We've recently updated NEST to the latest release and it hit stable a
day or two ago. I've written a post announcing the availability of NEST
in Fedora. I'm not entirely sure if the subject is appropriate for the
magazine, though, so I've only saved it as a pitch for the time being.
If it isn't, that's OK---I'll put it on my blog. I just thought putting
it up on the magazine will get NeuroFedora more traction than my blog
Here's the preview:
Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD"
Time zone: Europe/London
Summary: List of pages to practice programming
Description: With this article I just wanted to list some sites that people
can use to practice programming and prepare for job interviews. Offering
the ups and downs of each site.
I think the title is too long, some feedback would be appreciated!
Link to article preview:
I wondered if it was of interest to describe the process on how to deploy machine-learning models (TensorFlow) on a Fedora system using Fedora Docker containers and provide a (swagger) REST-API. The summary can be found here:
To my background: I am Data Scientist working for big clients such as IKEA and Swiss banks. We use a lot of RHEL in this environment - thats why I personally switched from Ubuntu to Fedora to maintain a more or less consistent experience.
Many thanks for your feedback
The Magazine editors saw your draft for an 'll' article. Although this
specific article may not meet our needs right now, we have some other
command line articles that we would love to get you involved in. Are
you interested in writing a related piece about command line utilties?
Paul W. Frields http://paul.frields.org/
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My name is swilson and I am looking to contribute some content to Fedora Magazine. I have been an avid Fedora user for quite some time. I’m currently active in the Ask Fedora Forum and would like participate in other areas of the Fedora community.