I am young software developer in Wokingham, Berkshire, United Kingdom. I graduated from the University of Warwick with a first class masters degree in Physics in 2014.
Using the TensorFlow Estimator API to make match predictions that beat the bookmakers.
Using the TensorFlow Object Detection API to predict annotations for large datasets.
Using Python to process images from traffic cameras and detect congestion
One of the defining aspects of the PSR-7 standard is perceived immutability. It is important to note that these objects are not completely immutable, and cannot be treated as such.
As I am writing this, the project comes second on Packagist searches for 'framework' and 'orm' (behind Laravel and Doctrine) - with close to 100,000 downloads on many of its active repositories.
UPDATE: Since publishing this article I have been speaking with Larry Garfield, the editor of PSR-6. He has posted his response in the comments section below.
Last weekend I had the pleasure of being invited to speak at the Brno PHP 2015 conference. I have visted (and spoken at) a couple of user group meet-ups before, but this was my first time attending a conference.
Back in March I went to visit a good friend of mine who lives in Copenhagen, Denmark. I got a very thorough tour of the city from him and his family and cannot wait to go back.
This is my first attempt at photographing a deep sky object known as the ‘Ring Nebula’ (or M57). I’m going to be making some modifications to my telescope which will let me take much longer exposures (and get more detailed images), but this will definitely do for a quick first attempt - where ‘quick’ means that it took me a good 3-4 hours to set up, locate, photograph and process.
Cue video of famous people routinely clicking their fingers…
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