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Scraping and Models and Games, Oh My!

(Beautiful) Soup of the Day Note: This isn’t intended to be a hyper-technical blog. However, if you’re a guy or gal who’s into that kind of thing, here’s this project’s code on my GitHub! Full disclosure: I’m exhausted. I presented my first major solo project here at Metis this morning. It was […]

How to become a code-learning super NINJA (1)

Giphs courtesy of Giphy When you learn something new, you don’t know what you don’t know. There are always secrets to getting good at something and learning to code is no different. These secrets are the meta-learnings that provide the approaches, toolsets and mindsets to make the breakthroughs you need to […]

How to Learn a New Programming Language or Framework

New programming languages are born every day. Dart, Go, Kotlin, Elixir and more! Beating the learning curve can be difficult, but there’s some tips that will help you to get through. There are some steps you want to take to accelerate the learning process and increase your fluency in the programming […]

Simplifying The Analytic Process — TAP #12

The Transmogrification Of Your Data… Hidden In Plain Sight If you’ve been following along in the series, you know that we use an (I) to indicate the information phase of The Analytic Process (TAP). You also know that each of our phases has its own letter. You could say we are […]

Simplifying The Analytic Process — TAP #11

Reflections are often more flawed than the model. (O) Reflecting On The Model A little over a month and ten articles ago, I introduced a simplified model of analytics. It has been very well received. But is it any good? In hindsight, I made the only claims that one should about a model. […]

How I’m Learning Deep Learning in 2017 — Part 3

How I’m Learning Deep Learning — Part III I’ve said yes to far too many hidden units Part of the How I’m Learning Deep Learning Series: Part I: A new beginning.Part II: Learning Python on the fly.Part III: Too much breadth, not enough depth. (You’re currently reading this)Part IV: AI(ntuition) versus AI(ntelligence). Extra: My Self-Created […]

How I’m Learning Deep Learning — Part IV

How I’m Learning Deep Learning — Part IV Is a wealth of data the final frontier? Part of the How I’m Learning Deep Learning Series: Part I: A new beginning.Part II: Learning Python on the fly.Part III: Too much breadth, not enough depth.Part IV: AI(ntuition) versus AI(ntelligence). (You’re currently reading this)Extra: My Self-Created AI […]

7 Reasons Why You Should Adopt eLearning In Your Organization

Numerous enterprises, ranging from worldwide corporations and nonprofits to universities and startups have discovered the benefits of eLearning and are replacing their outdated on-site, Instruction-Led model of Learning and Development (L&D) with a modern eLearning platform. What they’ve discovered is that in the long run eLearning saves costs increases productivity […]