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This is Day 30 of the #100DaysOfPython challenge.

This post will continue on from part one and break down the basics of linear regression and also explain how we can take the work that we did and expand upon that to apply a train-test split to our dataset.

Source code…

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This is Day 29 of the #100DaysOfPython challenge.

This post will look into how we can create a linear regressor to make predictions about continuous target variables.

Source code can be found on my GitHub repo okeeffed/regression-with-scikit-learn.

  1. Familiarity Conda package, dependency and virtual environment manager. A handy additional reference for…

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import { K8sControlPlaneQuiz } from “@quiz/index”;

This post will recap some of the basics of Kubernetes to lay the foundations for upcoming posts.

The recap will include:

  1. What does the Control Plane comprise of?
  2. What is within a Node?
  3. What is a Pod?
  4. What is a Deployment
  5. What is a…

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This combined is Day 26 of the #100DaysOfPython challenge and Day 8 of the Melbourne lockdown bonus series on the AWS CDK for TypeScript.

This post will demonstrate how we can deploy a sample Python lambda to the AWS Lambda service on LocalStack using the TypeScript AWS CDK.

Source code…

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This is Day 27 of the #100DaysOfPython challenge.

This post will look at setting up our template repository for scikit-learn with Miniconda (a minimal installer for conda).

We will do this by using the scikit-learn package to create a GitHub template repository for our Machine Learning projects.

The final code…

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This is Day 25 of the #100DaysOfPython challenge.

This post will use the OpenCV Python library to apply an oil painting effect to an image.

  1. Familiarity with Pipenv. See here for my post on Pipenv.
  2. An image to use with the OpenCV library.

Let’s create the oil-paint-effect-with-open-cv-python directory and install…

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This post will demonstrate how we can deploy a Fargate on EKS Kubernetes cluster to run a simple application. Part one will focus on deploying the Kubernetes cluster with a running pod, but will not include the load balancer for the application.

This post will not be covering the basics…

Dennis O'Keeffe

Senior Engineer @ UsabilityHub. Formerly Culture Amp.

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