Jul 16, 2021
3 min to read
Anti-intuitive but yet interactive example of how the floating-point numbers like -27.156 are stored in binary format in a computer's memory
Apr 16, 2021
11 min to read
JavaScript implementation of so-called Seam Carving algorithm for the content-aware image resizing and objects removal. Dynamic programming approach is applied to optimize the resizing time.
Mar 2, 2021
2 min to read
Accessing the device orientation using React hook, and rotating a CSS 3D cube afterwards
Dec 10, 2020
2 min to read
Snapshot of 33 most starred open-sourced JavaScript repositories on GitHub as of December
Dec 1, 2020
22 min to read
In this article we will start solving the issue of making the printed links (i.e. in a book or in a magazine) clickable via your smartphone camera
Jun 18, 2020
13 min to read
I've trained a character-level LSTM RNN on ~100k recipes dataset using TensorFlow, and it suggested me to cook Cream Soda with Onions, Puff Pastry Strawberry Soup, Zucchini flavor Tea and Salmon Mousse of Beef and Stilton Salad with Jalapenos
Jun 11, 2020
1 min to read
The recipe for how you can ruin your happiness and start feeling miserable using social media
May 5, 2020
6 min to read
Recognize digits and sketches. Detect objects. Classify images. Write a Shakespeare poem. All with TensorFlow 2 models demo.
Mar 23, 2020
1 min to read
Coronavirus (COVID-19) dashboard to show the dynamics of Сoronavirus distribution per country
Jan 28, 2020
2 min to read
This a list of state-of-the-art shitcode principles your project should follow.
Dec 6, 2019
8 min to read
The NanoNeuron.js code example contains 7 simple JavaScript functions (which touches on model prediction, cost calculation, forward/backwards propagation, and training) that will give you a feeling of how machines can actually learn. No 3rd-party libraries, no external data-sets or dependencies, only pure and simple JavaScript functions.
Jun 30, 2019
2 min to read
Decoupling of geolocation logic into React hook
May 7, 2019
18 min to read
Useful insights from recruiters that they normally send to applicants before the technical interviews
Jan 1, 2019
2 min to read
A list of 25 most trending Jupyter Notebooks on GitHub as for December, 2018
Dec 21, 2018
2 min to read
MatLab/Octave examples of popular machine learning algorithms with code examples and mathematics being explained
Oct 31, 2018
2 min to read
MatLab/Octave examples of popular machine learning algorithms with code examples and mathematics being explained
Aug 29, 2018
2 min to read
Collection of Python scripts that are split by topics and contain code examples with explanations, different use cases
Aug 18, 2018
2 min to read
Top of JavaScript projects as for 2018
Aug 17, 2018
1 min to read
Complex but yet magical topic!
Jul 16, 2018
3 min to read
Extending ambitions rather than limits will bring nothing more than additional stress, unhappiness and dissatisfaction to our lives.
Jul 3, 2018
6 min to read
Advice on how to spend the 24 hours you have more productively
Jun 29, 2018
1 min to read
This article briefly describes the difference between mathematical permutations and combinations,explains the main idea behind permutations and combinations algorithms and contains links to algorithms implementation in JavaScript.
Jun 15, 2018
7 min to read
In this article I’m trying to explain the difference/similarities between dynamic programing and divide and conquer approaches based on two examples - binary search and minimum edit distance (Levenshtein distance)
Jun 11, 2018
1 min to read
The list of 50+ platforms you may use to promote your next project
May 21, 2018
2 min to read
Collection of classic algorithms and data structures implemented in ES6 JavaScript with explanations and links to further readings and YouTube videos
Mar 7, 2018
1 min to read
Aggregate data from many sources into one collection
Aug 30, 2017
5 min to read
The main idea is to automate project’s code and environment deployment to production and to make this process to be smooth and easy
Jul 13, 2017
3 min to read
Binary search trees, sometimes called ordered or sorted binary trees, are a particular type of container… bla…bla…bla… Stop!
Jun 24, 2017
2 min to read
The dangerous step is — to FIX price, deadlines and vague scope for long-term project and at the same time try to be AGILE in development process.
Jun 20, 2017
1 min to read
Real-world visual examples of SOLID principles
Jun 7, 2017
13 min to read
Example of how to create a re-usable npm library for Angular projects