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Learning Xamarin: Saving and Retrieving Photos

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In my previous post, I talked about using the Camera with Forms-based applications. In this post I explain how to save and then use the photos you take.   Saving The Photo Once we take the photo, the first task is … Continue reading → For the complete article and hyperlinks, please visit my blog at

Enhancing your Web Browsing Experience with Machine Learned Models (part I) | The Official Blog of

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Enhancing your Web Browsing Experience with Machine Learned Models (part I) | The Official Blog of

You may recall the blog post
we did several months ago predicting defaults on Kiva loans. That
analysis was plenty interesting, but wouldn't it be cool if you could
instantly get that information in your browser before deciding whether
or not to offer a loan?

By leveraging Kiva's open API and BigML, we quickly built a Chrome extension that allows you to do exactly that.

Our machine
learning guru Charles Parker provides an insight on Dr. Douglas Hofstadter's
research and approach to Artificial Intelligence, and ways that the
machine learning community is seeking to tackle a similar objective of
getting a computer to think like a human brain. Learn more here...(Read whole news on source site)

Israel at War

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I don’t use to write non-technical post, but this isn’t regular time at Israel,Israel is under missile attack for more than 2 weeks. we are facing cynical terrorist organization which is hiding behind it’s ownlocal population. we do recognize that Palestinian people are suffering,but so are the people of Israel. the south of Israel is […]The post Israel at War appeared first on .

New Blog Host

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My blog has just been migrated from Community Server to WordPress. That means: It has a nice new look! As of right now, the image files are not linked. Many of the links to my other blog posts are broken. Let me know what you think of the new layout!

Reddish-Greenish-Refactor - O'Reilly Radar

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Reddish-Greenish-Refactor - O'Reilly Radar

The standard three-step cycle goes like this. After choosing a small
improvement, which can be either a feature or a bug fix, you add a
failing test which shows that the improvement is missing (“Red”); add
production code to make the test pass (“Green”); and clean up the
production code while making sure the tests still pass (“Refactor”).