Month: December 2018

  • Coursera Stanford Machine Learning Course

    I just signed up to take the Stanford Machine Learning Course for free on Coursera. Anyone who wants to take the course with me is welcome to join me over here: https://www.coursera.org/learn/machine-learning. They are only accepting enrollments until January 12th I think it said so not much time left to sign up.

  • 2018 Year End Review

    Recap for 2018 As is my tradition it is time to review 2018 and see how my year unfolded. The first thing that I always do is review my themes for the year and see how many of them I hit. In general 2018 was an interesting year. The year started out with me on […]

  • Site Upgrade

    I decided to upgrade my site to the new version of Ubuntu as I haven’t done that for a couple of years. It is always a nice thing to work on when I am on vacation as it is the sort of thing that I don’t really get around to normally when I am busy. […]

  • Reactive Streams Talk

    Of all the regular conference speakers on the Java circuit Venkat is my favorite. He has the ability to break down complex topics and make them very simple to understand. In addition to all of that he also shows you why you should care, and how whatever he is presenting can make your development life […]

  • Google Kubernetes Engine

    Introduction I have been messing around with Google Kubernetes Engine for the last few weeks now (as we are deploying my new app to it) and I have to say overall I am impressed. There has been a lot of talk about Kubernetes for a while and at first I was wondering if it was […]