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.
Improving system performance by offloading certain tasks to dockerized systems
Development of Hard-, Soft- and Firmware for testing fiber-optic equipment
Enrolled in classes on Robotics, PLC, Embedded programming
Minor in big data
Drop me an email if you’ve got interesting projects, need advice or are planning to send a manned rocket to mars.