Author: odyno

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Agile data science: Evaluation and baseline model

A different point of view on how the idea of Agile is applied also in the process of understanding and evolution of AI models Agile data science: Evaluation and baseline model Infrastructure that enables rapid prototyping for model development Source: Agile data science: Evaluation and baseline model

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Machine Learning and Real-Time Analytics in Apache Kafka Applications

This article is very useful because it discuss and compare two different options for AI model deployment: model servers with remote procedure calls (RPCs), and natively embedding models into Kafka client applications. This example uses TensorFlow, but the underlying principles are also valid for other machine learning/deep learning frameworks or products, such as H2O.ai, Deeplearning4j, Google’s Cloud Machine Learning Engine,...

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Siamo al “NET MAKERS”

Lo sapevi che alle 15:00 all’interno della sezione Cloud e Servizi: Modelli, novità e casi d’uso presenteremo il caso di studio Wavefier al Workshop GARR 2019 – NET MAKERS? Stay connected Tra l’altro è possibile seguire tutti gli interessanti interventi tramite diverse piattaforme di streaming, io preferisco il comunissimo YouTube

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Is not only a “Gentle Introduction to Kubernetes”

I want to report this article because it is really a gold mine! you start from scratch, you install Python, you develop an App, you run the container, you install k8s and you get to discuss about deploying on k8s… Do you want anything else? In this story, we’re going to use learn how to deploy Kubernetes services and Ambassador...

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Micro Frontends

“Good frontend development is hard. Scaling frontend development so that many teams can work simultaneously on a large and complex product is even harder.”  This is the prelude to the very interesting article written by Cam Jackson where we propose a different method to create a scalable and complex web interface. Please read it carefully How to split up your...

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Design Patterns for Microservices

A nice article, a concise list of “Design Patterns for Microservices”, very useful as a reference and as a starting point for in-depth studies on the subject! Well done   Design Patterns for Microservices A detailed description of many design patterns for Microservices. Source: DZone or Madhuka Udantha blog

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Event Architecture

Useful event-sourcing Pattern!

A very interesting article that I find very useful! Here are shared some of the common producer models, which show how to transform a classic architecture to an Event Sourcing model. Below is the link to the complete article! In part one, we learned about how at Nordstrom we’ve been exploring and implementing event-sourcing as an architectural pattern. In part…...

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Something is changing

Have you noticed that something on the site does not work and more is new instead? That’s true! I’m trying to do something different and I’m in a creative phase. Stay tuned

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Success or Burnout? Q&A on How Personal Agility Can Help

How can you find out if you’re being successful or heading for a burnout? The only person who can really answer that question is you. A Q&A with Peter Stevens and Maria Matarelli who spoke about success or burnout and personal agility at eXperience Agile 2018. Source: Success or Burnout? Q&A on How Personal Agility Can Help