Vídeos de programación

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Get a glimpse into the exciting Elastic Talks event featuring discussions on vector and hybrid search in Elasticsearch. Join us for an evening filled with a insightful talk, engaging Q&A session, and networking opportunities. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere as Elasticsearch enthusiasts gather to explore the cutting-edge advancements in search technology. This teaser captures the energy and excitement of the event, giving you a sneak peek into the valuable insights and connections awaiting you. Don't miss out on this opportunity to stay ahead of the curve in search innovation. Stay tuned for the full event coverage! 👉 Full talk at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9v_7R-buFVc&ab_channel=Apiumhub -- Visit our site: https://apiumhub.com/ Learn more about our ApiumAcademy courses: https://apiumacademy.com/ Attend our event, Global Software Architecture Summit: https://gsas.io/ VYou, our digital product: https://vyou-app.com/en/ Koople, our Feature Flags tool: https://www.koople.io/ -- Social: https://twitter.com/Apium_hub https://www.linkedin.com/company/apium_hub/mycompany/ https://www.instagram.com/apiumhub/
Immerse yourself in the realm of Elasticsearch's Vector and Hybrid Search with a captivating video presentation featuring Philipp Krenn, Elastic's Developer Advocate and EMEA team lead. Gain profound insights into the evolution of search, from traditional methods to the transformative power of machine learning models. Discover the limitations of "Classic" search, explore vector search and hybrid search in Elasticsearch, and witness the intersection of Elastic with advanced technologies like OpenAI's ChatGPT. Join us for an enlightening experience, accompanied by delectable food and refreshments, and unlock new dimensions in the world of search. -- Visit our site: https://apiumhub.com/ Learn more about our ApiumAcademy courses: https://apiumacademy.com/ Attend our event, Global Software Architecture Summit: https://gsas.io/ VYou, our digital product: https://vyou-app.com/en/ Koople, our Feature Flags tool: https://www.koople.io/ -- Social: https://twitter.com/Apium_hub https://www.linkedin.com/company/apium_hub/mycompany/ https://www.instagram.com/apiumhub/ -- 0:00:00 Introduction 0:08:00 Talk
The Global Software Architecture Summit (GSAS) is a 3-day event that aims to attract and connect software architecture experts from all over the world as well as all those interested in building working software to improve their skills, share knowledge, and connect. The event features two days of talks by industry experts such as Mark Richards, Neal Ford, Nathaniel Schutta and one day of workshops. It is focused on software architecture topics as backend & frontend development, DDD, mobile development techniques, software architecture models & beyond. The summit is held every year, so if you are interested in attending do not hesitate to buy your ticket. It is an excellent opportunity to give your career a boost and meet professionals in the industry. EVENT ORGANIZER: APIUMHUB Apiumhub is a software development hub that solves complex problems with high-quality solutions. Our purpose is to build scalable software to help our clients strengthen their businesses with powerful technology. Every year, we host this event in Barcelona to support the software architecture community and provide a space for the exchange of new and interesting ideas. -- GSAS website: https://gsas.io/ Organizer site: https://apiumhub.com/
Analytical data management systems have been hard to use, expensive and far removed from the actual processes. However, by revamping these systems to integrate with the application process, data transfer, deployment, and management can be significantly streamlined. This innovative approach opens up a plethora of new possibilities, including edge OLAP, running SQL queries in lambdas, and analyzing Big Data on laptops. Enter DuckDB, a novel analytical data management system that has been specifically designed for in-process use cases. DuckDB is SQL-enabled, easily integrated as a library, and boasts cutting-edge query processing techniques, such as vectorized execution and lightweight compression. It is also free and open-source software, distributed under the permissive MIT license. In my presentation, I will delve into the reasoning and design principles that underpin DuckDB, and offer a comprehensive overview of its inner workings.
Todos tenemos como propósito al empezar un proyecto no repetir los errores del pasado que tantos quebraderos de cabeza nos han dado, pero los proyectos largos que pasan por muchas manos nos arrollan y nuestro código sufre las consecuencias. En este webinar veremos buenas prácticas para asentar unas bases sólidas que nos permitirán evitar ir cosiendo partes en nuestro CSS y algunos tips de supervivencia cuando es inevitable convivir con Frankenstein. ¿Quién es el ponente? Noe Medina. Desarrolladora Frontend apasionada por el CSS.
