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Is AI going to save the home security industry?

October 11, 2017

Some industries are slow to adapt their products to meet the changing demands of today’s consumers. Home security is one of those industries. Once the first models were built, they remained virtually unchanged long enough to become ineffective. The way […]


Machine learning skills for software engineers

September 13, 2017

A long time ago in the mid 1950’s, Robert Heinlein wrote a story called “A Door into Summer” in which a competent mechanical engineer hooked up some “Thorsen tubes” for pattern matching memory and some “side circuits to add judgment” […]


How Microsoft will bring blockchain to the enterprise

September 6, 2017

There’s a lot of hype around blockchain technologies at the moment, especially in the ongoing cryptocurrency initial coin offering (ICO) bubble. But that hype gets in the way of technologies that can help businesses manage assets and collaborate where trust […]


Mobile Apps

Which Accounting Programs Have the Best Mobile Apps?

October 19, 2017

Via: Merchant Maverick

If your mobile lifestyle keeps you on the go, you need an accounting program that can keep up with you. Luckily, almost all cloud-based accounting programs offer mobile apps now. But how do you know which of these mobile apps is the […]


Development Software, Software Category

How to use the Dapper ORM in C#

October 17, 2017

Via: InfoWorld

Object relational mappers (ORMs) have been in use for a long time to eliminate the impedance mismatch that exists between the object models of programming languages and the data models in relational databases. Dapper is an open source, lightweight ORM […]


Development Software, Software Category

Getting started with Twilio account security using Node.js and MongoDB

October 13, 2017

Via: InfoWorld

One of the first considerations for developers building mobile and web apps is how to handle account security, namely how they’re going to protect and authenticate their users and their data. The days where a username and password was sufficient […]