Visual Search with Neel Vadoothker

If I have a picture of a dog, and I want to search the Internet for pictures that look like that dog, how can I do that? I need to make an algorithm to build an index of all the pictures on the Internet. That index can define the different features of my images. I can find mathematical features in each image that describe that image. The mathematical features canContinue reading...

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DCR: Traits of a Great Developer - Grit of a Scientist

DCR: Traits of a Great Developer - Grit of a Scientist

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Doing Anything with George Anders

Software gives us new ways of communicating with each other. Engineers build scalable systems for e-commerce, helpdesk, and video sharing–and these systems do scale, to millions of people. But software alone cannot serve all of the demands of all the users and customers on these platforms. We need customer service representatives to address unexpected demands. We need design specialists to evaluate the interface that made sense to the engineers butContinue reading...

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Episode 042 - Work hard, drink hard

There’s always a lot to be done, but having a good work life balance is extremely important. In this episode, we are joined by Sarah Showers from LinkedIn, to talk with us about work life balance. We share our thoughts on what work life balance means to us and how our companies help foster a healthy work life balance.

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Word2Vec with Adrian Colyer

Machines understand the world through mathematical representations. In order to train a machine learning model, we need to describe everything in terms of numbers.  Images, words, and sounds are too abstract for a computer. But a series of numbers is a representation that we can all agree on, whether we are a computer or a human. In recent shows, we have explored how to train machine learning models to understandContinue reading...

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DCR: Traits of A Great Developer - Humility

DCR: Traits of A Great Developer - Humility

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S1:EP5 – How to learn React and React Native on a deadline (Kim Goulbourne, Brent Vatne)

Kim Goulbourne shares her process for learning a new javascript framework, and the frustrations she experienced even as a seasoned developer.

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SE-Radio Episode 302: Haroon Meer on Network Security

Founder of Thinkst, Haroon Meer talks with Kim Carter about network security. Topics include how attackers are gaining footholds into our networks, moving laterally, infilling malware and exfilling our precious data; why we care; and clear advice on what we software engineers can do about it. Areas of information security are merging, network security is […]

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142: The Dashboard

Rachel, Tim Sabat, and Marie are here to talk about CodePen's newest feature: the Dashboard. We're talking about why we added it, how we built it, and why it's so zippy.

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