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The Future of Notebooks: Lessons from JupyterCon | Will Crichton
At JupyterCon, I learned three things: reactive notebooks are the future, Jupyter is the new Bash, and data science is a gateway drug.
notebooks  jupyter  ipython  article  python  code  computing  coolproject  data:science  datascience 
august 2018 by otlib
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PGA AM4 B350 / X370 VRM Liste Unterschiedliche Versorgungsspannungen für Prozessoren auf dem Sockel AM4: CPU VCC, die Versorgungsspannung für die
cpu  amd  motherboard  diy  hardware  computing  german 
september 2017 by otlib
Business Applications Development & Database Solutions | QuickBase
QuickBase - The fastest way to manage your business information and processes. Easy database applications when you want them. Built for teams.
computing  management  business  Applications_and_Resources  Databases  groupware  information  longtail  Online_Applications  project 
may 2017 by otlib
Windows. Ls Folder - Windows 7 Solutions - Windows 7 Help
In both the Disk Management console and the disk-management tools available via Windows setup, it can be confusing to tell which partition is which. Confusion,
windows7  microsoft  installation  folders  technology  computing  software  windows 
june 2015 by otlib
Richard Stallman’s GNU Manifesto Turns Thirty - The New Yorker
The GNU Manifesto is characteristic of its author, Richard Stallman—deceptively simple, lucid, explicitly left-leaning, and entirely uncompromising.
opensource  computing  rms  gnu  manifesto  history  license  linux  stallman  unix 
march 2015 by otlib
Which GPU(s) to Get for Deep Learning: My Experience and Advice for Using GPUs in Deep Learning | Deep Learning
I have been using GPUs for nearly two years now and for me it is again and again amazing to see how much speedup you get. Compared to CPUs 20x speedups are typical, but on larger problems one can achieve 50x speedups. With GPUs you can try out new ideas, algorithms and experiments much faster…
nvidia  gpu  cuda  hardware  computing  deeplearning  machinelearning  Machine-Learning  ML  Programming  @deep_learning  @gpu 
february 2015 by otlib
Why we still use Flash™ — Medium
Flash™ is said to be dead for a long time now. But we are still using it everyday for a lot of different things. This po…
flash  computing  programming  adobe 
january 2015 by otlib
HFT in my backyard | V | Sniper In Mahwah
It's time to finish the “HFT in my backyard” series. The last week was intense here and around me, and I think at some point it's good to keep silent. What's more, this Part V about the past and the future of data transmission needed some times to be achieved – I found too much interesting data. I think I could write…
trading  computing  communications  hft  blogpost  finance  radio  technology 
january 2015 by otlib
Our 6 TB Hard Drive Face-Off | Backblaze Blog
Backblaze is transitioning from using 4 TB hard drives to using 6 TB hard drives in the Storage Pods we will be deploying over the coming months...
backblaze  storage  hn  hdd  backups  hardware  computing 
december 2014 by otlib
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