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:
- Open eclipse and go to Help -> Install New Software… You should see the following screen:
- In the field labeled “Work with:” enter the following url and hit enter:
- You should see Maven Integration for Eclipse in the main box. Check it and click next until you get to the license agreement page. Read through it and then accept the agreement and click finish. At this point m2e will be installed.
After successfully installing the m2e plugin for eclipse, simply follow this guide to finish setting up DL4J:
On Saturday October third, the University of Dallas programming team UD1 (aka Galadriel) set a new school record by solving 5 problems in one competition. The team was comprised of senior Paul Seitz and juniors Katherine Beine and Brian McCutchon, all veterans of the UD programming contest club. From the comfort of the UD Computer Lab at 11 am on Saturday, the trio was able to compete in the North American Qualifier hosted online. Five hours and two pizzas later, they had established 5 problems in a single competition as the new UD record to beat. If you are interested in joining the programming team or learning what it is all about, please come to one of our weekly meetings on Tuesday nights at 7:30 in the computer lab (HSC 24).
I do not know much about this, but if actual hacking is your thing, you might want to check out this competition:
Student scholarship opportunities now available. See:
Here is a coding contest that Pearson is running.
It is also your chance to improve eCollege, and
perhaps put in some easter eggs. (Which is wrong,
and we would disapprove of that.)
Here is a note sent to Dr. Andrews from a UD graduate looking to hire UD CS students:
Hi Dr. Andrews,
Christopher Stehnos ’06 is the Senior Client Support Engineer at Corepoint Health and would love to hire May 2015 graduates to work for him. Do you have any students from the Computer Science program who would be interested in a pre-interview discussion with Christopher? Here’s more information about the company. http://www.corepointhealth.com/
Do you have a heart for teaching and service? Here is a note about the Fort Worth Teaching Fellows program:
Hi Professor Hochberg,
I hope you’re doing well! I greatly appreciate your help this past semester in spreading the word about Fort Worth Teaching Fellows! Would you be willing to share this final application deadline information below with your students?
Thanks again for taking a few minutes to support Fort Worth Teaching Fellows and help us deliver on the promise of quality education for all children!
Teaching Fellows Programs
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Fort Worth Teaching Fellows trains University of Dallas seniors and grad students with a wide variety of majors and backgrounds to become exceptional, certified teachers for Fort Worth students who need them most. It’s an honor and a tremendous responsibility, which is why we hold the highest standards of effectiveness of any teacher preparation program in America.
Do you have what it takes to join this elite group of educators? Click here – our final application deadline is Monday, March 30. Have questions? Email email@example.com.