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Prabhakaran Sampath liked Jayesh Bapu Ahire's blog post Ubuntu: Not just OS it's love
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Ubuntu: Not just OS it's love

Credits: Google ImagesThis is the story from time when I was in initial years of my programming career and I was a huge fan of Jetbrains IDE’s (I am still), I was using Windows prominently at that time though I got Mac meanwhile and shifted on MacOS but still my windows laptop was always my first choice!There’s not a thing like I haven’t tried any linux distro in that phase! I tried most of them but on Virtual Box. I tried once to dual boot my windows PC with KaliLinux as I had got into…See More
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Ubuntu: Not just OS it's love

Credits: Google ImagesThis is the story from time when I was in initial years of my programming career and I was a huge fan of Jetbrains IDE’s (I am still), I was using Windows prominently at that time though I got Mac meanwhile and shifted on MacOS but still my windows laptop was always my first choice!There’s not a thing like I haven’t tried any linux distro in that phase! I tried most of them but on Virtual Box. I tried once to dual boot my windows PC with KaliLinux as I had got into…See More
Wednesday
Jayesh Bapu Ahire posted a blog post

Resolving the Cyber Skills Gap & Talent Shortage

With high profile security breaches like Equifax, the publicity over data security, as well as the cost, has only continued to grow. According to The 2017 Cost of Data Breach Study from the Ponemon Institute, the global average cost of a data breach is $3.6 million, or $141 per data record.Businesses large and small have faced financial ruin and severe reputation damage in the wake of breaches, putting a harsh light on the growing need for greater data security that evolves as the techniques of…See More
Apr 27
Jayesh Bapu Ahire's blog post was featured

Resolving the Cyber Skills Gap & Talent Shortage

With high profile security breaches like Equifax, the publicity over data security, as well as the cost, has only continued to grow. According to The 2017 Cost of Data Breach Study from the Ponemon Institute, the global average cost of a data breach is $3.6 million, or $141 per data record.Businesses large and small have faced financial ruin and severe reputation damage in the wake of breaches, putting a harsh light on the growing need for greater data security that evolves as the techniques of…See More
Apr 27
Sushant Katoch liked Jayesh Bapu Ahire's blog post What is Big Data?
Apr 10
eng aqeel zinni liked Jayesh Bapu Ahire's blog post Artificial Neural Networks: Part1
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eng aqeel zinni liked Jayesh Bapu Ahire's blog post What is Big Data?
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MOHAMMED KEMAL liked Jayesh Bapu Ahire's blog post What is Big Data?
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What is Big Data?

What is big data? That’s a good question. There seem to be as many definitions for big data as there are businesses, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and individuals who want to benefit from it.One popular interpretation of big data refers to extremely large datasets. A National Institute of Standards and Technology report defined big data as consisting of “extensive datasets — primarily in the characteristics of volume, velocity, and/or variability — that require a scalable…See More
Apr 3
Jayesh Bapu Ahire's blog post was featured

What is Big Data?

What is big data? That’s a good question. There seem to be as many definitions for big data as there are businesses, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and individuals who want to benefit from it.One popular interpretation of big data refers to extremely large datasets. A National Institute of Standards and Technology report defined big data as consisting of “extensive datasets — primarily in the characteristics of volume, velocity, and/or variability — that require a scalable…See More
Apr 3
Innocent Nyalala liked Jayesh Bapu Ahire's blog post Artificial Neural Networks: Part1
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ANISH XAVIER liked Jayesh Bapu Ahire's blog post Artificial Neural Networks: Part1
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Nicolas Guinet liked Jayesh Bapu Ahire's blog post Artificial Neural Networks: Part1
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Artificial Neural Networks: Part1

Last week, I gave a one-hour seminar covering one of the machine learning tools which I have used extensively in my research: neural networks. Preparation of the seminar was very useful for me since it required me to make sure that I really understood how the networks function, and I (think I) finally got my head around back-propagation — more on that later. In this post, and depending on length, the next (few), I intend to reinterpret my seminar into something which might be of use to you,…See More
Mar 13
Jayesh Bapu Ahire's blog post was featured

Artificial Neural Networks: Part1

Last week, I gave a one-hour seminar covering one of the machine learning tools which I have used extensively in my research: neural networks. Preparation of the seminar was very useful for me since it required me to make sure that I really understood how the networks function, and I (think I) finally got my head around back-propagation — more on that later. In this post, and depending on length, the next (few), I intend to reinterpret my seminar into something which might be of use to you,…See More
Mar 13

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I am a self-taught programmer, self-made entrepreneur and well connected professional.

I have done some research projects in Parallel computing, AI, and Cloud integration as well as in Blockchain applications.

I am working at JT web and computer Solutions; where we work on providing web and app development services as well as complete social media marketing deals for newly emerging start-ups and other small businesses.

I have been coding for eight years and over the years I have worked with some of the major applications of computer science. I started off with Web Development, moved on to Android Development and then had a small detour in Bootloaders, Computer Architecture and the Assembly Language. Recently I have been involved in Game Development and Machine Learning and especially in Artificial Neural Networks. I also advanced my Game Development skills into Augmented Reality with the Microsoft Hololens. I have been working with the emulator and also got a hand on actual thing in past October.

What Computer Science Means to Me. Computer science means a lot more than it seems. ... Computer science is about taking masterpieces of human creation, whether art, music, literature, or though, and transforming them into binary entities that are perfectly preserved and can be disseminated anywhere.
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http://medium.com/@jayeshbahire
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CEO
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Jayesh Bapu Ahire's Blog

Ubuntu: Not just OS it's love

Posted on June 18, 2018 at 2:30am 0 Comments









Credits: Google Images

This is the story from time when I was in initial years of my programming career and I was a huge fan of Jetbrains IDE’s (I am still), I was using Windows prominently at that…

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Resolving the Cyber Skills Gap & Talent Shortage

Posted on April 25, 2018 at 8:00pm 0 Comments

With high profile security breaches like Equifax, the publicity over data security, as well as the cost, has only continued to grow. According to The 2017 Cost of Data Breach Study from the Ponemon Institute, the global average cost of a data breach is $3.6 million, or $141…

Continue

What is Big Data?

Posted on April 1, 2018 at 9:00pm 0 Comments

What is big data? That’s a good question. There seem to be as many definitions for big data as there are businesses, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and individuals who want to benefit from it.

One popular interpretation of big data refers to extremely large datasets. A National Institute of Standards and Technology…

Continue

Artificial Neural Networks: Part1

Posted on March 10, 2018 at 10:00pm 0 Comments

Last week, I gave a one-hour seminar covering one of the machine learning tools which I have used extensively in my research: neural networks. Preparation of the seminar was very useful for me since it required me to make sure that I really understood how the networks function, and I (think I) finally got my head around back-propagation — more on that later. In this post,…

Continue

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