Which GPU(s) to Get for Deep Learning

Deep learning is a field with intense computational requirements and the choice of your GPU will fundamentally determine your deep learning experience. With no GPU this might look like months of waiting for an experiment to finish, or running an experiment for a day or more only to see that the chosen parameters were off. With a good, solid GPU, one can quickly iterate over deep learning networks, and run experiments in days instead of months, hours instead of days, minutes instead of hours. So making the right choice when it comes to buying a GPU is critical. So how do you select the GPU which is right for you? This blog post will delve into that question and will lend you advice which will help you to make choice that is right for you.TL;DR Having a fast GPU is a very important aspect when one begins to learn deep


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GitHub integration for Atom

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The Atom GitHub package provides Git and GitHub integration for Atom.

Installation
This package is bundled with Atom starting in version 1.18, and does not need to be installed separately.
License
The MIT license grant is not for GitHub’s trademarks, which include the logo designs. GitHub reserves all trademark and copyright rights in and to all GitHub trademarks.
GitHub® and its stylized versions and the Invertocat mark are GitHub’s Trademarks or registered Trademarks. When using GitHub’s logos, be sure to follow the GitHub logo guidelines.


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Ubuntu Arrives in the Windows Store, Suse and Fedora Are Coming To the Windows Subsystem For Linux

At its Build developer conference today, Microsoft announced that Ubuntu has arrived in the Windows Store. From a report: The company also revealed that it is working with Fedora and Suse to bring their distributions to the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) in Windows 10. At the conference last year, Microsoft announced plans to bring the Bash shell to Windows. The fruits of that labor was WSL, a compatibility layer for running Linux binary executables (in ELF format) natively on Windows, which arrived with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update released in August 2016. Microsoft also partnered with Canonical to allow Ubuntu tools and utilities to run natively on top of the WSL. By bringing Ubuntu to the Windows Store, the company is now making it even easier for developers to install the tools and run Windows and Linux apps side by side. Working with other Linux firms shows that Microsoft’s


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Microsoft now lets iOS developers deploy, run and test their apps directly from Windows

 If you’re an iOS developer, then Microsoft’s Xamarin already allowed you to develop your iOS applications in C# with the help of tools like Xamarin.iOS for Visual Studio. Until now, though, you still needed a Mac to build and test your apps. As the company announced today, that’s not necessary anymore. With the new Xamarin Live Player, you can deploy, run, test and debug iOS… Read More


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Bash on Windows 10 goes beyond Ubuntu and gets support for Fedora and SuSE, too

 One of the biggest surprises at Microsoft’s Build developer conference last year was that the company was building support for the Bash shell on top of an Ubuntu-based Linux subsystem right into Windows 10. This feature launched widely with the release of the Windows 10 Anniversary update and over the course of the last few months, it built upon this project with frequent updates, but… Read More


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Windows 10’s next big update: A new look, closer ties between PCs and smartphones, OneDrive placeholders

Microsoft used its Build conference to detail the wide-ranging changes to the OS that will be rolled out to most users from October, as part of the Fall Creators Update.


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