How deMorgan’s Theorems Can Help Programmers

Logic is an important aspect of programming and two important theorems in logic can be a big help to programmers. Basics of computer logic In software, logic is generally found in an if statement. This implements the idea that if some condition is true, then do something. For example, If the user clicks a link […]
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Curing Python Envy with ML.Net

Curing Python Envy with ML.Net In early May 2019,  Microsoft released ML.Net 1.0, marking the graduation of ML.Net from research project to Release Candidate. In contrast with many machine learning platforms, which usually provide a Python API, ML.Net, as its name suggests, provides a direct interface for code targeting .Net core, whether written in C#, […]
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C# Nullable References

The Biggest New Thing in C# for Years But hang on – haven’t reference types always been nullable? That’s absolutely right. It’s fundamental to the way a reference type works. The variable doesn’t contain the data itself, but a reference to a separate memory location where the data is stored. Thus if there’s no data, […]
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Using a Desktop Browser to Connect to Jupyter on Jetson Nano Edge Device

Tunneling to Jupyter Jupyter is a terrific development environment, but I can’t have some bloated hogbeast browser taking up a lot of RAM when I fine-tuning machine-learning code on an edge device like the NVidia Jetson Nano. The solution is actually pretty easy. Move the browser side of the Jupyter equation to a desktop. There […]
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.NET Core In-Memory Database

GIGO – Garbage In, Garbage Out. It’s a fundamental concept in software development. However high the quality of our code, if we feed in invalid data, we’ll get invalid results. And when we’re doing unit testing, we are specifically assessing the functionality of our code, not the validity of our data. As far as is […]
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