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Linear regression is an iterative algorithm, as many algorithms are in machine learning. It is simple, but it is very useful. http://bit.ly/2lMjtr0 #BigData #Python 

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[Guide] Software Development Lifecycle: QA and Testing - FREE DOWNLOAD http://bit.ly/2l95rfo #SDLC #TDD #Agile 

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If you want to support multi-tenancy with Spring in your stack, you should know how Spring actually knows the tenants, then dive right in. http://bit.ly/2md3RKB #JPA #Java #Hibernate #Spring #Tutorial 

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Submodules are an essential part of #Git development, so it's important to know exactly how they work and some best practices in using them. http://bit.ly/2lGLIGT #Java #Workflow #Tutorial 

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Runtime application self-protection (RASP) is not limited to a single tool, but the concepts behind it can definitely be scaled for different scenarios. http://bit.ly/2lFKxYB #Security #Scalability #RASP 

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Eclipse CDT projects can be great starting points, but if you want to copy one over to your environment, there are a few pitfalls to be aware of. http://bit.ly/2md3mjl  #IoT #Tutorial #AppDev #Eclipse #CDT 

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What has changed in the world of Android and #iOS test automation lately? What will likely change in the future? We did a deep dive of our data to find out. http://bit.ly/2lDRIOM #Mobile #TestAutomation #Frameworks

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[Refcard]: Camel Essential Components
Simplify Service Integrations With Intelligent Routing http://bit.ly/2mcPRAe #Apache #RESTDSL #ActiveMQS 

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[Comic] How To Get Rid of Mice Using Reactive Programming http://bit.ly/2loLhAC #Java #Reactive

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Learn how to start a new project with only a few full stack developers, while keeping the environment flexible enough to later introduce Front End & Server Side teams. http://bit.ly/2lFKegj #WebDev
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