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Amazon S3 FAQ

If you’re not aware of Amazon S3 Service, I’d suggest you to read Amazon Simple Storage Service? before going through the FAQ. Amazon S3 is object storage built to store and retrieve any a...

AWS for Disaster Recovery

Any kind of failure can negatively impact a business value and when designing an application we need to proactively design for events like that. The preparation of recovering from a failure is Disa...

AWS IAM FAQ

If you’re not aware of AWS IAM Web Service, I’d suggest you to read What is AWS IAM? before going through the FAQ. You can use AWS IAM to securely control individual and group access to yo...

Amazon EC2 FAQ

If you’re not aware of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud Service, I’d suggest you to read What is Amazon EC2? before going through the FAQ. Starting July 2018, all newly created EC2 resources w...

Akka Actor Model

What’s an actor model? The actor model in computer science is a mathematical model of concurrent computation that treats “actors” as the universal primitives of concurrent computation. In response ...

Callbacks in Javascript

When a function accepts another functions as an argument, the contained function is called the callback function. Using callback functions is a core functional programming concept. Node is basica...

Install TensorFlow on Windows

Tensorflow installation steps on Windows using Anaconda: Install Anaconda from the website (best to install 3.6 version). Once installed, open terminal and check python version by running pyt...

Algorithm's Order of Growth

Order of Growth Reference: Algorithms by Robert Sedgewick and Kevin Wayne

Hoisting in Javascript

Hoisting is a Javascript mechanism where variables and functions are moved from where they appear. Only declarations are hoisted. Assignments or other executable logic are left in place. Func...

Notes on Quiescent Search & Branching Factor

Branching Factor The branching factor is the number of children at each node. The effective branching factor is the number of children generated by a “typical” node for a given search problem...