It's a pity but I'm probably going to nuke too.diego.codes. It has been down for a few days now because something cracks up (mostly lack of storage even though it has 30G) and I have not the experience with Ruby nor the time to fix it. I don't even use it that much and that prgmr instance can serve me well running a Nextcloud instance, so...
I'll probably give it a shot again in the future, but mastodon.social will probably have to suffice for now.
Just about to import my follow list from @diegovicente ... For all those who follow me there, a follow in this new account is greatly appreciated! 😊
If anyone works with #hugo and know how to fix pagination, please, you're more than welcome to help in the Hugo's community
I'd be thankful if you could help (if something is needed, please reach me!)
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here's a little tip from your friends over at birdsite: too lazy to accept user feedback! letting them *think* they sent it is good enough!
I finally made a coffee and decided to read Neural Ordinary Differential Equations (Chen et al. 2018); which re-formulates neural networks as differential equations so that they are based on continuous domains that can be trained using any ODE solver.
This results in better memory management, less parameters and better model reconstruction under certain circumstances. What a refreshing point of view, with really interesting possibilities. https://arxiv.org/abs/1806.07366
I only just found out about the latest Zachtronics programming game, Exapunks! I’m watching a few Let’s Plays and it looks like TIS-100 if you removed the emphasis on concurrent programming, loosened the resource constraints and gave it the interface design of Shenzhen I/O.
I’d be playing this already if I didn’t have work in the morning! 😞
And here we go, let's start 2019 with new objectives! I crafted a reading list of books that focus in theoretical foundations instead of tools/frameworks to read this year https://diego.codes/post/2019-reading-list/
Cool things from the world of Emacs might have never noticed:
Emacs has "input modes" to easily write characters that are not on your keyboard. Selecting an input mode via `C-x RET C-\` (or just `C-\` for the first time) you can choose for example "german-postfix", and write "waere" to get "wäre".
Among these modes is also "TeX", that allows you to type \alpha and get α, \iff and get ⇔, \~A, \aleph to get ℵ and get Ã.
I just found this on a comment in lobste.rs and I'm already super happy with it: a uBlock Origin list to discard all cookie warnings, sticky bars, or css newsletter/register prompts! https://github.com/yourduskquibbles/webannoyances
Dear web devs: when writing regex to check email addresses, please, do take into account that a plus symbol is a valid character before the @! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Email_address#Sub-addressing
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