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Archive for January 9th, 2020

Getting the up to date project source code from the IDE – Dave’s Development Blog

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/01/09

For my link archive: [WayBackGetting the up to date project source code from the IDE – Dave’s Development Blog

It shows how to “using the IDE’s live files and if the IDE hasn’t got a file open, the file from disk”.

This gives you the same view the compiler in the IDE has.

Via [WayBack] Getting the up to date project source code from the IDE – David Hoyle – Google+

–jeroen

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Joseph Redmon: How computers learn to recognize objects instantly | TED Talk | TED.com

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/01/09

On my list of things to play with: [WayBackJoseph Redmon: How computers learn to recognize objects instantly | TED Talk | TED.com

It is about the super fast YOLO (You Only Look Once) engine that runs a full frame through a neural network performing object classification for all objects.

It can classify many frames per second.

More links on how to install it and get going:

–jeroen

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