What we learned from our first foray into Machine Learning
It seems that there is no limit to human ingenuity when it comes to working around limitations within one's environment.
SQLite is a self-contained, serverless SQL database. Dr. Richard Hipp, the creator of SQLite, first released the software on the 17th of August, 2000. Since then it has gone on to be the second most deployed piece of software in the world.
Seasoned programmers are familiar with concurrency building blocks like mutexes, semaphores, and condition variables. But what makes them work? How do we write concurrent code when we can’t use them, like when we’re working below the operatingsystem in an embedded environment, or when we can’t block due to hard time constraints?
The Android operating system provides a strong foundation for building apps that run well on a wide range of devices and form factors.
ASP.NET is one of the most successful web application development frameworks by Microsoft. With every update, new and extended features are added that help developers deploy highly scalable and high-performance web applications.
In this article we are going to learn the basic features of TypeScript through practical examples. We'll start with a small introduction to TypeScript, then we are going to create a TypeScript project and use its features to learn the language in practice.
Technology and connected devices are present in our homes, our workplaces, our cars, and our hospitals. They’re everywhere. This makes QA professionals and DevOps teams’ job more challenging than ever. With this in mind, many teams make it their mission to build a robust and sustainable product without becoming a casualty of poor processes.