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Building Web Data Products with R & Shiny Jose A Dianes Jose A Dianes  ●  R · Data Science · Web development · Shiny  ●  Aug 17, 2015
Building Web Data Products with R & Shiny

The purpose of many data science projects is to end up with a model that can be used within an organisation to solve a particular problem. If this is our case, we need to determine the right representation of that model so it can be shared in the easiest, cheapest, and most effective way. Web data products are an ideal vehicle for delivering...

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From Zero to Go: Launching on the Google Homepage in 24 hours Reinaldo Aguiar Reinaldo Aguiar  ●  Go · Web development  ●  Jul 03, 2015
From Zero to Go: Launching on the Google Homepage in 24 hours

This article was written by Reinaldo Aguiar, a software engineer from the Search team at Google. He shares his experience developing his first Go program and launching it to an audience of millions - all in one day! Introduction I was recently given the opportunity to collaborate on a small but highly visible “20% project”: the Thanksgiving...

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Lean Process and Kanban for Web Applications Development Victor Kane Victor Kane  ●  Development process · Web development · Lean · Kanban  ●  Apr 24, 2015
Lean Process and Kanban for Web Applications Development

Why Lean These days, creating a dynamic website or a web application is a full-blown and non-trivial team-based endeavor, that requires software development best practices to succeed. It’s all about reusable tools and processes, tailored and in evolution within your organization, with the twin aims of finally defeating waterfall and waste,...

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Understanding AJAX as a Beginner Web Developer Sheena Sheena  ●  Programming · Ajax · Web development  ●  Mar 16, 2015
Understanding AJAX as a Beginner Web Developer

##What is AJAX? AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. XML is rarely relevant, but when developing web applications, we use AJ to do asynchronous things such updating a page, making actions, etc. In short, AJAX is all about updating parts of a webpage without having to reload the entire thing. That’s pretty useful if your website...

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