When you look at code from a data-centric view, a lot of things start to look like stale or inconsistent data problems. I don't like using the word "cache" for this because it focuses on the negative, the absence of fresh input. The real issue is data dependencies, which are connections that must be maintained in order to present a cohesive view and cohesive behavior, derived from a changing input model.
📈 Example of the results are in the thread below 📚 Full tutorial on how to load and fine-tune the model for downstream tasks is coming!
from transformers import * tokenizer = AutoTokenizer.from_pretrained("codistai/codeBERT-small-v2")model = AutoModelWithLMHead.from_pretrained("codistai/codeBERT-small-v2")
Synthetic Minds is building program synthesizers, i.e., automation that can write code. We have a working prototype in stealth and are currently in the process of doing user studies.Their site and Twitter look like it's about automated generation of smart contracts, and they held a summit on program synthesis last fall? https://synthetic-minds.com/
I feel like this could be a good discussion. What are your thoughts?
"As a DBA (database architect) and developer for 23+ years, managing million dollar+ projects, I wouldn't use Notion in this public way. It's possible to run into sensitive info issues down the road when you forget to lock things down. You can't scale and maintain security because Notion simply doesn't have the features to provide scalable security for public facing Pages. I would instead create a fake project that you can demo and make public. And since the personal level is now free with unlimited blocks, you could create a separate "Demo" workspace without fear of ever showing sensitive data or running into block limits. Best of luck... I'm seeing an increasing problem in the Notion community with non-programmers and those with little or no real-world Project Management or database experience setting up shop as Notion Experts. We were building database-backed websites in 1996-7 and by the early 2000's most of our jobs for large companies and State agencies and governments consisted of cleaning up the messes the early "web designers" created ... I fear we're seeing a similar situation with Notion and in 1-3 years there are going to be clients who have unusable systems that will have to be rebuilt in order to scale and handle new functionality..."