In order to publish a chart from pivotal trackers api I needed an api service to get the data I needed for my website. With my Visual Studio Enterprise Subscription I created an azure functions and an app service quickly and pleasantly without the fuss of setting up a whole server.
As part of the machine learning course from Udacity I attempt to understand how different supervised learning algorithms work for machine learning.
Alan discusses working on the udacity 120 machine learning course and understanding what it means to use naive bayes and support vector machines
I found a simple way to get https setup on my blog which only took about an hour to do.
I tried to parse a 2GB file of new line delimited JSON with Python then determined if I could parse it faster in Rust.
My company had a mini conference where I had the opportunity to speak on a couple topics I am interested in.
Much of the web is now a combination of static and dynamic data. I show how to use PhantomJS to render HTML for us.
On the eve of KubeCon North America 2020, I am reflecting on my journey to become a platform product owner. I am grateful and amazed my team created a working alpha version of this internal developer platform in only three months. While I thought adapting to a Microsoft Software Development shop would be a challenge it ended up offering the greatest opportunity to work with talented people to create a product that will supercharge development at a reasonable price.
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