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#day05 I didn't do much. I got busy with setting up new gitlab account and getting familiarised with it. Did some assignment work.

#competitiveprogramming solved a problem set and uploaded in my gitlab account.

https://gitlab.com/ScienceSaint/problemset-and-solution

Feel free to comment and coming up with optimal solution for the problem set. π

A new Linux smartphone is coming!

With an affordable price, too. Pine64 is behind this device running KDE Plasma.

KDE Neon creator Jonathan Riddell revealed this at Open Source Summit and it will be called PinePhone.

You can expect this open source Linux smartphone to cost $100+ for 2GB RAM and 16GB storage.

==> https://fossbytes.com/pinephone-pine64-affordable-linux-smartphone-kde-plasma/

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#Linux #smartphone #KDE #Pine64 #PinePhone

Another independent, academic confirmation of zero malware in #FDroid π :

https://nsl.cs.waseda.ac.jp/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/submitted_wama2017.pdf

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#day04 completed multiple linear regression and backward elimination method.

#competitiveprogramming solved a problem based on math and binary search.

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#day03 learnt about multiple linear regression and how to find out the significant independent variables and remove insignificant variables through backward elimination to increase the efficiency of the model.

#competitiveprogramming didn't solve a problem. Slept due to tiredness. π π

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#day02 learnt about multi variable linear regression and math behind the linear regression algorithms.

Started to focus on competitive programming besides machine learning to increase problem solving skills.

I am using codeforces.com to increase my problem solving ability in short period of time and using codechef.com to increase my problem solving ability in long period of time.

Aim is to solve one problem each day.

Solved a problem based on binary tree and divide&conquer.

Started my journey to learn machine learning.

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#day01 learnt data processing in python and simple linear regression algorithms.

"Students who acquire large debts putting themselves through school are unlikely to think about changing society. When you trap people in a system of debt they can't afford the time to think. Tuition fee increases are a disciplinary technique,' and, by the time students graduate, they are not only loaded with debt, but have also internalized the 'disciplinarian culture.' This makes them efficient components of the consumer economy."

~ Noam Chomsky

We need thinkers. World has enough followers.

I am science saint.

Joined Oct 2018