Hello, all! Our student seminar on LaTeX is tomorrow, so be there! Flyer attached:
I’ve started shying away from graphical Git clients like GitHub Desktop recently. While they’re great for beginners and make visualizing the repository history easy, I wouldn’t want to be dependent on them and be lost when working on a machine that doesn’t have them installed or a remote server via SSH.
Of course, this flowchart doesn’t cover everything, and, unlike the guy whose phone number is in git.txt, it doesn’t really talk about branches. You’ll still be lost if you run into merge conflicts, for example. It does, however, cover a few common issues you might run into, like adding a file to your last commit or fixing a commit message (assuming you haven’t pushed/synced). To really master Git, check out the book here: https://git-scm.com/documentation. Also, remember to write better commit messages than these!
A UD student’s father has invited us to advertise internship availability at UnitedHealth. See the link below. Please see me or Dr. Andrews if you would like to personalize your internship application. Applications are due during roughly the next three weeks.
Getting up and running with DL4J in the lab is very easy. To begin with, you will need the maven plugin for eclipse.
The maven plugin is called m2e. The following steps explain how to install it:
After successfully installing the m2e plugin for eclipse, simply follow this guide to finish setting up DL4J: