce code quickly that is of a reasonable quality is very important in a work environment where productivity is of extreme importance. It would thus seem to be very well suited for usage in a start-up environment. Is this really the case though? Here at Springlab we've been using Python to develop our product, an online platform for locating and booking with medical practitioners, since day...
Topics: pyconza, pyconza2014, python
Computers & Technology
by VM Brasseur
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A recording of a presentation from Open Source Bridge 2014 . The slides are also included. With tens of millions of items in its collections, Internet Archive is one of the largest libraries in the world. It provides free and open access to all of its materials to anyone with an internet connection, making it a treasure trove for researchers, historians, and curious individuals. Of course, having a collection that large doesn’t help anyone if it’s difficult to access. To help with this,...
Topics: internet archive, wayback machine, open library, ias3, ias3api, ia-wrapper, computer programming,...
We review Samsung's new BD-H6500: it delivers a ton of features, and some serious scaling, for a price.
Topics: hdnation, HD Nation, revision3, rev3, Patrick Nortion, Robert Heron
Kafka is a distributed, persistent, replicated publish-subscribe system which can be used for variety of use cases like activity stream processing, log collection etc. The design philosophy of Kafka is such that it enables real-time processing. Storm is a high-volume, continuous, reliable stream processing system developed at BackType and open-sourced by Twitter. Storm is being widely used in lot of organizations and has variety of uses-cases like: * Realtime analytics * Distributed RPC * ETL...
PyConZA
by Albert Nel
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Python is such a beautiful language, and is used as a scripting language in many open source graphical applications. By using the power of Python within Blender, we can easily automate so many things, and make long tedious tasks seem like child's play. In this talk I wanted to share a few real world examples where I used Python to do something that would otherwise be impossible (Or just take too long!) At first, we will take a quick look at the API, and how to get started. Here we will look at...
Topics: pyconza, pyconza2014, python
PyVideo.org
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The Python DB-API 2.0 provides a direct interface to many popular database backends. It makes interaction with relational database very straight forward and allows tapping into the full set of features these databases provide. The talk will cover advanced database topics which are relevant in production environments such as locks, distributed transactions and transaction isolation. ---- The talk will give an in-depth discussion of advanced database programming topics based on the Python DB-API...
sfperlmongers
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This talk will take you on a journey from an old, badly understood, insecure and hard to maintain infrastructure to a new, shiny well known, well tested, automated and secure replacement - a transition made using lxc containers and docker.io . Starting with a gentle introduction to docker and lxc, it'll move on to discussing how to use them to take control of and audit an organically grown environment. Topics covered will include: how to design a container based architecture how (or if) to run...
Topics: docker, perl, computer languages, system administration, virtualization, computer programming,...
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Louis Erickson, an Silicon Valley Perl Monger , will be joining us to present Cross Platform Perl, something about which we all should learn more. The slides and all code examples for this talk are available on GitHub .
Topics: perl, computer languages, computer programming, software development, Microsoft Windows, Linux,...
PyVideo.org
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We present the Shogun Machine Learning Toolbox, a unified framework for Machine Learning algorithms. Machine Learning (ML) is the art of finding structure in data in an automated way and has given rise to a wide range of applications such as recommendation systems, object recognition, brain-computer interfaces, robotics, predicting stock prices, etc. Our toolbox offers extensive bindings with other software and computing languages, Python being the major target. The library was initiated in...
The Electric Playground
by Greedy Productions Ltd.
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We learn more about the heroes and villains in Captain America: The Winter Soldier; Shaun gets ready for Game of Thrones: Season Four with a look back at his favorite interviews with the people behind the show; we’ve got more fantasy with a new look at The Elder Scrolls Online; Vic and Marissa unleash the wrath of god in their review of Noah; and finally, Shaun has a preview of the new game Disney Magical World for the 3DS.
Topics: The Electric Playground, EP Daily, Victor Lucas, Briana McIvor, Scott C. Jones, Jose Sanchez, Miri...
PyConZA
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Apache Spark is a fast and general engine for large-scale, distributed data processing. It offers high-level APIs in Java, Scala and Python as well as a rich set of libraries including stream processing, machine learning, and graph analytics. Spark is currently one of the most exciting and fastest-growing Apache open source projects. This talk will give an overview of the Apache Spark project and introduce the basics of PySpark, the Python API for Spark. It will then dive a little deeper into...
