Implementing Deepmind's MuZero Algorithm with Python
Deepmind has achieved a huge milestone by publishing its latest paper around Reinforcement Learning in Nature - 23/DEC/2020. How they were able to train a Reinforcement Learning algorithm that masters Go, Chess, Shogi and Atari without needing to be told the rules.
Running CUDA on Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL)
Running CUDA on the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is not a trivial task seeing that it requires the GPU to be available on a Virtual Machine. In this article I go in more detail how you can get your GPU working in WSL through something NVIDIA calls "Paravirtualization"
How to set up a Python Development Environment Setup on Windows (with WSL)
Setting up a Python Development environment on Windows might be a daunting task to do right. Especially since a lot of tools cause confusion or might not work out of the box.
Auto scaling a HTTP triggered application in Kubernetes using Keda
Kubernetes is getting more popular everyday and it's no wonder why! When you are running applications on-premise or in-cloud, the possibility of having the applications in a portable way is a strong one! Removing the friction for scaling-out your application when you are ready for it, or even bursting scenarios.
Creating a simple "Hello World" docker application with Express and NodeJS
For a lot of infrastructure related blog posts I would like to utilize a very basic application that spins up a web server and allows us to access it. Once we access it we simple see a welcome message but with a delay that we can configure!
Monitoring the Kubernetes Nginx Ingress Controller with Prometheus and Grafana
In a previous article I explained how we can set-up an Nginx Kubernetes Ingress Controller, but how can we now monitor this? This is what I would like to tackle in this article, on how we are able to utilize Prometheus and Grafana to start visualizing what is happening on our Ingress Controller.
Creating a Kubernetes Nginx Ingress Controller and create a rule to a sample application
Whenever you are creating an application that you want to expose to the outside world, it's always smart to control the flow towards the application behind it. That's why Kubernetes has something called
Kubernetes Ingress. But what is it?
Debugging Common Dapr Issues
As a new sort of writing, I wanted to create a "debugging" blog post where I list "my rookie" mistakes that I made while working with Dapr. I hope that by sharing I can help others to more quickly resolve their own issues 😊
Setting up Stable Baselines with Python 3.7 and WSL 2
I've been playing around a bit with Stable Baselines lately for an upcoming project. However while playing, I encountered some issues seeing that Stable Baselines currently requires Tensorflow <= 1.14 which is only supported through Python < 3.8. Due those difficulties, I thought it would be interesting to share how I set up my personal development environment from scratch to play around with Stable Baselines.