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Written by Dhananjay Kumar for Infragistics blog.
These days, it seems like everyone is talking about AngularJS and ASP.NET MVC. So in this post we will learn how to combine the best of both worlds and use the goodness of AngularJS in ASP.NET MVC by demonstrating how to use AngularJS in an ASP.NET MVC application.
Leading off today we have Amazon AWS announcing Educate, their program for students and educators. This is just a really cool idea and a great way to get buy-in early. Another great read is about the bunny theory of code at NCZOnline. The moral of the story is if you commit some code, you should expect that it will start to appear in other sections of code as well.
As always, enjoy today’s...
[This article was written by Gareth Llewellyn]
In Feburary I wrote to my MP Rob Wilson about David Cameron’s comments regarding encryption. Some months later I received a reply from James Brokenshire who at the time was(and possibly still is) the Immigration and Security Minister.
Ever since we repositioned Plumbr to be used for JVM monitoring instead of troubleshooting, we have been receiving requests to expand the functionality and start tracking other performance bottlenecks. During the past months we have been working on the next major product update in this regard and are now ready to surface the results.
Do you test? Do you want to test? For many operations and build/release engineers (and even some developers!), testing can be a bit of a foreign concept. It’s hard to pay attention to getting to 100% code coverage on your unit tests for your infrastructure cookbooks and manifests when the infrastructure is on fire! But… maybe that’s why it’s on fire? For this episode, Mike McGarr walks us...
When debugging R code, given my Java background, I often find myself trying to print out the state of variables along with an appropriate piece of text like this:
names = c(1,2,3,4,5,6)
> print("names: " + names)
Error in "names: " + names : non-numeric argument to binary operator
We might try this next:
> print("names: ", names)
 "names: "
which doesn’t actually print the...
Generations of math teachers have drilled into their students that they must reduce fractions. That serves some purpose in the early years, but somewhere along the way students need to learn reducing fractions is not only unnecessary, but can be bad for communication. For example, if the fraction 45/365 comes up in the discussion of something that happened 45 days in a year, the fraction 45/365...
In my last blog post I showed how to derive posterior probabilities for the Think Bayes dice problem:
Suppose I have a box of dice that contains a 4-sided die, a 6-sided die, an 8-sided die, a 12-sided die, and a 20-sided die. If you have ever played Dungeons & Dragons, you know what I am talking about.
Suppose I select a die from the box at random, roll it, and get a 6.
What is the...
One of the more interesting trends of the last few years has been the opening up of vast swathes of data for innovators to start hacking away and trying to come up with creative solutions.
The latest organization to go down this route is the US space agency NASA, who have opened a new open data portal.
At the moment there are around 10,000 data sets available on the portal, each of which has...
Written by John Hammink for Treasure Data.As a data scientist, or anyone interested in collecting data for that matter, it’s no doubt helpful to know about how to go about collecting the data in your app – data that you’ll want to later query and analyze.
Here, we’ll build an app in Python from A-Z, iterate on it to make it...
[This article was written by Robert Castley]The very heart of the web performance monitoring industry to is help ensure quality of service of online systems. A vital part of achieving that goal is a robust alerting system that informs you of the widest possible variety of conditions, including:
The very heart of the web performance...
I was humbled and encouraged to learn that I was nominated for Nordic Startup Awards
category of Developer Hero for my contributions to the developer
community. You can vote for me or one of the other great candidates here.
For the last ten years, I have felt that the main pain points of the
software development world could be fixed by empowering and inspiring
those who do the work. From my...
This article represents tips on how to write documentation for APIs
which are going to be published to developers, both internal and
external. It touches upon some of the important areas/points that needed
to be included in API documentation such that developers find it easy
enough to work with APIs. Please feel free to comment/suggest if I
missed to mention one or more important...