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gbuesing / ml-ruby.md
Last active May 2, 2020
Resources for Machine Learning in Ruby
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UPDATE a fork of this gist has been used as a starting point for a community-maintained "awesome" list: machine-learning-with-ruby Please look here for the most up-to-date info!

Resources for Machine Learning in Ruby

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@christianchristensen
christianchristensen / jenkins.yml.md
Last active Feb 2, 2017
.jenkins.yml research and thoughts
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.jenkins.yml

Build configuration(s) closer to code; inspired by .travis.yml

  • Default yaml file to define a build that runs make test
  • Preserves No State Between Builds (runs all commands over SSH in isolated virtual machines)
  • The standard Unix exit code of "0" means the build passed; everything else is treated as failure.
  • Specify branches to build (whitelist, blacklist)
  • Secure environment variables (keys, configuration, ...)
@sj26
sj26 / assets.rake
Last active Dec 12, 2015
Don't discard cache during asset precompile. Full explanation and caveats: http://sj26.com/2013/02/09/the-asset-pipeline-isnt-actually-slow
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# Stick this in lib/tasks/assets.rake or similar
#
# A bug was introduced in rails in 7f1a666d causing the whole application cache
# to be cleared everytime a precompile is run, but it is not neccesary and just
# slows down precompiling.
#
# Secondary consequences are the clearing of the whole cache, which if using
# the default file cache could cause an application level performance hit.
#
# This is already fixed in sprockets-rails for rails 4, but we patch here for
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