My name is Ronald, I'm an development engineer living in the Netherlands. In the daytime I develop PCB's and write the firm- and software that runs on them. At night my interests range from 3d printing to gaming from reading to weightlifting.
In this blog post we will take a look at binary classification using Keras. We’ll look into installing Keras, understanding your data, defining a model and subsequently testing your model.
This blog post assumes you’ve got the latest version of R installed, which, at the time of writing is either R 3.5.2 or Microsoft R open 3.5.3. it also assumes you have intermediate or better programming skill and a basic understanding of machine learning.
Data policy architect
Improving system performance by offloading certain tasks to dockerized systems
Development, debugging and testing of optical fiber testing and measurement equipment. - Embedded software development using C and C++ - Schematic and PCB design using KiCAD - Software design using C#
Writing device drivers and applets to facilitate testing of optical equipment
Enrolled in classes on Robotics, PLC, Embedded programming, Big data and followed the minor "Software for Science"
Drop me an email if you’ve got interesting projects, need advice or are planning to send a manned rocket to mars.