[Video] Data Mining/Science: Supervised Time-Series Model

Keyhole Software Development Technologies, Educational Event, PostrgreSQL, Python, Video Leave a Comment

In this video, Alex presents an introduction to data science “big ideas” relevant to the model, an explanation of its data modeling process, and a demonstration of the real-life machine learning solution implemented with Python, Postgres SQL, and H2O (an open-source machine learning algorithm). Multiple data sources and technologies were combined to create an accurate model that allows farmers and recreationists to make actionable insights about the future. A few questions and answers round out the discussion.

A Vue of Python

Chris Berry Development Technologies, JavaScript, Node.js, Python, Vue.js Leave a Comment

Earlier this year I blogged about creating a Lean Mean Vue Machine called Quotes on Demand. The application was a fully featured CRUD application served from a NodeJS server and had a self contained VueJS front end.

But wouldn’t it be a nice test to see if that same Vue application could switch over to another API, say something like a Python web server powered by Flask?

In this post, we will create a Python web application that will have 100% parity to an existing NodeJS web application. This will enable an existing VueJS front end to connect to the application with no additional code changes in the user interface code.

How to Create a Dystopian Future at Home with Python, OpenCV, and Microsoft Azure

Derek Andre Azure, Cloud, Development Technologies, Python, Tutorial 2 Comments

Facial recognition is both amazing and horrifying. Some amazing things it can do is the ability to find missing children or seniors, using your face to unlock your phone, and being able to board an airplane faster.

In this blog post, I want to highlight some powerful tools and platforms that allow you to create distributed facial recognition systems with OpenCV and Azure’s Cognitive Services. By the end of this post, you will have a working face detector using OpenCV that can communicate with Azure’s Cognitive Services.

I used Python 3.7.4 and pip 19.2.3 for this project. You can view the code from this blog at https://github.com/dcandre/Dystopian-Future-At-Home.

Scripting with Python and AutoHotkey

Kevin Wisniewski Development Technologies, Python 7 Comments

Attention: The following article was published over 8 years ago, and the information provided may be aged or outdated. Please keep that in mind as you read the post.After I began programming, I started noticing that some of the things I was doing on my computer at home were repetitive and could be automated to save time and effort. Unfortunately …