Data Science for Developers Webinar

What exactly is data science?  How does one become a Data Scientist? Data Scientist has been labelled by the Harvard Business Review, as “the sexiest job of the 21st century.” A quick search of job search sites reveal that this field is in high demand. However, no one can agree on a common definition of…
Node Docker

Containerize a Node App in 5 Minutes

Node and Docker are a match made in heaven because the strengths of Node play to the strengths of Docker. Node microservices typically are built on top of the Express web server which can be configured with “just enough” server and run an application. Additionally, the Node package manager, NPM, makes installing and running Node…

Data Science for Developers

What exactly is data science?  How does one become a Data Scientist? In this webinar, you will learn how software engineers can prepare for the new age of data. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session with Frank La Vigne. The following are some useful links about Data Science: http://playground.tensorflow.org www.franksworld.com www.datadriven.tv https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWN3xxRkmTPmbKwht9FuE5A

Creating Web Apps for Your Machine Learning Models with Dash

In the last post, we created APIs for our machine learning models so they could be deployed and clients could invoke them. However, what if you just wanted a simple web page that included interactive and attractive graphs? That’s where Dash comes to the rescue. Dash is similar to Shiny, a framework to build interactive…

Getting Started with Angular 5

This webinar will explore the essentials of building components, templates, data binding, and handling events. If you are looking to jump start your Angular 5 development this webinar is for you. Click here to get the demo code from the webinar.  In this recorded Wintellect webinar you will learn: Brief overview of Angular 5 How…

DevOps News From Connect(); 2017

The Microsoft Connect(); 2017 online event is nearly over, and so far we’ve heard lots of exciting news from Microsoft about Azure and changes to improve their support for DevOps.  In fact, DevOps has been a big part of the theme this year. So let’s recap some of the announcements that have been made… Azure…

Using SSH with Visual Studio Team Services

In April 2016, Visual Studio Team Services introduced support for using SSH to connect to Git repositories. Over the summer of 2017, Microsoft made a number of improvements to reduce latency and improve performance for Git connections. These changes take advantage of Azure Traffic Manager to route the traffic over the Azure Global Network. According…

Creating a Machine Learning Web API with Flask

In our previous post, we went over how to create a simple linear regression model with scikit-learn and how to use it to make predictions. But, that’s not very useful for anyone other than the creator of the model since it’s only available on their machine. In this post, we’ll go over how to use…
swarm vs kubernetes

Why “Kubernetes vs. Swarm” is the Wrong Question

Kubernetes is getting a lot of attention these days. The container industry has coalesced around Kubernetes. And for this reason, many people are giving eulogies for Docker Swarm. While Kubernetes is incredibly popular, the dominance of Kubernetes does not imply the death of Swarm. These two systems do have overlap, but they approach a similar…

Looking for top Azure Architects and DevOps Gurus to join our team

Like to help companies build great DevOps practices? Passionate about the cloud and really good at thinking on your feet? Do you want to work with one of the world’s top Microsoft Gold Cloud and Gold DevOps Partners? If this seems exciting, and you want to be among the best of the best, working alongside…
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