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January, 2019

January 31, 2019  7:49 PM

Compare, contrast your image recognition tool options

YanaYel1na Profile: YanaYel1na

If you've been presented with an opportunity to work with machine learning tools with advanced image recognition functionality, you'd be wise not to pass it up, even if you’re new to this technology. An array of high-profile tech giants have developed their image recognition tools for developer...

January 31, 2019  7:08 PM

Step-by-step guide: How to install Git on Windows desktop computers

cameronmcnz Cameron McKenzie Profile: cameronmcnz

As distributed version control systems continue to supplant centralized systems like Subversion and CVS, more and more developers have made the move toward SaaS-based version control platforms such as GitHub, GitLab and BitBucket. Of course, these are all Git based systems, which means developers...

January 10, 2019  5:48 PM

Why developers don’t stay in management for IT career change

BobReselman BobReselman Profile: BobReselman

There’s a saying in the life insurance industry that goes like this: "The minute you become successful your first inclination is to stop doing all the things that made you successful. You stop making the phone calls, you stop scheduling the sit downs." This dynamic isn't confined...

January 9, 2019  7:59 PM

How your team will benefit when you hire a full stack developer

charlesdearing Profile: charlesdearing

Full stack developers are some of the best developers on the market. They understand every layer of software from the back-end to the front-end. Full stack developers have a hand in every development stage, from database implementation to the finishing touches on front-end layout. Great full...

January 6, 2019  8:27 PM

How Atomist’s Rod Johnson works with pull requests

George Lawton Profile: George Lawton

Pull requests play an important role in any large software development project. They facilitate efficient code review, reduce bugs, track progress, and help coordinate a shared understanding of large code bases. Some type of pull request mechanism is built into every...

January 1, 2019  3:16 PM

How to use Java’s functional Consumer interface example

cameronmcnz Cameron McKenzie Profile: cameronmcnz

Quite often a Java Stream or other component needs an object passed to it in order to perform some type of calculation or process, but when the process is complete, nothing gets returned from the method. This is where Java's functional Consumer interface comes in handy. According to the JavaDoc,...

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