Starting a Podcast on IoT

Reflections on Podcasting & the AIoT Thank you for reading about all the latest things going on with myself and our team at Lab651! As many of you may not know, it has been more than a year since I took on the initiative of creating my first podcast – “Conversation on Applied AI” and…

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Since Starting My Podcast | Justin Grammens | #30DaysofLearning

Starting a Podcast

Since my last blog post on creating the Conversations on Applied AI Podcast, I have now recorded numerous episodes, 6 of which are public with 2 more being mixed and mastered this coming week. It’s been quite a learning experience! I’ve loved the time that I’ve spent talking with fellow Artificial Intelligence enthusiasts and practitioners.…

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Generating Bad Movie Reviews with TensorFlow: Part 2 | Nathan Salazar | #30DaysofLearning

Generating Bad Movie Reviews with Tensorflow 2

In my last blog post, we discussed how to generate bad movie reviews using a text generator, where the input data was based on sequences of words. But you can also generate text by using an input sequence of individual characters, with a character-based RNN. This is particularly useful when trying to generate text that…

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Leadership Tactics, Humility | Troy Pongratz | #30DaysofLearning

Part 1 & Part 2 Humility Leaders cannot lead from a tower.  They need to get down and put their boots on the ground. They need to get the best information possible to help them make decisions.  Good information can come from anybody.  If there is a problem with a manufacturing line and an engineer…

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Game Theory | Robert Waddell | #30DaysofLearning

Game Theory

An Introductory Course on Game Theory After listening to enough Freakonomics and other podcasts I figured it would be interesting to learn a little more about Game Theory.  Plus I couldn’t find any free beer sommelier classes. Introduction to Game Theory or Never Go Against a Sicilian When DEATH is on the Line! After hearing…

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Using My Time More Efficiently | Ryan Inman | #30DaysOfLearning

There are 168 hours in a week and you feel as though you’re always busy. Try as you may, you can’t add any hours to a week unless it’s daylight savings and even then you have to pay that back later in the year. What are your options to redeem the time? Quit your job…

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Returning to React Native: “Loading dependency graph…” forever. | Jake Berendes | #30DaysOfLearning

can we go home yet side-eye meme

If you are new to React Native or coming back to it after having been away for a while, this five or so minute read will likely save you a couple days of agony. The promises React Native offers are great but when the “Getting Started” didn’t actually get me anywhere I had to investigate. I hope to save you from that pain and keep you from giving up entirely on React Native.

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Where Did All My Time Go? | Ryan Inman | #30DaysofLearning

When we were all ordered to shelter in place back in March, I thought that I would have plenty of extra time on my hands. My commute time was down to zero, social gatherings are canceled and I can work from the comfort of my home and set my own schedule. In theory, extended work from home sounds like an introvert’s dream, right? So why did I feel less productive, less motivated, and also have less free time?

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Leadership Tactics | Troy Pongratz | #30DaysofLearning

The Good Bits Book: Leadership Strategy and TacticsAuthor: Jocko Willink “You can never rest on what you have accomplished in the past, you always need to improve for today”. Jocko Willink Leadership has been more of interest to me as of late so I have read a number of books on the subject.  Leadership is…

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