(Ben Nadel) As I wrote about back in January, we were having some performance issues in one of our Lucee CFML services.
(James McCaffrey) PyTorch is a Python language code library that can be used to create deep neural networks. The fundamental object in PyTorch is called a tensor. A tensor is essentially an n-dimensional array that can be processed using either a CPU or a GPU.
(Abhijit Jana) We can exclude Work Item types in Azure DevOps projects by enabling or disabling them based on the business need. For any Azure DevOps Project. You can keep only work item types which makes sense for your project, and rest you can exclude from the project by hiding them.
(Jon P Smith) This article gives an “under the hood” view of what happens when EF Core reads in data from a database. I look at two types of database read: a normal query and a query that contains the AsNoTracking method in it.
(Ben Nadel) The other day, I wrote about how the canonicalize() function decodes strings that look like HTML entities in Lucee 5. This feature of the function will inadvertently corrupt a URL that is being sanitized.
(Christian Nagel) In older solutions I’ve created a service that returns all the different configurations used by different projects in a solution, e.g. URLs to APIs, connection strings, and more. Now with Azure App Configuration a service is offered by Microsoft Azure that makes this easy a lot eas
(Rick Strahl) Ran into an AdSense problem today with one of my older Web sites. On this Message Board site I maintain, content is split into two split containers that span the height of the page and provide their own customized scrollbars for each ‘pane’.
(James McCaffrey) Although it’s possible to create a neural network using raw code, in most cases a better approach is to use a neural network code library. One of the most widely used neural code libraries is PyTorch.
In this article, we’re going to cover how to set up and manage multiple environments in ASP.NET Core. If we expect our project to become large and complex, it is a good idea for us to separate our environments.
(Mike Brind) Tabbed interfaces are a great way for managing the presentation of large amounts of information into separate panels, where each panel’s data makes sense on its own, and only one panel is viewable at a time.