Spotify Desktop App with HiDPI Scaling in GNOME 3

posted on 2019-11-12 by dotcs

Spotify Desktop seems to have issues with HiDPI screens in Linux. This post shows how to fix it.

An "open" command in Linux

posted on 2019-11-11 by dotcs

This article explains how to configure a command "open" in Linux that behaves similar to the command that macOS provides.

GNOME 3: Change wallpaper periodically

posted on 2019-11-10 by dotcs

This post describes how wallpapers can be automatically changed in GNOME 3 with a simple script and a cronjob.

Leaving Google's Mail Services behind

posted on 2019-11-01 by dotcs

I decided to leave Google's e-mail services behind. This post describes how I changed to another provider and how I use my domain at the same time so that I can switch between e-mail providers more flexibly in the future.

Howto train a CNN with TensorFlow on FloydHub

posted on 2017-06-11 by dotcs

Nowadays artificial intelligence (AI) is a big thing. Computational power increased a lot within the last years which makes it possible to build and run large Neural Networks (NN) for Deep Learning (DL) that model various problems extremely well. Unfortunately huge networks consume large amounts of memory and computational power. Often developers do not have the necessary hardware available to solve larger problems in a suitable time. One solution to this problem is to shift the heavy computatio

Evaluate data from Komoot with Elasticsearch and Kibana

posted on 2017-06-11 by dotcs

In my spare time I like to travel by bike. As a data enthusiast it's no question to track my trips using services such as Komoot [https://www.komoot.de/]. Besides the data analysis methods that these companies provide on their websites or apps, they are always limited in what kind of analysis they provide to their customers. Most of the time it is not enough tough. Having access to the raw data allows to do further analysis and implement highly customized charts. Table of content For convenienc

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