Rabbet is looking for a talented Senior Software Engineer to join our Austin, Texas based team in building intelligent software that simplifies construction lending. We are in need of an enthusiastic self-starter that is capable of taking the lead in a...
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Question: I am working on a Machine Learning TimeSeries Prediction Engine and tried to use the SSA Machine Learning Algorithm to make a Sales Prediction. When using this algorithm am encountered with an error that says "ForcastingCatalog does not contain a definition for 'ForcastBySsa' and no accessible extension method accepting". Any idea on how to solve it? I have checked my Nuget Packages and I can verify that I have ML.Net version 1.6.0, why the TimeSeries NameSpace is not included in the ML.Net Package?
Solution: Install the Microsoft.ML.TimeSeries Package from Nuget Package, the TimeSeries Namespace is not included in the overall ML.Net package.
We are looking for a brilliant and energetic Senior Software Engineer to join GiveCampus and help us take the platform to the next level. This individual will be a key member of our team, making technical decisions that will shape the company’s future. We want someone who can hit the ground running with our stack and who loves to brainstorm, write code, create new features, and have a big impact. We are headquartered in Washington, DC, and are hiring both in-office and remote (US).
Published 170 days ago
I hope you are doing well! We have a major client looking for a Ruby on Rails Developer and I wanted to see if you might be interested.
This is a 100% Remote job and a Full Time position with a well-known company and they are offering a competitive pay rate on this job.
Need strong experience as a Ruby on Rails Developer.
Let me know if you might be interested.
About Together Software: Hi, I’m Nathan, cofounder at Together Software. Learning at work is broken, especially at large or remote companies, and we're enabling peer to peer learning between employees to fix it. Organizations like the United Nations, Disney and 7-11 are already using us to run mentoring programs to up-skill their employees. Our investors are the same ones that invested in Slack, Coinbase, and Instacart. For example, the United Nations uses our product to connect employees from around the world to discuss how they should choose the next country to work in, how to get promoted faster, or what skills they need for their next job. We launched through Y Combinator in Summer 2019. Here's a few things you might be tasked with solving: - Can you engineer a product that will grow virally inside the organization (starts with 1 mentoring program and expands to all use-cases and all employees)? - Can you work with the rest of the team to create a defensible brand? - Can you hel
Published 113 days ago
Question: How do you keep trailing zeros in a decimal number. I want to respect precision in a decimal number of 0.04, but Convert.Decemal("0.04") produces 0.4 in C# Asp.Net 6.
Answer: You can try formatting the using. YourValue.ToString("N2") this respects the value of the Decimal Number and will not remove or roundup the zeros (0) after the decimal place. This is important when you are dealing with Cash in Cents.
I hope this helps you.
Help fix the legal industry! The way legal paperwork gets done is filled with inefficiencies, which leads to ridiculously high legal fees. We fix this by building software that automates and streamlines the process. We're profitable and growing sustainably. We're the most popular way for high-growth technology startups to form, and are also used by tons of top-tier startups for hiring and fundraising. Our software is more advanced than any other online legal service. We've invested a lot in architecture, maintainability, and testing, giving us a significant advantage as we build out functionality that founders and attorneys can currently only dream of. We're a quiet leader in the legal technology space — if you are interested in changing the legal industry, this is arguably the best place to be.
Published 125 days ago
Question: How do you Round Down the number to the nearest decimal point in C#? the number I want to round down is 0.7777777777777777771, when I round use
Math.Round(MyNumber,02) the answer is 0.78. I don't want this answer, I wanted 0.77.
How do you do that with Math.Round() Method?
Answer: See the code below:
decimal myRoundDownValue = Math.Round(MyNumber,2,MidpointRounding.ToNegativeInfinity); //Answer myRoundDownValue will be the actual value rounded to two decimal places.
Using the Math.Round(MyNumber,2,MidpointRounding.ToNegativeInfinity); will round down the value to two decimal places. According to Visual Studio Intellisense, the MidpointRounding.ToNegativeInfinity enum rounds down with the result closest to and no greater than the infinitely precise result.
We are looking for a senior full-stack software engineer to take significant technical ownership over Literably's web services and core assessment processing system. You will play a leading role in both defining the technical roadmap and scaling the system to handle our rapid user growth. We work with AWS, Python, Django, Redis, and Postgres, but specific experience with this stack is not required. Prior experience operating autonomously and proactively at early stage startups is a big plus. Other nice-to-haves include experience with signal processing, audio data analysis, machine learning, and automated speech recognition.
Published 127 days ago
Question: How do you solve the error that says "BadImageFormatException: An attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format. (0x8007000B)" in Asp.Net 5 Application?
Answer: This tells you that you are trying to use a 32bit application with a 64bit DLL based. If your application is running in a 32 bit mode, always make sure that all your DLL loaded in the Reference Section in Visual Studio are of version 32bit. If you attempt to consume a 64bit DLL or any libraries made for a 64bit Hosting, this error is thrown.
I hope this helps you, leave a comment if this does help you solve your problems.
Find our Senior Site Reliability Engineer job description for The Muse located in New York, NY, as well as other career opportunities that the company is hiring for.
Published 132 days ago
Zendar is hiring a Platform Software Engineer. About Zendar: Zendar develops a high-resolution radar imaging system that has resolution similar to lidar, allowing cars to see in inclement weather. We are a team of electrical, radar, software engineers and researchers developing the next generation imaging radar technology. Our radar systems take on many of the functions of lidar at a much lower cost and in all weather conditions. Job Description: We are looking for a Software Engineer to join our growing team in Berkeley, CA. In this position, you will have significant ownership over the design and implementation of the user-interface and APIs customers use to view and interact with our radar systems and you will interface with the signal processing software stack. This role is perfect for a software generalist who enjoys working on all levels of the software stack, developing data pipelines and getting sensors to work in real-time in the real world. As a platform software engineer, you will also be responsible for working with the algorithms team to optimize Zendar’s radar algorithms to run efficiently in a resource constrained environment. Required Qualifications: Proficiency with modern C++ (we use C++ 14) Experience developing for embedded Linux or POSIX systems B.S. or M.S. degree in computer science, computer engineering, or a related field OR equivalent training Familiarity with professional software development tools, such as source control (git), unit testing, and performance profiling Strong communication and cross-functional collaboration skills Desired Qualifications: Experience with developing mission critical software (e.g. aviation or autonomous vehicles) Experience with GPU based scientific programming, 3D graphics libraries, such as WebGL Experience with robotics software like ROS Experience with radar, lidar, cameras, GPS/IMU, or other automotive sensors Working at Zendar Includes: Opportunity to make an impact at a young, venture-backed company in an emerging market Competitive salary, benefits and equity Daily catered lunch and a stocked fridge (when working out of the Berkeley, CA office) Hybrid work model: In office 2 days per week, the rest... work from wherever! Zendar is an equal opportunity employer. Zendar participates in E-Verify.
Published 23 days ago
The Muse is looking for an innovative and passionate Senior Site Reliability Engineer to join our Platform Team. You’ll manage and build the infrastructure that powers The Muse, working with our team of engineers, product managers and designers to help us create a better experience for the millions of users who come to The Muse for company research and career advice.
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