Aubergine & Onions Pan

Ingredients (2 servings): 1 Aubergine (eggplant) 3 spring onions 1 small onion 150 ml water 1 table spoon soy sauce 1 table spoon rice vinegar 1 tea spoon curry paste 2 tea spoons sugar 1/2 tea spoon salt 1-2 cm of ginger root 3 cloves of garlic 1 table spoon starch peanut oil rice Recipe: Cut aubergine into large, long pieces (~4 cm long, ~2 cm thick) Chop ginger and garlic, cut spring onions and onions into thin rings Mix water, soy sauce, rice vinegar, sugar and salt Mix starch with a small amount of water.
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Global Climate Strike

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Best Carrots Cake

Origin: https://www.tinesveganebackstube.de/karottenkuchen/ Ingredients: 400 g carrots Juice of a lemon 175 ml sunflower oil 400 g flour Pack of baking soda 2 Packs of vanilla sugar 200 g sugar 100 g chopped almonds 1/2 table spoon cinnamon 2 cm ginger pinch of salt powdered sugar and lime juice Recipe: Preheat your oven to 165°C Grate the carrots and ginger and mix it with the oil and lemon juice Mix all dry ingredients (flour, sugar, almonds, baking soda, vanilla sugar, cinnamon and salt) in another bowl.
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Vegan Beluga Lentils Curry

Origin: https://www.rewe.de/rezepte/veganes-beluga-linsen-curry/ Ingredients for 2-3 servings: 1 Onion 1 Garlic 1 cm fresh ginger root 1 Carrot 3 table spoons Coconut oil 1,5 table spoons red curry paste 300 g Beluga lentils 1 can tomatos (chunky or whole) 1 can Coconut milk 550 ml vegetable stock 1 sweet potato 2 table spoons lime juice Salt and pepper Preparation: Peel and chop the onions, garlic, ginger root and carrots. Fry for 2 minutes.
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Debugging Web APIs with session based authentication in Postman

Open the web app in Chrome or Firefox and open the Developer Tools (F12 or Ctrl+Shift+I). Login and look for an API call in the Network Tab of the Developer Tools. Right click the request and select Copy -> Copy as cURL Open Postman and use the Import Button -> Paste Raw Text You can now execute the same request as done in the browser. Start modifying it and happy hacking.
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Lessons learnt: First Hackathon

Be prepared. In my case the material was sent out a week beforehand. Use the time to setup your machine(s) and code base so you can start directly. Do research on the topic. I’ve not looked into state of the art algorithms for the problem beforehand. This cost me a lot of time in the Hackathon, to understand the algorithm we used. Have compute resources ready. I could have used 2 further machines, but forgot to setup ssh, Teamviewer or any other remote control on them.
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AutoTexture

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Commute to Work

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[Helsinki] View on City

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[Helsinki] Serenity

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