Philip Copeman posted a discussion
Nodejs is also a powerful solution for collecting and visualising real-time data in the form of advanced dashboards. GraphQL is an interesting example. Although this query language for APIs can work together with other programming languages, such as…
Friday
Philip Copeman posted a blog post
Subject: Economics
Case Study: South Africa Inc (unemployment, inequality, growth model)
Put yourselves in the shoes of someone advising the President.
The problem we are dealing with is the 29% unemployment of 10 Million South Africans, the rate cl…
Tuesday
Philip Copeman posted a discussion
Future of Work
There is something quite Zuma-esque about watching Cyril Rhamaphosa bumbling through the key note address at the Future of Work Conference, reading a speech clearly not written or properly rehearsed by him. Mr President, a word of adv…
Jul 30
Philip Copeman posted a blog post
South Africa posted a 2019 Q1 GDP growth decline of minus 3,2%.
Economic apologists tout this as the worst performance in 10 years. Worse! Back up 33 years to find self-inflicted stupidity of this magnitude. In the Court of Economic History, Preside…
Jun 8
Philip Copeman published an article
Adam Smith
The Wealth of Nations
The Wealth of Nations.pdf
 
Karl Marx
Das Kapital
Capital-Volume-I.pdf
Capital-Volume-II.pdf
Capital-Volume-III.pdf
 
John Maynard Keynes
General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money
generaltheory.pdf
 
 
 



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May 30
Philip Copeman left a comment on Private
May 11
Philip Copeman posted a discussion
Great piece of code for displaying an HTML5 video in a Bootstrap Jumbotron.
 
https://codepen.io/JacobLett/pen/LmWvLZ
Mar 14
Philip Copeman posted a blog post
English Speaking countries do not do well in Pisa rankings. The Copeman Academy strives to give the English speaking student  a boost in Maths education. We do this by supplementing  analytical training with Deep Learning based Pattern Recognition.…
Mar 12
Philip Copeman posted a discussion
Consumer surplus is one of the most beautiful things in Capitalism.
 
Take for example the fact that I would be prepared to buy a beer for R 20 a Quart. In South Africa that it is about $ 0.70 for a pint! (I would probably pay double that, but lets…
Jan 24
Philip Copeman posted discussions
Jan 14
Philip Copeman left a comment for Robert Price
"Hi Rob - first registration of the the new year here for me. Feel free to look around. I can make you a Moodle account if you like. Moodle is the exam subsystem (From a company in Perth) that I use  to manage this section.
Over the next 10 days plea…"
Jan 1
Philip Copeman posted a discussion
Dec 6, 2018
Philip Copeman posted a discussion
This shows how simple neural networks work - worth a  30 minute watch.
Uses Node and brain.js
 Video  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVMHhtTqUxc
Dec 5, 2018
Philip Copeman posted a discussion
 
Umair Haque
Medium
November 2018
 
Whenever I write about capitalism, a strange and funny thing happens. “That’s not even capitalism, dude! Grow up!!” It’s not? Capitalism appears to mean whatever anyone wants it to mean, apparently, and hence, ca…
Dec 2, 2018
Philip Copeman left a comment for Richard Allan
"Thank you for joining the Copeman Academy as an adult. I see you have not yet done the Trial exam.
The first test is point and click. Six simple algebra questions that will give us both an idea of where we are (Don't be surprised if you score badly)…"
Nov 19, 2018
Philip Copeman left a comment for Kara Bunney
"Welcome to the Copeman Academy. Thank you for registering as an Adult learner.
The first point to make clear is that the Copeman Academy is not a School. We don't offer certificates or set exams. We are here to deliver you a resources that gives you…"
Nov 6, 2018
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