#Python News This year I couldn’t attend PyCon but I spend some time monitoring the discussions on Twitter. It seemed like an amazing year with several of cool talks on […]
A series of posts in weekly news on technology. Focus mainly on APIs, AI, Serverless and Cloud Engineering.
Almost a couple of months ago I retweet Slobodan because I was really excited about his upcoming book on serverless! Hey, @simalexan and I finished the last page of our first book: […]
What is an API? This is one of the issues we have been dealing with, since the first day of this blog. I started uploading articles and opinions on that, […]
The uniform interface constraint defines the interface between clients and servers. It simplifies and decouples the architecture, which enables each part to evolve independently. The four guiding principles of the […]
From the birth of commercial Internet to what it is today, it hasn’t been so long of a journey. Evolution was hampered and slow in the beginning but today, change […]
This is a really nice article I wanted to share that helped me understand the gRPC protocol a little bit deeper. It also offers a nice hands-on experience for the […]
Overview: With the digitalization of almost everything in this world, the amount of data is increasing at an exponential rate. The IT experts soon realized that analysis of this data […]
Artificial intelligence is very important for businesses today but also for saving humans’ lives. There are many domains of applications and thus the offerings are growing and growing. There are many AI services today, starting from the IBM watchon and the whole and the whole idea of cognitive computing, then we have all the AWS family of services the focus on making AI applicable to everyone. Microsoft, Google also have massive offerings that even an individual can use and take advantage of. In this article we focus on analysing some of the areas of applications for such APIs, and simple describe some alternatives if you are interested in building your own AI either for business of your next homegrown project.