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NOTE: This is an update of a previous article Introduction Understanding the Market Players Understanding AI as a Service AI as a Service Applications Advantages and Disadvantages Introduction Mckinsey estimated the potential total annual value of AI $9.5T-$15.4T Servion Global Solutions predicts that AI will power 25% of customer interactions by 2025 Gartner expects that AI will create 2.3M jobs and will displace 1.8M A few years ago, writing a software application that performs…

Salam everyone! I am very happy to share that I have published the third Pluralsight course! the course is titled "Visualizing Data on AWS." The course explains easy to use and powerful visualization tool called AWS QuickSight. http://app.pluralsight.com/library/courses/visualizing-data-aws

Salam Everyone! I am planning to start small email courses that come in daily or weekly chunks! The suggestions currently are around machine learning, developer techniques, and career branding. Please help me by filling the following short survey, so I share the content you prefer https://www.smartercode.io/email-course-survey

Salam! I am very happy to share I have published my second Pluralsight course, Exploratory Data Analysis with AWS Machine Learning The course discusses a curcial aspects of data analysis and machine learning, which are descriptive stats, visualizations and data preparation. The course follow a hands-on based learning approach! What it to learn how to get the maximum out of your data.

Hello everyone! We’ve been spending a lot of time in the last blog posts understanding what bad code is, how to objectively measure it, and even more, how to refactor a committed crime. And now, the time comes to understand how we can brilliantly craft a well-designed (hopefully?) greenfield project that is easy to maintain, to read, and to extend in the future. The purpose of software engineering is to control complexity not to create…

So, you got to know what are the consequences of bad code (here & here). You also got to understand how you can objectively decide if a particular piece of code is horrible or not (here). Then comes the question: Ok, I have inherited this devilish system. What should I do to improve it aside from nagging to my manager? Luckily, again, the software industry is experienced in dealing with such Brownfield projects. But before…

Hi everyone! Here I am back after a long vacation (one month and a half!) in my home country, Sudan. It was an amazing vacation where I met many old friends, relatives and enjoyed our local food! Returning to blogging. I discussed why you should aggressively invest in your coding skills in Part-1 and Part-2. I hope that I made a clear case and convinced you that writing good code is not a luxury but…

Hi everyone, I am very excited to announce that Mohammed Osman is officially a Pluralsight author! I have produced a new course titled Building Your First Machine Learning Solution: https://app.pluralsight.com/library/courses/building-machine-learning-solution The course teaches machine learning in a hands-on approach while explaining the necessary theory in just enough depth! Search No further, Building Your First Machine Learning solution is there.

In the first part of this series, I shared some reasons why I believe writing bad code is a horrible idea, here I continue on that before sharing resources and tips to improve coding quality in the third part. Bad code hinders technology Another curse with the lousy code is that it can severely limit your opportunities to upgrade to newer technology. For example, imagine that you use a regular ASP.NET WebApp with a regular…

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