#Python ๐Ÿ – Easy way to install #OpenCV and #TensorFlow in a Virtual Environment in Anaconda . Yes, for drone ๐Ÿš fun !

Hi ! I wrote about this before, however, I never shared the complete set of steps. Here they are. Install and Update Anaconda After installing Anaconda, it’s time to update. We need to start Anaconda PowerShell with Administrator privileges. And then run these commands. conda update conda conda update โ€“all That was easy. Create a…… Continue reading #Python ๐Ÿ – Easy way to install #OpenCV and #TensorFlow in a Virtual Environment in Anaconda . Yes, for drone ๐Ÿš fun !

#Anaconda – How to List and Remove Virtual Environments (get back some disk space!)

Hi ! I already shared how to create Virtual Environments using Anaconda, and also how to create shortcuts to use them directly in Windows Terminal (see references). This task is easy an amazing, however, at some point you may want to clean your environment. That’s an easy task. I’m currently using Anaconda version 4.8.3. You…… Continue reading #Anaconda – How to List and Remove Virtual Environments (get back some disk space!)

#Windows10- #WindowsTerminal and Anaconda, bonus: start an Anaconda Virtual Environment

Hi ! Windows Terminal (WT) is one of the coolest tools I’ve using in the last couple of years. I’m not an expert, and not even a fan of CLIs, however I assume working with WT is super cool. Bonus: If you speak Spanish, I shared my own thoughts about this with Juan and Eduard…… Continue reading #Windows10- #WindowsTerminal and Anaconda, bonus: start an Anaconda Virtual Environment

#Python – Easy way to install #OpenCV and #TensorFlow with Anaconda

Hi ! After sharing a couple of sessions using the Drone and working with the drone camera, a couple of people contacted me with issues while they try to install OpenCV and/or TensorFlow, to be used with Python. There are plenty of tutorials about this, so I will share a very easy one. 1st step…… Continue reading #Python – Easy way to install #OpenCV and #TensorFlow with Anaconda

#Anaconda – My steps to install a virtual environment with #TensorFlow, #Keras and more

Hi! So today post is not a post, just a selfish reminder of the steps I do when I setup a new dev machine Install Anaconda (see references). I use the default settings, and important: I donโ€™t add Anaconda to Windows PATH. Open Anaconda command prompt as administrator Need to be open as Admin in…… Continue reading #Anaconda – My steps to install a virtual environment with #TensorFlow, #Keras and more

#Anaconda โ€“ How to create a custom #Python virtual environment and use it in #Jupyter notebooks (a kernel!)

Hi! In yesterday post, I created a new virtual environment named [devtf] and in this environment Iโ€™ve installed a lot of tools that I need. Then I tried to launch a jupyter notebook from this environment, to use this tools and, of course, it didnโ€™t work. It was time to read and learn how this…… Continue reading #Anaconda โ€“ How to create a custom #Python virtual environment and use it in #Jupyter notebooks (a kernel!)

#Python โ€“ Canโ€™t install TensorFlow on Anaconda, maybe is the Visual Studio distribution

Hi! This is the 2nd time I get a weird error when I install TensorFlow in my Anaconda distribution. And this is the 2nd time I realize that Iโ€™m using the Anaconda version that is preinstalled with Visual Studio. Iโ€™m not sure if the spaces in the path affects the creation of environments or itโ€™s…… Continue reading #Python โ€“ Canโ€™t install TensorFlow on Anaconda, maybe is the Visual Studio distribution

#VSCode – Let’s do some #FaceRecognition with 20 lines in #Python

Hi ! I’ve write a lot about how to use AI models in C# to perform tasks like Face recognition, speech analysis, and more. During the Chicago CodeCamp, someone ask me about how to perform Face Recognition in Python. I didn’t have any working sample to showcase this, and I failed in try to write…… Continue reading #VSCode – Let’s do some #FaceRecognition with 20 lines in #Python