Subject

Programming

Define, assign, and call a function

From Get Programming with JavaScript
Define, assign and call a function

Getting to Know Your System: Identifying Hardware

By Steven Ovadia

In this article, excerpted from Learn Linux in a Month of Lunches, I talk about how to find and fix a hardware problem on a laptop using Linux.

Failover and Takeover in the Erlang VM

From The Little Elixir & OTP Guidebook
Failover and Takeover in the Erlang VM

Merging two Binary Search Trees

From Functional Programming in Java
Merging two Binary Search Trees

Integers wrap around because the last 1 that was carried has nowhere to go.

From Learn Go
Integers wrap around because the last 1 that was carried has nowhere to go

Binary addition is like ordinary decimal addition, except with only 0’s and 1’s.

From Learn Go
Binary addition is like ordinary decimal addition, except with only 0's and 1's.

The Fan Out Pattern in Go

From Go in Practice
The Fan Out Pattern in Go

What is OAuth 2.0 and why should you care?

By Justin Richer and Antonio Sanso

In this article, excerpted from OAuth 2 in Action, we’ll introduce you to OAuth 2.0 and talk about why it’s important.

Real-World Machine Learning: Pre-processing data for modeling

By Henrik Brink, Joseph W. Richards, and Mark Fetherolf

In this article, excerpted from Real-World Maching Learning, we will look at a few of the most common data pre-processing steps needed for real-world machine learning.

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)

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