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Be a Better Programmer with these 45 Mathematics Courses

The Ultimate Course and Book list to be an expert in Mathematics and Programming<p>We’re so scared of Mathematics. <b>Why?</b><p>because,<p><b>We Fear What We Don’t</b> …

Mathematics

What we Learned from running fully containerized services on Kubernetes? — Part I

Magalix is about helping companies and developers find the right balance between performance and capacity inside their kubernetes clusters. So, we …

DevOps

What to Eat and Do, Where to Stay in Lisbon and Portugal

Someone once told me to pay attention when I kept hearing about a destination from multiple people. Over the last year, that destination has been …

European Travel

10 Common Git Problems and How to Fix Them

I originally wrote this article for Codementor in October 2014. It should have something for everyone, from fairly new git users to experienced …

Is objected oriented programming paradigm outdated since it is anti-modular and anti-parallel?

I have read the controversial article Teaching FP to freshmen posted by Robert Harper who is a professor in CMU. He claimed that CMU would no longer …

Databases 101

A short time ago a colleague asked me where he could find a “Databases 101” guide for the non-technical professional. As it turns out, the internet …

Basic Statistics in Python: Descriptive Statistics

The field of statistics is often misunderstood, but it plays an essential role in our everyday lives. Statistics, done correctly, allows us to …

A Beginner’s Guide to Data Engineering — The Series Finale

From ETL Pipelines To Data Engineering Frameworks<p>At Last, The Finale<p>From <b>Part I</b>of this series, we learned that a robust data foundation is an …

Spring Tutorial for Beginners | Spring framework tutorial

Target Audience<p>This Spring tutorial is designed for Java programmers who need to understand the Spring framework and its …

Introduction to the Amazon SageMaker Neural Topic Model | Amazon Web Services

Structured and unstructured data are being generated at an unprecedented rate, so you need the right tools to help organize, search, and understand …

From startup to web scale: A gentle introduction to scaling

This post is a gentle introduction to the concepts of scaling a web service and different phases it goes through. Subsequent posts will have more …

Building A Central Logging Service In-House

Building A Central Logging Service In-HouseBuilding A Central Logging Service In-HouseAkhil Labudubariki 2018-05-30T13:30:22+02:00 …

Why you should deploy on Friday afternoon

Don't deploy on Friday afternoons!<p>This expression is taken as programmer wisdom but I hate it. I'm going to try and kill it, with words and …

Zero-Overhead Tree Processing with the Visitor Pattern

<i>Posted 2018-05-26</i><p>How To Drive Change as a Software Engineer<p>The Visitor Pattern is one of the most mis-understood of the classic design patterns. …

Semantics and complexity of GraphQL

Semantics and complexity of GraphQL Hartig & Pérez, <i>WWW’18</i>(<i>If you don’t have ACM Digital Library access, the paper can be accessed either by following</i> …

12 Frequently Asked Questions on Deep Learning (with their answers)!

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These Pics of Kate Middleton Trying to Defuse Toddler Tantrums Before They Begin Are Peak Motherhood

If you're a mom to a toddler, it doesn't matter if you're Susan down the street or the Duchess of Cambridge — toddlers can be complete assh*les sometimes. Like the rest of us, Kate Middleton certainly goes through the ebbs and flows of motherhood, but unlike the rest of us, most of her parenting is …

Prince William

JVM Architecture 101: Get to Know Your Virtual Machine

Java applications are all around us, they’re on our phones, on our tablets, and on our computers. In many programming languages, this means compiling …

Azure vs GCP part 15: Microservices

In this article, I look into microservices option between Azure and GCP.<p>According to microservices.io, it is:<p>Microservices - also known as the …

Can hashgraph succeed blockchain as the technology of choice for cryptocurrencies?

Blockchain, the underlying technology of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, could be on its way out.<p>It is blockchain technology that makes virtual …

Forget AWS Lambda, so long Kubernetes – this is the future of serverless

Forget about AWS Lambda and Kubernetes - AWS Fargate is the real future of serverless because it's containers that matter, says New Relic's Lee …

Migrating to Microservices

The road to microservices is long, winding, and contains many off-ramps to confusing interchanges. Such a journey usually opens with the team heading …

6 unusual honeymoon destinations – from joining the cowboys to sleeping in a bird’s nest

The royal wedding of Prince Harry and his bride, Meghan Markle, is causing wedding fever across the country.<p>Speculation of where the couple will …

Notes on Theory of Distributed Systems « Another Word For It

From the preface:<p>These are notes for the Spring 2014 semester version of the Yale course CPSC 465/565 Theory of Distributed Systems. This document …

Distributed Systems

You Won't Believe What a Roth IRA Can Do for You

Don't assume that annual $5,500 contributions won't amount to much. They can grow to surprising sums -- like $500,000 or more.<p>Compare the maximum …

Retirement

Methods to improve Time series forecast (including ARIMA, Holt's winter)

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Hashgraph: A Whitepaper Review

<i>Note: This is the first in a series of whitepaper reviews on blockchain and consensus, published by OpenToken. Next time, we’ll look at</i> <i>DFINITY</i><i>.</i><p>We’ve …

Citus and pg_partman: Creating a scalable time series database on Postgres

Years ago Citus used to have multiple methods for distributing data across many nodes (<i>we actually still support both today</i>), there was both …

E-mail

Cassandra and DynamoDB both origin from the same paper: Dynamo: Amazon’s Highly Available Key-value store. (By the way – it has been a very …

Databases