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If you are the smartest guy in the room, then you are in the wrong room - Wissen macht frei
If you are the smartest guy in the room, then you are in the wrong room - Wissen macht frei

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DataOps: A DevOps approach to Machine Learning Development
1. Motivation We discussed in previous blog posts of the benefits of the Site Reliability Engineering and the DevOps approaches to software development and management of complex distributed systems. Unfortunately, this is nowadays not as widespread across d...
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An intro to my local Python runtime environment for Experiments
1. Motivation I want to share in this blog post the structure of my experiment environment which I use to mainly train my deep learning models, but I also more and more often adopt in other cases too. 2. PipEnv It is never a good idea to use the bare Python...
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How to prevent tensorflow from monopolizing your GPU
Here we are, running a code block in Jupyter, my GPU RAM is just taken entirely for the sake of it, my 8GB RAM is being filled up completely, and swap starts increasing and the whole system slows down until the notebook is killed or in the worst case the sy...
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A primer into monitoring of distributed systems
Monitoring Distributed Systems As written in an older post, there are multiple reasons behind monitoring a computing system: collecting performance metrics to analyze the system scalability, as well as storing logs to be able to perform a retrospective anal...
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Italian Summer (2nd Part)
The air we breath and the water we drink are probably the most important aspects of our environment. While plenty of different chemicals could be around, particulate is considered as an indicator of industrial activity and PM2.5 is recorded as certain carci...
Italian Summer (2nd Part)
Italian Summer (2nd Part)
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Italian summer
It's still pretty warm in Italy, today with peaks of more than 30 degrees. I therefore decided to print a bladeless fan for my desk to enjoy a small breeze. As usual I used Openscad and Ultimaker Cura. To save time I re-used an existing design for the pipe,...
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Defining support material in Ultimaker Cura
If you like me got in the world of 3D printing you know how tricky printing over angles larger than 60 degrees can be. The solution is to use support material, i.e. to use the same printing material to print support stands along with the desired shape.  I g...
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A TLDR Introduction to Kubernetes
A TLDR (Too Long Don't Read) Introduction to Kubernetes Kubernetes (K8s) is an open source orchestrator for containerized applications (i.e. based on containers, see my previous blog post on Docker ). The reason for containers is mainly runtime immutability...
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Questions you might want to ask during your interview
There are multiple reasons one might want to leave a company: corporate culture (mismatching goals or corporate identity), ethical reasons, bad learning prospect, focus on proprietary or obsolete technologies, as well as a b ad career prospect (Can you deve...
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An Intro to Infrastracture as a Code with Terraform and Ansible
1. Problem: In the past the tasks related to hardware and system administration were pretty separated from the ones of software development, i.e, assigned to different teams and individuals, and often led to so called "dev-ops" wars with the former throwing...
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