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OpenCV using Python
Learn how to develop a machine learning application using Python and OpenCV. OpenCV is a cross-platform library of programming functions for real-time computer vision. While OpenCV is written primarily in C and C++, much of the API functionality can be accessed through wrappers in other languages, including Python. This tutorial will delve into using Python to develop computer vision application.
IPC–SMTA High-Reliability Cleaning and Conformal Coating Conference 2012
This event is focused on electronics assembly reliability and the influence of cleaning and coating on the production of reliable hardware.
“How clean is clean?” is even more challenging to answer: conductors and circuit traces are growing narrower and what is acceptably clean for one industry segment may be unacceptable in others.
The Website Is The App (And Vice Versa)
There are two basic models of media and entertainment companies using mobile web apps built on HMTL5. One model is to create a whole new experience using web technologies. This could be re-packaging existing content, giving new life to archives, or just experimenting with a new format or media product. In my experience, some music labels to this really well The other model is to take the entire media property and create a single, multi-use app where the website, the mobile app, and the tablet app are all one entity. Here, there are some great examples from the news media. The talk will examine case studies of both of these approaches and provide the pros and cons. But the main takeaway is that with HTML5, mobile website and mobile apps can be one-and-the-same.
Vator Splash NY 2012
Splash is Vator’s once-a-quarter evening event, celebrating entrepreneurship with seasoned entrepreneurs sharing lessons and advice, and 10 promising startups pitching onstage. The top 10 are chosen through an online competition. The event draws some 350 to 400 attendees in the entrepreneur community, from seasoned to emerging entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and media.
Building Meaningful Customer Experiences
A one-day workshop on "Building Meaningful Customer Experiences" by the design expert, Nathan Shedroff, author of multiple books including Making Meaning, Experience Design 1.1, Design is the Problem, Experience Design 1 Cards, and, Dictionary of Sustainable Management.
How to start a startup as a non-technical founder
Tech Startup from the Ground Up: Advice from a non-Technical Founder. This workshop will cover the following topics:
- Day Job to Dream Job: Quit and Commit
- Execute! Learn from the Honey Badger
- Structuring & Hiring: Startup Oxygen
- Fundraising: Kickstart, Crowd-source, Accelerate, and Call in the Angels
- Growing Your Business: If Plan A Fails, there are 25 more Letters
- Recommended Resources, Questions from Viewers