Experiment tracking for machine and deep learning projectsProject mention: TMT: A KISS library to keep track of experiments, results and code | /r/learnmachinelearning | 2022-06-26
While there are available libraries at the moment to do this, such as Weights & Biases or Modelchimp, I wanted a library which could be as simple as possible, both for the user and the developer, and completely free...a library based on the KISS principle. My idea is that the researcher/user of the library should also be able to easily adjust and modify the source code of the library, should they feel the need.
Experiments with various binary formats based on Jevko.Project mention: Jevko: a minimal general-purpose syntax | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-10-25
Yes, S-expressions come in many flavors, some more minimal than others, some binary. They are all truly wonderful.
The most wonderful to me are the simplest ones, and Jevko grows out of the same spirit as them.
However, it does not attempt to be a new flavor of S-expressions and diverges in ways which to me are worth looking at. I hope it can appeal and be useful not only to minimalist syntax enthusiasts.
BTW Some time ago I've been also experimenting with binary versions of Jevko, certainly with inspiration from both netstrings and Rivest's csexps:
Since then I had some more ideas which I hope to get around to implementing at some point.
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