The Open-Source Data Science Master: a comprehensive list of videos, books, tools required for data scientist

Learn Data Scince: a collection of Data Science Learning materials in the form of IPython Notebooks.

The Open-Source Data Science Master: a comprehensive list of videos, books, tools required for data scientist

Learn Data Scince: a collection of Data Science Learning materials in the form of IPython Notebooks.

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Nice article, short and precise: http://ruben.verborgh.org/blog/2012/12/31/asynchronous-error-handling-in-javascript/

http://www.amazon.com/Magical-Mathematics-Mathematical-Animate-Tricks/dp/0691151644

http://www.amazon.com/Colossal-Book-Mathematics-Paradoxes-Problems/dp/0393020231

http://www.amazon.com/Colossal-Book-Short-Puzzles-Problems/dp/0393061140/ref=pd_sim_b_2

http://www.amazon.com/Four-Colors-Suffice-Problem-Solved/dp/0691115338

http://www.amazon.com/Mathenauts-Mathematical-Wonder-Rudy-Rucker/dp/0877958904

http://www.amazon.com/Games-Life-Explorations-Evolution-Behaviour/dp/0198547838

I’ve ordered a robot on Robotshop.com. It’s almost 2 months they’re trying to get all the pieces of my huge order, but it seems like it’s coming soon. Meanwhile I’ve started gathering resources for education:

http://www.microsoft.com/robotics/#Learn

http://www.netduino.com/downloads/

http://www.helloapps.com/QuickStart/

http://www.tinyclr.com/support

- typeof Array returns ‘object’
- typeof null returns ‘object’
- var n = [4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42];

n.sort( ); // n is [15, 16, 23, 4, 42, 8] - parseInt(“08”) = 0, because js thinks that the number has base 8.
- 0.1 + 0.2 is not equal to 0.3
- typeof NaN == = ‘number’ // true

NaN === NaN // false

NaN !== NaN // true - ‘ ‘ == ‘0’ // false

0 == ‘ ‘ // true

false == ‘false’ // false

false == ‘0’ // true

false == undefined // false

false == null // false

null == undefined // true’ \t\r\n ‘ == 0 // true

An impressive article from Eric Jacobson that makes a lot of testers free. Here is his list of cases that could be skipped: Continue reading

Trying to stimulate me to begin starting to push myself to learn Javascript. This is the buggest language I’ve met, it was invented like in 10 days with some great concept and even more great caveats.

Started reading Test-driven javascript development, but ocassionally stopped: too obfuscated for a beginner. Now trying to make Javascript: Good Parts by Douglas Crockford.

The first hard thing supposed to be Closures. But here is the great article on this topic: http://blog.morrisjohns.com/javascript_closures_for_dummies.html

Hope it will go easier from now on.