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Weekly Newsletter (25 Jul 2022)
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Weekly Poll Results

Do you code on sick days?

Survey period: 18 Jul 2022 to 25 Jul 2022

Some stay in bed, som binge watch TV. And some of us can't keep away from the keyboard

OptionVotes% 
If I can reach a keyboard and see the monitor, then I'm coding638.45
If I'm feeling mentally up for it, sometimes14819.84
If I'm not too sick and absolutely have to get some coding done648.58
Depends on how sick, depends on what I get to code19426.01
Only in emergencies10313.81
No way, never. I'm sick, I'm off the compiler.17423.32

This week's survey: When buying a new computer, how important are each of the following?

Latest Additions

New articles added

Containers

  (3 votes) by Dariusz Trawinski (updated 5 days ago)
In this article, you will learn how to use key features of the OpenVINO™ Operator for Kubernetes.

Database Development

  (1 votes) by Aleksandr Ulanov (updated 5 days ago)
Learn how to use Redis and it's geospatial indexes and commands for complex geo calculations

Desktop Programming

  (10 votes) by Bruno van Dooren (updated 3 days ago)
This article demonstrates how to use Win32 transactions with file and registry operations

Internet of Things

  (1 votes) by Ahmed Hashesh (updated 6 days ago)
This article examines how Intel provides standardized specifications that streamline this environment.

OpenVINO

  (2 votes) by Devang Aggarwal (updated 3 days ago)
In this article we explain easy it is to install the OpenVINO Execution Provider for ONNX Runtime on your Linux or Windows machines and get that faster inference for your ONNX deep learning models.

Programming Languages

  (4 votes) by Ragesh_Hajela (updated 6 days ago)
NER systems can pull entities from an unstructured collection of natural language documents called as knowledge base. In this article we will show entity recognition from simple text using OpenVINO™ toolkit and you will see how to create the following pipeline to perform entity extraction.
  (3 votes) by Adrian Boguszewski (updated 4 days ago)
In this article, I will show you how to easily run inference on speech-to-text recognition models using OpenVINO™ so you can start applying this capability in your own applications.

Articles updated

Programming Languages

  (13 votes) by Jo_vb.net (updated 5 days ago)
This article and the demo are about getting started using my Schafkopf Starter Kit project.

Web Development

  (133 votes) by Dan Letecky (updated 4 days ago)
Weekly HTML5 event calendar with CSS themes, drag and drop support, date navigator. PHP and ASP.NET Core REST API backends.

New Tips and Tricks added

Desktop Programming

  (1 votes) by Jo_vb.net (updated 2 days ago)
This document and the demo are Part 2 of my Schafkopf Starter Kit project.

General Programming

  (6 votes) by Jon Randy (updated 6 days ago)
Safe monkey-patching for Javascript

Internet of Things

  (3 votes) by honey the codewitch (updated 3 days ago)
Easily blank the screen after a timeout period

Programming Languages

  (3 votes) by DiponRoy (updated 5 days ago)
Add execution time as a response header in ASP.NET Core

Web Development

  (1 votes) by DiponRoy (updated 2 days ago)
Set a generated unique id to HttpContext.TraceIdentifier using middleware.
  (0 votes) by Tarek Najem (updated 3 days ago)
A new Blazor component to facilitate the use of the FontAwesome framework in Blazor

New Technical Blogs added

Containers

  (2 votes) by Matt Pogue (updated 4 days ago)
Deploy XDR, host integrity, and more with Wazuh Server.



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