(Marcin Policht) Public cloud offers a wide range of benefits, including scalability, agility, and on-demand resource provisioning. While these benefits apply to majority of cloud services, they are most apparent in the context of serverless computing.
(Kesha Williams) Amazon’s DJL is a deep learning toolkit used to develop machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) models natively in Java while simplifying the use of deep learning frameworks. A toolkit open-sourced just in time for re:Invent 2019, DJL provides a set of high-level APIs to train,
(Joe Pluta) As business programmers, we spend most of our time working with the database, one way or another. Unless we’re lucky enough to be in on the ground floor of a new installation of a modern package, chances are that database will require modifications to support changing business requiremen
(Mike Brind) This is the third article in a series that explores various aspects of localisation in ASP.NET Core Razor Pages applications. The first article looked at how to work with cultures, and the second covered the basics of using resource files for static content translations.
A Quantum Random Number Generator for .NET: The quantum measurement problem and many-worlds approach
(Andrew Lock) I’ve been listening to a lot of Sean Carroll’s Mindscape podcast recently, and in a recent episode with Rob Reid he discussed the Everettian or “many-worlds” approach to explaining the measurement problem in quantum mechanics.
(Javier Estrada Benavides) Anomaly detection is perhaps one of the hottest sub-topics in Analytics and Data Science. There are many ways to begin with these fields of study, and one of the first steps that both disciplines have in common is to know your data, and we can’t stress it enough.
(Jeremy Bytes) When taking a closer look at C# 8 interfaces, we come across static members. Last time we looked at using static fields and methods in an interface. But things get stranger. An interface can have a “static Main” method, which means that this is a valid application:
(Ben Nadel) At work, we use Loggly as our log aggregator. Loggly has great search functionality; but, it has a host of user experience (UX) problems. Over the years, I’ve been trying to improve the UX of Loggly on my end with Bookmarklets, which has been a life-saver.
(Peter Vogel) Defining your gRPC service using the Protocol Buffers specification is pretty easy. There are just a couple of things to be aware of as you convert from the specification to .NET Core and then manage your service’s evolution.
(mortensi) At times, when playing with different InnoDB Clusters for testing (I usually deploy all Group Replication instances on the same host on different ports) I find myself stopping the group and doing operations on every instance (e.g. a static reconfiguration).