2018-11-16 15:48:25

Likes is a Node-based server that manages an SQL database of triplets: username, URL of the thing they liked, and a timestamp. When you like something, it adds a record to the database. When you unlike, the record is removed. There’s a demo app that shows how to hook up to the server in your own web apps. I’ve factored the code so there’s an API and UI. You probably will only use the API in your stuff. We use Twitter for identity. If you want to run your own server, which is fine with me, you will need to create an app on Twitter. Questions are welcome.


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New – Train Custom Document Classifiers with Amazon Comprehend

Amazon Comprehend gives you the power to process natural-language text at scale (read my introductory post, Amazon Comprehend – Continuously Trained Natural Language Processing, to learn more). After launching late 2017 with support for English and Spanish, we have added customer-driven features including Asynchronous Batch Operations, Syntax Analysis, support for additional languages (French, German, Italian, and Portuguese), and availability in more regions.
Using automatic machine learning (AutoML), Comprehend lets you create custom Natural Language Processing (NLP) models using data that you already have, without the need to learn the ins and outs of ML. Based on your data set and use case, it automatically selects the right algorithm, tuning parameter, builds, and tests the resulting model.
If you already have a collection of tagged documents—support tickets, call center conversations (via Amazon Transcribe, forum posts, and so forth)— you can use them as a starting point. In this context, tagged simply


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Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ launches! 1.4GHz 64-bit quad-core processor, dual-band wireless LAN, and just $25

The Raspberry Pi was very much inspired by the BBC Micro — a popular British computer of the 1980s. The BBC Micro was available in Model A and B forms, and shortly after the Raspberry Pi Foundation introduced the original Pi 1 Model B+ in 2014, it followed it up with a cut-down A+ model. It didn’t offer an A+ version for the Pi 2 or 3 unfortunately, but today, it finally rights that wrong and brings back the popular bare-bones system’s smaller brother. SEE ALSO: New add-on board lets you watch TV on your Raspberry Pi You can now… [Continue Reading]


Original URL: https://betanews.com/2018/11/15/raspberry-pi-3-model-a-plus/

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Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ is a compact yet powerful Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi Foundation just announced a brand new model. The Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ is basically a flagship Raspberry Pi on a smaller printed circuit board, with a few compromises. It costs $25, or $10 less than the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+.
The lineup is getting slightly confusing, but bear with me for a second. If you want the best Raspberry Pi, you should get the 3 Model B+. It comes with a 1.4GHz ARMv8 quad-core processor, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Ethernet (max 300 Mbps), USB 2.0 and HDMI.
The new Pi 3 Model A+ is supposed to be a smaller model but with most of the advantages of the Model B+. It has similar specifications, except that you get 512MB of RAM instead of 1GB, there’s only one USB 2.0 port and the Ethernet port is gone.
But that’s about it. If you don’t need a ton of RAM or Ethernet,


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Download Famous Art in High Resolution

The Art Institute of Chicago recently revamped its website and released a searchable database of high-resolution art. Even better, a lot of the art is in the public domain, meaning you can legally use it however you want, even for commercial purposes. (Check the copyright notice on each artwork’s page.) You’ll notice…Read more…


Original URL: https://lifehacker.com/download-famous-art-in-high-resolution-1830393319

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How to Install and Configure OrangeScrum on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

OrangeScrum is a free and open source project management and collaboration tool. It is used to manage projects, teams, documents, task, and communicate with the team on important issues. In this tutorial, we will explain how to install and configure OrangesCrum on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS server.


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