numpy.argmin() alternative


While there are some interesting conversations about numpy.argmin() function’s performance (e.g. here, here and here), Continue reading →

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Python Numpy count elements


As you already know, in order to calculate non-zero elements in your np array, you can use numpy.count_nonzero. But how about 0? How about an expression? Well, Continue reading →

Python reverse and splice a tuple


C# Split CSV string


Output

Tom
Cruise
Scott
Bob
at

Stackoverflow post:
https://stackoverflow.com/a/45799171/799593

What’s Machine Learning?


What is Machine Learning? from E*D Films (Daniel Gies) on Vimeo.

WebSockets


https://youtu.be/MlbAWEwmQhA (2 minutes)

Intro: What is a WebSockket?
https://youtu.be/hEA2jSRx2EM?t=20s (2 minutes)

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CSS Grids


https://youtu.be/7kVeCqQCxlk (30 minutes)

https://youtu.be/H3LRtAm2SOo (16 minutes)

Flexbox


https://youtu.be/k32voqQhODc (30 minutes)

https://youtu.be/JJSoEo8JSnc (20 minutes)