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downloading folders from google drive.

I wanted to download some course material on RL shared by the author via Google drive using the command line.  I got a bunch of stuff using wget a folder in google drive was a challenge. I looked it up in SO which gave me a hint but no solution. I installed gdown using pip and then used: gdown --folder --continue if there are more than 50 files you need to use --remaining-ok and only get the first 50. In such a case its best to download using the folder using the UI and decompress locally. Decompressing from the command line created errors related to unicode but using the mac UI I decompressed without a glitch.

PyData 13

1st speaker JP Morgan Continuous Delivery in Python on a Massive Scale, by Or Been-Zeev (JP Morgan) delivery at JP Morgan Abstract:  J.P. Morgan has one of the largest Python codebases in the world.  We will discuss the challenges of working with millions of lines of Python and how one can deal with those. We will also show you how Python makes it easy to achieve continuous delivery and ”push to production” approaches regardless of scale. My notes:  CD = CI + Push to production 20 million lines of code - use a monolithic code base... time to market is the KPI  but how to avoid breaking the code many times a day? Python simplifies the typical CI pipeline as there is no compile or build They have a single head but not clear about how they are merging changes - they have shared staging layers to handle this issue. Speaker separation in the wild, and the industry's view - Rapahel Cohen ( Abstract: Audio recordings are a data source of great value used

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