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Various tutorials in data science, hardware, and software.
Live like a time traveler and apply modern era neural networks to 1977 languages! A quick post on writing a neural network using the Awk programming language.
In a world where text messsage notifications are the new norm, sometimes it's best to setup a macro that directly feeds stakeholders your spreadsheet data so that they don't need to scour your workbooks.
Importing a STL model into Fusion 360 usually results in many faces that aren't easily workable. Quick bullets on how to correct this.
Configure your Raspberry Pi with gPhoto to automatically upload your dSLR photos to your website or cellular device
For some reason I found an absurd lack of explanations online on why certain resistors must be used on video signal lines (VGA, Scart, BNC, etc). People give a value with no real proof, so I’ve made a few notes and discoveries which I can share.
TinyCore is a great distribution - small, tidy, and very fast as it runs entirely in RAM. This shows you how to get up and running!
Quick tutorial on hitting the ground with OPL on the PS2, including adding PS1 compatibility with SMB
There is a lot to remember in data science! It touches everything from alignment, to data wranging, data analytics, storytelling and visuals. This python cheat sheet is a quick reference to get a fast boost into many of these areas.
How I like to configure my Visual Studio settings, which make much more sense than the defaults.
Some older Windows XP discs only have ATA driver support, which does not support TRIM and NCQ on SATA drives (SSDs). While these tutorials were once numerous, they are quickly fading into obscurity online; so here it is again.
Very short tutorial to embed a single Power BI page (rather than entire report), into website.
Windows XP is great for running legacy software and games as they were originally intended. This mostly focuses on getting an AMD FirePro W4300 (or W5100) running in Windows XP, which is not natively supported by the Catalyst installer.