Isolation Forests in H2O.ai

A new feature has been added to H2O-3 open source, isolation forests. I've always been a fan of understanding outliers and love using One Class SVM's as a method, but the isolation forests appear to be better in finding outliers, in most cases....

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The Big Rocks

I'm back in Silicon Valley for a few days to attend our yearly Sales Engineering (SE) training. It's a great way for the growing SE team to get together and talk shop. I find these yearly meetings very useful but they're hectic. Fun but hectic. I...

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How Blogging Led to My Personal Growth

It's hard to believe that I've been blogging now for over 12 years. I've written 100's of posts, some short and some long. I've had my shares of ups and downs here but in the end I'm glad I stuck with it. It's made me realize that blogging has led …

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Switching CMS's Killed My Inbound Links!

It's no secret that I've switched CMS's so many times that it makes my head and my reader's heads spin. Take a look at my CMS tag and you'll see my struggles with Wordpress, Expression Engine, Text Pattern, and Blot. I made a big migration to...

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Back to Montreal

Q3 is over. It's been over for a day already but it seems like it was a week ago. This has been one of the busiest Q3's in my career as a Sales Engineer and I'm off to Montreal again. I'm visiting customers and turning some prospects into new customers …

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Datascience Link Roundup

A list of five data science related links that I found interesting: Tensorflow 2 is officially out. It has tighter integration with Keras (see changelog here). I wonder if it will just eat Keras completely. Interesting artcile on using "AI for...

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September 2019 Thoughts

My posting activity has started to drop off again. This is partly due to a large workload and traveling schedule. I'm enjoying my work immensely but my blog is neglected as a result. A few weeks ago I even considered shutting this blog down...

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