Force yourself to start from nothing, and you will uncover the endless "somethings" within you.. When was the last time you expressed yourself on a blank page? That doesn't necessarily mean in written form. It could be being the first to share your opinion in a class; it could be starting something new; it could be a change in career. But I challenge you, take out a blank page and just look at it for a bit. Tune out all of the distractions around you.
Think about your story, think about what you have to share with this world. A blank page will quite literally strip you down from all the labels and expectations you come in with. Because it's not judging you, it's just there to listen to your story. No matter if you are male or female, consider yourself a "good" or "bad" writer, or hate your own handwriting. Discover it yourself. Let each day be your blank page. Start with nothing, dig deep, and I promise by the end, you will have something that you never saw in yourself before.
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This deep-learning model from @nvidia can turn doodles into photorealistic pictures.
The astonishing tool uses generative adversarial networks (GANs) to convert your terrible paint attempts into lifelike images.
Named GauGAN after post-impressionist painter Paul Gauguin, the deep-learning model was trained on a million images to teach it what the world looks like. The user draws their image and the network takes it from there. “It’s like a coloring book picture that describes where a tree is, where the sun is, where the sky is,” vice president of applied deep learning research at @NVIDIA Bryan Catanzaro said in a statement. “And then the neural network is able to fill in all of the detail and texture, and the reflections, shadows and colors, based on what it has learned about real images.” “This technology is not just stitching together pieces of other images, or cutting and pasting textures,” Catanzaro said. “It’s actually synthesizing new images, very similar to how an artist would draw something.”
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Why do I think I can do this? (Build a Crowdtesting platform)
I became a Test Engineer right after I graduated from university 8 years ago and I was testing a lot of different hardware and software stuff since then.
To me, it was fun to tell people what is broken and how to fix it. I still like it very much and I am doing it on a daily basis. Around 5 years ago I moved away from manual testing to test automation, development and operations. I was working in small companies and big companies like Samsung.
At this particular moment, I can automate almost anything programmatically, build a website, Android app or a backend service.
TestingCatalog is my side hustle at this moment. I learned a ton of new stuff while I was building it. I was also putting my hands into marketing, analytics, business and legal topics without having any previous experience in those areas.
Even after 3 years on TestingCatalog I sill have a lot more to learn about. This inspires me very much because I like learning by creating something and having a long term idea is the best option for me. It may happen in 7 or in 10 years and I am completely fine with such timeline. Maybe it will have a totally different concept from what I have in mint right now (95% chance) but it doesn't really matter too much.
I also know myself quite well, if something is hardly achievable for me, I will start getting to the point in my own way. It just works.
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I have a YouTube channel (link in bio) where I am posting web development tutorials for absolute beginners that aren't sure where to start.
The first video of a 13 part series on HTML5 goes up today. We're going to start right at the beginning, with no coding knowledge assumed. At the conclusion of the 13th video, you'll be totally proficient and confident with HTML.
Don't pay for a Udemy course. It's free on my YouTube channel.
Who’s to say DevOps isn’t the happiest software-making methodology in the world?
Less repetitive tasks and documentation = good vibes
More people get the big picture of what they’re working on = good vibes
Less bureaucracy to hinder you from getting results = good vibes
Experimentation and incremental improvement feeds creativity = all the good vibes!
Click the link in bio to drill down into the detail of why DevOps makes happy 😊