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Amazon EC2 Paves the Way in Hosting

Web hosting is easier than ever with AmazonEC2 Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) has changed the face of what is offered in web hosting. It has brought a new face to technology and has helped to eliminate the loss of file system states and settings. One company has achieved spectacular results by switching to AmazonEC2’s platform. […]

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New Improvements in Developer Tools in Linux Programming

With Linux being the only toolset you need for building any iOS and Mac OS X applications, the addition of new developer tools have made the applications, more helpful, faster, and easier to use than ever before.   The Linux IDE is capable of understanding every projects needs and demands, while being able to identify mistakes and even fixing codes in […]

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Amazon EC2 makes transformation from traditional hosting to Cloud easier

With the increasing adoption in Cloud Computing, complexities that once came with the migration of web applications from one data center to another have now been eliminated. The application has created a virtual checklist with the goal in mind being that known tasks get covered, allowing you to spend more time on unexpected issues that arise. WIth the help […]

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JetBrains Rolls Out Competitor For Objective C Development

Objective C Competitor for Xcode Unveiled Apple’s Xcode software has largely ruled the realm in which Objective C programming has been a part of. JetBrains has now made available a preview of what is to come with the building of its AppCode IDE, which will provide a better experience in Objective C development. With the […]

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Very Basic Amazon EC2 Troubleshooting

Never hurts to strat with the very basics… AmazonEC2, short for Elastic Compute Cloud, is a recent development for Amazon, which allows users to upload data directly to the online storage service, and then access the data with any other computer, at any given time. This “cloud” storage method is exceptionally helpful for individuals looking […]

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Complete the installation of XCODE 4.1 by downloading OS X Lion

With the newest version of XCODE 4.1 being released, creating OS X apps has never been easier. With new XCODE programming tools, downloading OS X Lion has become a worthwhile download as well a powerful developmental tool. The download only takes minutes and will provide a much more user friendly interface. Some of the key […]

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Googles Objective C Toolbox

Objective C Programming Rising in Popularity Used for developing Apple iOS applications, the programming language of Objective C is climbing to the top of the Tiobe Programming Community index. There is a lot of buzz surrounding Objective C programming, and people are talking about the new and innovative features and upgrades that are being offered on […]

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Logistic Regression With L2 Regularization in Python

Suppose you have data describing a bunch of buildings and earthquakes (E.g., year the building was constructed, type of material used, the strength of earthquake, etc), and you know whether each building collapsed or not in each past earthquake. Using this data, you’d like to make predictions about whether a given building is going to collapse in a hypothetical future earthquake — you can see how this would be useful to say, insurance companies.

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Software Development | Java RMI

Java RMI based Client/Server application, in which a server will be used to serve requests of remote Java Clients for mathematical operations. This will allow the user to use the following operations: Add, Subtract, Square, and Multiply.

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