It’s not every day that a new JVM language is born unto the world, so to celebrate the arrival of Concurnas here’s a complete introduction to the programming language by creator Jason Tatton. Concurnas has modern syntax and features, is open source and has GPU computing built in, which opens up the possibility for machine learning applications. Let’s see what Concurnas can do!
The usage of web scraping is actively increasing, especially among large e-commerce companies as a way to gather data in order to compete, analyze rivals, and research new products. Web scraping is a method of extracting information from websites. In this tutorial, learn how to create a Python-based scraper. Dive into the code and see how it works.
In this article, Kamesh Sampath shows us how to master the first steps on the journey towards a serverless application. He shows how to set up the right environment and takes us through its deployment.
It can be frustrating to have a build break because of a tiny difference between development and production environments. This tutorial aims to provide you with the tools to get a truly self-contained build up and running so you can focus on what matters without worrying about external influences.
Kubernetes is most often used with Docker containers. But it’s not strictly dependent upon them. So how do they work together? This comprehensive Kubernetes guide explains it in detail. Additionally, Payara Micro is discussed – a lightweight open source platform for deploying Kubernetes in cloud environments.
Nick Lewis, Senior Software Engineer for Puppet teaches us how to deploy a TIG stack – that’s a stack with Telegraf, InfluxDB, and Grafana – using Bolt. Bolt is an automation tool that can run scripts in almost any language thanks to the plugins provided at the Puppet Forge. Let’s get stuck in!
Want to help contribute to Kubernetes but you’re not a coder? No problem! Thanks to the Non-Code Contributor’s Guide, the Kubernetes community explicitly spells out how fans can help out even if they’re still learning all that developing stuff.
Are you ready to use Google Cloud AI? This tutorial is based off a book by Arvind Ravulavaru called Google Cloud AI Services Quick Start Guide. Melisha Dsouza explains how you can utilize the power of Google Cloud AI to set up a project, installi dependencies, go through the code, and run the app.
Looking to create a popup model for Angular? In this step-by-step tutorial, Dhananjay Kumar explains how you can create a component dynamically.
How can we make building distributed systems easier? In this article, Manuel Bernhardt explores one useful tool in the Akka toolbox: Akka Cluster. Today, we’re taking a closer look at one module, Akka Distributed Data, and how it can be used to build an example reactive payment processor.
How do you start testing your apps? In part five of five, Gil Tayar concludes his series on frontend testing for beginners. In this final post, Tayar goes over visual testing and why it’s the last step in testing frontend code.
How do you start testing your apps? In the part four of five, JAX London speaker Gil Tayar explains how simple and easy integration testing in Node can be with jsdom. Like, really, really simple.
How do you start testing your apps? In the part three of five, JAX London speaker Gil Tayar introduces frontend testing for beginners, starting from what it is and why testing code is not optional.