Geek Reading April 10, 2015
Geek Reading April 10, 2015
More analysis on some research leads today’s articles. First Round Review discusses what they wish they knew when building data products.
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More analysis on some research leads today’s articles. On Conversation Agent, Valeria Maltoni talks about the Adobe report and how culture is driving trends. First Round Review discusses what they wish they knew when building data products. In the *aaS section, Amazon announced multiple things, including a machine learning product and elastic file system.
As always, enjoy today’s items, and please participate in the discussions on these sites.
- Culture Drives 2015 Digital Trends: Making the Adobe Report Actionable | Conversation Agent – Valeria Maltoni
- Everything We Wish We’d Known About Building Data Products | First Round Review
- Pippo – Micro Java Web Framework | DZone
- Bootstrap Responsive Grid for Desktop and Mobile | Javalobby
- Adopting Microservices: Getting Started with Implementation | Javalobby
- Why is APM Important? | Javalobby
- Testing in Swift with Jeff Hui (Video) | realm
- Thin Vertical Slices of Value | Java Code Geeks
- How to close a running process’s socket | jes’s blog
- Golang custom transports and timeouts | BiasedBit
Concurrency, Performance and Scalability
- Optimizing Java CMS garbage collections, its difficulties, and using JTune as a solution | LinkedIn Engineering
AI, Machine Learning, Research and Advanced Algorithms
- Learning a Personalized Homepage | The Netflix Tech Blog
- Machine Learning 201: Does Balancing Classes Improve Classifier Performance? | KD Nuggets
- Amazon Machine Learning – Make Data-Driven Decisions at Scale | AWS Official Blog
- R: Snakes and ladders markov chain | Mark Needham
Big Data, Visualization, SQL and NoSQL
- A tall graphic to show Mt. Everest scale | Flowing Data
- The Cost of Not Properly Managing Your Databases | Javalobby
- How does Hibernate store second-level cache entries | Vlad Mihalcea
- Triggers in Neo4j | Javalobby
Security, Encryption and Cryptography
IaaS, PaaS, Saas and *aas
- Nasdaq’s Architecture using Amazon EMR and Amazon S3 for Ad Hoc Access to a Massive Data Set | Amazon AWS
- Amazon Elastic File System – Shared File Storage for Amazon EC2 | AWS Official Blog
- Dew Drop – April 9, 2015 (#1990) | Morning Dew
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