Michael Levin's Groups (44)

  • Kotlin Town

    6 members Latest Activity: Nov 18, 2019

    Interested in Kotlin? Are you a practitioner?

    Kotlin is a statically typed…

  • JavaScript Village

    1 member Latest Activity: Jun 22, 2017

    JavaScript and the world of technologies that work along with it. 

  • AFRICA ANDROID CHALLENGE

    3 members Latest Activity: Mar 19, 2012

    The Africa Android Challenge is on! The object is to learn and share your software development expertise...and to compete with your best Android…

  • Cloud Computing Village

    16 members Latest Activity: Aug 21, 2015 Cloud Computing is "the next big thing". The recent JavaOne featured Cloud Computing more than any other technology. Come join us and explore /…

  • Computational Linguistics Village

    15 members Latest Activity: May 6, 2018 Ever wonder how Google Translate works? It's computational linguistics! Join us here and learn all about it and more. Jim White will be our guide.…

  • Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC) JUG Town

    8 members Latest Activity: Jun 5, 2014

    Come join us here at the RDC JUG Town! Stanislas Matayo and the group in Kinshasa welcome you.

  • Coders4frica

    3 members Latest Activity: May 26, 2011

    Coders4Africa provides African programmers gateway to free training and certification in the main technologies…

  • Startup City

    24 members Latest Activity: Jun 10, 2016 Have you got a great idea you'd like to put into action? This is the place for you! We'll talk about ideas and how to turn them into businesses here.

  • Coding Dojo

    6 members Latest Activity: Jun 26, 2019 A Coding Dojo is a meeting where a bunch of coders get together to work on a programming challenge. They are there to have fun and to engage in…

  • JUG-AFRICA

    12 members Latest Activity: May 7, 2018 JUG-AFRICA is an umbrella Group for Java User Groups located on the continent of Africa.The idea behind JUG-AFRICA is to allow JUGs located within…

  • Idea Town

    4 members Latest Activity: Apr 3, 2011 Have a great idea? If you have a great idea, tell the world!

  • Contest Town

    9 members Latest Activity: Apr 13, 2010 Everyone likes a challenge. How about a contest? If you like to flex your muscle, why not join us here at Contest Town. You'll find some challenging…

  • .Net Town

    18 members Latest Activity: Apr 13, 2020 What's up with .Net in your neck of the woods? We'll discuss all the basics here. Eventually, we'l break out separate groups for C#, etc...

  • Wikipedia Place

    9 members Latest Activity: Oct 27, 2011 We've had a unique opportunity to speak with Brion Vibber recently at the October Orlandojug meeting. Let's discuss what we learned for those who…

  • Community Corral

    23 members Latest Activity: Aug 23, 2012 Are you interested in social networks? We're talking about virtual communities here. Community builders use tools and techniques. We'll discuss them…

  • Scala

    5 members Latest Activity: Jul 27, 2011 Scala is a general programming language and it runs on JVM. It's a static typed language with many features that make code concise and flexible.

  • Jobs

    75 members Latest Activity: Apr 13, 2020

    Post jobs here. Payment details are here. PayPal…

  • Freelance Village

    11 members Latest Activity: Jul 6, 2018 Freelancing? Whether you're new or an old timer, this is the place for you! Share your tips and explore the possibilities here.

  • SOA Governance

    7 members Latest Activity: Mar 28, 2013 Discussion area for both design-time and run-time governance of SOA applications.

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InfoQ Reading List

Article: Agile Development Applied to Machine Learning Projects

Machine learning is a powerful new tool, but how does it fit in your agile development? Developing ML with agile has a few challenges that new teams coming up in the space need to be prepared for - from new roles like Data Scientists to concerns in reproducibility and dependency management.

By Jay Palat

Article: Saga Orchestration for Microservices Using the Outbox Pattern

The outbox pattern, implemented via change data capture, is a proven approach for addressing the concern of data exchange between microservices. The saga pattern, as demonstrated in this article, is useful for data updates that span multiple microservices.

By Gunnar Morling

How Kanban Can Support Evolutionary Change

Evolutionary change is about starting where you are and improving one small change at a time. You need a stressor, a reflection mechanism, and an act of leadership to provoke change and institutionalize it. Understanding empathy allows change agents to find out what resonates with someone and work around resistance.

By Ben Linders

Newly Refactored Vite 2.0 Still Focuses on Speed, Is Now Framework-Agnostic

Evan You, the creator of the Vue.js front-end framework, recently released a new major iteration of Vite, a build tool that focuses on build speed and short feedback loops. Vite 2.0 is a complete refactoring of the previous version around a framework-agnostic core. Vite 2.0 features a new plugin format and improved programmatic API that strive to make it easy to build new tools on top of Vite.

By Bruno Couriol

Presentation: C#'s Functional Journey

Mads Torgersen discusses how object-oriented languages, particularly C#, have adopted functional features, and what is to expect next.

By Mads Torgersen

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