I attended this year’s Google I/O and to no surprise, there wasn’t a lot of Google Cloud going on there. For that we have Google Cloud Next coming up soon. Stay tuned to hear about my experience there as well.

Since there wasn’t much cloud (it’s always sunny in California…

Today we at @GDGVancouver (GDG Cloud Vancouver) had our event “A day with Machine Learning” which was an effort from the team to educate our members about Machine Learning Crash Course using TensorFlow. …

tl;dr; What are you waiting for? Get on the plane or be left behind in dust.

Let’s start from the very beginning. When the event was announced, the branding was totally different. Rather than being GCP Next, it was now Google Cloud Next. Hmm.. …

Cause when you listen, you improve.

Let’s begin with a short introduction for those of you who have been living under book racks or server racks.

Tensorflow: A library which helps you make sense of your data

Kubernetes: A platform to help manage your compute resources

So.. what’s so special…

It’s love. Always add some. Enjoy!

Building a startup is very easy. You can do it too. Let’s do it.

  • Define a problem
  • Get some data
  • Write some code
  • Run that code
  • Use the result!

Simple. Isn’t it. I knew you would agree with me.

So why this article is…

For a web service, either if it’s a website or api or a web app, there are often times when you wanna use user’s geolocation for a variety of use cases. …

Google has various services which can be accesses via API, and for each of these services to have their own API page is not sensible in the terms of maintaining access to those APIs. Hence all of them were collected and maintained in a central location. Earlier this used to…

Since the beginning of cloud computing platform providers have been looking for various ways to overcome the limitation in customizations available. For Google Cloud it started with providing App Engines which are still one of the best starting points for any app deployments, as it handles the platform for you.

Congrats to Angular-Material team. Finally a stable version of Angular Material is out. For the lovers of Material Design and Angular this is a bliss.

Various interesting features:

  • Lots of commonly used elements out of the box
  • Responsive design for all screen resolutions
  • Fluid layouts and elements alignments
  • Great typography using Roboto Font
  • Easy and Multiple Themes support
  • Total Angular support by making use of services and directives

Even though the framework lacks Tables which is one of the majorly used element on the web, the discussions have already started for the same and we should expect it soon.

With all these features, it is easily one of the best UI frameworks to start with. For those who are using bootstrap along with Angular and feel limited by Angular-Bootstrap, this is a great option to switch to. I am on it! Where are you?

Recently NodeJS update themselves after a long dispute and merger of both projects node.js and io.js [link]. This merger was greatly appreciated in the developers community. Now you have long time support, quick releases and the project in itself is under linux foundation, hence best of open source world.

Source: http://sdtimes.com/node-js-and-io-js-to-merge-under-node-js-foundation/


Vikram Tiwari

Building scalable web and data platforms for high availability, resilience and security.

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