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Achieving User Trust for AI/ML Solutions
Published: 1 week ago
To receive the expected value from AI/ML solutions you'll first need to gain the user's trust. You only achieve value with adoption and you only achieve adoption through trust. The
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The Future of AI Is Here: Here's How to Take Advantage of It
Published: 1 week ago
The future of artificial intelligence (AI) in the enterprise isn't in the hands of high-priced, high-powered data scientists. Instead, a new set of tools will put AI into the hands
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Import Local SQL Server Database to Azure: Pick the Best Method
Published: 1 week ago
It is not unknown to SQL users that some of the SQL Server versions have become outdated. This is the main reason why most of the SQL Server users are
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Cosmos DB and Node SDK Part 1: Working With Databases
Published: 1 week ago
There have been so many things I've learned in the last few years and I wanted to share my learnings, but one thing or another kept me away. I am
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Custom MySQL Docker Instance
Published: 1 week ago
Hi folks, have you ever been in a situation where you were required to set up or mimic the current MySQL instance of any environment? Well recently, I have been
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Sending Custom Application Stats From EC2 Server to CloudWatch for Monitoring
Published: 1 week ago
In AWS, one of the common challenges that we all of us face is how to send custom application stats to CloudWatch for monitoring like we send memory, CPU, and
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Cloning Code In Containers
Published: 1 week ago
One common situation that I run into on different projects is how to tell my Docker container to clone or pull code automatically. In this article, we will see the
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RocketMQ: HA Implementation
Published: 1 week ago
Introduction When we talk about HA, normally people think about the failover mechanism. However, making the cluster available to messages is also considered HA. And to a certain extent, I think
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How to Run a Positive Retrospective (And Avoid a Gripe Session)
Published: 1 week ago
It's hard to learn without a positive outlook. A few times recently, I've been asked about retrospectives -- specifically how to keep them from becoming a gripe session. Here
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Microsoft adds new 'passwordless' sign-in option with latest Windows 10 20H1 test build
Published: 1 week ago
Microsoft is continuing to beat the passwordless drum by making it a sign-in option in its latest Windows 10 test build 18936 for those Insiders in the Fast Ring.
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Microsoft is closing its Remix3D.com site early next year
Published: 1 week ago
Microsoft's retreat from the consumer-centric side of Windows mixed reality continues.
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Microsoft is reorging its field sales team, laying off some 'Modern Desktop' salespeople
Published: 1 week ago
Microsoft is cutting a number of field sales jobs as part of one of its regular reorgs, specifically ones involving pushing Windows as a key part of their charter.
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Leverage? No thank you.
Published: 1 week ago
Since we began including salaries in our job postings, a few people have asked if it affects the leverage we have over candidates. The suggestion is that if we tell
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Announcing “Shape Up”, a deep dive into how we work
Published: 1 week ago
Back in 2006, we self-published Getting Real: The smarter, faster, easier way to build a successful web app. It was our first foray into broadly sharing how we work at
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