While initial coin offerings aren’t prohibited in the US like they are in China and South Korea, authorities are still keeping a close eye on them. Case in point: the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s first ICO-related charges brought against a…Read more
GUEST: Blade Runner 2049, the sequel to the classic Blade Runner, will be in theaters soon. I canâ€™t wait, because the original was not only a technological tour de forceÂ when it was released in 1982, it also offered a critical perspective on the future of robots, artificial intelligence, and our possibly dystopian future. Blade Runner explored […]Read more
Have you ever looked at the code that you had written a couple of months ago and asked yourself: â€œWho could leave such a mess here?â€� Have you ever been so lazy that you didnâ€™t think of what accessors/mutators you need, simply hitting â€œGenerate getters and settersâ€� for your entity in your IDE? Or maybe you have used Lombok’s
@Setter annotations to get the same effect?
Yep, just as I thought!Read more
Usually, your application will persist of a set of queries on ArangoDB for one scenario (e.g. displaying your user’s account information, etc.). When you want to make your application scale, you’d fire requests on it, and see how it behaves. Dependin…Read more
I believe that the debate of mobile testing on real devices vs. emulators is one of the oldest and most emotional debates in the mobile space over recent years.
In this blog, I would like to try and make “peace” between the parties who are in favor of each.Read more
The FTP connector is used in MuleSoft to read, write, and perform all file operations, but there is a problem with the FTP connector that it only reads from FTP if it is put in the source (triggering point of flow) of the flow. But in a …Read more
Computer science is continuously evolving. To be successful in this business, we have to stay on track with the newest technologies. Here is a list of my recommended tutorials I read in the last few weeks.
Have patience and persistence. Think beyond …Read more
Be sure to check out Part 1 here first!
This one is interesting and has bitten me in the past when I erroneously assumed that a given database, I could do it.
The demand for stream processing is increasing a lot these days. The reason is that often, processing big volumes of data is not enough.
Data has to be processed fast so that a firm can react to changing business conditions in real-time.
As discussed in my earlier article, sending recommendations to users buying anything is very crucial. And if set up and configured properly, it can significantly boost revenues, CTRs, conversions, and other important metrics. Moreover, they can have positive effects on the user experience, as well, which translates into metrics that are harder to measure but are nonetheless of much importance to online businesses, such as customer satisfaction and retention.
Letâ€™s consider an example to better understand the concept of a recommendation engine. If I am not wrong, almost all of you must have used Amazon for shopping. And just so you know, 35% of Amazon.comâ€™s revenue is generated by its recommendation engine. So whatâ€™s their strategy?Read more