During the last day of Christmas break I’ve spent a few hours trying to pick up Laravel again, from the beginning. I remember I blogged about Laravel back in 2016 (time flies!), and reading them again, I am surprised that what I thought back in 2016 still applies today. Today I am going to talk… Read More »
Just a note to myself that when multiple keys added ssh agent, the key at the top of the keychain needs to be the bitbucket one, as it won’t try all the keys.
Everyone knows Yellow NZ has a sunset product – directories. We also know that Yellow NZ has a lot of connections with SMEs. It can utilise this advantage to venture into areas that actually help these SMEs to do their business, such as providing a platform for ecommerce, booking, trading etc etc, which ultimately creates… Read More »
Just read an article on cracking down house flipping in NZ, it says “New Zealand’s real estate watchdog is ramping up its crackdown on house-flipping by investing in new technology which allows it to track when properties have been quickly re-sold for huge profits.” So what’s the new technology is about? You would have thought… Read More »
Recently there is a wave of ads/posts on my facebook about solar energy, ranging from installations to solar tax. I did a quick calculation from https://www.energywise.govt.nz/tools/solar-calculator/, using all the standard attributes and costs, it worked out that I will save a HUGE(not) $1100 in 22 years, that is without any issues within 22 years. I don’t really think… Read More »
A pretty good Non-AI-Experience required article talking about how to train models to recognise traffic lights. It has a few link references that will be very helpful for my future AI training/projects, eg. image-net.org https://medium.freecodecamp.com/recognizing-traffic-lights-with-deep-learning-23dae23287cc#.k941su69v
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Been studying electricity lately and stumbled on to this article http://www.powerstream.com/AA-tests.htm Looks like Energizer is a clear winner.