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China's Push for Solar

January 29, 20192 min read

This is a follow-up to my last post in which I claimed that solar cells and batteries will lead us to sustainability far cheaper and faster than most people realize at this point. Based on this claim, I want to make a further prediction. The way China has relentlessly pushed its solar industry…

Batteries + Solar Rule!

January 21, 20195 min read

Fair warning: This is going to be my most self-righteous post to date. Finally people are waking up to what I’ve been saying since 2008 : batteries are the future! Combined with solar cells they are a complete and by far the best solution for our long-term terrestrial energy needs. Fusion will be…

Writing a Modal with React Hooks

January 13, 20194 min read

What to do on a cold January weekend with bad weather? My choice fell on checking out the new React Alpha (16.8) . The one with hooks as it’s come to be called. All it took was a little skimming through the docs , followed by inside the project folder. That’s it. I was ready to start coding. But…

Two-Loop Hyperoptimization

November 23, 20184 min read

I recently started using Scikit-Optimize (or for short) to run Bayesian optimization on the hyperparameters of a bunch of fully-connected neural networks. Overall, it’s a very helpful tool! The hyperparameters I optimized are the number of dense layers the optimizer’s learning rate the numbers…

Masonry Layout with CSS Grid

November 14, 20183 min read

Back in early January, Wes Bos asked Rachel Andrew the excellent question if CSS grid could be used to produce a masonry layout (think Pinterest). Turns out the spec doesn’t support it. Makes sense if you think about. A proper masonry layout doesn’t have rows and without rows, it’s not a grid…

Custom search with Algolia in Gatsby

November 02, 201813 min read

In this post I’ll explain how to setup a custom search experience powered by Algolia on a Gatsby site. You can see the result in action by clicking on the loupe in the top right corner of this page. Before, we begin I should mention that if you’re looking to add search to a documentation site…

Brave new world

July 27, 20181 min read

Welcome to my new blog! Gone is my former WordPress site at janosh-riebesell.com. This is the first post on a new site I created myself. It’s JavaScript from head to heel using the amazing site generator Gatsby and for the design and layout. The latter relies heavily on the awesome CSS grid…

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