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Geek Reading: Week of July 13, 2016

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Geek Reading: Week of July 13, 2016

This week's Geek Reading list presented by Robert Diana, including articles on design and development, concurrency and performance, security and encryption.

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Kubernetes starts our day with a post about Minikube, their way to run Kubernetes locally. It is not entirely standalone since it requires VirtualBox, but at least it's a step in the right direction. With the morning paper, we get an excellent introduction into Goods, Google’s tool for organizing datasets. This is one of those products that only appears when you get enough smart people working on a bunch of different things, but they all run into a similar problem. On Machine Learning Mastery, we have a post about feature selection for machine learning in Weka. Besides data preparation, feature selection is one of the harder elements of machine learning.

As always, enjoy today’s items, and please participate in the discussions on these sites.

Startups, Career and Process

Design and Development

Concurrency, Performance and Scalability

AI, Machine Learning, Research and Advanced Algorithms

Big Data, Visualization, SQL and NoSQL

Infrastructure, Operations and DevOps

Security, Encryption and Cryptography

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