Lightbend (formerly Typesafe), the company behind the Reactive Platform that includes the Akka, Play and Lagom Frameworks as well as the Scala programming language, announced the results of a new survey of 2,151 Java Virtual Machine (JVM) developers and IT professionals.
New Lightbend Survey of 2,000 Java and Scala Developers Reveals Shake-Up In Enterprise Application Architecture
In this presentation, Matthew Zeiler, Ph.D., Founder and CEO of Clarifai Inc, speaks about large convolutional neural networks. These networks have recently demonstrated impressive object recognition performance making real world applications possible.
With the continued upward trajectory of interest in getting on board with a data science career, our friends over at Simplilearn Solutions put together the compelling infographic below.
Last year, I wrote a review of a useful book that got students up to speed with a key mathematical ingredient of machine learning – linear algebra: The Manga Guide to Linear Algebra. No Starch Press (an excellent source of technical books) just came out with a follow-up title: The Manga Guide to Regression Analysis.
Our friends over at Springboard just released a compelling new infographic that highlights some salary metrics with different data professional roles.
Our friends over at Bit Stew Systems, developer of a data intelligence platform for solving the data integration challenge in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), released the findings of a Quick Pulse survey by IDG Research of senior IT executives.
In the Google TechTalk video presentation below, luminary Jeff Dean discusses the use of Deep Learning at Google – “Large-Scale Deep Learning for Intelligent Computer Systems.”
insideBIGDATA would like to introduce all our loyal readers to the just launched 2016 audience survey. Our goal is to reach out to our rapidly growing readership to find out what’s important to you. The survey covers a wide range of topics that will help us tailor our content to better suit your needs.
A fantastic new book just landed on my desk, “The Book of R: A First Course in Programming and Statistics” by Tilman M. Davies from No Starch Press. I’ve been looking for a book like this for some time – to use with the introductory data science and machine learning course I teach.
Our friends over at Boston University’s Master of Science in Computer Information Systems Online Program put together the compelling infographic below that highlights why Business Intelligence (BI) is the key to competitive advantage for enterprises today.