In the Spring of 2014, I graduated with a B.S. in Computer Engineering and a B.S. in Mathematics. I am trying to get into grad school for neuroscience with an application in Brain-Computer Interfacing. Job experience includes cryptanalysis, malware reverse engineering, and neural nets. I'll edit this as I think of something more interesting to put.

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comment Convert data to leveldb for caffe
This is a good alternative, but isn't the correct answer because HDF5 data layers are not fully featured. I'm going to try and figure out the answer myself, but if you have any insights, it would be nice. Otherwise, I would appreciate if the question could be updated to what you actually wanted (any format Caffe takes) so I can ask for the more specific answer you originally proposed. :\ Otherwise, this is very useful. Thank you.
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comment SteamCMD Failed to get application info app
This appears to mean you personally don't have the rights (by Steam's discretion) to upload to the appID of your game. If you aren't the primary developer on the SteamWorks page, that might be one cause (and it seems to be my issue). How to fix this, I do not know yet. I'm trying to get it resolved myself and will get back to you. If you've figure this out in the three months between asking and now, please answer your own question, so that I may solve this too.
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comment How to tell when the A* algorithm is a good option, and how to choose a good heuristic?
It may be a better fit for [cs.SE]. But [math.SE] is a good choice.
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comment Detriments to Soylent fad?
Eh. If I contribute to science, then my life was worth it (but I don't eat a lot of Soylent and my recipe changes with cravings). I agree with your opinion on references too. However, links to the cravings and the egg on toast story would be cool. Also, supposedly it's not ice, it's crunchiness, which in the old (as in almost pre-fire days) meant bone, which meant marrow which is full of iron.
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comment Detriments to Soylent fad?
I love the Soylent Green comment. And I agree with the points, but I think the fact that no one has given a single reference for this question at all so far just show how little we can say on the subject at this time. I'll leave this up, since the liquid fad will make a resurgence even if Soylent dies. Also, @michaelpri, I don't know if that should be enforced unless someone can fully answer the question at all. (So I agree with Susan here.) Otherwise, yes.
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