Windows server management overview
Posted on July 27, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length short
Windows Server is the platform for building an infrastructure of connected applications, networks, and web services. As a Windows Server administrator, you've probably used many of the native Windows Server Microsoft Management Consoles (MMC) to keep the infrastructure secure and available. By Thomas Maurer and others.
How to create a mobile lab with VMware Fusion
Posted on July 19, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
I am going to setup a mobile lab on my MacBook Pro with the help of VMware Fusion 12 so I can run some ESXi servers with nested virtualization. This way I will have a lab I can carry around with me on my travels around the world. By Edwin Weijdema.
How I use stories to share data at meetings
Posted on July 13, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length long
Want to keep people awake at data presentations? Try sharing your findings backwards. You've worked it. Now put your chart down, flip it and reverse it. By Ryan Estrellado.
Guide to Reinforcement Learning with Python and TensorFlow
Posted on July 3, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length long
In reinforcement learning, self-learning agent learns how to interact with the environment and solve a problem within it. In this article, we present complete guide to reinforcemen learning and one type of it Q-Learning (which with the help of deep learning become Deep Q-Learning). We learn about the inspiration behind this type of learning and implement it with Python, TensorFlow and TensorFlow Agents. By Nikola M. Zivkovic.
5 tips for managing high-performing teams (remotely!)
Posted on July 2, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Today's workplace is more digitized than ever before – especially in tech. Work-from-home adjustments and nearshore outsourcing has surged in the last two years, requiring the modern manager to adapt quickly. By Steve Taplin.
The importance of model versioning in machine learning
Posted on June 30, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Version control is an essential concept in software development. Version control tools, such as Git, are used to manage and track source codes. Developers and organizations alike value source code because it is the backbone of their product(s), from which they earn revenue. By Oghenefejiro Esosuota.
Things a city needs to become a startup hub
Posted on June 22, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
It's common sense that being part of a thriving startup community can bring immense advantages to your own project. Yet, not all startup founders have the opportunity or desire to move to Silicon Valley, New York, London, Beijing, or any of the other big startup hubs. By Abdo Riani.
Why managed container services help startups and tech companies build smarter
Posted on June 21, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Learning how to install and manage Kubernetes clusters can be a big obstacle between your organization and all the potential magic of a container orchestration platform. You have to consider tasks like provisioning machines, choosing OS and runtime, and setting up networking and security. By Fer De Oliveira @google.
Automating AWS IAM remediation in Python
Posted on June 20, 2022, Level advanced Resource Length long
Since automating IAM remediation requires recurring parsing of JSON documents, modulating your parsing function(s) will save you time as you work on each control. If you have controls that pertain to trust policies, you will need a separate function to parse those out since the format differs from that of permission policies. By Cody Bench.
New superconductors could make faster Quantum computers
Posted on June 17, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Practical quantum computers could soon arrive with profound implications for everything from drug discovery to code-breaking. By Sascha Brodsky.
A deep dive into OpenTelemetry metrics
Posted on June 12, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length long
OpenTelemetry is an open-source observability framework for infrastructure instrumentation hosted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). The project gained a lot of momentum with contributions from all major cloud providers (AWS, Google, Microsoft) as well as observability vendors (including Timescale) to the point it became the second-highest ranked CNCF project by activity and contributors, only coming second to Kubernetes itself. By James Blackwood-Sewell.
How Power BI metrics and scorecards can transform productivity within business objectives
Posted on June 11, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Metric and goal setting is paramount when formulating business operations. That's why Microsoft Metrics (previously known as "Goals") make it possible to keep every member of a team striving toward a singular, unified key objective and ensures a higher probability of positive outcomes. By Jocelyn Porter.
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