Saturday, September 06, 2014

AI: How Algorithms Make Systems Smart @ Wired

Artificial Intelligence: How Algorithms Make Systems Smart | Innovation Insights | WIRED:

"...Rather than follow only explicitly programmed instructions, some computer algorithms are designed to allow computers to learn on their own (i.e., facilitate machine learning)..."


book, online: "Introduction to Rx" (Reactive Programming)

book online free: Introduction to Rx by Lee Campbell is the online resource
for getting started with the Reactive Extensions to .Net.

used for course by prof. Erik Meijer
(one of creators of Reactive Programming)
SERG > Main > ReactiveProgramming
Programming Reactive Extensions and LINQ

Big data is data that does not fit inside conventional relational databases because it is either too big, it moves too fast, or it is not rectangular. Reactive programming involves manipulating flows of such big data.

Web online IDE: Plunker

"Helping developers make the web 
Plunker is an online community for creating, collaborating on and sharing your web development ideas."

also built with AngularJS

used in most popular Pluralsight course:
AngularJS: Get Started - Online Training Course for Developers
by Scott Allen

Built with AngularJS

Built with AngularJS:

"...good examples of Angular apps and experiments. Inspect, learn, and make your own!"

visualization: Sorting Algorithms

15 Sorting Algorithms in 6 Minutes - YouTube:"

The Sound of Sorting - "Audibilization" and Visualization of Sorting Algorithms -

data: auto sales

August auto sales soar to highest rate in 8 years | Detroit Free Press |

"U.S. light-vehicle sales totals, individual automaker results and market share for August 2014 compared to August 2013:"

Azure API Management

API Management:

"Publish APIs to developers, partners and employees securely and at scale"

This is an online service that acts as a proxy for other service (API) that is managed.

tools: /n software for node.js

/n software excellent networking program libraries

are making node.js a legitimate "enterprise-ready" platform...