Google Season of Docs is a program giving technical writers an opportunity to contribute to open-source projects. I was selected as the technical writer to the OWASP Foundation to create the API documents for one of the world’s popular security testing tool. ZAP !!
Although I have written articles on many occasions, I was skeptical about the work ahead. Because I’m not a technical writer by profession, and following is the idea I had back then when I thought about technical writing.
Nevertheless, the 3 months turned out to be a rewarding experience, and the blog below outlines my experience and learnings out of the program.
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Google’s data engineering certification is one of the new and emerging certifications in the industry right now for Data Engineering and Machine Learning. The exam will test on your ability to design, build and maintain data processing system and also analyze data, to gain insight into business outcomes and enable machine learning. I was able to pass the data engineer exam in Jan 2018. Through this blog, I would like to share my experience and the preparation guide, because at the time of writing I did not have enough materials to guide me on the exam.
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We all know what happened on the Titanic. Spoiler Alert: Yes, Jack dies!
You may ask, do we need a machine learning to predict this? Even the next-door kid knows the answer. But jokes apart can we train a machine to predict who will survive the titanic crash? Continue reading “Would you survive the Titanic”
You might be wondering why I’m listing down the wedding under personal projects. Because wedding nowadays has become more into a fancy multi-million dollar project. When we think of a wedding these days, this would be the picture in most people’s minds.
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Recently I was interested in building a hologram projector to view the restaurant menu in 3D. This quest began when I ordered some fancy named food in the restaurant and ended up having rice and some boiled vegetables for dinner. :D. So basically that got me thinking is there a more cool way to display the food in 3D and make the experience more appealing.
The below image is one of the commercial grade hologram projectors in the markets priced from (2000$- 8000$). In technical terms is not a true hologram projector but an illusion of reflection.
In this article, I’ll talk about how to make something similar and the challenges on the way.
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Neural networks have been a hot topic after the surfacing of deep learning. In these series of tutorials we will go in depth into building complex networks with Keras and Tensor Flow.
TensorFlow is an open-source library for machine learning introduced by Google. Keras provides a high level api/wrapper around TensorFlow.
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In this tutorial we will implement a simple linear regression with tensorflow. So what is linear regression ? In a nutshell it’s an efficient way to calculate the correlation between two variables. These two variables are identified as independent and dependent variables. We all use regression on an intuitive level every day. For this tutorial we can use real estate data(house area and price). Although real estate prices depends on all sort of variables for this example we assume that house prices increases with house area.
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This was a problem I was working for a while. It is to do a proof of concept and see, with how much accuracy we can recognize a supermarket receipt. The scope is to try with 2 major supermarkets. One is Tesco and the other one is Sainsbury which are two of the leading supermarkets in the UK. The data set had over 2000 images and was a very challenging data set. Almost 60% for the receipts had below 20-30% accuracy (bad lighting conditions/angles/low resolution/crumpled) when the receipts are processed through the Tesseract OCR.
- Okay, Now let’s start with a reasonable receipt. This receipt is readable for the human eye. Let see how the Tesseract reads this. (Hmm Not bad at-least we can get the supermarket name, less than 5% accuracy)
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This article is about our final year project which dates back to 2015 AD, to re-identify people inside a camera network. Basically at the end of the day if you point a person in the CCTV and ask where did that person go it will generate a video of the person wandering around.
Okays not as worse as the sponge bob re-identification. But yea it works. And yes the system runs real time too.
The following video shows the system running. That’s a very long video I would suggest to keep on reading. 😀
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Some decades ago debugging is something you have to pay for. But now the debugging tools have evolved into a whole new dimension.
“Debugging is like being the detective in a crime movie where you are also a murderer”
Continue reading “Be A Debug Ninja”