Geek Reading: Spatial Computing, Clojure Libraries, and Spring Batch
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Starting our day we have Scobleizer writing again! Today we get an excellent post on spatial computing and what Apple and Tim Cook need to do. Ted Neward writes about the value of failure. In particular, he talks about what you can learn from failing over the years. Janelle Quibuyen gives us a great post about the “pursue your passion” idea being bullshit. Janelle just has a very honest opinion about what it means to go out on your own.
As always, enjoy today’s items, and please participate in the discussions on these sites.
- Spatial Computing: why Tim Cook better worry | Scobleizer
Startups, Career, and Process
- The Value of Failure | Ted Neward’s Blog
- Why I Deferred Harvard to Work Full Time at a Startup | DZone Agile
- Quitting Your Job to Pursue Your Passion is Bullshit | Janelle Quibuyen
Design and Development
- The Top 100 Clojure Libraries in 2016 | Java Code Geeks
- The real responsive design challenge? RSS. | begriffs
- The Rust Community | Suspect Semantics
- Who Should Be Afraid of Agile Testing? | DZone Agile
- Build a new Web Application from scratch using Spring boot, Thymeleaf, AngularJS – Part 3 | Java Code Geeks
- Spring Batch Exception Handling Example | Java Code Geeks
- Read YAML in Java with Jackson | DZone Java
- Is Reactive Programming the Holy Grail? | DZone Integration
- How Dependency Injection (DI) Works In Spring Java Application Development | DZone Java
- Why Microservices Should Be Event Driven: Autonomy vs. Authority | DZone Integration
- Poor man’s generics in Golang (Go) [or pick your poison] | Deja Vu
- OCaml mimicry in Java | Vena Engineering
- Best Friends: C++11 Move Semantics and Pimpl | Embedded Use
- Mobile UX Design: The Right Ways to Ask Users for Permissions | UX Planet
- Beyond Memory Safety With Types | InsanityBit
Concurrency, Performance, and Scalability
- Go and Quasar: A Comparison of Style and Performance | DZone Java
AI, Machine Learning, Research, and Advanced Algorithms
- Linear Regression | EFavDB
- Use Keras Deep Learning Models with Scikit-Learn in Python | Machine Learning Mastery
Big Data, Visualization, SQL, and NoSQL
- How to Create a Network Graph Visualization of Reddit Subreddits | Max Woolf
- Correlated Subqueries are Evil and Slow. Or are They? | Java Code Geeks
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