You have a chessboard of 8*8 square. You have 8 queens. Your goal is to place the 8 queens on the board, without any of them threatening another one. A queen is threaten if she is on the same row, or the same column, or the same diagonal of another queen (like in the rules of chess).
This is a project I worked on recently : detecting faces on an image thanks to machine learning (using caffe for CNN).
Today, an article about caffe, a framework for convolutional neural network (machine learning). Caffe is quite famous, but its documentation is terrific. In this tutorial we will train a model, and use the python interface to ask the Neural Network to classify an image.
Parlons un peu du passage au numérique dans l'éducation. Il y a deux-trois points qui me titillent que je voudrais partager.
A quick article to explain two new functionalities of vulgairedev.
OCCInterface and ExploREST are part of the result of my work this summer. Check it out !
The main project i am currently working on is a playground wich illustrate the possibilities of a REST API, which aim is to normalize and unify the cloud management (more infos on a next article, i guess?).
To do so, I use React. One of the features of this playground is that, like in a Documentation, you have some Readings. You click on a Menu, then you can read on a specific location of the page. In a previous project, I did it with HTML files that I included, but we wan do way better. We can use Markdown.
The double data binding is something more common in Angular js than with React and Redux, because the flux pattern is a "one way data binding". But sometimes you'll need it (or at least it is the simplest way of doing the job)