In this video, Aaron Powell demonstrates Visual Studio Code and its integrations with GitHub and Azure.
Aaron shows that VS Code provides a complete developer experience that enables you to spend more time and effort on coding and less time switching between tools. Visual Studio developers are used to this. Now, Visual Studio Code developers have this experience as well.
Professor Thorsten Altenkirch demonstrates a recursive Sudoku solver.
Engineer Man explains why he uses (and prefers) Linux.
Lex Fridman just uploaded the second part of his interview with Vladimir Vapnik.
Vladimir Vapnik is the co-inventor of support vector machines, support vector clustering, VC theory, and many foundational ideas in statistical learning. He was born in the Soviet Union, worked at the Institute of Control Sciences in Moscow, then in the US, worked at AT&T, NEC Labs, Facebook AI Research, and now is a professor at Columbia University. His work has been cited over 200,000 times. This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast.
At ReactiveConf 2019 Richard Feldman ponders what technologies and trends will dominate the web development in 2020 and 2025?
Learn how to make an Alexa Skill in this programming tutorial.
In this video, will learn how to use text and code cells to build an interactive document experience.
In addition, you’ll see some basics to edit your SQL notebook.
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Just as with the internet and the Interstate Highway System, military technology will lead the way in how IoT sensor data is collected and analyzed.
The 21st-century battlefield does not suffer from a shortage of sensors spread across soldier wearables, vehicles, drones, video cameras, spectrum, signal and radio sensors, cyber sensors and scores of other devices that comprise the Internet of Battlefield Things.
More sensors mean more data – too much data – which limits the DoD’s ability to turn that information into actionable intelligence in a timely fashion. But AI is poised to change that equation by shifting the burden from human to machine so that only the most relevant and timely data reaches those who need it.
As a Python developer, many are surprised to hear me praise the R language, I explain why in this LinkedIn Live feed.