ML.NET—an open source, cross-platform, machine learning framework for .NET

One of the products Microsoft introduced at their 2018 Build conference was an open source, cross-platform machine learning framework for .NET developers. ML.NET will …allow .NET developers to develop their own models and infuse custom ML into their applications without prior expertise in developing or tuning machine learning models. Democratisation of machine learning—-i.e. enabling people […]
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Making sense of React’s different component styles

React is an unopinionated framework. It gives you a lot of flexibility to do things your own way. This flexibility can be empowering once you are familiar with the framework, but it can make it a little daunting to get started. Every piece of code you see seems to be doing things in a slightly […]
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Biometrics — Can You Afford to Lose a Finger?

Biometric authentication has been attracting a lot of attention recently. Every day you see people deftly swiping their thumbs over their phones to unlock them using fingerprint recognition. Iris scanning technology is being introduced to India’s national biometric ID system. It’s the largest such system in the world—with over a billion users—and is used to […]
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Build Your Very Own Electron Cross-Platform Desktop App Using JavaScript

Cross-platform technologies are popular right now. Microsoft seems to be embracing non-Windows OSes—e.g. porting flagship projects such as .NET and SQL Server to Linux/macOS. Most of this activity is around server and mobile technologies. Windows still has a commanding share—89% in 2016)—of the desktop, with macOS on just under 10% of desktops in the same […]
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Creating a Web Service in R

R is a powerful language and environment for statistical computing. It excels at crunching data and performing complex modeling. In application development, its strength is in creating the “back end” components. Shiny Server allows R developers to create web applications using R. It provides R functions to create pretty sophisticated user interfaces and link them […]
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