Year 4, Q3 Machine Learning, management and coding

During Q2 one of the topics have been to learn about Machine Learning on Kaggle. I started on kaggle as platform to use their courses, their community and I finished doing some finance examples on Google CoLab. I’m not a sofwtare developer neither a data scientific, but I am willing to learn all the concepts of machine learning … Read more

Using Machine Learning to predict the S&P 500 price change, using the dark pool indicators Dix and Gex

This is the first version of an analysis I wanted to perform with the main purpose of learning. By this reason I have limited the number of input data and operations to the minimum. To do something different I will be looking for correlations between the two main dark pool indexes: DIX and GEX Indexes. … Read more

Open-source Twitter Intelligence

I continue being curious about OSINT, and I found this project named Open-source Twitter Intelligence in GIT Hub . It’s a set of code that do scraping on Twitter without using Twitter’s API, allowing you to scrape a user’s followers, following, Tweets and more. Apparently Twitter’s API has some limits and this approach avoid them. It’s written in … Read more

Open-source intelligence, first try

Leyendo documentación sobre seguridad y tratando de entender como se ponen en práctica los conceptos de OSINT, encontré un vídeo sencillo de como usar EO-Ripper.py para rastrear correos electrónicos y sus contraseñas: Me pareció curioso probarlo, de manera que encontré un hueco días más tarde. Los pasos que di esta vez han sido: Instalar python 3.6. He … Read more

Guru99, python and more

There are so many tutorials about almost everything, this time I found this one: https://www.guru99.com Guru99 Vision: Fun & Free Education for ALL Guru99 Mission: To bring all feasible courses , online. Python was the one who took the first look, but I went quickly to other tutorials. I am inmersed now on a SAP HCM project, so … Read more