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Use Kubernetes to Speed Machine Learning Development

Use Kubernetes to Speed Machine Learning Development Justin Brandenburg Justin Brandenburg is a Data Scientist in the MapR Professional Services group. Justin has experience in a number of data areas ranging from counter-narcotics to cyber intrusion analysis. In past projects, he has utilized machine learning, econometrics, graph analytics and agent-based…
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Hands-on With ARIA: Accessibility Recipes for Web Apps

Hands-on With ARIA: Accessibility Recipes for Web Apps In the confusing world of web applications, ARIA can help improve accessibility and ease of use for your creations. HTML isn’t able to handle many types of relationship between elements on the page, but ARIA is ideal for almost any kind of…
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Secrets Of Successful Teamwork: Insights From Google Several years ago, Google launched a big study to figure out what makes teams successful. Watch this video to find out what conclusions the researchers arrived to after studying more than 180 separates teams for the duration of several years. View on YouTube

Creeping Caterpillar Robot Delivers Drugs In Human Body

Creeping Caterpillar Robot Delivers Drugs In Human Body Small robots are gaining more attention as researchers find new ways to implement them, whether it’s in high-speed precision manufacturing on the millimeter-scale; or using microfluidic robots for precision surgery, or cancer-fighting bots made out of algae. Now researchers over at City University…
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Add It Up: Test Automation Is Not a Tooling Story

Add It Up: Test Automation Is Not a Tooling Story Test automation tools are not used very often. Only 16 percent of performance test cases are executed with test automation tools, and security tests are being completed at the same frequency according to the World Quality Report (WQR) 2018-2019, which…
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Technically DDD (Domain Driven Design) You might have heard of Domain Driven Design. You may have heard DDD is a tool to write readable and change-ready code. You may have even heard DDD comes with a lot of talking, and modelling, and customers… Starting with DDD sounds big, and scary,…
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Defining Company Values and DevOps Practices

Defining Company Values and DevOps Practices CloudBees sponsored this podcast. “Where do you put your value as a company?” asked Sacha Labourey, CEO of DevOps automation platform maker CloudBees, speaking with The New Stack. “Where do you think your differentiation will come from? I’ll be a bit sarcastic here, because…
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Trigonometry, Random Numbers and More With Built-in PHP Math Functions

Trigonometry, Random Numbers and More With Built-in PHP Math Functions Basic maths is used a lot during programming. We need to frequently compare, add, multiply, subtract and divide different values when writing code.  Sometimes, the maths required in a program can be more involved. You might need to work with…
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The Internet of Things Needs an Infusion of Web Technologies

The Internet of Things Needs an Infusion of Web Technologies Despite being a potential $11 trillion industry, Internet of Things (IoT) growth appears to be stuck in neutral. And while there are many problems with IoT that hold it back, one of the chief blocks is the complicated, fringe technology…
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0-0x Getting Started With JavaScript Bundling

Getting Started With JavaScript Bundling Integrating a build process into your web workflow for the first time is scary stuff. I’d like to give a conceptual overview of packaging JS in general. Start with “why to do it” then discuss “basic builds” to concat and minify compared with “intelligent bundling”…
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How to Build Medium’s Real-Time Applause Feature with Angular and Pusher

How to Build Medium’s Real-Time Applause Feature with Angular and Pusher In this article you’ll learn how to code real-time Angular apps with Pusher. We’ll make an app that gives real-time feedback when a post is clicked—just like Medium’s applause feature! What is Pusher? Pusher is a service that provides…
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The Challenges of Monitoring Kubernetes and OpenShift

The Challenges of Monitoring Kubernetes and OpenShift AppDynamics sponsored this post. Sasha Jeltuhin Sasha is a manager of technical sales enablement at AppDynamics, charged with helping internal sales and partners better leverage AppDynamics products in the context of hybrid clouds and container technologies. Prior to AppDynamics, Sasha served as CTO…
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Mini Battle Robot – Computerphile

Mini Battle Robot – Computerphile Ian Hayles shows us Reach Robotics’ Mekamon battle robot. Electromagnetic Field is a non-profit UK camping festival for those with an inquisitive mind or an interest in making things: hackers, artists, geeks, crafters, scientists, and engineers. https://ift.tt/1aX3XdN Tweets by computer_phile This video was filmed and…
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3D Light Cube – Computerphile

3D Light Cube – Computerphile Lorraine Underwood created this 3D light cube and shows it around the UK and Ireland Electromagnetic Field is a non-profit UK camping festival for those with an inquisitive mind or an interest in making things: hackers, artists, geeks, crafters, scientists, and engineers. https://ift.tt/1aX3XdN Tweets by…
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Cloud Native DevOps Offers the Vision of a New Organization

Cloud Native DevOps Offers the Vision of a New Organization CloudBees sponsored this podcast. The appeal of DevOps, to a growing number of businesses, comes from a very simple observation: It begins with two business units, and at the end, there appears to emerge one, or something closer to one.…
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Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Outputs, Inputs and Process

Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Outputs, Inputs and Process Dennis, my old boss at Intermedia, was a down-to-Earth guy. He knew how to organize projects and subtly play the politics to get things done. I was his business analyst and helped him manage our departmental requirements and the interaction between our clients and…
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C++ Development with Visual Studio Code (2018) If you’re looking for a fast and lightweight code editor, Visual Studio Code has you covered. Come get an overview of Visual Studio Code along with the C++ extension that enables editing, building, and debugging your C++ code across Windows, Mac, and Linux.…
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Red Hat Ansible Network Automation Updates

Red Hat Ansible Network Automation Updates With the recent success of the largest AnsibleFest to date I wanted to take a minute to reflect with a network automation perspective on the colossal enhancements the engineering team at Red Hat has done for the Ansible Engine 2.6 release, the Ansible Tower…
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