Non-technical post today.
I remember while back, almost 7 years ago, after my first a few months in the company I sent an email. Long one. Angry one. Full of ideas for improvements, at least in my opinion, some accusations and lots of very direct questions. Attached my supervisors, their supervisors, a few other guys. Response came a few days later. Diplomatic one.
Continue reading Being humble. The corporate way.
I decided to learn python a little bit more. For me best learning was always on a real task / project, so I decided to create a few CSV files with data like:
Continue reading Validating correlations on my own with help of cryptory and a friend, part 1
It works! Yay!
Actually I got back to python2.7 and installed lot’s of packages via apt-get like: python2.7-scipy, python2.7-numpy, python2.7-pandas
Continue reading Learning cryptory package, part 4
Amount of hours spent for solving all of dependencies for cryptory package reached more or less 5 and it’ still not finished. I need to change approach. Let’s switch to python3 and see where it gets me.
Continue reading Learning cryptory package, part 3
What is driving people to buy / sell / hold cryptocurrencies ? Assuming of course they trade on their own..
Continue reading Loose thoughts on price predictions as well some of my crypto-history
Still strugling with being able to run cryptory => Non-technical post today!
I think it all started a few years ago when I was inspired by some minimalistic concepts. What I felt deep, deep inside was that in order to be happy we don’t necesarily need to have more and more all the time. Easy to say, much harder to apply. But what also brought a lot of my attention in that approach was exactly what subject of this post is about. Distractions.
Continue reading Removing daily distractions
Continuation from yesterday – trying to run cryptory package, where I can make my modifications. After another hour of compiling and solving dependencies it still works in the background. At the moment “scipy” package is being installed, which takes ages to finish.
Continue reading Learning cryptory package, part 2