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IOS SWIFT APP

Managing multiple login/registration flows in an iOS Swift app

author Marin Bencevic date May 19, 2017

Getting users registered in your app is key to building engagement. Supporting social login gives a huge boost to conversion rates! Using Swift and some nifty software design patterns, you can structure multiple login flows in a clean, testable way that is easy to change later on. Introduction Your registration screen is really important. You […]

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SAP HYBRIS DATAHUB

SAP Hybris Datahub what is it all about

author Mark Perocho date May 5, 2017

Introduction This article was written to give insight on hybris datahub to help temper expectations on its capabilities, user interface, and java knowledge requirement. I’ll highlight its good features and areas where it may need improvement. Though some points may seem to be impartial but I’ll try to be objective as much as I can. […]

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Inside Deep Learning, an Intro to NLP

author Shubhadeep Roychowdhury date April 25, 2017

In the previous article we were introduced to the general concepts of Machine Learning and Deep Learning. We also discovered what is a Neural Network and implemented one using the amazing Deep Learning library Tensorflow. The implementation was simple but it gave us a strong understanding of the underlying concepts and also gave us knowledge […]

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Big Data and the UK: an era of essential opportunity

author LynxPro Editorial Staff date April 14, 2017

Introduction Big Data is already prevalent in the United Kingdom. From early growth and use in university campuses to now being utilised across a variety of sectors like retail, the UK has become a Big Data nation with skill and poise. While this affirms considerable progress has been made so far by the UK as […]

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hacking Groovy

Why Groovy is so groovy or a beginners guide to hacking Groovy

author Gregory D. Dickson date April 2, 2017

This is the first article in a short series of articles on the Groovy programming language. I personally came to Groovy as part of an undercover project to do something quickly while leveraging previous Java experience. I had been contracted to develop a web application and it “had to be in Java”, according to the […]

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