Lynx Roundup, June 12th 2020

Lynx Roundup, June 12th 2020

A Statistical Data Validation Toolkit for Pandas! Great Data Engineering Interview Questions! The Tech Revolt Finally Comes for Oracle!

Matthew Alhonte
Matthew Alhonte
Pandera: A Statistical Data Validation Toolkit for Pandas
Pandera is a a flexible and expressive toolkit for performing statistical validation checks on pandas data structures that was recently accepted into the pyOpenSci ecosystem. Learn more about Pandera.
Can we perform NLP on unfamiliar (natural) languages? | Plow
This blog post tries to perform various Natural Language Processing (NLP) in an unfamiliar language to me — Bulgarian. I will try to explore the data and at the end try to generate some Bulgarian sentences by using a machine learning model incorporating BiLSTM (Bidirectional Long and Short-term Memo…
The Chaos Computer: Analog Computation of the Lorenz Equations
The Chaos Computer is an analog computer that solves the Lorenz Equations to produce beautifully complex waveforms.This simple circuit has extremely complex, chaotic dynamics that are beautiful to watch, inspiring, and will hopefully be used by educators as a tool to interest students in science an…
NVIDIA Blogs: Mixed Precision to Develop Simulations From Large-Scale Environmental Models
The application predicts measurements like temperature, soil moisture levels or wind speed for different locations within a region.
The Tech Revolt Finally Comes for Oracle
Oracle isn’t a household name. Its product is software and cloud computing, and its customers are other companies—and so, it’s avoided much of the scrutiny heaped on public-facing firms like Facebook, while making its co-founder Larry Ellison the fifth-richest man in the United States. And amid work…
Someone Found The Long-Lost "Akira" Prototype From SEGA
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Matthew Alhonte

Supervillain in somebody's action hero movie. Experienced a radioactive freak accident at a young age which rendered him part-snake and strangely adept at Python.