By Ibrahima “Prof” Traore, ML expert at Wildcard / w6d.io
In this article, you will learn different math concepts such as gradient descent, derivatives, matrix, chain rule, and how to use those concepts to explain and solve some back propagation examples from scratch (in artificial neural network). Neural networks are a family of powerful machine learning models. This technology has been proven to excel at solving a variety of complex problems in engineering, science, finance, market analysis and many more.
Note: Basic knowledge about derivatives is recommended to get the best out of this article.
There are two directions in…
by Anselme, Rustacean and ML engineer at Wildcard
For the last couple of years, I’ve been hearing more and more about a language named Rust. Well known as the most loved language on Stackoverflow’s annual developer survey for the fifth year in a row, Rust is famous for its memory safety without a garbage collector and concurrency without data races! But Rust is also feared as a hard-to-learn language, scaring away many developers. For way too long, I postponed learning Rust. That was a mistake.
Cloud-native development makes way for applications that are packaged in containers, deployed as various microservices, managed on elastic infrastructure, built on agile DevOps processes, and delivered in continuous workflows. The cloud-native DevOps abstracts the underlying compute, storage and networking primitives, abstaining the concerned DevOps teams’ direct access to programming interfaces (APIs). With orchestrator handling resource allocation itself, they are reduced to mere policymakers.
Cloud-native development tools, such as Kubernetes, simulate a flat network tied to present networking topologies and primitives of cloud vendors. …
“Albert grunted. “Do you know what happens to lads who ask too many questions?” Mort thought for a moment.
“No,” he said eventually, “what?” There was silence.
Then Albert straightened up and said, “Damned if I know. Probably they get answers, and serve ’em right.”
― Terry Pratchett, Mort
My pipeline failed but I don’t know why Each pipeline has a detail page and logs accessible. Look for the exact error label, written in red, in the failed pipeline page! It’s taking too much time! Our engine was built to execute the pipelines in less than 2 seconds! Where can…
Babelfish is a self-hosted server for source-code parsing: it has the power to parse all kinds of file, in any supported language, extracting an Abstract Syntax Tree and converting it into a Universal Abstract Syntax Tree (UAST). This UAST enables further analysis and transformations with either the included tools or your own tools by providing a standard open format.
The project has been developped to be able to parse millions of repositories. …
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