Images are a rich source of information about our environment, and deep learning has enabled us to extract insights from them with unprecedented accuracy and efficiency. In this talk, we will explore how deep learning can be used to gain insights about places, using images as the primary source of data. Specifically, I will explain how I used AI to analyse crowd-sourced ratings of over 200,000 images of Great Britain from the online game Scenic-Or-Not to help us understand what beautiful places are composed of. I also trained an AI algorithm to be able to tell how beautiful a place is. I will also talk about how we are using Deep Learning at Zoopla to gather interesting insights about properties. Ultimately, this talk will demonstrate how deep learning can revolutionise the way we analyse and understand places.
In the pre-cloud era, computer systems were operated by the organizations which depended upon them. This on-premises approach gave organizations great power over their systems, however, “with great power comes great responsibility” and organizations were left with the ongoing burden of deploying and managing their own infrastructure. Today, Cloud computing has removed much of the responsibility of deploying systems, however, it has also removed much of the power that organizations once had. Organizations must place their trust in the cloud to secure the confidentiality and integrity of their data. In this talk, I'll consider whether it is possible to regain control over data in the cloud (great power with none of the responsibility) and even enable multiple untrusted parties to compute together on untrusted infrastructure. I’ll introduce the Confidential Consortium Framework (aka CCF), an open-source framework for building a new category of secure multiparty applications with confidentiality, integrity protection, and high availability. CCF utilizes hardware-based trusted execution environments for remotely verifiable confidentiality and code integrity, backed by an auditable and immutable distributed ledger for data integrity and high availability. CCF even enables application developers to bring both their own application logic and a custom multi-party governance model, in the form of a programmable constitution. By the conclusion of this talk, I hope to have convinced you that distributing systems does not necessarily mean distributing trust in the era of confidential computing in the cloud. You can learn more about CCF today at: https://ccf.dev/
Si te quedaste con ganas de más en la mesa redonda donde conocimos al equipo que hay detrás de la aplicación de Oysho Training… ¡no te puedes perder este #Spotlight! / https://youtu.be/cjjJIpvJ-lc . Este equipazo está conformado por Noelia Martín-Albo Product Designer, Javier Rodríguez Senior Design Researcher y Sam Carretié, también Senior Design Researcher todos en Sngular y Jorge Vicente Lead UX/UI de Oysho. Durante este evento especial de "Ask Me Anything" (Pregúntame lo que quieras), nos sumergiremos en la experiencia de Oysho Training y descubriremos cómo esta marca líder en moda deportiva, entre otros, ha logrado mantenerse en la cima del mercado. Oysho Training es una plataforma digital de entrenamiento deportivo que ofrece una amplia variedad de clases y programas diseñados para mejorar el bienestar físico y mental de sus usuarios. Esta plataforma cuenta con una gran cantidad de contenidos que se adaptan a los diferentes niveles y necesidades de cada persona, y que están dirigidos por un equipo de expertos en fitness y bienestar. En este vídeo, exploraremos los siguientes temas clave: ☑ Introducción a Oysho Training: Conoce más sobre la marca, su filosofía y su enfoque en el mundo del entrenamiento. ☑ App de entrenamiento de Oysho: Descubre los aspectos fundamentales de la aplicación que han llevado a Oysho al éxito, teniendo una valoración de 4,8 en la App Store. Por su interfaz, su usabilidad y sus contenidos, incluyendo la combinación de actividades físicas, la atención a la salud y el bienestar para sus usuarios y usuarias. ☑ Los expertos detrás de la aplicación: Conoce a los profesionales que han trabajado detrás del diseño de Oysho Training para desarrollar programas efectivos y personalizados, a través de la investigación de usuario y testing. ☑ Preguntas y respuestas: Durante esta sesión especial de Spotlight "Ask Me Anything", compartiremos las preguntas más interesantes y relevantes de nuestra comunidad de diseñadores. ¿Hablamos? Sí estás buscando un equipo profesional para diseñar y desarrollar tu producto digital, puedes hablar directamente con nosotros/as, enviando un correo a design@sngular.com contándonos un poco más sobre tu proyecto. Gracias a todos los usuarios y participantes de este Design Spotlight by SNGULAR & UXER School. ¡Nos vemos muy pronto!
Yes, that’s right, geneTic, not geneRic. Genetic algorithms are a way to “evolve” solutions to a problem, similar to real-world biological evolution. This often reveals great solutions that humans probably would never have thought of, such as the twisty NASA ST5 spacecraft antenna, developed by a genetic algorithm in 2006! This talk will explain the concept and its terms, and then walk you through some examples, including creating a simple generic genetic-algorithm “runner”, and multiple algorithms for it to run, such as characters to fit D&D classes and mead recipes to yield specified levels of sweetness and strength.