Integrating Amazon Lex with Amazon Lambda – Instinctive Language in the Cloud

Amazon announced in a blog post on April 19 that they had made their natural language tool, Amazon Lex, generally available. First of all, Amazon Lex is – according to the Amazon website – “a service for building conversational interfaces into any application using voice and text.” Lex provides natural language understanding and speech recognition; […]
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SQL Server 2016: Cloud, Olympics and SQL Server

Welcome to the second leg of Learning Tree’s SQL Server newsletter. By the time you read this newsletter the Olympics in Rio will likely be in full swing. I’m a big sports fan and I like the Olympics. With the Olympics being the pinnacle of so many different sports all in a two-week long event […]
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Android User Interface Testing on Amazon’s Device Farm Part 2

In part 1 of this post I looked at how to create Robotium instrumentation tests for an Android application so that it could be tested on Amazon’s Device Farm. At the end of that post, we had two apk files: the application and the tests. The process of testing on the AWS device farm is […]
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What’s new in the World of Cloud Computing

Three things you need to know from the week of September 29 2014. Cisco to invest $1B into global cloud computing network Cisco Systems will invest $1 billion over two years to expand its cloud offerings. Refered to as “Intercloud” the effort will link hundreds of data centers and cloud providers around the world in […]
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What’s New?

I had the great pleasure of watching someone else teach the Introduction to Security course a week ago. Steve Bibby – an excellent instructor from the UK – taught the course and I assisted him because we had a large number of online participants (Learning Tree courses can have both in-room and online participants in […]
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