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skyportal@ /private/tmp/skyportal
├─┬ @babel/core@7.17.8
│ ├── @ampproject/remapping@2.2.0
│ ├── @babel/code-frame@7.16.7
│ ├── @babel/generator@7.18.0
│ ├── @babel/helper-compilation-targets@7.17.10
│ ├── @babel/helper-module-transforms@7.18.0
│ ├── @babel/helpers@7.18.0
│ ├── @babel/parser@7.18.0
│ ├── @babel/template@7.16.7
/*********************************************************************
maskdisplay.ino
Arduino code adapted from adafruit examples to display text to e-ink via bluetooth.
- Josh Bloom (2020)
This is an example for our nRF51822 based Bluefruit LE modules
Pick one up today in the adafruit shop!
Adafruit invests time and resources providing this open source code,
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profjsb / test
Created April 9, 2020 05:24
CRD
test
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Last active January 26, 2018 18:58
Files for Cesium

Files for Cesium example.

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profjsb / generate_df_lambda_package.sh
Created June 22, 2017 13:51
Serverless Distributed Decision Forests with AWS Lambda
# build the environment ... this will take awhile
docker run -v $(pwd):/outputs -it amazonlinux:2016.09 /bin/bash /outputs/build.sh
# should end with something like "venv compressed size 51M"
# unpackage that environment
unzip venv.zip -d ve_package/
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profjsb / keybase.md
Created June 12, 2017 00:31
keybase.md

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Time-series BoF (Moore-Sloan 2016 retreat)

Organizers: Brett Naul, Josh Bloom, Stéfan van der Walt

Traditional inference techniques and infrastructure tools can be illsuited to time-series data, which may be noisy, streaming, multispectral, irregularly sampled, and/or extremely large. This BoF is aimed at identifying promising approaches to time series analysis across a diverse set of use cases and finding projects of common interest for potential future collaborations.

Approach:

  • Share use cases, tooling & pain points around time series analysis and inference
  • Identify common tools & difficulties across use cases
  • Open issues discussions
  • Find potential cross-domain/cross-methodology areas for future collaboration
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profjsb / Dockerfile
Created April 9, 2016 18:52
Make small docker images
FROM ubuntu:latest
MAINTAINER Wise.io, Inc. <help@wise.io>
ENV DEBIAN_FRONTEND noninteractive
ENV PATH /anaconda/bin:$PATH
# For image inheritance.
ONBUILD ENV PATH /anaconda/bin:$PATH
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profjsb / Dockerfile
Last active October 2, 2018 13:50
Refreshing Materialized Views in Postgres using Docker
# Dockerfile to run the cron jobs in root, including python/psycopg2
FROM alpine:edge
RUN apk add --no-cache -X http://dl-cdn.alpinelinux.org/alpine/edge/testing py-psycopg2
EXPOSE 6000
COPY refresh.py /refresh.py
COPY root /var/spool/cron/crontabs/root
CMD crond -l 2 -f