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Text Analytics vs. Sentiment Analysis | Clarabridge

Text Analytics vs. Sentiment Analysis | Clarabridge | PDG Web Development | Scoop.it
Simply put, text analytics gives you the meaning. Sentiment analysis gives you insight into the emotion behind the words.
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Building Things Quickly With Flask

Building Things Quickly With Flask | PDG Web Development | Scoop.it
Last week GameChanger Engineer Erik Taubeneck presented at the Flask NYC meetup on how to build things quickly with Flask.
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Building Microservices Using an API Gateway | NGINX

Building Microservices Using an API Gateway | NGINX | PDG Web Development | Scoop.it
Learn why and how to build microservices using API gateways for client-to-application communications.
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Let’s Build A Web Server. Part 3.

Let’s Build A Web Server. Part 3. | PDG Web Development | Scoop.it
“We learn most when we have to invent” —Piaget In Part 2 you created a minimalistic WSGI server that could handle basic HTTP GET requests. And I asked you a question, “How can you make your server handle more than one request at a time?
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10 Python Machine Learning Projects on GitHub

10 Python Machine Learning Projects on GitHub | PDG Web Development | Scoop.it
Here is a list of top Python Machine learning projects on GitHub. A continuously updated list of open source learning projects is available on Pansop. scikit…
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Bottled Water: Real-time integration of PostgreSQL and Kafka

Bottled Water: Real-time integration of PostgreSQL and Kafka | PDG Web Development | Scoop.it
Summary: Confluent is starting to explore the integration of databases with event streams. As part of the first step in this exploration, Martin Kleppmann has made a new open source tool called Bot...
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Elasticsearch Percolator & Luwak: a performance comparison of streamed search implementations

Elasticsearch Percolator & Luwak: a performance comparison of streamed search implementations | PDG Web Development | Scoop.it
Open source & enterprise search
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Building a Movie Recommendation Service with Apache Spark & Flask - Part 1 | Codementor

Building a Movie Recommendation Service with Apache Spark & Flask - Part 1 | Codementor | PDG Web Development | Scoop.it
Codementor provides instant 1:1 help for software development. Build projects faster with on-demand live help from expert developers.
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Scaling Elasticsearch at Egnyte | Egnyte Blog

Scaling Elasticsearch at Egnyte | Egnyte Blog | PDG Web Development | Scoop.it
Search is a complex problem on its own, and when you add content indexing to it, it becomes an even more complex problem. When Egnyte started, most open source, distributed search systems were in their infancy or non-existent. At that time, Lucene was the best search library available so we used that as a base to cook up a distributed search solution of our own. Egnyte has been growing quickly over the past few years, and scaling the home-grown distributed search was becoming a painful job for an already busy devops and engineering team at Egnyte.. Last year, we started looking for some alternatives out there. We were looking for a solution that had:
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Summarising, Aggregating, and Grouping data in Python Pandas | Shane Lynn

Summarising, Aggregating, and Grouping data in Python Pandas | Shane Lynn | PDG Web Development | Scoop.it
Personal website of Shane Lynn, computer engineer and data scientist living in Dublin, Ireland
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How we scaled: 300K QPS & 3-5B requests a day

How we scaled: 300K QPS & 3-5B requests a day | PDG Web Development | Scoop.it
Building a web-scale system is hard, especially when you have a really small team (<10 in engineering). But building goo…
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Analyzing Data with Python

Analyzing Data with Python | PDG Web Development | Scoop.it
In this webcast led by Sarah Guido, you'll get a bird's eye overview of some of the best tools for data analysis and how you can apply them to your workflow.
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Understanding Non Blocking I/O with Python - Part 1

This article is the first in the series of understanding how Non Blocking I/O works in Python. This article takes example of a simple TCP server and client as an example and improves the client script to be non-blocking using select module. At last, we see example of how to implement an event loop for handling network events using select and generators in Python.
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Elasticsearch — A High-Performance Full-Text Search Engine

Elasticsearch — A High-Performance Full-Text Search Engine | PDG Web Development | Scoop.it
Help in choosing the best full-text search solution, and when to choose Elasticsearch over a conventional database management system.
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Integrating Apache Kafka with Apache Spark Streaming using Python - ClearStackNow.com

Integrating Apache Kafka with Apache Spark Streaming using Python - ClearStackNow.com | PDG Web Development | Scoop.it
I am trying to integrate Apache Kafka with Apache spark streaming using Python (I am new to all these).
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A Dive into the Elasticsearch Storage

A Dive into the Elasticsearch Storage | PDG Web Development | Scoop.it
In this article we'll investigate the files written to the data directory by various parts of Elasticsearch.
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