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Mon 27 Apr 2020

PyTorch Distributed Training

In this blog post, I would like to present a simple implementation of PyTorch distributed training on CIFAR-10 classification using DistributedDataParallel wrapped ResNet models. The usage of Docker container for distributed training and how to start distributed training using torch.distributed.launch would also be covered.

Source: PyTorch Distributed Training, an article by Lei Mao.

Speed up your Docker builds with --cache-from

Using the Docker cache efficiently can result in significantly faster build times. In some environments though, like CI/CD systems, individual builds happen independent of each other and the build cache is never preserved. Every build starts from zero which can be slow and wasteful. This article will try to provide some solutions for these cases.

Source: Speed up your Docker builds with --cache-from, an article by Florin Lipan.

My Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens molted

In the evening, while checking on the tarantulas I keep, I noticed that the Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens had molted! Since it had been refusing food for several weeks and been lethargic I already suspected that it was in pre-molt.

Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens post molt
Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens after molting. Photo by Alice.

In the above photo you can see a part of the cast off exoskeleton in the top centre.

I will try to feed this little one after 7-10 days, so it can properly recover from the molting process.