I am constantly reading and experimenting to learn things which I may apply to work projects. A few years ago I decided to spent time on and off learning machine learning (ML). With that purpose in mind, I got a number of books on different subjects (e.g., Deep Learning, Python and Statistics) which seemed to be useful to achieve my goal.
On the platform side, I started experimenting on Windows. Most things work fine but some things do not. For example, I had to wait to use Tensorflow because it ran on Linux but not on Windows. Today it seems to work on both. The same seems to hold true for Docker. Continue reading “Machine Learning – Setup”
This post deals with an API for binary trees in Linux. The API consists of the following functions:
||Deletes an item from a tree.
||Deletes the entire tree.
||Finds an item and if not found returns NULL.
||Search a binary tree for an item.
||Performs a depth-first, left to right tree traversal.
In the past I have used and implemented, using different programming languages, several classes, methods and functions to deal with binary trees. Binary trees are used to keep data in sorted order. This allows for quicker search times. This particular implementation comes with the Linux operating system. You can read more about it by typing on a Linux console: man twalk Continue reading “Managing Binary Trees – Linux”
I have been working and developing software on Linux, UNIX and Windows for a while. On the Microsoft platforms I started on MS DOS. Last week I was talking with a colleague and he mentioned that while still in BETA, Microsoft has something called Bash on Ubuntu on Windows. I do enjoy the simplicity and power of the Linux shells. I decided to give the Microsoft BETA software a run. Continue reading “Bash on Ubuntu on Windows”