Bcomposes is now self-hosted!

I finally got around to moving my blog from the free WordPress world to my own self-hosted WP instance! I’ve changed the theme and plugins, and the code examples broke, so I’ll be fixing those over time. (I already fixed the TensorFlow tutorial since that is my most popular post these days.)

Now that I’m officially gone from the University of Texas at Austin (to focus on my startup, People Pattern), and am no longer conducting courses at the university, I will probably return to blogging a bit more to satisfy my teaching itch. I may even be updating and packaging up some old posts and homeworks as books and/or courses. Stay tuned, and let me know in the comments section below if there is anything in particular you are interested in!

Author: jasonbaldridge

Co-founder of People Pattern and Associate Professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Texas at Austin. My primary specialization is computational linguistics and my core research interests are formal and computational models of syntax, probabilistic models of both syntax and discourse structure, and machine learning for natural language tasks in general.

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