Some materials for Facebook Developers

1. [PyTorch]

PyTorch By Example

In this talk, Jendrik Joerdening talks about PyTorch, what it is, how to build neural networks with it, and compares it to other frameworks.

#PyTorch

2. [React Native]

Can Flutter Animations be done in React Native

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HYb6ixhLKQ
Instagram Stories using Reanimated

https://github.com/wcandillon/can-it-be-done-in-react-native/tree/master/instagram-stories

#ReactNative

3.[GraphQL] Top 5 GraphQL Predictions for 2019

Here’s some predictions of what the GraphQL community can expect in the upcoming months

https://medium.com/graphqlconf/top-5-graphql-predictions-for-2019-6f281f16fac1

#GraphQL

4. [VR] Designing Safe Spaces for Virtual Reality


Virtual Reality (VR) designers accept the ethical responsibilities of removing a user’s entire world and superseding it with a fabricated reality. These unique immersive design challenges are intensified when virtual experiences become public and socially-driven. As female VR designers in 2018, we see an opportunity to fold the language of consent into the design practice of virtual reality — as a means to design safe, accessible, virtual spaces.

#VR

5.[AI]Machine Learning at Facebook: Understanding Inference at the Edge

At Facebook, machine learning provides a wide range of capabilities that drive many aspects of user experience including ranking posts, content understanding, object detection and tracking for augmented and virtual reality, speech and text translations. While machine learning models are currently trained on customized datacenter infrastructure, Facebook is working to bring machine learning inference to the edge. By doing so, user experience is improved with reduced latency (inference time) and becomes less dependent on network connectivity. Furthermore, this also enables many more applications of deep learning with important features only made available at the edge. This paper takes a data-driven approach to present the opportunities and design challenges faced by Facebook in order to enable machine learning inference locally on smartphones and other edge platforms.

#FacebookAI

About Hung Le Thanh 6 Articles
Hung Le Thanh is a Community Lead at Facebook Developer Circle, he worked in various companies such as FPT Software and Google. He animates and presents various workshops in blockchain.

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