Tag: Technology

  • America Is Great

    America Is Great

    Startup Land Two years ago I wrote a LinkedIn article on a train ride home titled “I believe in America.” I was trying to be cute, tying in a Godfather movie reference in there to make a catchy title.

  • How to Migrate Away From WordPress to Hugo

    How to Migrate Away From WordPress to Hugo

    I migrated from WordPress to Hugo on AWS Amplify for selfish reasons. I was about to renew my VPS at DreamHost for over $200 and thought that it was a bit high.

  • How to Install TensorFlow & Julia on a Jetson Nano

    How to Install TensorFlow & Julia on a Jetson Nano

    The Jetson Nano’s onboard memory is really small, only 4GB. Normally this should be ok but there are times when you’re setting up your deep learning experiment where it will cause an Out Of Memory (OOM) error.

  • How to Install H2O Wave on AWS Lightsail or EC2

    How to Install H2O Wave on AWS Lightsail or EC2

    If you’ve never heard of H2O Wave then you have been missing out on a new cool app development framework. We use it at H2O to build AI-based apps and you can too, or use it for all other kinds of interactive applications.

  • H2O Wave App Tutorials

    H2O Wave App Tutorials

    H2O Wave Tutorial post for you all here. I will add to this as I go along and build more apps.

  • How Companies Exploit Open Source

    How Companies Exploit Open Source

    Elastic Search NV, the company behind Elastic Search and its companion product Kibana changed its license from Apache 2.0 (fully open source) to a Server Side Public License (SSPL) and the Elastic License in 2021.

  • The Results After One Year of SEO Optimization

    The Results After One Year of SEO Optimization

    JSON-LD, keywords, etc). I estimate I’ll close nearly 1,000 organic search sessions by the time April is over, which is a 25-fold increase over a year. That’s amazing but also what I consider low-hanging fruit SEO optimization.

  • Big Data and Infrastructure

    Big Data and Infrastructure

    What if researchers adjust the mixture ratios of concrete or temper steel differently to extract more performance based on terabytes of data from a central research big data Hadoop cluster?

  • How Street Photography Makes Better Startups

    How Street Photography Makes Better Startups

    If you’ve been following my blog posts, you’d know that RapidMiner isn’t the first Startup I’ve worked for, I’ve been at Startups for over two decades! My first one was straight out of school for an engineering firm in New Mexico. It was the best of times and the worst of times. I am who […]

  • Buying a Business is What MBA Holders Do

    Buying a Business is What MBA Holders Do

    Brian tweeted an interesting link the other day about a new trend that HBR picked up on. It was about newly minted MBA graduates buying existing businesses instead of going right into the consulting world. At the Harvard Business School, for example, the number of MBAs who decide to look for a business to acquire […]