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FOSDEM 2019 summary - part 2

As promised, here is the second part of FOSDEM 2019 coverage. This part will comprise insights of two FOSDEM first timers, Kamil and Michał. But before we dive into those, I wanted to share an awesome thought of one of main FOSDEM organisers. Basically, the man behind FOSDEM - Raphael Bauduin, s...

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FOSDEM 2019 summary - part 1

FOSDEM 2019 SUMMARY Let us start with the fact that only one of us attended FOSDEM before, so we were going there not really sure what to expect. We just knew that it’s one of the biggest open source conferences in the world and it’s hosted yearly during the first weekend of February at the Free...

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TEONITE has joined Kaggle competition - PLAsTiCC Astronomical Classification part 1

Watching the universe and being fascinated by it is the one thing that all humans, that have ever lived, have in common. Even today, knowing as much as we do, it still is an extremely humbling and wonderful experience. Large Synoptic Survey Telescope Unfortunately, until now we could only watch...

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Optimize Neural Networks I/O - DGX research in TEONITE

In this article, you can find the results of the ANN R&D which we did between other commercial data science & machine learning projects. It contains benchmarks of several data storage methods. The main focus was I/O optimization because nearly every project we do for our clients requires ...

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Why do we build Open Source solutions at TEONITE?

Programming is our passion. It drives us to create tools that streamline our creative process. That is why we publish almost all of these solutions in the Open Source version and let the community use and modify them. Problem? So why we are building Open Source solutions Often when working on a...

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You probably have never heard about SatNOGS and this is why you should

TL;DR What can be more fantastic and geeky than a project that connects: OpenSource software (a lot of software), Open Source hardware and space (by satellite communication)?! “Open and Accessible Outer Space for all” Sounds like a revolutionary slogan? Maybe, but the whole idea is very simple:...

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InspectR - implement elements of gamification in programmer daily work

Programming is our passion. It drives us to create internal tools that improve our creative process. For the time being, over 50 such tools have come out of our production. Most of them we will definitely make “public” because we are not a typical, passive part of the community and we love to cre...

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Deep Image - use machine learning and enlarge image without losing quality

Have you ever wondered where the innovative ideas come from? In our opinion, this is usually either a case of accident or a need to solve a problem. Deep Image, an application created by our full-stack developer - Andrzej, was created by accident to solve a certain problem concerning the quality ...

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Probably the first Open-Source T-Shirts in the World

Company t-shirts are one of the most popular and easily achievable forms of promotion that helps in building brand awareness. Sometimes you’ll see them as just a logo with a tagline, sometimes they’re decorated with a fancy graphics. Usually, company t-shirts are easy and inexpensive to make, so ...

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Spring Cleaning - Retrospection of the Last Year

Spring has come so it’s finally time for some spring cleaning! While most yearly retros are done around New Year, we like to do it on the first days of spring, with clear heads and without any rush. But first, we did some ACTUAL spring cleaning to boost our working space a bit. Nice, huh? I part...

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