Artificial Intelligence: The Cornerstone of Big Data

Fred Jacquet. AI Zone. 2017-07-26.
Do you believe the hype that AI is the next big thing? Read on to help you make your decision and learn how big data has led to the rise of AI.

[Artificial Intelligence: The Cornerstone of Big Data]

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Model View Presenter on Asp.Net using WebFormsMVP framework

Ronald Widha. 2010-05-30.
Slightly more than a year ago, I wrote two posts on opting for MVC pattern on Asp.net Webform (Asp.Net MVC without using ’˜the framework part1 and part 2: a good example of unit testing). A few months ago, I heard about Tatham Oddie’s project WebForms MVP, which until yesterday I totally forgot about. All thanks to @mosessaur’s tweet, I decided to have a quick look at it and really loving it!

[Model View Presenter on Asp.Net using WebFormsMVP framework]

Create .NET Standard 2.0 packages with Visual Studio 2017

2017-05-23. Microsoft Docs.
Applies to NuGet 4.x+ and MSBuild 15.3+ as provided with Visual Studio 2017 Update 3. For earlier versions of Visual Studio 2017, these instructions apply to .NET Standard 1.4 to 1.6 by changing the <TargetFramework> property. Also see Create .NET Standard Packages with Visual Studio 2015 for working with NuGet 3.x+.
The .NET Standard Library is a formal specification of .NET APIs intended to be available on all .NET runtimes, thus establishing greater uniformity in the .NET ecosystem. The .NET Standard Library defines a uniform set of BCL (Base Class Library) APIs for all .NET platforms to implement, independent of workload. It enables developers to produce PCLs that are usable across all .NET runtimes, and reduces if not eliminates platform-specific conditional compilation directives in shared code.
This guide will walk you through creating a nuget package targeting .NET Standard Library 2.0 with Visual Studio 2017 Update 3 and NuGet 4.0.

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Create .NET Standard packages with Visual Studio 2015

2017-09-01. Microsoft Docs.
Applies to NuGet 3.x. See Create .NET Standard Packages with Visual Studio 2017 for working with NuGet 4.x+.
The .NET Standard Library is a formal specification of .NET APIs intended to be available on all .NET runtimes, thus establishing greater uniformity in the .NET ecosystem. The .NET Standard Library defines a uniform set of BCL (Base Class Library) APIs for all .NET platforms to implement, independent of workload. It enables developers to produce PCLs that are usable across all .NET runtimes, and reduces if not eliminates platform-specific conditional compilation directives in shared code.
This guide will walk you through creating a nuget package targeting .NET Standard Library 1.4. This will work across .NET Framework 4.6.1, Universal Windows Platform 10, .NET Core, and Mono/Xamarin. For details, see the .NET Standard mapping table later in this topic.

[Create .NET Standard packages with Visual Studio 2015]