Architecture of a Spam Filter Application

By Avi Pfeffer
A spam filter consists of two components. In this article, based on my book Practical Probabilistic Programming , first describe the architecture of the reasoning component and then the learning component architecture.

Architecture of a Spam Filter Application (PDF)

The need for classification

By Douglas G. McIlwraith, Haralambos Marmanis, and Dmitry Babenko
In this article, excerpted from Algorithms of the Intelligent Web, Second Edition , we will talk about how we use classification everywhere.

The need for classification (PDF)

A look at Netty’s primary building blocks

By Norman Maurer and Marvin Allen Wolfthal
In this article, excerpted from the book Netty in Action , we’ll discuss Netty’s primary building blocks: channels, callbacks, futures, events and handlers.

A look at Netty’s primary building blocks (PDF)

A look at how Elasticsearch is organized

By Radu Gheorghe, Matthew Lee Hinman, and Roy Russo
In this article, excerpted from Elasticsearch in Action, we explain how Elasticsearch is organized.

A look at how Elasticsearch is organized (PDF)

Reactive Extensions: What is Asynchronicity?

By Tamir Dresher
In this article, excerpted from Reactive Extensions in Action , I define asynchronicity and talk about why it’s so important to a Reactive application.

Reactive Extensions: What is Asynchronicity? (PDF)

Arquillian: Building an Archive

By Alex Soto Bueno and Jason Porter
In this article, excerpted from the book Arquilian in Action, we show you how to build a ShrinkWrap archive and add assets to it.

Arquillian: Building an Archive (PDF)

Understanding Infrastructure as Code

By Michael Wittig and Andreas Wittig
In this article, excerpted from Amazon Web Service in Action, we will explain Infrastructure as Code.

Understanding Infrastructure as Code (PDF)

What is WebDriver?

By Yujun Liang and Alex Collins
In this article, excerpted from Selenium WebDriver in Practice, we will introduce WebDriver, what it is, how it works, and reasons for choosing it.

What is WebDriver? (PDF)

Why you should care about Julia

By Chris von Csefalvay
In this article, excerpted from Learn Julia, I will give you an introduction to the Julia language.

Why you should care about Julia (PDF)

Reactive Web Applications: Working with Futures

By Manuel Bernhardt
Futures are a layer of abstraction on top of the familiar concept of callbacks. In this article, excerpted from Reactive Web Applications,I will explain why Futures help address the problem of programming in an asynchronous fashion.

Reactive Web Applications: Working with Futures (PDF)

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