After last years very successful Bognor Prom 10k where we raised £1,130, we are doing it all again but this time in Horsham! Another 12 of Red River’s finest line up to take the Horsham 10k by storm on the 2nd June. Everyone is looking forward to the run, and this will be our first time participating in […]
Sometimes in the world of web development you have to work around some funny deployment issues and do things a bit manually. An issue I recently encountered was trying to copy a single file into the build folder when using webpack to build and run the non-local environment. After a quick Google (every developers first […]
Immediately after last year’s 33-mile slog along the South Downs Way, we decided maybe this year’s charity activity should be a lazy barbecue. How short our memories are… Because exactly 11 months after the rashes, chafing, debilitating soreness and borderline heatstroke of that day, 12 of Red River’s finest and most forgetful minds will be lining up […]
I recently took Andrew Ng’s Machine Learning course on Coursera, and I’m hoping to write a series of blog posts on what I learnt. In these we will look at a variety of machine learning techniques and categories, starting with linear and logistic regression.
I was recently invited by a friend of mine to a lecture at the National Physics Laboratory (NPL), given by Dr Mike Tarbutt of Imperial College London, on the process of cooling molecules close to absolute zero. Being interested in all things science-y I went along. It proved to be fascinating. The lecture itself focused […]
Procedural generation is probably most commonly known as a programming method used in games to create diverse environments. It’s helpful in generating new worlds, terrains, characters, enemies and so-on for players to interact with, but it can also be used to great effect for practical purposes, and even to create music and art.