The course is designed for engineers and data scientists who have some familiarity with Scala, Apache Spark, and machine learning who need to process large natural language text in a distributed fashion.We will use sample of posts from the subreddit /r/WritingPrompts, which contains short stories and comments about the short stories.The course has four parts1. Building a natural language processing and entity extraction pipeline on Scala & Spark2.
In this video training, Josh Long and Phil Webb demonstrate how and why Spring and Spring Boot offer the best way to build modern microservice systems. They look at the technologies and use-cases common to cloud-native microservice style applications as part of a larger framework, and then specifically address microservice implementation patterns.
Your perfect guide to building interesting and useful apps with the iOS 10 SDK using Swift
Azure Mobile Apps makes it easier to build rich mobile apps that support authentication, authorization, offline operation, push notifications, and more. It supports popular mobile operating systems such as iOS, Android, and Windows, and can even be used with Xamarin, HTML5, and Cordova. Ready to build the next great mobile app? Let Azure Mobile Apps do the hard work for you!
Create stunning web pages with intricate designs for mobiles and the web using Bootstrap.
If you take a good look inside a few houses, you'll find all types of drawers – each with its own style and functionality. There are dozens of ways to build drawers too - all requiring their own special strategies and techniques. In this new DVD on Building Drawers, master woodworker Andy Rae shows you precisely how to build a wide range of attractive, sturdy drawers that will work flawlessly for years.
This course teaches you how to build microservice systems hosted with Kubernetes. It's intended for intermediate to advanced developers or DevOps engineers who have problems they think Kubernetes will solve, but are not sure about the best way to move forward. Participants should have some experience working on web applications as this is not a course on the basics of web hosting.