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- Top-down approach to Machine Learning (Updated 2019)
Machine Learning (ML) has some hefty gravitational force in the Software development world at the moment. But what exactly is it? In this post I’ll take a top-down approach attempting to make it crystal clear, what it is, and what it can be used for in the real world. Machine Learning is a branch of Artificial Intelligence. Fundamentally it is Software that works like our brain, learning from information (data), then applying it to make smart decisions.
- 7 Best Courses to Learn Artificial Intelligence in 2019
Artificial Intelligence is one of the most emerging fields in Computer Science in 2019. With this comes lots of noise from large companies, media, education sectors - all to sell their own Artificial Intelligence course. In this article, all the b*llshit courses are stripped away and we will focus on the 7 best courses available in 2019, giving you the best chance to become an expert in Artificial Intelligence. Firstly, yes you can learn Artificial Intelligence.
- How to Perform an Easy AWS Lift-and-Shift
Intro to cloud migration Cloud migration is the process of moving data and applications from a traditional server set-up, such as a data center, to a cloud-based set-up. The complexity and speed of the process depend on the type and number of applications to be moved as well as how they are migrated. This migration is done in an effort to reduce cost, increase performance, and to take advantage of other benefits of cloud platforms like resiliency, scalability, or innovation.
- Top 3 Best Python Books You Should Read in 2019
We have reviewed the top 3 best Python programming books in 2019. Python is one of the most commonly used programming languages in today’s developing world. These books provide quality content for you to upgrade your python skills to the next level. These books are great for anyone with an interest in Python programming.
1. Learning Python Learning Python is the best beginner book, helping you to write effecient, maintainable, high-quality python code.
- 5 Best Programming Books for Beginners and Experts in 2019
1. Introduction to Algorithms (The MIT Press)
Introduction to Algorithms (The MIT Press) is not just an “Introduction”. This is a beefy book covering the most commonly used Algorithm and Data structures today. It provides full A&DS implementations, Q/A’s and extra resources. It is a very comprehensive book, and can even be used as a reference guide when programming. Many software companies, such as Google and Microsoft, screen their candidates on their knowledge of Algorithm and Data structures.
- Python 3 Functions - Learn Python Programming Tutorial
Functions What is a function? A function is a block of code used to perform a specific task. It can be a collection of many tasks strung together to perform a single task. It is a block of code which can be re-used elsewhere inside a Software application, helping to build the application, brick by brick, function by function. Python programming language provides the capabilities to build software applications using functions.
- Top 5 Best Books for Learning Python Programming
We have reviewed the top 5 best books for learning Python programming. And Let’s be honest, learning python can be hard. Python might be your first programming language, and you might be very close to throwing your computer out the window. These books will set you up for success with the Python programming language. These books are excellent for beginners to expert programmers. These books are based off trusted community reviews and provide high quality content.
- 20 of Google's Hardest Interview Questions for Software Engineers
Google is notorious for asking hard interview questions. Many Software Engineers find their coding challenges extremely difficult, taking many months to prepare their skills. Programmers stay up all night solving problems on whiteboards, training to get the chance to work at Google. Writing production code that scales to billions of users can be difficult, so they look for the brightest of minds. Here are hardest interview questions reported by Software Engineers inside their Google Interview.
- It is perfectly OK to only code at work, you can have a life too.
There is often pressure inside Software development for Software developers to code outside of work hours. Coding is considered a passion for some, but others don’t think this way. They are more than happy to not code in their spare time. This is OK.
Meetup groups, side-projects, coding quizzes, side-hustles, developing websites for friends and family. Improving your coding skills takes time, effort, discipline and sacrifice. But is it really necessary?
- Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach is the #1 Best Book for Learning AI
After analysing the 5 best books on Artificial Intelligence, it is clear that the best book in the field is definitely “Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach”, and I’ll tell you why. The amount of books being written on AI at this very moment is unfathomable, but guess what?? Most of them aren’t even actually about Artificial Intelligence! 😂
Almost all the books on AI answer these two questions…
“How do I make money off AI?