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Blockbid CCXT Tutorials

blockbid.io - Australian crypto exchange, no KYC required

We thought it would be useful to show our users how to trade programatically at Blockbid. This repo will eventually contain a series of tutorials ranging from super beginner to advanced. Please use issues to suggest ideas about what you would like to see.

Requirements

  • Basic understanding of Javascript
  • Basic understanding of trading
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An Open Source Computer vision model to identify the Australian Aboriginal Flag

I've been recently paying attention to the #freetheflag debate, in short;

The Aboriginal flag of Australia is widely used by indigenous Australians as a symbol of their heritage. Though, the flag is actually copyrighted by an indigenous individual who has exclusive control of the licensing rightfully. Though, unlike most (if not all) national flags, the licensing is controlled by an individual, where as in most Western countries, the flag designs would be owned by the government. SHIT

Over the years I've been trying to learn machine learning but never got anywhere because I couldn't think of a use case. I recently read a c

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Introducing JSON Blog

dcwr (don't care, won't read) This project aims to make your entire blog contained in a single file (content sourced from where ever you want), of which you can do what ever you want via utilizing tools built in a community fashion.

Getting Started

mkdir myblog && cd myblog
npm i -g jsonblog-cli
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Introducing JSON Blog

dcwr (don't care, won't read) This project aims to make your entire blog contained in a single file, of which you can do what ever you want via utilizing tools built in a community fashion. But not excluded to anyone who thinks that their propertiry softare that imports the file to make a sustainable and commodity for those seeking to build blogs. Skip To Getting Started

I feel like I don't speak just for myself but over the years maintaining a blog has been rather arduous. I hate setting them up, I suck at keeping them alive, I dislike buying into platforms, I cannot seem to back them up and they are always way more than I actually needed.

Just recently I happened to stumble upon a Hacker News comment by Jedberg where he also listed his pain points with personal blogging which largely mirroed my own gripes. His comment and seeing the other trends wishing to relive personal blogging era compelled me to attempt something.

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I've only just setup this blog, so not much to say here;

  • I like programming, done a bunch of stuff over some amount of years
  • Try to read and would like to write
  • Gardening is my favorite outdoor hobby
  • Love collaborating and meeting new people

You can find my full resume at https://registry.jsonresume.org/thomasdavis

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Jean is a great person

Positivity helps people developer life long skills and attitudes that

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