By H2O.ai Team | minute read | June 21, 2013
Last night, 0x offices were well populated with some very bright programmers. Big thanks to Cyprien Noel, the 0x hacker who designed k-means. He led the group as we collaboratively worked through building the code underpinning K-means modeling.
In case you missed the group last night – we’re doing it again. In about a month we’ll be going over coding in k-means, but with some additional functionality, and revisions to our always changing project. This means that even if you were here last night, you should come again next month because we will be going farther and doing more.
In case you did miss it – you can find our github here: https://github.com/0xdata/h2o. You probably also want to come equipped with Eclipse: http://eclipse.org. We use that tool to walk through the java coding for H2O. And as always, if you have questions or feedback, please get in touch (irene at 0xdata).
It was really nice to see you all last night, so thank you for spending your time with us!
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