The Jamstack is more of an architecture or methodology for building web applications than a prescriptive stack of technologies. Jamstack was formed in response to dynamic web page development that many felt had become cumbersome, slow and insecure. The Jamstack architecture offers a number of benefits including page speed, security and cost.
In this video, we join Christian in his live coding challenge of refactoring the famous Gilded Rose Kata.
In this extensive coding session, Carl Gold–chief data scientist at Zuora Inc.–explains why fighting churn is all about targeted interventions.
In this video, seasoned IT professional Richard Nuckolls dives into writing and running Azure Data Lake Analytics jobs.
In this video, we join Nuwan Dias in securing service-to-service interactions over gRPS and Kafka.
In this video, machine learning expert Eli Stevens showcases how to use open-source libraries that are available in the PyTorch ecosystem to cut down the amount of the code that you want to write.
From Machine Learning Bookcamp by Alexey Grigorev
In this series, we cover model deployment: the process of putting models to use. In particular, we’ll see how to package a model inside a web service, allowing other services to use it. We also show how to deploy the web service to a production-ready environment.
From Machine Learning with TensorFlow, Second Edition by Chris Mattmann This article covers: Building sentiment classifier using logistic regression and with softmax Measuring classification accuracy Computing ROC curve and measure classifier effectiveness Submitting your results to the Kaggle challenge for… Continue Reading →