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  1. Python List Comprehensions Gone Crazy

    Recently, I was messing around with some image recognition tasks in Python, and wanted to take a look at some of the images in my training set. At first, I was tempted to go open file explorer and walk around the directory tree spot-checking a few, but then I remembered …

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  2. TensorFlow on Azure Using Docker

    We live in a time of proliferating machine learning toolkits. From the not-so-humble start of OpenCV (for computer vision), Weka, and Caffe, in just a short period of time we've added Torch, Theano, CNTKand now TensorFlowand SystemML (and I'm not even mentioning things like SparkMLand AzureML). As …

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  3. Azure Storage: Architecture Troubleshooting

    I've been dealing with Azure Storage for years now, and while most of the time it's rock solid, on occasion you can get hit with networking issues or other "brownout" drops in availability that can make you question your sanity.  I find it helpful to know what's going on behind …

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  4. Old IE, New Vagrant

    I've been messing around with Vagrantfor a few weeks now, on and off, to manage my Linux VMs on my Win8.1 box with Hyper-V.  So far, it's been working well, barring a few caveats due primarily to MSIT's restrictive proxy settings (although I could find out it's really …

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  5. SQL vs. NoSQL

    I was recently asked by a colleague of mine why anyone is even using NoSQL solutions at all, and not just sticking with SQL.  After telling them that people use them because they're web-scale, I did some thinking about when you should use NoSQL vs. just sticking with good old …

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  6. Starting Fresh

    I've decided to move from my MSDN blog to my own WordPress site.  No big deal, since my cobweb of a blog hadn't been updated in years, but you might notice that this site is much younger than most of the posts on it.  I've migrated my old posts and …

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  7. Duck Typing in C# 4.0

    One of my favorite new features in C# 4.0 is the dynamic keyword.  Not only does it allow you to do freaky things with interactions between C# and scripting languages like IronRuby, but it opens up one of my favorite features from that language – Duck Typing.

    Duck typing is …

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