Hands on with HoloLens & bootstrapping tips

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I had an opportunity to work on HoloLens project during #ONEWEEK hackathon at Microsoft. For those who don’t know, oneweek is a yearly worldwide hackathon at Microsoft where interns & full time employees from different MS Campuses can participate and develop prototypes on any track or idea. Before you start, you should… Read more »

Solution : This solver needs samples of at least 2 classes in the data, but the data contains only one class

So if you are trying to do build a classifier using sklear.linear_model & came across the error: ValueError: This solver needs samples of at least 2 classes in the data, but the data contains only one class: 0 This is because of a bug in sklearn.linear_model module. Sparkit trains sklearn’s… Read more »

There was a hackathon for all new employees @MS – we won :)

Tracking face using clmtracker

I joined Microsoft IDC, Hyderabad last week 🙂 Joining a company with more than 100,000 employees is a lot more complex than it might sounds, and the existence of a strong on-boarding process is key to let the new hires perform as fast as possible. — Someone on Internet, Very… Read more »

setting up libcurl in visual studio (2013) and sending http(s) requests with c++

I’m a mac user, when it comes to generic libraries I love to ./configure make make install One day a buddy (a fellow Mechanical Engineering guy) comes up with a windows laptop and he needs help with a VC++ win32 project which is supposed to make http calls to rotate a… Read more »

Yet another approach to realtime notifications in javascript

How do we implement notifications, realtime scores etc. We would implement long polling method, use server sent events or since few years we have been using the web sockets. Advantage with the web sockets is, it maintains a persistent connection with server, cutting off all the overhead related to establishing the… Read more »

CSRF protector – concept, design and future

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CSRF – Cross Site Request Forgery “Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) is a type of attack that occurs when a malicious Web site, email, blog, instant message, or program causes a user’s Web browser to perform an unwanted action on a trusted site for which the user is currently authenticated. The… Read more »

EasyWiki – another chrome extension for wikipedia

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Now that I have learned to make chrome extensions, I just can’t stand user interface that’s not friendly to me. This time its wikipedia. So the problem I face with wiki is its too much information at a place and for a person like me who find it very difficult… Read more »

Github Report – a report card on Github!

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This is a totally fun project which I intend to do very slowly, and add codes to in my free time or if I get some cool ideas. So what’s Github Report: its another chrome extension that shows more information on Github profile page, than Github actually does. So the work flow… Read more »

Drawing a 3d surface patch using Bezier equations

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This post covers : What’s a bezier equation? Creating a 3d surface patch using Bezier curves Making it interactive So what’s a Bezier curve:  Its a cubic parametric curve used to draw smooth curves, we can draw a bezier curve using two endpoints and two control points. It looks something… Read more »