How to Use Jupyter Lab Remotely

I have a desktop at home with an Nvidia GPU that can be used with PyTorch. Sometimes, I work on projects and toys in Jupyter Lab remotely from my laptop. I found an easy way to do so below. This isn’t terribly secure, as it allows anyone to connect to Jupyter Lab from that interface.… Continue reading How to Use Jupyter Lab Remotely

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My Notes on Learning PyTorch

I am trying to learn PyTorch. Below are my personal notes designed to help me(and hopefully will help others at my skill level). I don’t promise these notes are accurate; they only represent my understanding at the time of making this post. This is a living document, and is likely to change over time. Learning… Continue reading My Notes on Learning PyTorch

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Windows Rogue DHCP Monitor

I wanted to monitor the networks of a couple dozen clients for rogue DHCP servers. I couldn’t find a suitable application for my needs, so I made one here. It is designed to be deployed to Windows Servers configured as DHCP servers. It was only after I made the application and bragged about it on… Continue reading Windows Rogue DHCP Monitor

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Bill Gates Stimulants

I web search a lot of really random stuff. A large amount of what I know about the world stems from what I see on the site. Because of how important search results are to my opinion of the world, I was quite surprised when I did a search on Duckduckgo for Bill Gates Stimulants… Continue reading Bill Gates Stimulants

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Random Web Server App

When I was younger and had just learned to use nmap, it was a hobby of mine to scan the internet and browse random web servers. At the time, I used very aggressive scans( nmap -A -iR 500 –top-ports 30 –open ) and found some incredibly interesting servers(It is amazing how many computers on the… Continue reading Random Web Server App