The Ye Old Blog List

Posted on Mo 20 Mai 2019 in Thoughts • Tagged with Blogging, Writing, Trading, Investing • 4 min read

Back when I started blogging in 2005-ish, I had a few blogs that destructed due to bad software or databases. My Sixth World News and Commentary site just stopped working one day and I couldn't recover any posts. I was a tech newbie so I didn't know how to do …


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The Pyschology of Writing

Posted on Fr 29 März 2019 in Thoughts • Tagged with Writing • 2 min read

I found this interesting article on Pocket about writing. The gist of it is that successful writing is about rituals. Every writer is different and the rituals are different, it's all about finding out what works best for you.

Location and physical environment also play a role in maintaining a …


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Latest Writings Elsewhere - December 2018

Posted on Fr 21 Dezember 2018 in Thoughts • Tagged with Writing, H2O.ai • 1 min read

I'm happy to announce my very first article went live on the H2O.ai blog! Writers gonna write! It's been a long time since I contributed to my firm's online content and it feels good to do it again.

The article is about seeking clarity in the Automated Machine Learning …


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The Process of Writing

Posted on Sa 24 November 2018 in Thoughts • Tagged with Writing • 2 min read

Writing. I have such a love hate relationship with it. I try to write things of interest to my readers but I'm struggling to reconcile what to write about it. So I focus on writing tips and the process. I love the process of writing so much that it gets …


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Latest Writing Elsewhere December 2016

Posted on Di 03 Januar 2017 in misc • Tagged with Blogging, Data Science, RapidMiner, Writing • 1 min read

It’s hard to believe but 2016 is over. Here’s a list of my writings elsewhere in December 2016. I’m also including some RapidMiner community solutions that I had a hand in solving.

  1. The Many Tools of Data Prep: Feature Generation & Selection
  2. Upgrading RapidMiner: Where did my Processes …

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