How to Build A Recommender System In Less Than 1 Hour

Ever suffered from information overload? Finding simple pieces of information can feel like a daunting task. With all the choices and sources of information available on the internet today, it's absolutely necessary to find a way to prioritize, filter, and professionally deliver appropriate information. Recommender systems resolve this problem by searching inside large amounts of generated information to provide users with personalized services, information, and content. In very simple words, a recommender system is a subclass of an information filtering system that predicts the "preference" that a user would give an item.

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Unraveling Blockchain

So, you haven't bought any Bitcoin or Ethereum yet? I understand, I wouldn't buy something that I don't know anything about either - but don’t worry. Today, we are going to introduce the famous and trending topic, the tech of the hour…Ladies and gentlemen, drum roll please!

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Building A Simple Microservice With JHipster In 20 Minutes

How long did it take for you to roll out an MVP project that validated that awesome idea you just had? Or that freelance project you've committed to delivering with a tight deadline? Or even that side project you wanted to do but weren’t really sure how to kick off? With JHipster you will take no more than 20 minutes to create a simple microservice to validade your idea and solve your problems.

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How to Build A Simple JAX-RS Application with CDI using Java EE

Java EE has typically been painted as an overly complicated and heavyweight solution. This perception persists today, despite its great usability and suitability for backend and even microservice development. While most discussions of the topic center around a comparison between Java EE and Spring, my objective in this article is to simply focus on the ways in which Java EE can be easily and productively utilized to create a project, and let readers decide for themselves whether the tool meets their needs.

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So, You Want to get OCMEA Certified - Part 1

OCM is the highest level of Java Certification offered by Oracle. It's aimed at professionals responsible for modeling and architecting Java EE applications with several nonfunctional requirements (NFR), such as security, scalability, maintainability, reliability and availability. For this certification, Oracle expects that Java architects have solid knowledge of the Java EE stack and choose the most suitable technologies when addressing real life problems.

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Docker on Pipeline - Part 1

If you have ever had to start on a new team, you know the feeling of finding yourself a bit lost amidst dozens of tutorials and all the documentation required to set up your development environment. Odds are, you may have even skipped a step or two and found yourself in a mess. Even if not, there's a good chance the guide is at least somewhat outdated, or doesn't cover your exact scenario. Either way, there's bound to be some misunderstanding. 

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