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The wait for TensorFlow on Windows is almost over

When will it be possible to run Google’s TensorFlow deep learning system on Windows with full GPU support? The short answer is “soon.”

The real holdup, though, hasn’t even been TensorFlow. 124 more words


Scam Warning

I’ve had a very amusing afternoon…

I’ve been called 3 times by people purporting to be from a Telecommunications provider’s Technical Services department to tell me that I have a problem with my router. 171 more words


Final Day

So, here we are. The final day of my work experience with Cosmic. It has been an adventure (except from the fact the furthest I have strayed from my desk is across the road). 550 more words


YouTube is now available on your Dish DVR

YouTube, everyone’s favorite source for Adele lyric videos and ASMR-inducing paper crinkles, is joining Netflix and other on-demand services on the Dish Hopper 3 DVR… 113 more words


The cloud will absorb Windows (and the rest)

InfoWorld’s Eric Knorr has made the compelling point that perhaps Microsoft should get out of the Windows business and instead focus on the public cloud. I get that opinion. 132 more words


Test me!

“Testing is the process of evaluating a system or its component(s) with the intent to find whether it satisfies the specified requirements or not.” (TutorialsPoint, 2016)

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First Steps

“Whereas many GNU/Linux distributions attempt to be more user-friendly, Arch Linux has always been, and shall always remain user-centric. The distribution is intended to fill the needs of those contributing to it, rather than trying to appeal to as many users as possible. 1,421 more words

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