Lynx Roundup, March 7th 2020 Navigating NaNs in Python! Weird things you can do in Python! How to extend Scikit-Learn! Matthew Alhonte 07 Mar 2020 Navigating The Hell of NaNs in PythonI recently had a lot of headaches caused by NaNs. Every programmer knows what they are, and why they happen, but in my case, I did not know all of their characteristics or not well enough to prevent…Towards Data ScienceJulia Di RussoBuild a 6502 computerLearn how computers work by building and programming a computer with the classic 6502 microprocessor.Weird things you can, but probably shouldn’t do in PythonI am at a loss when I consider where this would be useful. Never the less did you know that in Python you can change what numbers fundamentally mean?Will Cipriano's ThoughtsWill CiprianoAll very true!With regard to Kwong’s “killer question:” when I was teaching people ideas related to this at Google, I referred to this as the “Asshole Genie Regression Test.” That is, imagine that you’ve acquired…MediumYonatan Zungerlyst/MakingLystA peek into the tech and design at Lyst. Contribute to lyst/MakingLyst development by creating an account on GitHub.GitHublystHow to Extend Scikit-learn and Bring Sanity to Your Machine Learning Workflow - KDnuggetsIn this post, learn how to extend Scikit-learn code to make your experiments easier to maintain and reproduce.KDnuggets Roundup Matthew Alhonte @MattAlhonte 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. Hackers and Slackers Newsletter Join the newsletter to receive the latest updates in your inbox. Your email address Subscribe Please check your inbox and click the link to confirm your subscription. Please enter a valid email address! An error occurred, please try again later.