What can TensorFlow really do? Some business applications

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TL;DR: Google’s open-source TensorFlow library helps developers build computational graphs and contains free additional modules that make AI/ML software development easier for consumer products and mobile apps. Developers require knowledge of Python or C++. This piece covers 3 common modules and possible business applications: Continue reading “What can TensorFlow really do? Some business applications”

Why we use Redux design pattern across all platforms

Oursky produces apps that run on multiple platforms, but before adopting Redux, there was no common pattern to adhere to. Every project could have a different philosophy in how the data flow was implemented. Being the lead engineer at Oursky, one of my responsibilities is thinking about engineering management to minimise the mental overhead needed for developers to contribute to an existing project. Below, I will discuss why our company adopted the Redux design pattern across all platforms as a standard to cap the cost and complexity of projects. Continue reading “Why we use Redux design pattern across all platforms”

Test, Measure, Learn: What Agile Testing Metrics Can Teach You about Your Testing Process

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This is a guest contribution by Limor, a technical writer and editor with over ten years’ experience writing technical documentation for developer tools and SaaS technologies. She specializes in software development and the Agile methodology, computer/network security, middleware, and cloud technologies.

Agile testing refers to a paradigm shift in software testing influenced by teams using an Agile development approach. First written in 2001 by seventeen software experts, the Agile manifesto established a new way of developing and testing applications, moving to a cross-functional approach in which everyone is responsible for quality, not just QA teams. Continue reading “Test, Measure, Learn: What Agile Testing Metrics Can Teach You about Your Testing Process”

I Gave Up My Desk for a Week and This is What I Learned: Management by Wandering

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As my company’s grown, the number of internal / external meetings and tasks has become crazy. I have no time to wander around in office and have casual chats with fellows any more.

While people in the office have coffee and casual chats I am usually running for the next scheduled meeting or discussion item. Casual office chats is one of the things I miss most. Continue reading “I Gave Up My Desk for a Week and This is What I Learned: Management by Wandering”

Beginner’s guide to Google Analytics for websites

Google Analytics is a great way for business owners to track and analyze where your users are coming from, what they are clicking on around your site, how long they stay on, and where they’re dropping off. With this rich set of data, you can figure out how to increase sales. This article will explore what Google Analytics can do for your business and the basics of how to use this powerful tool.

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