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Android Things: Android Internet of things tutorial

Android Internet of things called Android Things is the new OS announced by Google. This is an Android-based OS for Internet of things (IoT). If you are new to IoT, give a look at my article about what is IoT.  As the name Android Things implies, it is a modified version of Android OS that runs on our smartphones. This ...

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Top 10 JavaCodeGeeks posts for 2016

Hello fellow geeks! 2016 is coming to its end and the new year is just around the corner! This has been again a massive year for Java and Java Code Geeks. Our community continues to grow and improve, offering top-notch programming content to developers all over the world. Thank you for your support on achieving this great milestone! Our insiders ...

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Carrying Worlds Within Worlds in Your Android Device

Smartphones (and, because of their size, to a lesser extent, tablets) are something that very few futurists or science fiction writers saw coming: most of the benefits of an advanced personal computer but in something so small you can carry it with you wherever you go. Mobile phones have rapidly evolved from bulky, ineffective portable phones, exclusively for the use ...

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Adding microbenchmarking to your build process

Introduction As an industry, we are adopting higher transparent and more predictable build processes in order to reduce the risks in building software.  One of the core principles of Continuous Delivery is to gather feedback via Feedback Loops.  At Dev9, we have adopted a ” first to know” principle that aligns with the CD principle which means that we (the dev team) ...

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Practical Reactor operations – Retrieve Details of a Cloud Foundry Application

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CF-Java-Client is a library which enables programatic access to a Cloud Foundry Cloud Controller API. It is built on top of Project Reactor, an implementation of Reactive Streams specification and it is a fun exercise using this library to do something practical in a Cloud Foundry environment. Consider a sample use case – Given an application id I need to find a little more ...

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Multilayer Perceptron Predictions Exposed

Learning Deep Learning Currently, I learn Deep Learning fundamentals with the help of Jason Brownlee’s Deep Learning with Python book. It provides good practical coverage of building various types of deep learning networks such CNN, RNN etc. Running each model in the book is accompanied with providing various metrics, for instance, accuracy of the model. But accuracy does not provide a real ...

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Serverless FaaS with AWS Lambda and Java

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What is Serverless Architecture? Serverless architecture runs custom code in ephemeral containers that are fully managed by a 3rd party. The custom code is typically a small part of a complete application. It is also called as function. This gives another name for serverless architecture as Function as a Service (FaaS). The container is ephemeral because it may only last for one invocation. The container may ...

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