ezyang’s blog

the arc of software bends towards understanding

About

Edward Z. Yang is a research engineer at Facebook who works on PyTorch, an open source deep learning library. In a previous life, he worked on Backpack, a new module system for Haskell.

You can find more outdated information about me at http://ezyang.com.

28 Responses to “About”

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  4. Hterth says:

    What’s that popo, popos, and popopo?
    Good blog anyway…

  5. popos says:

    Its just for fun! After all there is no Captcha here… write anything…

  6. Wut says:

    Oh yea no captcha, gotta spam trolo

  7. JJ says:

    Like it!

  8. Popopopo says:

    Yoyo

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  10. poPoPoPopo says:

    I occasionally do longer-form pieces that span multiple posts. When I’ve done so, I’ve created a category just to house those posts.

  11. k says:

    be “handy” if each article (header) was dated?

  12. Popos says:

    Astonishing articles, popos really liked

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  14. Anonymous says:

    no captchas yet

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  16. hi says:

    Hey friends

  17. Gr8 blog says:

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  18. poo says:

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  19. God says:

    You are doing well.

  20. God says:

    One warning, however, when you go to shop for strawberries, do not get the first one you see. They will be poisoned. Your welcome.

  21. Anonymous says:

    test

  22. Edward Z. Yang says:

    Stop spamming my wall you uncollected garbage!

  23. Pure elitist says:

    I like it when spam tickles my butthole!

  24. Anals of Haskell says:

    And then Curry said to his wife: ‘collect my garbage women!’

  25. Jay says:

    Really impressed by your profile and experiences!

  26. There's really says:

    no filter

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  27. Random Driveby says:

    One day you find out that the nutjobs going on and on about the Lizard people were actually right all along, and that they walk among us, herding us like the little children we are and getting us to do their bidding by telling us lies that we fall for every time. And to be fair, they are really good at telling lies. It’s quite a skill!

    And after a while, you realize that it’s truly like taking candy from babies – and we don’t even know that we’re actually babies. It’s like a 16 year old knowing everything… we still think we are masters of the world. We aren’t.

    One day you find out that they have replaced religion after religion and civilization after civilization for thousands of years just to suit themselves. They even managed to turn science into a religion, complete with priests, indulgences and inquisitions.
    And we fell for it in an instant, because we are very smart and knowledgeable.

    Imagine a ten year old kid being swindled by a handful of adults who want to take the kid’s bicycle (or even more terrible things) – this is how the world carries on, and hardly anyone realizes the actual truth:

    That all the world’s a stage, and we are merely the paying audience, pretending to be actors because they call us on stage now and then to render some small service or shake a few coins out of our purse, or to teach us a lesson when we smile too much.

    And realize that there is absolutely nothing you can do about it but live your allotted years and pray that you won’t be sacrificed in some pointless and silly drama they’ve constructed just to pass the time.

    The first step is learning to spot the lizards behind the masks.
    Look at the smiles. Look closely.
    They always care about you.
    Or claim to.
    —————
    Note: This is fiction! Who could believe the world is run by lizard people?
    You might as well believe that the government lies to you,
    or the devil exists, or some other insane nonsense.
    Now go find some cat pictures or a python tutorial.

  28. Roberts Greibers says:

    Thanks for sharing your knowledge, I really enjoyed your Python posts!

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