In this article by Anurag Shrivastava , author of Hadoop Blueprints , we will be learning how to build a text analytics system which detects the specific events from the random news headlines.
In this article by David Julian and Benjamin Baka , author of the book Python Data Structures and Algorithm , we will discern three broad approaches to algorithm design. They are as follows: Divide and conquer Greedy algorithms Dynamic programming
In this article by Kevin Ashton , the author of the book F# 4.0 Programming Cookbook , you will learn the following recipes: Working with optional values Working with tuples and pattern matching
In this article by Jaroslaw Krochmalski , author of Developing with Docker , at the beginning, Docker was created as an internal tool by a Platform as a Service company, called dotCloud. Later on, in March 2013, it was released as open source. Apart from the Docker Inc. team, which is the main sponsor, there are some other big names contributing to the tool –Red Hat, IBM, Microsoft, Google, and Cisco Systems, just to name a few. Software development today needs to be agile and react quickly to the changes. We use methodologies such as Scrum, estimate our work in story points and attend the daily stand-ups. But what about preparing our software for shipment and the deployment? Let's see how Docker fits into that scenario and can help us being agile.
In this article by Alfonso Garcia Caro Nunez and Suhaib Fahad , author of the book Mastering F# , sheds light on how writing applications that are non-blocking or reacting to events is increasingly becoming important in this cloud world we live in. A modern application needs to carry out a rich user interaction, communicate with web services, react to notifications, and so on; the execution of reactive applications is controlled by events. Asynchronous programming is characterized by many simultaneously pending reactions to internal or external events. These reactions may or may not be processed in parallel.
In this article by Fabrizio Soppelsa and Chanwit Kaewkasi , the author of Native Docker Clustering with Swarm we're now going to see how to administer a running Swarm cluster. The topics include scaling the cluster size (adding and removing nodes), updating the cluster and nodes information; handling the node status (promotion and demotion), troubleshooting, and graphical interfaces ( UI ).
In this article by Anju Bala , the author of the book Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 Financial Management - Second Edition , we will see the sales and purchase process using Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 in detail. Sales and purchases are two essential business areas in all companies. In many organizations, the salesperson or the purchase department are the ones responsible for generating quotes and orders. People from the finance area are the ones in charge of finalizing the sales and purchase processes by issuing the documents that have an accountant reflection: invoices and credit memos. In the past, most systems required someone to translate all the transactions to accountancy language, so they needed a financer to do the job. In Dynamics NAV, anyone can issue an invoice, with zero accountant knowledge needed. But a lot of companies keep their old division of labor between departments. This is why we have decided to explain the sales and purchase processes in this book. This article explains how their workflows are managed in Dynamics NAV. In this article you will learn: What is Dynamics NAV and what it can offer to your company To define the master data needed to sell and purchase How to set up your pricing policies
In this article by Robert van Mölken and Phil Wilkins , the author of the book Implementing Oracle Integration Cloud Service , where we will see creating connections which is one of the core components of an integration we can easily navigate to the Designer Portal and start creating connections.
In this article by Romain Serre , the author of Hyper-V 2016 Best Practices , we will learn about Why Hyper-V projects fail, Overview of the failover cluster, Storage Replica, Microsoft System Center, Migrating VMware virtual machines, and Upgrading single Hyper-v hosts.
In this article by Wisnu Anggoro , the author of the book, Functional C# , we are going to explore the functional programming by testing it. We will use the power of C# to construct some functional code. We will also deal with the features in C#, which are mostly used in developing functional programs. By the end of this chapter, we will have an idea how the functional approach in C# will be like. Here are the topics we will cover in this chapter: Introduction to functional programming concept Comparing between the functional and imperative approach The concepts of functional programming The advantages and disadvantages of functional programming
With the release of Spring Web Flow 2, an integration module to connect this with JavaServer Faces (JSF) has been introduced. The name of the module is Spring Faces . This article by Markus Stäuble gives the description of the configuration of the integration of Spring Web Flow 2 with JSF. We primarily learn how to enable Spring Faces support.
In this article, by Thomas Bleicher and Robin de Jongh , authors of SketchUp 2014 for Architectural Visualization , we will see some of the basics of setting up for photoreal rendering. We will look at the Thea user interface before we start exploring the features in a test scene. For this purpose, you need Thea Render and the Thea for SketchUp plugin installed (the free demo version will do for testing). As a licensed user you can also download sample materials from the Resources section of the website ( http://www.thearender.com/ ) and have access to the Materials & Texture forum where other users exchange and discuss their own materials.