I published my first Open Source Python Library — PyCalendly to PyPI three days back!

So here’s the story…

Recently, For one of my projects I had to incorporate an appointment booking feature with the existing system. Since we had a very tight deadline, we decided to go with a…


Here is a step-by-step guide to follow to publish your Python package to PyPI, so anyone who is interested can download your package using the ‘pip install ’ command. By making it available on PyPI, you are essentially making your library open source.

This article will not focus on developing…


An effective way to survive the wrath of a Competitive Environment

A controversial yet essential technique to stabilize and strengthen our company, career, and even our relationship. This technique has been ripped off from the pages of the US Military Handbook! and I tweaked it a bit here and there, to better fit our practical needs.

Escaping the Myopic bubble:

Kill to Save? It might…


Adding powerful widgets to GitHub Profile README

This is a two-part blog, and if you haven't read the first part, check it out here: Creating GitHub README for Students (Part1).

This article covers some of the free open-source widgets that you can use in your GitHub profile to make it more appealing and add more informative.

This…


Lakshmanan Meiyappan — GitHub Profile README

I recently created my GitHub Profile README and it is one of the most useful features in GitHub. This isn't just any bio section, as one in LinkedIn.
Profile README supports Markdown! …


My US F1 Student Visa Interview Experience

I’m an incoming graduate student joining MS in Computer Science in Spring’21 in the United States. This article details my visa experience and my preparations. If you are an aspiring student and curious to know how other visa interviews took place, go ahead and read this article, this can be…


Src: Machine Learning Department, Carnegie Mellon University

Step by step guide to building a Deep Neural Network that classifies Images of Dogs and Cats.

Content Structure

Part 1:
1. Problem definition and Goals
2. Brief introduction to Concepts & Terminologies
3. Building a CNN Model
Part 2:
4. Training and Validation
5. Image Augmentation
6. Predicting Test images
7. Visualizing intermediate CNN layers

Problem Definition and Goals

Goal:
Build a Convolutional Neural Network that efficiently classifies images of Dogs…


Spark:

Though IPL(Indian Premier League) is a bit late this year, the craze is still intact. Just like everything has taken a turn this year, IPL had to go through several changes too. I’m an ardent fan of a franchise called Chennai Super Kings, One of the most consistent teams…


Project 4 announcement — #100MLProjects #laxmena

P4: Predict Store Item demand prediction

Project Update:

After spending a considerable amount of time paper, pencils, and deriving mathematical equations for the previous project — Implementing Regression from scratch, I decided to take a break before proceeding to Advanced Regression algorithms from scratch.

For Project4 of 100MLProjects, I’ve opted to work…


Hey there! People!
I’ve just completed Project3 or Shortly P3 of #100MLProjects, where I attempted to build Machine Learning Regression algorithms from scratch.

This is not a tutorial or walkthrough blog, but I'm detailing my experience doing this project. This project really turned out to be a really good learning…

Laxmena

Lakshmanan Meiyappan

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store