I needed a short text that I could use to test Finnish parser and after a short sprint of writing, a 1024-character (1070 bytes UTF-8) story emerged (in Finnish, Google translated English version is after this one): Continue reading “1 kilo of science fiction”
“Vierailin ystävän luona.” That is a sentence and it is Finnish. How do I parse that text? In order to get some meaning out of it?
The context of the question is text analytics. So that we could analyze the text, we need to extract some meaning of the words. For example, are there verbs in it and which words are verbs? What kind of sentences are in the text? Are there there a lot of words like “fail, fails, failed”? etc. etc
For machines/software, the sentence “Vierailin ystävän luona.” doesn’t really offer much. That’s why we want to parse it.
Star Wars: Destiny is a card/dice game set in the, you guessed it, Star Wars universe.
Destiny is a fast paced, easy to learn game and (of course) a must for all Star Wars fans. In the game you build your deck using familiar characters, locations and events from the Star Wars Universe.
I’ve been playing since it game out Dec 2016 and I won the Store Championships yesterday. Here’s the game report (check out the deck and report also here):
It’s now very easy to try out something from the pages of history.
- Pull Docker image: docker pull kazhar/elite-for-emacs
- Run container: docker run -d -p 6901:6901 kazhar/elite-for-emacs
Access container, and Elite for Emacs, using your browser: http://localhost:6901/?password=vncpassword(Assumes container runs on localhost. If not, change localhost to correct address.)
ttmsg is social networking with no registration, no authentication and no saving of messages. Anonymous too. Available at App Store.
ttmsg is based on publish-subscribe protocol, MQTT. It works by sending messages to a topic. If someone or something wants to receive messages, they need to subscribe to the same topic.
This lab, Deploy Liberty application to Bluemix, describes how to do it. The lab is also a good introduction to UrbanCode Deploy as it starts by installing UCD and lab introduces the main concepts of UCD while going trough the use case of deploying Liberty-application to Bluemix.
It’s been a while since last post. Over half a year. Time flies, doesn’t it?
Since last post, I’ve been developing a new iOS application using the same kind of UI as Command Line Program for iOS. More on that later when it’s ready to be released.