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Adding Auto-cleanup to Multiple Fields

Here's a practical answer to adding auto-cleanup to a large number of fields in FileMaker Pro!

Using Sass in Your Ionic Framework App Like a Pro

Master Sass in your Ionic Framework App and enjoy the benefits of using modules and code separation techniques described in SMACSS or BEM.

Setting Up Gulp Tasks for the First Time

Trying to set up Gulp tasks for the first time? Through this tutorial, you will learn how to compile and run tasks using Gulp.js.
Setting Up Gulp Tasks for the First Time

Building a Movie Recommendation Service with Apache Spark & Flask - Part 2

This Apache Spark tutorial goes into detail on how to use Spark machine learning models, or even another kind of data analytics objects, within a web service. By using the Python language, we make this task very easy, thanks to Spark own Python capabilities and to Python-based frameworks such as Flask.
Building a Movie Recommendation Service with Apache Spark & Flask - Part 2

Building a Movie Recommendation Service with Apache Spark & Flask - Part 1

A Guide for Designing a Focused Website

This is a guide for designing a simple, to the point, and focused website.

From Zero to Go: Launching on the Google Homepage in 24 hours

Read about the experience of developing and launching his first Go program in 24 hours by Reinaldo Aguiar, a software engineer from Google's search team.
From Zero to Go: Launching on the Google Homepage in 24 hours

Spark & Python: SQL & DataFrames

This tutorial will introduce you to Spark capabilities. By using SQL language and data frames, you can perform exploratory data analysis easily.

Spark & Python: MLlib Decision Trees

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use Spark's machine learning library MLlib to build a Decision Tree classifier for network attack detection and use the complete datasets to test Spark capabilities with large datasets.

Spark & Python: MLlib Logistic Regression

In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Spark's machine learning library MLlib to build a Logistic Regression classifier for network attack detection.

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