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  • How Emerging Technologies Are Transforming Travel in 2019

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    Emerging technologies are changing how we travel. Travel industry businesses are embracing technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and big data not only to provide better...

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  • How 5G Network Development Will Go Global In 2019

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    The next generation of mobile internet connection is just around the corner. Carriers, manufacturers, vendors and companies are preparing for the introduction of 5G. If you don’t know what is 5G already, it is the 5th generation of...

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  • Implementing the Human Brain: Exploring the Potential of Convolutional Neural Networks

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    Foreword Scholarly articles usually begin by providing a short historical narrative that gives readers the background necessary to contextualize the particular scholarly topic in question. So — given that my scholarly topic today is the modern-day potential of convolutional neural networks and their structures — I should theoretically begin...

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  • Building for Flexibility Using Finite State Machines in Django

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    Software projects often start with such innocence. A developer creates the basic functionality and then extends the functionality with various rules of domain logic. Project classes grow larger and more complex to accommodate all these changes. The classes...

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  • Painless Travis CI/CD for Android Project

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    Modern software development is far more “user”-friendly to developers than it used to be. GitHub, Heroku, and the huge Fabric family of tools make code review easy, deploy painless, and health monitoring pleasant. And when it comes to...

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  • Using ProtoBuf for Huge Object Serialization

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    I want to share my experience with using ProtoBuf to optimize the size of transferred/cached objects. We at Distillery faced a problem that the size of Memcached objects are huge. We’ve come close to exceeding the Memcached server...

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