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Petastorm

Learn how to generate a Petastorm dataset that is compatible with different machine learning frameworks, analyze and manipulate the dataset, and more.

Petastorm, an open-source data access library, enables single-node or distributed training as well as evaluation of deep learning models precisely from datasets in Apache Parquet format and datasets that are already loaded as Apache Spark DataFrames. As Andrey, a U.S.-based Python engineer, notes, it supports popular Python-based machine learning (ML) frameworks including Tensorflow, PyTorch, and PySpark. For more information about Petastorm, refer to the Petastorm GitHub page and Petastorm API documentation.

Petastorm enables either single machine or distributed training, as well as support for multiple Python-based ML frameworks such as NumPy, Tensorflow, Theano, Pytorch, and PySpark. …


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Introduction

Cloud9 provides a development environment in the cloud. Cloud9 enables developers to get started with coding immediately with pre-setup environments called workspaces, collaborate with their peers with collaborative coding features, and build web apps with features like live preview and browser compatibility testing. It supports more than 40 languages, with top class support for PHP, Ruby, Python, Node.js, and Go Language.

How Does AWS Cloud9 Work?

The AWS Cloud9 IDE, running in a web browser on your local computer, interacts with your AWS Cloud9 environment. A computing resource, for example an Amazon EC2 instance or your own server, connects to that environment. Your work is then stored in an AWS CodeCommit repository or another type of remote repository. …


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We are excited to announce that we successfully hosted our November Ask-Me-Anything (AMA) session on our official Telegram channel on Friday, 27 November at 6 PM UTC. The hour-long AMA saw community members interact with us by asking all kinds of questions, save for those related to price speculation and price pumping.

We tried as much as possible to keep it in the spirit of an AMA and allowed the community to ask any questions on their minds.

We are grateful to all those who participated in the AMA. Some asked questions while others were comfortable with following the questions and responses on the sidelines. …


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We are thrilled to announce that we will be hosting our next Telegram Ask-Me-Anything (AMA) session on Friday, 27 November at 6 PM UTC. You are invited to join us on our official Telegram channel where Education Ecosystem CEO Michael J. Garbade will be interacting with the community for a full hour in real-time.

What’s going down?

We promised you in our previous AMA that we will host our next session on November 27th, the last Friday of the month. That’s what we are going to do. Michael will be responding to questions posed to him related to Education Ecosystem, our community, latest developments, the Ledu token and anything else, save for price speculation. …


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We successfully hosted our Ask-Me-Anything (AMA) session on November 3rd on our official Telegram channel. The community interacted with company CEO Michael J. Garbade in which members asked as many questions as the allocated time — an hour — allowed.

Keeping in line with the true spirit of the AMA, community members asked any questions they had in mind, except on price speculation and token shilling. We are not a pump and dump vaporware project.

We want to give a big thank you to all those who participated in the AMA. We thank you for the questions you posted and to those who posted their questions via email or after the AMA had ended, we are going to answer them in a blog post. …


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We regret to inform you that Education Ecoystem’s Ask-Me-Anything (AMA) session slotted for October 30 at 6 PM UTC has been postponed due to technical difficulties. The rescheduled AMA will be hosted on Tuesday, 3 November at 6 PM UTC.

The rescheduled AMA will be hosted on our official Telegram channel as previously announced. You are free to send your questions even before the AMA kicks off.

Nothing has changed. The AMA will focus on Education Ecosystem and the LEDU token. We greatly encourage you to participate in the AMA to have your voice heard. However, if you miss the AMA, look out for the recap. Education Ecosystem hosts monthly AMA sessions, read our blog or follow our social media channels to know when we will host the next session.


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We are excited to announce that we will be hosting our next Telegram Ask-Me-Anything (AMA) session on Friday, 30 October at 6 PM UTC. Education Ecosystem invites you to participate in the hour-long AMA session where you have the opportunity to interact with the CEO, Michael J. Garbade.

What’s happening?

This AMA session will be hosted on our official Telegram channel. Michael will respond to questions related to Education Ecosystem, our community, Ledu token and everything in-between. If you missed our last AMA on 26 September, here is our recap. …


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The decentralized finance (DeFi) movement is the new corner of crypto that has taken the industry by storm. DeFi has become the latest hotbed because its applications are permissionless and allow anyone with an internet connection to interact with them. Moreover, DeFi applications do not require trust in third-parties or custodians. Being trustless is one of the key principles upon which blockchain technology is built upon.

But much like the ICO boom of 2017 which later proved to be a bubble, questions naturally arise on whether DeFi is all hype and no value at all. What we know for sure is that the DeFi boom has attracted mixed reactions from industry experts. And while some experts warn that the DeFi movement will eventually follow a similar trajectory to the 2017 ICO craze, others are looking to capitalize on the current wave. …


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Introduction

With the demand for DevOps Services on AWS growing, AWS responded with a number of services that could cater the ever growing DevOps needs. AWS also introduced a service named AWS CodeStar that brings all the AWS DevOps services under one roof. It is a cloud service designed to make it easier to develop, build, and deploy applications on AWS by simplifying the setup of your entire development project. AWS CodeStar includes project templates for common development platforms to enable provisioning of projects and resources for coding, building, testing, deploying, and running your software project.

What Is AWS CodeStar?

AWS CodeStar helps you create, manage, and work with software development projects on Amazon Web Services. This service helps you with various Devops operations so that you can develop, build and also deploy applications on AWS. …


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Introduction to AWS CodeCommit

AWS CodeCommit is a fully-managed source control service that hosts secure Git-based repositories. It makes it easy for teams to collaborate on code in a secure and highly scalable ecosystem. CodeCommit eliminates the need to operate your own source control system or worry about scaling its infrastructure. You can use CodeCommit to securely store anything from source code to binaries, and it works seamlessly with your existing Git tools.

It is a version control service, which is hosted and fully managed by Amazon, which can be used to privately store data (documents, binary files, source code) and manage them in the cloud. …

About

Dr. Michael J. Garbade

Founder & CEO of Education Ecosystem. Serial entrepreneur with experience from Amazon, GE & Rebate Networks, https://www.education-ecosystem.com/

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