Our Favorite Posts Of Last Week (Apr 28, 2019)

A Recipe for Training Neural Networks

Some few weeks ago I posted a tweet on “the most common neural net mistakes”, listing a few common gotchas related to training neural nets. The tweet got quite a bit more engagement than I anticipated (including a webinar :)).
Link: https://karpathy.github.io/2019/04/25/recipe/
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What Crawl Budget Means for Googlebot

Recently, we've heard a number of definitions for "crawl budget", however we don't have a single term that would describe everything that "crawl budget" stands for externally. With this post we'll clarify what we actually have and what it means for Googlebot.
Link: https://webmasters.googleblog.com/2017/01/what-crawl-budget-means-for-googlebot.html
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Build and automate a serverless data lake using an AWS Glue trigger for the Data Catalog and ETL jobs

Today, data is flowing from everywhere, whether it is unstructured data from resources like IoT sensors, application logs, and clickstreams, or structured data from transaction applications, relational databases, and spreadsheets. Data has become a crucial part of every business.
Link: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/big-data/build-and-automate-a-serverless-data-lake-using-an-aws-glue-trigger-for-the-data-catalog-and-etl-jobs/
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Easy deploy your Docker applications to AWS using ECS and Fargate

In this post, I will try to demonstrate how you can deploy your Docker application into AWS using ECS and Fargate. As an example, I will deploy this app to ECS. The source can be found here.
Link: https://thecode.pub/easy-deploy-your-docker-applications-to-aws-using-ecs-and-fargate-a988a1cc842f
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