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Getting Started With IBM Cloud Functions and MongoDB

March 30, 2018

Serverless architectures are becoming increasingly popular, and with good

Getting Started With Azure Functions and MongoDB

March 23, 2018

Serverless architectures are becoming increasingly popular, but, when using

Single Link Clustering with Node.js

March 16, 2018

Clustering is the general study

Building a Wine Tasting Neural Network with Node.js

March 09, 2018

One of the great perks of living in the San Francisco Bay Area is proximity to some amazing wine regions. Over the last couple years, I've visited vineyards in regions like Napa Valley, Sonoma Valley, Paso Robles, and even Malibu. I recently ran into a machine learning data set that has data on 6000 Portuguese wines that includes a 1-10 quality rating, which seems like a great excuse to build a neural network that can predict the 1-10 quality rating based on factors like residual sugar and alcohol content. Effectively, this neural network attempts to match the wine palate of whoever put this data set together.

Algorithm Interview Questions in JavaScript: Glob Matching

March 02, 2018

Much to many people's chagrin, the practice of asking algorithms questions in tech interviews doesn't seem like it is going anywhere. From what I've heard though, more and more companies are allowing people to answer algorithms questions in JavaScript. In this week's article, I'll walk through a common interview question, glob matching), and implement the solution in JavaScript.

Using Promise.prototype.finally in Node.js

February 21, 2018

Promise.prototype.finally() recently reached stage 4 of the TC39 proposal process. This means the Promise.prototype.finally() proposal was accepted and is now part of the latest draft of the ECMAScript spec, and it is only a matter of time before it lands in Node.js. This article will show you how to use Promise.prototype.finally() and how to write your own simplified polyfill.