Preché reisci a lggeere quetso tetso?

Non imorpta in che oridne apapaino le letetre in una paolra, l’uinca csoa imnorptate è che la pimra e la ulimta letetra sinao nel ptoso gituso. Il riustlato può serbmare mloto cnofuso e noonstatne ttuto si può legerge sezna mloti prleobmi. Qesuto si dvee al ftato che la mtene uanma non lgege ongi letetra una ad una, ma la paolra nel suo isineme. cuorsio, no?

‘Into the Wild’ bus removed from Alaska backcountry

The Famous bus from the film “Into the Wild” has been removed from Alaska’s backcountry for public safety reasons.
This happened on JUNE 2020 (maybe on the 18th).

Cheat Sheets for data science



Basic Python

  1. gto76 — extensive Python cheat sheet offered by GitHub
  2. memento
  4. Cheatography
  5. Python crash course
  6. DataQuest ( basic and intermediate )
  7. MementoPython3


  1. DataCamp
  2. Intellipat
  3. A Little Bit of Everything
  4. Data Quest
  5. NumPy for R (and S-plus) Users
  6. Ipgp_github


  1. The Most Comprehensive Cheat Sheet
  2. BecomingHuman.AI
  3. The Beginner’s Cheat Sheet
  5. Data Science Central (compact)


  1. Datacamp
  2. GitHub
  3. Cheatography
  5. Travis_Blog


  1. Datacamp
  2. Cheatography
  3. MartinNormark
  4. kaggle


  1. SQL_Detailed
  2. LearnSQL
  3. SQL_Tutorial
  4. SQL_Joins
  5. Intellipat
  6. BuggyProgrammer

Web Scraping Tools

  1. Data Camp (Python webscraping)
  2. Beautifulsoup -Tutorialspoint
  3. Web Scraping with Scrapy and MongoDB
  4. Beautiful Soup — Akul’s Blog
  5. Beautiful Soup — Cheatography
  6. Selenium — Intellipaat
  7. Selenium — Automatetheplanet

Some blogs and GitHub repositories with more details : —

Medium Blog by Frank

Blog by Hartley Brody

GitHub Repo — YUSUZECH

Making Web Crawlers Using Scrapy for Python — DataCamp

Use web scraping to become more competitive

Here is am article on Legal issues associated with Web scraping.

Data Visualization Tools


  1. Intellipat
  2. Tableau_community
  3. howto
  4. Datacamp

Maths and Statistics

  1. Probability
  2. Statistics
  3. Linear Algebra
  4. Matrices
  5. Calculus/Trignometry_etc
  6. Stats_for_interviews

Machine Learning Algorithms

Machine Learning Algorithms





Reinforcement Learning

  1. Reinforcement Learning Cheatsheet
  2. RL Cheatsheet Github

Deep Learning and NLP

  1. AndrewNG_DeepLearning
  2. Stanford(deep learning)
  3. Stanford(neural_nets)
  4. Datacamp (Keras)
  5. Aimov_institute


  1. BecomingHuman.AI
  2. Altoros
  3. Github
  5. Cheatography
  6. HackerNoon
  7. TensorFlow


  1. BuggyProgrammer
  2. DataCamp
  3. Quick_tutorial


  1. Cheatography
  2. Computingeverywhere


  2. Datacamp
  3. kaggle
  4. Cheatography

IDE and OS


  1. Linux_OS
  2. Cheatography
  3. Guru99

Jupyter Notebook

  1. Datacamp
  2. Cheatography
  3. Edureka
  4. Anaconda


  1. DataCamp
  3. Intellipaat
  4. Cheatography


  1. BitBucket
  2. Freecodecamp
  3. Gitlab
  4. GitHub
  5. Git_Training
  6. Intellipat


  2. (for beginners)
  3. KDNuggets
  4. Cheatography
  5. Github
  6. ProgrammerSought
  7. TechRepublic

3D printer.

I bought a 3D printer, fascinated by what I could create.

However, the best thing that happened was not what I created, but how it changed the way I think. 

What I mean to say is, that the most important change the 3D printer made in my life is not the the creation of things itself, but the way to approach a problem.

Before, when I had an issue, I just accepted it with an indifferent and submissive state of mind.

Then, after buying a 3D printer, when I came face-to-face with a problem I was trying to figure out how to resolve it: before my first thought was :”ok, it is ok!”, but now: “ok, I have a problem. How can I solve it?”.

My first thought was :”ok, it is ok.”, but now: “ok, I have a problem. How can I solve it?”.

Through this new way of thinking, I printed many curious and useful things.

I know that the things I have created are not indispensable and often of little use, but their greatest contribution is not to solve the particular problem but to change the approach that I have to problems.

It is with this philosophy that I created a large variety of different things, such as: a cart opener, a fan holder, toy repairs (repair or rebuild broken parts of toys) , rooftop cargo carrier, an ice cream holder (to keep my daughter’s hands from getting dirty), an extension for worn out pencils, personalized gifts, silhouettes for shadow theater, a carrot holder, and also do some wonderful research for school (like when I printed the skull of the first Australopithecus Lucy).

25 regole per scrivere un e-mail…

  1. I verbi avrebbero da essere corretti
  2. Le preposizioni non sono parole da concludere una frase con
  3. E non iniziate mai una frase con una congiunzione
  4. Evitate le metafore, sono come i cavoli a merenda
  5. Inoltre, troppe precisazioni, a volte, possono, eventualmente,
    appesantire il discorso
  6. Siate press’a poco precisi
  7. Le indicazioni fra parentesi (per quanto rilevanti) sono (quasi
    sempre) inutili
  8. Attenti alle ripetizioni, le ripetizioni vanno sempre evitate
  9. Non lasciate mai le frasi in sospeso perche` non
  10. Evitate sempre l’uso di termini stranieri, soprattutto sul web
  11. Cercate di essere sintetici, non usate mai piu’ parole del
    necessario, in genere e’ di solito quasi sempre superfluo
  12. Evitate le abbreviaz. incomprens.
  13. Mai frasi senza verbi, o di una sola parola. Eliminatele.
  14. I confronti vanno evitati come i cliche
  15. In generale, non bisogna mai generalizzare
  16. Evitate le virgole, che non, sono necessarie
  17. Usare paroloni a sproposito e’ come commettere un genocidio
  18. Imparate qual’e’ il posto giusto in cui mettere l’apostrofo
  19. Non usate troppi punti esclamativi!!!!!!
  20. “Non usate le citazioni”, come diceva sempre il mio professore
  21. Evitate il turpiloquio, soprattutto se gratuito, porca puttana!
  22. C’e’ veramente bisogno delle domande retoriche?
  23. Vi avranno gia’ detto centinaia di milioni di miliardi di volte di
    non esagerare
  24. Trattate sempre i vostri interlocutori come amici, brutti idioti