Everyone had their dark days! (from Shutter Island movie)

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Before moving into my past struggles, a quick intro: I am the founder of Tactii — where we do mininal ML prototypes for startups and SMEs.

Here are the toughest and challenging situations I had gone through which shaped my life…

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While checking some articles, I came to know that three different articles used the same content. As I was curious to know who used whose content, I came up with a simple python program to check them out.

First resource:

sample paragraph:

These data could show that the people of…

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As I am a fan of HBR, I am gonna work on finding the frequency of an HBR Article here.

To keep it simplified, I haven’t used any efficiency in the code. Feel free to optimize the code wherever it’s possible.

For a sample, we have chosen the article below:

s3 bucket —AWS

You might have got an error like below when you deal with s3 commands in terminal:

SyntaxError: invalid syntax

I will share my scenario and talk about the solution in this article.

In terminal, when I typed

aws s3

it threw error as below:

aws s3
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/opt/anaconda3/envs/py38/bin/aws", line 5, in <module>
from aws.main import main
File "/opt/anaconda3/envs/py38/lib/python3.8/site-packages/aws/main.py", line 23
print '%(name)s: %(endpoint)s' % {
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

At first I didn’t have a clue about this error. Later, I figured out that aws library in my custom environment throwing error.

So, I had to get out of my custom environment by using

conda deactivate

then gave it a try

aws s3

Now, it didn’t throw invalid syntax error.

Happy S3ing!!


Assume that you have already installed zsh and ~/.zshrc available. If not, you can follow other articles to install zsh.

First, we will verify zsh custom folder:


It should show like below


Now, you can clone PowerLevel 10K git repo as below:

git clone https://github.com/romkatv/powerlevel10k.git $ZSH_CUSTOM/themes/powerlevel10k


Raja CSP Raman

Researcher / Mentor

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