How I went about choosing a Deep Learning Framework

The following is a excerpt that was made, as part of my final capstone project. Introduction The hardware and software section will be primarily exploring the two key parts in the development of neural networks. Currently the two competing software libraries for the development of neural networks are PyTorch and Tensor Flow. And the two […]

Creating ASP.NET Core MVC Integration Tests – Getting Started

Tests should be created to make your life easier down the line. When you may or my not have to add new functionality or rework some previous code. However Unit tests may not always be enough, so we end up using integration testing as well. Prerequisites : Microsoft.AspNetCore.TestHost – NuGet Package Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.InMemory – NuGet Package […]

WTF is Bubble Sort ?

Bubble sort is a type of sorting algorithm. Its not the best for everything but it does have its uses. It gets its name since it makes the largest values “bubble” to the top. Bubble sort does its job by using pair comparisons. So it takes the current value and compares it to it’s neighbor […]

Project – Mighty Man – WIP

Made with Unreal , using Blue Prints, along with some assets from Unreal’s Asset Store. I was inspired to make this game by Nex Machina a game in the same sort of Twin Stick Arcade Shooter. Here’s what I have done so far: Ver_0.1  

Map vs Reduce vs Filter in JavaScript

So these methods are part of the “functional” aspect of JavaScript. JavaScript is a strange language in a good way. Before we get into this, know that all these methods above try to replace the “for” loop, or any other type of loop you can think of. Some of you might be saying, “I like […]

Questions People have Asked Me – Part 1

Below are some questions I was recently asked, with my answers.  Please let me know if any of them are wrong, its a learning opportunity for me 🙂 What is the binary sort algorithm and how does it work?  The binary sort algorithm (BSA) is used to effectively sort data. It works on the principle of continuously cutting the data set in half, […]