Topics: pyconza, pyconza2014, python
PyVideo.org
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The Cython compiler is the most widely used static compiler for Python. The code it generates is used in countless critical applications that process huge amounts of data world wide. Cython has two major use cases: to compile Python code into fast native extension modules, and to connect native code to the CPython runtime. The main goal of the Cython project is to make it easy for users to manually optimise their Python code to make it run at C speed. This talk by one of the core developers...
Geek Beat TV Reviews
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We love sit-stand desks at the Geek House, so when we had a chance to try out the Jarvis Desk from Ergo Depot we were all over it. The Jarvis Desk is a heavy duty desk that will hold (and lift) up to 350 pounds. The control panel allows you to program up to four preset heights, and the height range is between 25.5 inches and 51 inches, with a movement speed of 1.5 inches per second. If you're thinking about a sit stand desk you should definitely take a look at the Jarvis Desk.
Topics: revision3, rev3, geekbeattv, GeekBeat.TV, geekbeatreviews, Cali Lewis
PyConZA
by Vinod Kurup
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Using RapidSMS to power democracy in Libya. As web developers, we often think of the web as being a ubiquitous resource, available to everyone. The truth is that there are still large groups of people who have either limited or no web access. In addition, there are people who have excellent web access, yet still prefer to use simpler tools to connect to others. How can we reach these groups of people? While not perfectly ubiquitous, SMS technology is much more widespread, especially in areas...
Topics: pyconza, pyconza2014, python
One of the ways that changes enter the Python language is via their prior discussion on the python-ideas mailing list. Many core contributors read and contribute to this list, some do not, and a large number of other interested Python programmers also participate in the discussion. A recurring element of these fascinating discussions is that ideas which seem compelling at first blush, upon deeper discussion reveal the greater wisdom of doing things just the way Python already does. Not always,...
Topics: pyconza, pyconza2014, python
Computers & Technology
by VM Brasseur
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Introduction This video (as well as the slides, also contained in this item), are from VM Brasseur's Crash Course in Tech Management talk at OSCON 2014 . A high quality version of this video is available from O'Reilly Media . I suggest you check it out, since it actually looks/sounds decent. ;-) Session Description “Wow, are you ever a great programmer! You’re such a great programmer that we’re going to make you a manager!” A promotion! Calloo! Callay! Except…the truth of the matter...
Topics: software development, management, technical management, OSCON 2014, oscon14, oscon
PyVideo.org
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Experiences from building a recommendation engine for patent search using pythonic NLP and topic modeling tools such as Gensim.
Topics: python, pydata, pydataberlin2014
PopTech
by PopTech
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Animation pioneer and filmmaker Bob Sabiston tells a story about turning down Steve Jobs three times over the course of two decades as he moved from self-described arrogant young programmer to Austin "slacker" to accomplished filmmaker to bourgeoning app developer, all while maintaining a fierce independence and sense of vision.
Topics: PopTech, PopCasts, Technology, Engineering, Entertainment, Innovation, PopTech 2014, Stories
How we created a scalable mass VM hosting for open source web apps with python, LXC and linux with a web-UI based on django and angularjs. We'll show the underlying architecture of this service, several linux internals that make this possible and we'll talk about bitter failure during development. This talk will be python- and linux-centric with some hints for integrating angularjs into django.
PyConZA
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Graduating from a 90% male computer science class, to an initially 100% male software development team, finally allowed me to realise that there is a dire lack of women in the computer science field. Entering this industry in a minority invokes initial feelings of the need to constantly prove oneself and one's capabilities – normally this puts one at an immediate disadvantage. However, given the correct circumstances, surrounding environments and attitudes, these adverse feelings can quickly...
Topics: pyconza, pyconza2014, python
PyConZA
by Jeremy Thurgood
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Automated tests are an important part of any software project, but they're often hard to work with. Good test code should be written with its own set of priorities and is sufficiently different from non-test code that many standard programming practices are unsuitable. I have spent many years writing (and reading) tests of varying quality and have learned quite a lot from the experience. I hope to share some of that experience and help to remove some of the pain usually associated with writing...
