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Tennessee Leeuwenburg
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Geek, manager, husband, human.
Geek, manager, husband, human.

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Inexplicably earning 30c
I'm up late tonight. No particular reason, I just get a bit of insomnia sometimes. It seems best not to worry about it, but just to ride it out and do whatever seems to keep me calm. I wrote a few blog posts late last year, spurred by having looked at some ...

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Wrangling downloading my own blog articles
99.9% of everything at the moment appears to be wrangling basic data ingest. In a fit of semi-directionless curiosity, I decided to try expanding on my previous post by wiring up some kind of automatic blogging tool just to see if I could. This problem has ...

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A thought experiment on making money from blogging
For some unknown reason, Google picked today (or, presumably, a few days ago) to verify my postal email address. This is somehow part of being able to accept AdSense payments. I turned ads on at some point in my blogging life, probably about five years ago....

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Towards your first iPhone app, in Python, with some working Phone functionality
Writing your first iPhone app, with Python Mobile apps are awesome! Writing them is super-intimidating. This post is going to outline how to go from not having anything relevant installed, and no accounts set up, assuming no particular knowledge beyond Pyth...

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Shareable Datasets -- A Functional Design
So I was inspired by reading a blog post on "Truly Open Data" by Bill Mills: http://billmills.github.io/blog/truly-open-data/ We engaged in a bit of back-and-forth, and he encouraged me to set my ideas out a bit more clearly. I got somewhat inspired, and cr...

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Can you make a BitTorrent 'channel' for just some files?
I have a problem I'd like to solve with BitTorrent -- I think. BT is great for two things: moving large files around quickly, and distributing storage capacity. Those are two things which data scientists badly, badly need. The only real alternative is for l...

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Quick example: A heat map of pedestrian counts
It might not look like it, but I have been super-busy lately working on data science and machine learning tech. I've been going on a bit of a vision quest trying to wrap my head around the whole thing. You know what -- I'm pretty lost. I've learned a lot of...

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Setup for PyCon AU Tutorial -- Take One
This is an attempt to provide attendees of PyCon AU 2015 with a guide to getting set up ahead of the tutorial. Getting set up in advance will assist greatly in getting the most of the tutorial. It will let attendees focus on the slides and the problem examp...
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