In this video series, I try to challenge myself with the Advent of Code trials. Each solution will be published to Github, and I hope you will learn something from my coding mistakes and perhaps send some code my way on how you have done these challenges. I know by reading code, so this is such an exciting thing for me.
We solve today’s challenge at the advent of code 2020. Come join us and have some fun. Git repository: https://ift.tt/3qha6xP Please follow me on twitter Tweets by kalaspuffar Learn the basics of Java programming and software development in 5 online courses from Duke University. https://ift.tt/2QkqKvO My merchandise: https://ift.tt/3aqGTZF Or visit my blog at: https://ift.tt/3bF6D4l Outro…
Going though the process of solving the advent of code challenges for this year. Repositories: https://github.com/kalaspuffar/advent_of_code_2018/kalaspuffar-java Please follow me on twitter Tweets by kalaspuffar Outro music: Danomate – http://danomate.com – https://www.youtube.com/user/danomate1
In this video we will cover what I use in my ceph cluster. I’m not an hardware reviewer but this is an example of what kind of hardware that could be used in a ceph cluster. Especially if you want to create a cluster for home use or testing.
We look into training your model locally on windows and other platforms. Git repository https://github.com/kalaspuffar/rcnn-model-test Please follow me on twitter Tweets by kalaspuffar Outro music: Danomate – http://danomate.com – https://www.youtube.com/user/danomate1
I look into Vitess, talking about the different benefits of distributed database services, and create a quick Proof Of Concept to show how the system is put together.
I will compile a version of Java 17 and try out the new switch statement. In the new Java version, the switch statement will give you a lot more flexibility when it comes to types and other interesting functions. Building Java gave me some insights into what is possible and not in Linux and Windows.