I'm a Python programmer and former Sysadmin in Toronto. I like tinkering with 3D printers, raspberry PI and electronics on the side.
I'm a Linux geek and participate with @gtalug.
Besides computer hobbies I like running and cycling a lot.
I'll be posting more of my side projects and hobbies here, I'll try to put other topics under cw.
tensorflow-rocm *almost* worked on Ryzen 5 2400G 😞
I tried to run one of the tutorial modules -- imagenet/classify_image.py.
This github issue shows pretty conclusively that onboard AMD graphics care are not supported by tensorflow-rocm -- https://github.com/ROCmSoftwarePlatform/tensorflow-upstream/issues/277
From our July lightning talks, the video of presentation Taskwarrior with Tomas Babej is now available here -- https://youtu.be/gCat4d634YA
TIL Kodak had weapons-grade radioactive material in Rochester, NY when I went to school there in 2000-2004. https://twitter.com/Foone/status/1151580091438120965?s=20
a neural net invents new lacroix flavors you won't find at the store
Academic textbook publishing
> Pearson ditches print textbooks for college students in digital-first strategy
I swear to god, if I ever become a prof, I will be that kind of prof who writes their own textbook and then emails it to the whole class on principle
Now that two halves are done, I glue them together. Note that the pattern is a 3d printing artifact.
One of th lamp halves curled slightly because I didn't know correct settings for brand new filament I was using. Since then I bumped temperature by 5 degrees for both bed and hotend to 65C and 225C respectively for Sigma D3D pla.
"The result was a system so arcane that when it was called upon to do the one thing that mattered — warn “fire!” and say where — it produced instead a nearly indecipherable message. "
The fire warning system in Notre-Dame with PGP-like usability 😂
The Verge wrote a piece about Mastodon and Gab. There’s also a paragraph in there about what I had to say about this whole thing. Give it a read if you’ve got a few minutes to spare.
Spoke too soon.
Spool holder got dragged by the print head, fell off the table and knocked y-axis out of alignment.
IKEA NOT lamp shade replacement I found on thingiverse looks kind of nice when it's being printed.
My printer wasn't big enough to print the whole thing at once, so I sliced it in half. Let's hope it would fit.
Material: translucent PLA (sigma e3d)
Print settings: 0.4 mm layer height
Python programmer, runner, likes 3D printers and making short videos.
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