I got Octavian in boxes, and he left my island. I was happy about that. He was a compromise villager to begin with, so when he was ready to leave, I was happy to let him go. Though there was also a growing sense of dread. I know who I want. Ribbot. Its very a… Continue reading Why Their Should be Filters on Animal Crossing Villager Hunts
Recently, I began work on a presentation I will be giving soon.* And as I was writing something very strange began to show up. I was getting the little wavy red lines under my words. Words that were spelled correctly, and that in good standing with the standard grammatical usages. When I clicked on them,… Continue reading The Curse of AI Grammar in Office 2019
Like most humans, I enjoy music. And like a smaller subset of the same, I have a Spotify account. And after I made my first couple of playlists, I began to wonder about how it makes recommendations. Without peeking at any of the data from the company I had a few ideas on how it… Continue reading Screwing Around with Spotify’s Recommendation Engine
Recently, I got the chance to try the beta of the AWS Cloud Champion training. They billed it as a "gamified tutorial" that is designed to "...teaches participants the basics of cloud computing through a virtual showcase" and lets just say, it was a disappointment to say the least. This is actually what it looks… Continue reading AWS Cloud Champion?