CI/CD with Fastlane
Today, I’ll talk to you about my second project at FirstRoot. You can see my first here: https://grokwithrahul.medium.com/my-first-internship-project-faff848d7899
FirstRoot is a Silicon Valley startup that aims to improve financial literacy in children and teenagers through participatory budgeting. Students learn by investing real money in schools, schools benefit…
Building a microservice iteratively
My second internship project: https://grokwithrahul.medium.com/my-second-internship-project-e72f8f7865c9
I’m a 15-year-old in the 9th grade, and I’m delighted to have joined FirstRoot as an Intern.
FirstRoot is a Silicon valley startup that aims to improve financial literacy in children and teenagers, through the usage of participatory budgeting. Students learn…
Microservices are like Baazars: One can get everything they might want, but every shop sells only one type of item: A clothes shop sells clothes, Fruits shops sells fruits. The Bazaar itself is not one giant shop: rather, it is a grouping of smaller shops, each which sell specialized goods…
Create beautiful realistic pencil sketches with the package sketchify in Python.
Creating a realistic pencil sketch by hand requires hours of agonizing work: from converting textures, perfecting shadows, to the tiniest of details. Now, you can create realistic pencil sketches in Python — using only two lines of code!
This is part 3 of a 3-part article series, where complex computer vision and facial recognition topics are broken down for beginners to follow.
Article 1: https://medium.com/@grokwithrahul/facial-recognition-for-kids-of-all-ages-part-1-c496040b2517
Article 2: https://medium.com/analytics-vidhya/facial-recognition-for-kids-of-all-ages-part-2-3281084091de
Now that we’ve understood the theory behind Haar cascades and the LBPH model, let’s implement it in code.
This is part 2 of a 3-part article series, where complex computer vision and facial recognition topics are broken down for beginners to follow.
The link to the previous article is: Facial Recognition for Kids of all Ages - Part 1
Now that we’ve understood Haar cascades and their role…
In this 3-part article series, complex topics are broken down for beginners to understand. The contents are: 1 — Facial detection, 2 — Facial recognition, 3 — Face recognition in Python
Link to part 2 of this series: Facial Recognition for Kids of all Ages — part 2