A book written with developers in mind, covering Machine Learning with a hands-on approach. Each new topic is introduced by laying out a real world problem, guiding readers through implementing a working solution based on ML algorithms and then explaining the theoretical foundations in a very accessible way.
I liked these WiFi enabled, motion-sensing night lights so far, I only wish they had 3 more features.
…is not the device itself, but it is the whole ecosystem that surrounds it.
I have received my Kindle as a gift at the beginning of this year, and it quickly became my favorite gift of all time.
That can be quite surprising, knowing me. I own many different devices, gadgets and computers, but I have always been fond of the smell and feeling of paper books. Knowing that, some people were ready to bet that I would use the Kindle for just a few days and neglect it shortly after for something else (e.g. my iPad).
I must admit that I am sure this is exactly what would have happened with any other e-reader device. My experience with the Kindle, however, was (surprisingly) awesome, and it due to reasons I didn’t expect.
Knowing how much I enjoy indie games, a dear friend of mine bought me a new treat for Christmas. It’s called Machinarium, from Czech-based Amanita Design.
We just finished it today, and although it wasn’t very long, we enjoyed it so much that I thought it was worth mentioning.