I’ve always liked the way certain Ruby gems allowed developers to configure parts of its workflow.
Airbrake.configure do |config| config.api_key = 'your_key_here' end
This block just looks so clean and to the point. Almost like magic!
But magic is just a bit of zeros and ones. How’d they do it?Read All 471 Words →
SendGrid is a cloud-based email delivery service that assists businesses with email delivery. And that probably is the most boring definition ever, considering the powerhouse of tools that SendGrid provides.
With SendGrid you don’t just get to send emails, you get to monitor link clicks, un-subscription rates, geographical tracking and a lot more. In this tutorial I’ll walk you through building your own email sending service on Rails with SendGrid.Read All 741 Words →
It’s been a great week for the AI team at Skcript. Over the past week, we were trending top 5 in Github (Python category), for 3 days. We were liked and shared on social media endless number of times. And the best part — received great feedback from the AI/ML community.Read All 181 Words →
In Machine Learning, more often than not applying an algorithm to data is not hard, rather representing the data usually is. But sometimes representing data a certain way works for one algorithm, but completely implodes for another. So with all these variations, is there one compartmentalized approach to follow?
Yes! (well, kind of and ‘kind of’ in ML is ‘good enough’)Read All 1187 Words →
The Jallikatu Protest was the worlds largest peaceful protest to protect the culture of Tamil Nadu’s legendary bull ‘hugging’ festival. Around five million people gathered at the Marina Beach to show their support in continuing the game despite discouragement by the government. There was hardly a Chennaite who didn’t show up at the beach, me included.
It was quite interesting to watch the protest seep into social media. And where there’s social media, there’s data. In abundance!
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