I’ve worked with Angular professionally, some good and bad codebases. I have to say, most of Angular is fine. Many parts are actually pretty neat — I’m a fan of how much it uses reactive programming concepts, exposes web component support, and provides a nice dependency injection system.
Some of the concepts and structures are similar enough to Spring that some of my junior backend colleagues were able to find their way around the codebase — which is valuable in-and-of-itself.
But, there is at least one thing that can go horribly wrong with Angular.
No, I’m not talking about the boilerplate, the learning curve, the performance, or the upgrade process. My beef with Angular is far more fundamental and perverse. …
This wasn’t painless. But now that I’ve figured it out, I want to save you Google-ers out there some time.
Colab is a way to run Python Jupyter Notebooks on the Cloud, for free. It’s provided by Google and integrates with Google Drive. Very clean way to handle “but it doesn’t work on my computer!” issues.
See the “Resources” section at the end of this article for a link.
Kaggle is “Your Home for Data Science”. It hosts public datasets and competitions revolving around Data Science and Artificial Intelligence. …
Before we talk code, we will clear up 2 misconceptions about stock investing, namely:
Then, we will discuss the technical side of stocks, particularly focused on Quantopian algorithms, alpaca.markets, and deployment with Docker on an AWS EC2 instance.
Relax, it’s all right here in GitHub. Don’t forget to star the repo!
For some reason, some people think trading stocks is an entirely risky affair, akin to the lottery. …