Stop. Take a moment or two to look away from this review and at your surroundings. If you are reading this outside on a smart device (tablet, phone etc..) you may see roads, power cables and cell towers. If you are indoors you probably have electricity, internet connectivity and water flowing into your building (in … Continue reading Engineering In Plain Sight – Book Review
The History Of The Computer -Book Review
“Don’t let fear get in the way and don’t be afraid to say ‘I don’t know’ or ‘I don’t understand’ – no question is a dumb question.” (Margaret Hamilton) The title "The History Of The Computer" makes me think of a heavy, hardback book filled with pages of text and no pictures. The type of … Continue reading The History Of The Computer -Book Review
Practical Deep Learning – Book Review (Python)
Machine learning is a very big field for both amateur and professional computer scientists. This depth can make accessing the topic, which is dynamic and fast moving, seem complicated. Thankfully Ronald T. Kneusel has stepped up with a book to not only introduce the topic but also to lay the groundwork with skills to help … Continue reading Practical Deep Learning – Book Review (Python)
Real World Python – Book Review (Python)
However, I also have periods where a form of writer’s block kicks in and wonder, “What else could I use Python for?”. As if by magic, Lee Vaughan has answered with “Real World Python” which contains examples of real-world problems being answered by Python and then expands on the solutions with fun challenge projects and further reading.
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