Few days ago, my aunt asks me to fix my cousin’s computer. The desktop, only the CPU and a power cord arrived at my house via my dad. I was told that there were some problems with the desktop. My dad suggests that it may be a RAM problem, and it was true. There were … Continue reading First time install RAM (doing a favour for relative)
2048 is a viral game, coded by Gabriele Cirulli, a 20 year old web developer. I played the game many times and just for curiously, I tried to figure out how the game is coded. From the source code on Github, it seems that it is a simple game made up of HTML, CSS, and … Continue reading My first fork! 2048 game
I am reading Scott Aaronson’s lecture notes on Great Ideas in Theoretical Computer Science to get inspiration and overview of the field. The notes encompass logic, math, computational complexity, cryptography, quantum computing and more. If we are given two numbers A and B, how do we find the greatest common divisor (GCD)? This is a … Continue reading How to find GCD of two numbers?
This is a fun assignment, as we get to deal with real data: twitter’s live stream, that is real-time tweets on twitter.com.This is done by accessing the twitter Application Programming Interface(API) using python. This assignment requires some python programming knowledge. Get Twitter live stream data First, we have to get the data from twitter to … Continue reading Introduction to Data Science: Assignment 1 (Twitter Sentiment Analysis in Python)
Big data is the new trend in computer science, there is even a term for people who do big data – “data scientist”. To find out what is this big data, I am now taking Introduction to Data Science by University of Washington instructed by Bill Howe. Data science is a new field, and as … Continue reading Introduction to Data Science (University of Washington): Introduction
It’s been a tough week, I needed some time to comprehend the formulas and get used to it. I am not alone in this, surprisingly phd student also had a hard time with this course. Last week, we learnt how to find a best fit line for graph with one variable, this week, we find … Continue reading Stanford ML Week 2: Linear Regression with Multiple Variables