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Spark & Python: MLlib Basic Statistics & Exploratory Data Analysis

In this Spark and Python tutorial, you'll learn more about MLlib basic statistics and exploratory data analysis.

Spark & Python: Working with RDDs (II)

This is a Spark and Python tutorial that teaches you how to work with RDDs (Part II).

Spark & Python: Working with RDDs (I)

This tutorial introduces two different ways of getting data into the basic Spark data structure, RDD.

Integrating AngularJS into Laravel 5.1

Here's a step-by-step guideline for integrating AngularJS and Laravel 5.1.

Localizing time in a Traditional Rails app with Moment.js

Learn how to localize time in a traditional Rails app through a Twitter clone and making this possible with ease using Moment.js.
Localizing time in a Traditional Rails app with Moment.js

Effective Debugging, with Python and Print Statements

What should you do if your code doesn't work? Here's a tutorial to teach you how to debug effectively with Python and Print Statements.
Effective Debugging, with Python and Print Statements

Handling the Asynchronous Nature of Node.js: Sample Project

Node.js is built on top of Google's V8 engine, which in turns compiles JavaScript. JavaScript is asynchronous in nature. Asynchronous is a programming pattern which provides the feature of non-blocking code i.e do not stop or do not depend on another function / process to execute a particular line of code.
Handling the Asynchronous Nature of Node.js: Sample Project

Building a Win32 App, Part 4: Applying Resources to a Window

The purpose of this tutorial is to demonstrate the basics of resource creation and utilization. By the end of this tutorial, readers should be able to load resources from a predefined file and apply it to a window.

Building a Win32 App Part 3: a Simple Window

The purpose of this tutorial is to learn the process of constructing a Win32 application window at it's simplest form. By the end of this tutorial, readers should be able to create a window from scratch, understand basics and flow of the message loop, as well as the procedure associated to this window.

Building a Win32 App, Part 2: Windows and Messages

This tutorial helps you take a deeper look at the `WinMain` function to understand how structured a **Win32** application is. By the end of this tutorial, readers should be able to understand the concepts of message queues, window registration & creation, as well as the base of message loop and how all these operate to make an application work.

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