Topics: pyconza, pyconza2014, python
Watch out Chromecast, here comes Roku's new Streaming Stick!
Topics: hdnation, HD Nation, revision3, rev3, Patrick Nortion, Robert Heron
PyVideo.org
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Probabilistic Programming allows flexible specification of statistical models to gain insight from data. Estimation of best fitting parameter values, as well as uncertainty in these estimations, can be automated by sampling algorithms like Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC). The high interpretability and flexibility of this approach has lead to a huge paradigm shift in scientific fields ranging from Cognitive Science to Data Science and Quantitative Finance. PyMC3 is a new Python module that...
Tweakers
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&lt;p&gt;Windows 8 bracht&nbsp;een grote scheiding tussen de traditionele Windows-omgeving en de nieuwe Modern UI-interface met zich mee. Windows 8.1 stond grotendeels in het teken van het overbruggen van die scheiding, zodat gebruikers niet continu het idee hadden van de ene omgeving naar een totaal&nbsp;andere geslingerd te worden. De update van Windows 8.1 gaat verder op deze weg; belangrijke wijzigingen betreffen elementen van de desktopomgeving die in het nieuwe Start-menu...
Topics: tweakers, 8902
Computers & Technology
by VM Brasseur
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Managing is a skill which you can master just as you did programming. This session will introduce you to many of the skills and resources you’ll need to become a successful tech manager (and keep your team from wanting to string you up). The slides for this talk are also available in this item. Please see the included PDF. ‘Programmer’ and ‘Manager’ are two different titles for a reason: they’re two different jobs and skill sets. If you have managerial aspirations (or have had them...
Topics: software development, management, technical management, Open Source Bridge 2014, osb14
The EuroPython Society
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ssc - Event discrete simulation with SimPy [EuroPython 2014] [25 July 2014] Often, experiments with real world systems are high-risk, accompanied by high costs or not even possible at all. That’s when simulations come into play. This talk will give a brief introduction into the topic of simulation. By means of simple examples, it will demonstrate how you can use SimPy to implement event-discrete simulations and which features SimPy offers to help you doing that. ----- Simulation is important...
Topics: simpy, event-discrete, time-discrete, event-loop, generators, simulation, EuroPython2014, Python
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Topics: hdnation, HD Nation, revision3, rev3, Patrick Nortion, Robert Heron
PyVideo.org
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A new class of cheap consumer EEG devices allows ordinary hackers and even high school students a glimpse into the human brain. This talk will present how to use the "Neurosky Mindwave" headset with python software, and lay out the basic scientific and technical background. The Mindwave Mobile is a device that can be easily talked to using bluetooth, and it talks a binary protocol which is specifically designed to be useful without much computing power in the receiving device or...
PyConZA
by Nickolas Grigoriadis
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We all know writing documentation is an arduous exercise. We all know how useless and frustrating out-of-date or just plain incorrect documentation is. In this talk I'd like to demonstrate how Python can help make writing documentation, keeping it up-to-date and verifying its validity. It can be surprising what happens when other people discover your little-but-well-documented API. Python has several built-in concepts and standard tools to help making this easier, such as docstrings, help(),...
Topics: pyconza, pyconza2014, python
Tech News Today
by TWiT
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50 Cent behind new earbuds that measure your heart rate.
Topics: twit, tech-news-today, tnt, Mike Elgan, Christina Warren, Jason Howell
PyConZA
by Tobie Nortje
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The IPython Notebook is a browser-based interactive computational environment in which you can combine code execution, text, mathematics, plots and rich media into a single document. Notebooks are text files that can be shared with colleagues, converted to other formats such as HTML, PDF, etc.
Topics: pyconza, pyconza2014, python
An awesome moment happened during the Geek House Grand Opening when Leo Laporte, Alex Lindsay and Dan Pidgeon joined us for the big show. We talked with Leo and Alex about the growth of tech video on the web, and how things have changed since the "old days", and Dan took a break from his vacation to come see our new home.
Topics: revision3, rev3, geekbeattv, GeekBeat.TV, geekbeatreviews, Cali Lewis
Computers & Technology
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Originally presented at Open Source Bridge 2013 and re-presented/recorded on the Unconference Day at Open Source Bridge 2014 . The slides are also available in this item. Please see the included PDF file. Projects fail in droves. Up to 90% of new businesses fail within 10 years. Screws fall out all the time; the world is an imperfect place. Just because it happens doesn’t mean we can’t do our best to prevent it or—at the very least—to minimize the damage when it does. As a matter of...
