Last week, our Product-Lead-slash-Professor-and-Investigator-slash-Chief-Aquarium-Officer Tiago Boldt Sousa gave a presentation on Cloud Design Patterns.
Vanessa Costa, our Oxford comma fan/Content person, said she would be glad to give everyone a time as hard as she usually has when tech talks happen. So she chose to give the whole team a 101 on Latin.
João Azevedo, the First of His Name, King of Beer Experiences, Champion of Word Play Jokes, and Spokesman of Scala joins us this week with his Tech Talk on Automatic Type Class Derivation with Shapeless.
The ShiftForward Tech Talks show is back on the road with the much needed guidance of Rui Gonçalves, our Lead Engineer, with a 101 on Category Theory.
You can check André's presentation and, who knows, maybe even store, retrieve, and manage associative arrays through the implementation of your own key-value store.
This time, we dive deep into Ray Marching, all thanks to this tech talk from our beloved João Costa. Ray Marching is a rendering technique that traces the path of light through pixels to create very, VERY real images.
This time, João Azevedo tells us about Hidden Markov Models (HMM), one of the go-to algorithms when it comes to classification, particularly temporal pattern recognition.
Bayesian Inference allows you to refine the probability for a hypothesis as evidence is acquired: the more information on a given event you have, the more you shield your decisions.