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5 Mistakes to Avoid with Agile Development


Andrew Baisden, Software Developer with over 8 years of experience, shares some of the most common mistakes to avoid with Agile software development. What is Agile Methodology Agile helps software development teams provide value to their clients quicker and with fewer difficulties through an incremental approach to project development and system design. An Agile team produces work in … Continued

How to Build a Machine Learning Recommendation Engine w/ TensorFlow & HarperDB


This article explains how to create a recommendation system using HarperDB and Custom Functions. With HarperDB we are able to deploy a machine learning model to servers located on the edge of the Internet to provide users with content recommendations. We have two examples to demonstrate how this can be done: a book recommender and a song recommender. … Continued

MEAN Stack Alternative: More Power with Less Stack


Technology stacks like LAMP, MEAN, and MERN have been a boon to developer productivity. With just four components you have everything you need to develop web applications quickly and easily. And while these stacks do provide a robust framework out of the box, they are not without complexity, and aren’t always designed to scale. As … Continued

3 Methods to Help Developers Succeed


Andrew Baisden, Software Developer with over 8 years of experience, shares tips on how to help software development teams succeed within your organization.  How to Help Developers Thrive A company’s strength comes from its teams and the structures that they have set in place for working on projects throughout the organization. You can hire some … Continued

Is Bun the New Node.js?


About a week has passed since the first version of Bun (v.0.1.x) was made publicly available. Introductory benchmarks are touting three-times the performance of Node and Deno for HTTP requests per second 🤯. In this article, Kris Zyp, a software engineer at HarperDB with decades of experience in the JavaScript open-source community, will share his … Continued

Using TensorFlowJS & HarperDB for Machine Learning


Implementing a Dog Breed Classifier Using Stanford Dogs and MobileNet with HarperDB Custom Functions Intro HarperDB is an easy-to-use database solution that has a simple method of creating endpoints to interact with data, called Custom Functions. These Custom Functions can even be used to implement a machine learning algorithm to classify incoming data. TensorFlowJS is … Continued