If it’s all free, what holding you back from learning Python?
Learn Python for free! But obviously, you probably already expect this, that it will also promote the usage of Azure.
If you are in analytics or business intelligence project, or about to start one, this is a quick eBook on the subject.
An Azure post about big data architecture. If you are about to start one, this is a good introduction. It mainly focuses on Lambda architect (batch and speed layers) using Azure resources.
And if you are now serious about PWA, check this article out on what’s the ‘right’ frontend database for your app. Very useful especially when you are starting a new project.
Now you know what’s PWA, you can turn your existing Angular app into a PWA. Looks pretty straigh-forward honestly. But the devil is always in the details, right?
You can’t talk about PWA without Electron app. But, what’s the difference? Well, check this post out to find the answer. In short, they are like siblings, similar but different.
You can learn by doing, or you can learn from someone else’s mistakes. This is the case of the later. Certainly useful to avoid the same mistakes.
This one is pretty heavy read. But if you’re into Martin Fowler’s stuff, you know they are ‘the standard’. This one covers what it takes to apply continuous delivery in machine learning model. The CD for machine learning have similarities to software’s CD, but there are few keys differences as well.
If you want to start learning Machine Learning but don’t know where to start, ML.NET is a good starter. With familiarity of C# and .NET, you could pick up ML.NET fairly quickly. This goes into details on how to get started with ML.NET, even covers Auto-ML!
Everyone thinks AI is cool, futuristic and can solve _almost_ all the problems. But not many think about the consequences, side effects and what it would take to build it right. In another word, a responsible AI. This mini-course go over what we need to consider in building AI.
I like how Sumit gives intro to parallel computing, specifically multi processes vs threading, before he went dive into how it’s applicable in Python for modeling. Worth read even if you skip the Python part.
Want to learn any programming language? — Write These 3 Simple Apps!
Very good read if you want to learn new programming langugage. Sam Fare challenges you to build 3 simple apps with a new programming langauge: Hello World, Anagram and Pizza app. I’ll throw in one more as a bonus: a Todo app.
How to Become a Better Software Developer by Digging & Climbing
Even if you are an experienced developer, it’s still a very good read. Dmitri shares what he did to become a better developer (and we always have room to become a better developer). It’s a conceptual idea, which is why it’s a very good read, with some practical examples.
Event-driven analytics with Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2
If you are dealing with big data, the ingestion, processing, storage, consumption and ETL stuff, add this to your reading list. It outlines a way to use event-driven technique using Azure services to build data for analytics.
Azure solution architectures
One of my favorites. This is more of a reference than a reading. Microsoft docs provides cloud architecture solutions (based on Azure services) for different scenarios and needs. Definitely check it out when you need to design and build a new system.
The Azure Infrastructure Architect Map
Yet another good resource for a reference. This guides you through way-too-many Azure services based on your needs, sorta help you to decide what Azure service to use for a specific scenario. There’s also Solution Architect map and Security Architect map. Links are in the article.
Pipeline Pattern Implementations in C# .NET – Part 1
Part 1 of 2 where Michael explains how to implement pipeline pattern in C#. This is not about `System.IO.Pipelines` library, but rather,
Part 2 – https://michaelscodingspot.com/pipeline-pattern-tpl-dataflow/