"Sort2013 Part II: Design Thinking"

Posted on Sat 19 October 2013 in conferences • Tagged with sort, architecture, software craftsmanship

This lecture was given by Brandon Gillespie and it was fantastic. Below are my attempts at creating reasonable information based on the lecture given.

This was a fantastic presentation that focused on delving into ideas of archiecture progress and helpful hints that can help keep an architect moving in the ...

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"Sort2013 Part III: Machine Learning in Python"

Posted on Sat 19 October 2013 in conferences • Tagged with sort, python, machine learning

I haven't done much with Machine Learning since graduating from school years ago. However recently there have been a number of projects where the use of machine learning can bring a significant benefit. This lecture was a great refresher and introduction to how task can be accomplished using python ...

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"Sort2013 Part IV: TMUX - Powerup your shell"

Posted on Sat 19 October 2013 in conferences, tools • Tagged with sort, tmux, linux

During sort, this session was actually a really insightful look into mouse-less productivity.
I have always been a fan of working in the console, and have actually used screen in the past. However tmux has opened up an entirely new world for me.

In this post I am going to ...

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"Sort2013 Part I: A Review"

Posted on Fri 18 October 2013 in conference • Tagged with sort

SORT is a software/technology conference that is held by engineers working for the LDSChurch, FamilySearch and Utah Based Higher Education organizations. It is an annual conference that is free to attend and is held at the University of Utah institute building.

While this may not be exactly like the ...

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