Music, Software, Philosophy
This is the culmination of the design stage before investing in any solid development decisions. Gathering user feedback from this artifact will be essential for finalizing and assembling a full-scope requirements document and technical design decisions such as infrastructure and stack. If the idea is terrible and not well received, at least the development cycle can be avoided Read More >>
Noticing that there was little need for distinct and separate screens for sampling, visualization mode, and the home screen, I decided to combine these screens into one. the different modes and functions could be determined by buttons, menus, and widgets within the UI to facilitate interaction. The distinct screens now involve the main screen, the sample breakdown screens, the Read More >>
Intelligent acoustical investigation app for sound identification and visualization.
Spectrifact harnesses the power of Machine Learning and predictive analytics to isolate and identify prominent environmental sounds. Each sound can then be broken down into their principle waveforms and analyzed for their spectral properties. The user can then choose multiple ways of visualizing the output data.
Identification Read More >>
Where to open Bob’s awesome underground alternative music venue.
Machine Learning Capstone Project for
IBM's Data Science Professional Certificate
1. Description of the problem
Bob Smith has recently come into a modest sum of money, and would like to fulfill his dream of opening a mid-sized music venue where he can book both local and larger performance artists, as well Read More >>
The ChucK programming language was developed by Stanford University’s Dr. Ge Wang, under the supervision of Dr. Perry Cook, for the purpose of music composition and digital signal processing. The ChucK language distinguishes itself from other similar languages by providing a simple, yet elegant, syntax that is both easy for artists that are new to programming yet versatile enough Read More >>
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“If you know your enemies and yourself, you will not be imperiled in
a hundred battles… if you do not know your enemies nor yourself,
you will be imperiled in every single battle.”
Information security is presently one of the most rapidly expanding fields in the realm of information technology due largely to Read More >>
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Service Oriented Architecture evolved from many of the defining characteristics of the Object Oriented Programming paradigm, including key concepts such as encapsulation, containerization, and reusability. SOA developed, initially in the 1990’s, as a response to the inefficiencies encountered while attempting to update legacy software systems, where often updating one aspect of the system could cause complete Read More >>
Practical advice for students and others seeking to increase their ability to master new subjects.
This post is part multi-book review, part inspired speculation, and part technique. At the end of the post I also include an application of the suggested technique, and illustrate some of the insights gained while developing this technique. To provide the reader with a Read More >>