Review: Clojure for Machine Learning (Ch 1-3)

Pack Publishing has asked me to review their new book, Clojure for Machine Learning (4/2014) by Akhil Wali. Interested both in Clojure and M.L., I have taken the challenge and want to share my impressions from the first chapters. Regarding my qualification, I am a medium-experienced Clojure developer and have briefly encountered some M.L. (regressionContinue reading “Review: Clojure for Machine Learning (Ch 1-3)”

Most interesting links of August ’12

Recommended Readings How To Fail With Agile:Twenty Tips to Help You Avoid Success – a great overview of ways people may make agile projects and initiatives fail – use them to either avoid the failure or to make it certain, according to your attitude towards agile vim-adventures.com: Learning Vim keys in an entertaining way byContinue reading “Most interesting links of August ’12”

Most interesting links of April (renewed)

Only two articles this month: Computerworld: 22 free tools for data visualization and analysis – great review if different categories of data analysis and visualization tools. The tools I haven’t known (i.e. excluding R, Google Charts etc.) and found them especially interesting: Data web apps: Google Refine (data cleansing in a spreadsheet-like UI: clustering, dataContinue reading “Most interesting links of April (renewed)”