Tag: blog

MS Certified: Azure Data Scientist Associate
(02 May 2021)

Been a while since any update, so heres a tiny one: I got my DP-100 Azure Data Scientist certificate! Pretty interesting to learn about the Azure environment and how to train and deploy a pipeline...

Tutorial: Embedding Fast.ai into your website through binder and nbinteract
(12 Jan 2021)

Some time ago, as I was working through the fast.ai course, one of the mini-projects ended with a suggestion to serve the classifier to the general public. The suggested route, being hosted on binder.org and...

Website v1.7 - Project Page
(15 Oct 2020)

Welp! a whole year has passed since last major change but here we are, v1.7, with a newfangled projects page (including a gallery), some touching up in CSS and a few bug fixes.

The CO2 impact of just one blog
(04 May 2020)

This post in the end is more a placeholder, or even a reminder if you will, on not forgetting that even the smallest of our actions has a CO2 impact!

A Small Update
(18 Mar 2020)

Just a small update to say I’m still here! Between a new project at work, the holidays (extended by a concussion), plans for career changes, and a Switch which my sister gifted me, I admit...

Website v1.6 - Comments and Slideshows!
(15 Sep 2019)

Another round of updates to the website! This time a comment section courtesy of Disqus and image slideshows.

Website v1.5 Updates
(02 Aug 2019)

As I mentioned in the Website v1.0 post, it was in its minimum viable state. There was still a lot which I wanted to include, and slowly in my spare moments I’ve managed to enable...

Making a Parallax splash page
(26 Mar 2019)

Side scrolling games have used parallax for many decades already, giving a sensation of depth with very simple graphics. It took a while but shortly after the release of CSS3, websites started popping up with...

Website v1.0 released!
(11 Mar 2019)

After a lot of blood, sweat and tears, I finally got the website to its minimum viable state: splash page, blog, and about-me section.

Hiding from spammers with JavaScript
(09 Mar 2019)

Email spammers use bots to crawl the internet and make note of the mailto: links scattered around blogs, forums and websites to build their massive lists of potential phishing and spam victims. Having a plain...

Website update
(05 Feb 2019)

What better way to keep track of progress than with a blog post! The past months have ended up being much more busy than what I expected and I had broken the live website with...

First Post!
(24 Aug 2018)

I thought it would be neat to try and finally make a blog which I can use to showcase some of the minor hobby projects I get up to. Mostly because it might just force...

Copyright © 2023 Pandalism