Overview Before we dig in to clustering techniques and algorithms, let’s briefly talk about what Data Mining is. Simply, data mining is looking for previously unknown, and potentially important information from significantly large amounts of data. The process of data analysis can be done in an automatic or semiautomatic way to discover meaningful patterns […]
In a world where information is power, big data is a concept that is adhered and practiced by many industries. The concept of big data describes of extremely large data sets that may be analyzed computationally to reveal patterns, trends, and associations, especially relating to human behavior and interactions. Having large quantities of data is […]
Well, I was one of the speaker’s at the Colombo Big Data Meetup which was held yesterday and I talked about Google’s BigQuery. Hence I have decided to write a blog on that so that you could benefit if you are a Big Data Fan. What is Big Data? There are so many […]
People who have worked with GoLang might already know how hard it is to debug GoLang. Without a proper tool it would be very hard when developing and debugging applications using GoLang. But now the hardship is over. Now there are tools which can overcome those issues. Sublime Text is one of the tools which can […]
Customer Service Technology With communication to transactions going digital in a technologically advanced age many companies are turning to technology to resolve customer issues and enhance their customer service experience. With the target audience of products and services becoming more diverse and geographically dispersed, using sophisticated technology and tools to manage customer services can help […]
Second screen is a fairly simple concept, where a person viewing content on a primary device, which is usually a television or computer screen, uses a secondary device such as an iPad, Tablet or Smartphone to simultaneously consume and absorb additional information on the same content viewed through the primary device. In other words “second […]
Windows Communication Foundation services needs to be accessed through different type of client applications. However, those clients need different types of bindings.