I finished my book at the beginning of the month. I have had a great time selling and marketing so far. The community reaction has been great. I wrote up a post to give more information about what is in the book, who it was written for, and why I wrote a book in the first place.
Want to know how to optimize the number of on-call employees in your business? Come explore the Poisson distribution with the stack based programming language Joy.
When feature engineering for a predictive task, or when exploring your data, it is often wise to normalize.
As data scientists, we regularly persuade with data. Brevity is an import aspect of persuasive speaking. Pyth is the ultimate brief language.
Deployless programming? Automatic updates? Code with the easy of Python and speed of C? In this post we explore building Dashboards in Dark and Nim.
V is a fun, fast, efficient language in very early development. It has a lot of promise. In this post we explore JSON and APIs in V
Racket is a favorite of academics and hackers. In this post we explore reinforcement learning and Bayesian inspired A/B testing with this fun language.
Learn the relation between likelihood, the logistic function, and a dynamically typed array processing language from LLNL
How do you know where the center of your data is? What is the difference between mean, median, mode, and more? Brat is a fun little language with a fascinating syntax.
Getting started in data science? We talk about some common strategies and pitfalls for data exploration in a fun (crazy?) array processing language.
Do you want to calculate pi in a weird way? Love Lisp + Python? In this post we use Hylang and Monte Carlo integration to calculate the value of pi.
What makes your customers leave? What makes them stay? How do you tell? We use a fancy array processing language J to answer some of these questions.
Time to first plot is a fun metric for new languages (some languages can't even plot at all). We explore plotting in J.