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 Tensorflow: Using Adam optimizer
@dolbi There isn't an elegant way, but I use the method I outline here. You can use tf.initialize_variables([list,of,variables]) with just the new ones in tf.all_variables() since adding AdamOptimizer to the graph. I do have to say, this method shouldn't be used in code meant to be run more than once, but it works great while experimenting.
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comment IPython Notebook - Keep printing to notebook output after closing browser
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answered Keep Jupyter notebook running after closing browser tab
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comment How to run Windows Skype on Ubuntu using Wine?
The group chat is the only thing I use Skype for, so this does not work as a solution for me. I've been using it, but thank you for confirming my suspicion that Microsoft purposefully crippled the Ubuntu version.
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comment Can machines really create anything new?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
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comment Jupyter notebook SSL: WRONG_VERSION_NUMBER error only through Apache
Thanks! This indeed is the problem, now I can access the notebook, but I can't use it, since Apache doesn't allow PUT by default when it doesn't need to. The solution to my new problem, for anyone stumbling upon this in the future, doing something as dumb as I am, is in this question.
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comment Jupyter notebook SSL: WRONG_VERSION_NUMBER error only through Apache
I see what you mean. I could use the native security and just open the port for the notebook files on my router. Since the static notebooks don't need security since they don't expose anything, I don't need to bother with much. I really just wanted to learn more about Apache, but it's silly to do it for no reason. I'll delete this if someone doesn't offer something later. Have Apache serve it would allow me to have all of my access controls for the domain in one place, that's the only real benefit.
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comment Jupyter notebook SSL: WRONG_VERSION_NUMBER error only through Apache
Honestly, the biggest reason I want to do it, is to have a static uneditable version available on my website publicly accessible for sharing (the next and probably easier step), and be able to edit it remotely and update it with findings (which requires a GPU on my server to run, since I'm working with computationally intensive code). There are other ways I could do this, but I felt like this is the easiest. That doesn't mean it's the best, obviously.
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revised Jupyter notebook SSL: WRONG_VERSION_NUMBER error only through Apache
Forgot one important thing.
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comment Jupyter notebook SSL: WRONG_VERSION_NUMBER error only through Apache
The problem is I want to access this notebook elsewhere, so security IS an issue. I could just ssh in and play with python that way, but I do have a reason for this madness. I can access it through localhost, and all that, but when accessing it through my domain, I can't. I'll edit with more details.
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answered In TensorFlow is there any way to just initialize uninitialised variables?
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