Xiaoru "Leo" Li is a computer science student at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany. He loves to teach himself cool stuff like machine learning and web technologies and write about them.
Writing Python scripts to help your non-programmer friends automate tasks can be easy, but how are they supposed to install all the right versions of dependencies by themselves?
I have been playing with the Dart language a lot recently and here are some tips which I find very useful!
Git hooks are customizable shell scripts that will be executed during life cycle of a Git command, here for you to accelerate your workflow!
Why MobX? Because state management can be a hard thing to do.
I will be constantly updating this post for new tricks I learnt about Git. :)
Regex, or regular expressions in its full name, can feel like some kind of scary dark witchcraft if you are not familiar with them.
Extend your keyboard with special characters from all over the world.
I've been playing with Tmux recently, and find it super helpful to manage terminal sessions, especially when doing remote things.
The migration from Hugo to GatsbyJS continues!
Just migrated from Hugo to Gatsby v2 beta, and here are some thoughts on the new start of this blog!
In this post, we'll be exploring what functors and map function really are in the context of functional programming!
Gradient descent is one of the most important concepts in machine learning. In this post, I'll be explaining what gradient descent actually is, and implement it in Python from scratch.
Today, I'll be explaining some of the most important concepts in functional programming, pure functions and immutability!
Simply better, cleaner code.