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DPL Reading List – June 15, 2018

DPL Reading List – June 15, 2018

Here are some of the articles we found this week. The Difference Between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning – “We’re all familiar with the term “Artificial Intelligence.” After all, it’s been a popular focus in movies such as The Terminator,...

DPL Reading List – June 8, 2018

DPL Reading List – June 8, 2018

Become a More Productive Learner – “Today we consume five times more information every day than we did in 1986, an incredible amount that’s equivalent to a 174 newspapers…a day. That probably includes a lot of Instagram posts, but it’s not only social media. The...

DPL Education – Adding Product Search

DPL Education – Adding Product Search

Search is an essential part of any e-commerce application. If you don’t believe me, go to amazon.com. How hard is it to find the search box? Pretty easy, right? If search is essential, we need to make it work pretty well in our applications. Our Software Design and...

DPL Reading List – June 1, 2018

DPL Reading List – June 1, 2018

Here are some of the articles we found this week. Automation Will Make Lifelong Learning a Necessary Part of Work - “With the advent of AI, basic cognitive skills, such as reading and basic numeracy, will not suffice for many jobs, while demand for advanced...

Getting Started with Swagger API

Getting Started with Swagger API

Years ago, we had something called ASMX web services. While I wouldn't want to go back to those, they did have some advantages over the current way many APIs are created. Back in the ASMX days, you got a pretty well-defined contract for interacting with web services....

DPL Reading List – May 25, 2018

DPL Reading List – May 25, 2018

Here are some of the articles we found this week. After Meltdown and Spectre, Another Scary Chip Flaw Emerges – “Microsoft says that the risk to users from this bug is "low," and Intel notes that there is no evidence that the flaw is already being used by hackers....