I’ve already blogged here about my reading goals. I realized, though, that reading books is not enough. A lot of exciting HRI advances happen in and thanks to research and I need to keep an eye on this. I started looking into papers I should be reading right now and […]
I’ve been actively learning Python for almost a year and—as obvious as it sounds—one important aspect of learning is practicing! Here are my three favorite online resources for practicing Python. Practice Python Practice Python is the side project of Michele Pratusevich, a research engineer. With over 30 beginner Python exercises, […]
I needed a web framework for Python and I picked Flask. Here’s why I’m happy about it.
If you’ve ever opened Vim, a Linux text editor, you might have wondered: “What is this and how do I get out of here?!” Me too.
My TurtleBot3 is assembled and I look into the LiDAR and the first 3D visualizations of the space “seen” by the robot.
I got myself a TurtleBot3 Burger for my birthday, this year. Here I’m documenting the process of building the hardware and setting up the software.
I’m not proficient in Jazz but I took a jazz theory class with the amazing Ryan Keberle and it has changed the way I listen to it. I particularly like John Coltrane’s music. A thing I learned about, then, is the idea of paying one’s dues. What a commenter on this forum calls: “Having […]