Topics: failure, business, project management, Open Source Bridge 2014, osb14
PyConZA
by Allison Randal
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Any decent textbook on astrophysics starts with a historical prologue running something like this: "Once upon a time, we believed the earth was flat. We were wrong. Once upon a time, we believed the sun rotated around the earth. We were wrong." It's a shame that computer science textbooks don't start the same way: "Once upon a time, we believed that all computer languages would be statically compiled. We were wrong. Once upon a time, we believed that execution would always be...
Topics: pyconza, pyconza2014, python
sfperlmongers
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Mike Friedman (aka @friedo ) is back from New York with another great talk for us: MongoDB's dynamic aggregation framework allows users to filter documents through arbitrary pipelines of powerful operators. It's like a Unix pipeline, but for structured big-data documents instead of text. This talk explains the aggregation framework and examines three real-world examples using real data sets and Perl.
Topics: perl, computer languages, computer programming, software development, MongoDB, NoSQL, databases
PyVideo.org
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For data, and data science, to be the fuel of the 21th century, data driven applications should not be confined to dashboards and static analyses. Instead they should be the driver of the organizations that own or generates the data. Most of these applications are web-based and require real-time access to the data. However, many Big Data analyses and tools are inherently batch-driven and not well suited for real-time and performance-critical connections with applications. Trade-offs become...
Topics: python, pydata, pydataberlin2014
Tweakers
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&lt;p&gt;Offici&euml;le trailer van Rust.&lt;/p&gt;
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Geek Beat TV Reviews
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The Apple TV is a very handy device for streaming stuff from your Mac to your TV. But what if you want to do that from a Windows computer? Well, you might be out of luck. Unless you use AirParrot, an awesome app for Windows or Mac that makes screen mirroring to your Apple TV easy! It even adds options on a Mac that aren't available in OS X! This is a must-have app if you use an Apple TV!
Topics: revision3, rev3, geekbeattv, GeekBeat.TV, geekbeatreviews, Cali Lewis
Tweakers
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&lt;p&gt;De korte versie van de trailer die Warner Bros. heeft vrijgegeven voor de game Mad Max.&lt;/p&gt;
Topics: tweakers, 9007
Internet Events
by Carl Malamud
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Testimony of Carl Malamud before the House Judiciary Committee. Hearings on Revisions of the Copyright Act. The full testimony is also available here and full video for the hearing is available here.
Topics: public safety, copyright, judiciary
The Electric Playground
by Greedy Productions Ltd.
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We go behind the scenes of the new season of Hannibal with Laurence Fishburne and Mads Mikkelsen; Scott gives us more of his Oscar predictions; Shaun takes a look at what new toys Mezco has in the works; Vic and Scott review the last DLC for The Last of Us; and finally, Shaun gets his hands on the new Skylanders that are coming to Swap Force.
Topics: The Electric Playground, EP Daily, Victor Lucas, Briana McIvor, Scott C. Jones, Jose Sanchez, Miri...
Windows 10 Technical Preview is here! Using Google Voice to make unlimited calls. The best universal remote, free disk imaging, and are restaurant credit card machines safe to use?
Topics: tekzilla, revision3, rev3, Patrick Norton, Shannon Morse, Michael Hand
The Ben Heck Show
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Ben creates a motorized web camera using the Raspberry Pi.
Topics: revision3, rev3, tbhs, The Ben Heck Show, Ben Heck
The Electric Playground
by Greedy Productions Ltd.
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We go behind the scenes of 300: Rise of an Empire and The Grand Budapest Hotel; Shaun tells us about the new Blu-rays landing this week in the Sonar; Vic and Scott review the videogame adaptation of The Lego Movie; and finally, Shaun gets his hands on the Korg tinyPiano.
Topics: The Electric Playground, EP Daily, Victor Lucas, Briana McIvor, Scott C. Jones, Jose Sanchez, Miri...
The Electric Playground
by Greedy Productions Ltd.
