Flows in the Developer Survey by Stack Overflow: P’s Take

#StackOverflowDeveloperSurvey2019 is out & quite revealing! My take: a) #OpenSource rules! Data & Big Data: b) In terms of Other Frameworks use: #ApacheSpark 5.8%. #Hadoop 4.9%! c) #DataEngineers constitute 7% of developers. #DevOps 11%. & #DataScientists & #ML specialists 8%. So clearly the skills are not in abundance! Not easy to learn!  So there lies the pay, specialty & Royalty! Findings: 1) Wow! #Linux remains #1 platform & most sought-after. 54%! No danger…

#FacialRecognition: where are we today? & Future

FacialRecognition! Where are we today? Not just Phone/SmartPhone, wherever in use or to be, how capable is the current set / technology & #AI today in terms of FaceDetection & FacialRecognition? e.g.: Can a #iPhone/X (if not #LGPhone) detect a face damaged/burnt? Can #AADHAAR detect & authenticate a damaged/burnt face correctly? Condition: facial security was…

a:=> AWS re:Invent KeyNote 1

AWS (rockshow!) re:Invent KeyNote1 by the CEO of AWS Andy Jassy on 30 November 2016:   My TakeAway from the KeyNote1: it’s TIRC T2.I3.R4.C5 AWS Athena sounds cool – the interactive query service directly on S3 so we don’t need to pull out data from AWS S3 to a DW – AWS Redshift or Apache Hive (set up…

a:=> AWS re:Invent KeyNote 2

AWS (rockshow!) re:Invent KeyNote2 by the CTO of Amazon.com Werner Vogels on 1st December 2016: My TakeAway from the KeyNote2: it’s TO -> TAO -> TAO.R Transformation.Automation.Operation -> Respond. Cool to sound new AWS services launched: AWS X-Ray and AWS Shield. AWS Glue though still to be seen how much glue it has. One thing a…