Bloomberg presents “Foundations of Machine Learning” a training course that was initially delivered internally to the company’s software engineers as part of its “Machine Learning EDU” initiative. It is taught by David Rosenberg, a data scientist in the data science group in Office of the CTO at Bloomberg (and a top-rated instructor at NYU’s Center […]

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The WebDriver spec defines a set of interfaces and a wire protocol that are platform and language-neutral and that allow out-of-process programs to remotely control a browser in a way that emulates the actions of a real person using the browser. It is primarily intended to allow web authors to write tests that automate a […]

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Restore Privacy is a website whose mission is to give you all the information and tools you need to restore your online privacy, secure your electronic devices, unblock restricted content, and defeat censorship. Everything published on the site is honest, free of charge and open to everyone. Nothing is locked behind a paid membership wall.All […]

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Surprisingly SVN is still the commonly used version control system out there with some enterprises. However this should not hamper the developer from using all the cool features and workflows that GIT provides. GIT comes with built in support to migrate a svn repository to GIT and even better, it allows you to work with […]

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