February 14, 2017
“There are two kinds of people in this world: Those who think VR will change the world. And, those who haven’t tried VR." I read this quote somewhere not so long ago. And even while conservatively looking at the scope and scale of the technology, one can easily say that the Virtual Reality experience is […]
February 9, 2017
In this article, we talk about what Challenge problems are and how to solve them. I find them the most attractive questions in a long contest. However, students new to competitive programming often avoid them because they seem weird at first. Let’s try and change that perception. What are Challenge problems? A challenge problem in […]
Webinar Date: March 5, 2017
HackerEarth is pleased to announce its next webinar to help you understand what it really takes to win machine learning competitions. Agenda of this webinar will include: - How Marios started his journey? - Why most people fail to win ? - Useful Machine Learning Strategies for Competitions - Questions! Speaker: Marios Michailidis is Manager […]
February 6, 2017
To satisfy our voracious appetite for economical, easily-programmable, and open source hardware to bring our imagination to life,  technology giants such as  Broadcom, Intel, Texas Instruments, Samsung, and Qualcomm have come up with their own single- board computers. But none of them were successful in replacing Raspberry Pi. Recently, Asus, the Taiwanese chip major, recently […]
February 6, 2017
Introduction Getting learners to read textbooks and use other teaching aids effectively can be tricky. Especially, when the books are just too dreary. In this post, we’ve compiled great e-resources for you digital natives looking to explore the exciting world of Machine Learning and Neural Networks. But before you dive into the deep end, you […]
February 3, 2017
In every Hackathon, we witness people working around the clock to develop on an idea that's unprecedented in all respects. Hackmotion, an app developed during the Hackathon conducted by WACHacks in association with HackerEarth, is a breathtaking manifestation of the same. Read on to know more about this app. What is Hackmotion? Hackmotion is an […]
February 2, 2017
Naive Bayes is a machine learning algorithm for classification problems. It is based on Bayes’ probability theorem. It is primarily used for text classification which involves high dimensional training data sets. A few examples are spam filtration, sentimental analysis, and classifying news articles. It is not only known for its simplicity, but also for its […]
February 1, 2017
Do you know SixDegrees.com was the first social network site which allowed the user to create a profile and connect? In a world of 7 billion people, it seems hard to believe that the Six degrees of Separation theory contend that we are all connected to each other by six or fewer acquaintances. For example, […]
February 1, 2017
While writing a full-blown compiler for a programming language is a difficult and frustrating task, writing a smaller and more specific parser can be surprisingly easy if you know a small trick. On the other hand, parsing problems pops up at several places in modern-day programming. So, learning this useful trick can be rewarding. Source: […]
Webinar Date: February 27, 2017
HackerEarth is pleased to announce its next webinar to help you understand on Machine Learning work. About the Session: Ever felt overwhelmed by the plethora of machine learning and data science information? Not sure which algorithms to use to scope out your problem? Matthew Kirk can help you get started. He’s the author of Thoughtful […]