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Jose gets an early look at how players will be able to use the Batmobile in Batman: Arkham Knight; Marissa wraps her head around the brain-sensing Muse headband; Victor tells us about the new movies flooding theatres this week in the Sonar; Vic and Scott take a new look at Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World on Blu-ray; and finally, Marissa heads to ILM Vancouver, the visual effects studio working on Star Wars: Episode VII.
Topics: The Electric Playground, EP Daily, Victor Lucas, Briana McIvor, Scott C. Jones, Jose Sanchez, Miri...
PyVideo.org
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This talk will give a basic introduction to the pySPACE framework and its current applications. pySPACE (Signal Processing And Classification Environment) is a modular software for the processing of large data streams that has been specifically designed to enable distributed execution and empirical evaluation of signal processing chains. Various signal processing algorithms (so called nodes) are available within the software, from finite impulse response filters over data-dependent spatial...
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The Electric Playground
by Greedy Productions Ltd.
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Jose finds out how everything is being improved in The Amazing Spider-Man 2; we go behind the scenes of Marvel’s gritty new movie Captain America: The Winter Soldier; Shaun gets a new look at how you’ll be able to create your own games in Microsoft’s Project Spark; Raju and Shaun review the survival horror game Outlast on the PS4; and finally, Victor tells you everything you need to know about our new online destination epn.tv
Topics: The Electric Playground, EP Daily, Victor Lucas, Briana McIvor, Scott C. Jones, Jose Sanchez, Miri...
The EuroPython Society
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Valerio Maggio - Scikit-learn to "learn them all" [EuroPython 2014] [24 July 2014] Scikit-learn is a powerful library, providing implementations for many of the most popular machine learning algorithms. This talk will provide an overview of the "batteries" included in Scikit-learn, along with working code examples and internal insights, in order to get the best for our machine learning code. ----- **Machine Learning** is about *using the right features, to build the right...
Topics: machine learning, scikit-learn, scipy, numpy, matplotlib, EuroPython2014, Python
PopTech
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Biological anthropologist Helen Fisher walks us through the biology of love. From the importance of one-night stands to the solidity of marriage, Fisher shreds the common wisdom of what love is and isn't in the 21st century.
Topics: PopTech, PopCasts, Science, Biology, Brain, PopTech 2014
PopTech
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Celebrity DJ and Rasa Living founder Donna D.Cruz leads the PopTech audience on a dip into bliss during this meditative interlude.
Topics: PopTech, PopCasts, Entertainment, Mind, PopTech 2014
PyConZA
by Carel van Gend; Briehan Lombaard
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Astronomy in South Africa has a long and illustrious history. In addition to the premier, 10-m Southern Africa Large Telescope (SALT) , there are a number of small- and medium-sized telescopes hosted at the South African Astronomical Observatory that still produce a great deal of valuable data. We'd like to show how we're using new instruments and the nimbleness of Python to bring seventy-year-old telescopes into the 21st century. Our long-term goal is to have the telescopes and associated...
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PyVideo.org
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Scikit-Learn (http://scikit-learn.org/) is a well-known and popular framework for machine learning that is used by Data Scientists all over the world. We show in a practical way how you can add your own estimator following the interfaces of Scikit-Learn. First we give a small introduction to the design of Scikit-Learn and its inner workings. Then we show how easily Scikit-Learn can be extended by creating an own estimator. In order to demonstrate this, we extend Scikit-Learn by the popular and...
Today's is a special episode of Tekzilla! We've rounded up all of our favorite people in one place for a Guestapalooza.
Topics: tekzilla, revision3, rev3, Patrick Norton, Shannon Morse, Jessica Corbin, Robert Heron, Roger...
Geek Beat TV Reviews
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How exciting can a TV stand be? Well, that depends on what the TV stand can do. The Neo-Flex MediaCenter from Ergotron is a beautifully designed and styled stand with some nice features that help you position the screen however you want it.
Topics: revision3, rev3, geekbeattv, GeekBeat.TV, geekbeatreviews, Cali Lewis, John Pozadzides
Don't buy that Apple! iPads & Macs Coming. The best Android phones under $400. Using international SIM cards, runnning HDMI & USB over long distances, the best tools to sync music on Android, and more!
Topics: tekzilla, revision3, rev3, Patrick Norton, Shannon Morse, Tom Merritt