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Artificial Intelligence
Posted: 29 May 2020   Updated: 29 May 2020   Views: 4,725   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 12   Popularity: 5.40
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In this sixth part of the Data Cleaning with Python and Pandas series, we look at a few of the simpler methods for combining data.
Posted: 29 May 2020   Updated: 29 May 2020   Views: 6,345   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 11   Popularity: 5.21
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In this second part of the Data Cleaning with Python and Pandas series, now that we have a Jupyter Notebook set up and some basic libraries initialized, we need to load some data. To do this, we’ll load data from a CSV file, as well as from a local SQLite database.
Posted: 29 May 2020   Updated: 29 May 2020   Views: 3,222   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 12   Popularity: 5.40
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In this third part of the Data Cleaning with Python and Pandas series, we delve into some of the problems the dataset may contain.
Posted: 29 May 2020   Updated: 29 May 2020   Views: 3,656   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 9   Popularity: 4.77
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In this fourth part of the Data Cleaning with Python and Pandas series, we look at a few of the simpler methods for combining data
Posted: 29 May 2020   Updated: 29 May 2020   Views: 6,954   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 7   Popularity: 4.23
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In this fifth part of the Data Cleaning with Python and Pandas series, we take one last pass to clean up the dataset before reshaping.
Posted: 29 May 2020   Updated: 29 May 2020   Views: 3,812   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 8   Popularity: 4.52
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In this seventh part of the Data Cleaning with Python and Pandas series, we can explore our visualization options.
Keras
Posted: 8 Jun 2020   Updated: 8 Jun 2020   Views: 9,058   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 9   Popularity: 4.77
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In this article, we'll have a look at some of the pretrained models we can use in ImageAI to start detecting people in images.
Machine Learning
Posted: 29 May 2020   Updated: 29 May 2020   Views: 6,264   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 12   Popularity: 5.40
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This article is the first in the Data Cleaning with Python and Pandas series that helps working developers get up to speed on data science tools and techniques.
Posted: 4 Jun 2020   Updated: 4 Jun 2020   Views: 10,305   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 9   Popularity: 4.77
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In this article, we'll set up everything we need to build a hardhat detector with OpenCV.
Posted: 5 Jun 2020   Updated: 5 Jun 2020   Views: 6,732   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 6   Popularity: 3.89
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In this article, we create an object detection model.
Posted: 9 Jun 2020   Updated: 9 Jun 2020   Views: 7,624   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 7   Popularity: 4.23
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In this article, we train our own custom model to detect if people are wearing hardhats.
Posted: 10 Jun 2020   Updated: 10 Jun 2020   Views: 8,942   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 6   Popularity: 3.89
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In this article, we begin the process of creating a custom object detection model.
Posted: 11 Jun 2020   Updated: 11 Jun 2020   Views: 9,650   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 12   Popularity: 5.40
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This article gives you a good starting point for your own object detection projects.
Containers
Kubernetes
Posted: 14 Apr 2021   Updated: 14 Apr 2021   Views: 1,600   Rating: 4.78/5    Votes: 4   Popularity: 2.88
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In this article, we expand our existing cloud native application by building and deploying a Kubernetes cluster using Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
Posted: 15 Apr 2021   Updated: 15 Apr 2021   Views: 1,210   Rating: 4.89/5    Votes: 5   Popularity: 3.42
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In this article, we take that one step further by building a containerized node.js application component.
Hosted Services
Azure
Posted: 15 Jul 2019   Updated: 15 Jul 2019   Views: 2,452   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 3   Popularity: 2.39
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For those who haven’t heard of them, Azure Functions are a service that lets you build event based micro services without the need to manage any infrastructure.
Posted: 26 Aug 2019   Updated: 27 Aug 2019   Views: 5,280   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 5   Popularity: 3.49
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Over the next few posts, I am going to go through designing and building a Discord bot application using a microservices architecture and implementing a variety of services within Azure.
Posted: 9 Sep 2019   Updated: 9 Sep 2019   Views: 4,944   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 1   Popularity: 0.00
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Up next, we are going to start taking those events and moving them into a Storage Queue so they can be processed by an Azure Function. We are also going to get the bot to listen to a Service Bus Queue so it can pick up a message and deliver it back to the Discord Server.
Posted: 13 Apr 2021   Updated: 13 Apr 2021   Views: 2,120   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 2   Popularity: 1.51
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In this article, we'll demonstrate how to go a step further by building a complete Cloud Native application consisting of several Azure Functions-hosted microservices.
Web Hosting
Posted: 24 Jul 2019   Updated: 24 Jul 2019   Views: 4,502   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 3   Popularity: 2.39
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Quick guide on how to save some money by switching your Azure WebApp service to a Azure Storage and a Content Delivery Network (CDN) hosting setup for static websites
Productivity Apps and Services
Sharepoint
Posted: 28 Jun 2019   Updated: 28 Jun 2019   Views: 1,481   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 1   Popularity: 0.00
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The following is a bit of an experiment I did with Microsoft Flow and SharePoint Online to access Version information when a document changed

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Glenn Prince
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Australia Australia
Hi! I'm a Solution Architect, planning and designing systems based in Brisbane, Australia. I also occasionally develop web applications and games, as well as write. My blog has articles, tutorials and general thoughts based on more than twenty years of misadventures in IT.