When I clicked I thought this was going to be about Evernote.design from last week 😁 I was pleasantly surprised to find Evernote and Evernote.design are different.
This is a pretty good case study. As for the formatting issue, I’ve got a similar problem albeit with emails. Although…
Not to be crass, but “if it’s not broken don’t fix it” is my least favorite idiom and, in my opinion, the worst.
Software changes, and languages need to improve.
Var is not broken
This article explains amazingly well why
const are better!
Yes. Please. Please. 🙏 Everyone should read this article before writing a library or module!
Please everyone use let and const instead of var.
Please use arrow functions instead of `function()`.
Yup! That’s what the next few sentences discuss:
If you’re feeding each interaction back into your model for training, consider running this on a separate server,perhaps with a GPU. Once training is finished, you can deploy the model (in AWS you could centralize your model repository in S3) to your containers.
It’d be interesting to see an implementation of MTCNN in darknet (also a minified version of MTCNN). I think the major boost to YOLO is tiny YOLO’s minified speed and the darknet framework in C to speed up all the calculations. Perhaps with that boost, MTCNN would match Haar Cascades in speed.