Benjamin Jakobus is a senior software engineer based in Rio de Janeiro. He graduated with a BSc in Computer Science from University College Cork and obtained an MSc in Advanced Computing from Imperial College London. For over 10 years he has worked on a wide range of products across Europe, the United States and Brazil. You can connect with him on LinkedIn.

Benjamin Jakobus has written 5 articles, which have been read 190202 times.
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Abstract: In this first tutorial on our Machine Learning Tutorial series, we will explain the very essence of computer science. Machine learning, far from being a magic pill, is a powerful problem-solving technique that works well for certain types of problems. What these problems look like, and exactly the different techniques that machine learning relies on to solve these problems, is the sole purpose of this Machine Learning tutorial series.
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Abstract: Comparing VueJS to Angular and React js based on account performance, functionality, design flexibility and the learning curve.
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Abstract: Vue.js an up-and-coming JavaScript library used to build web-interfaces. In this article, we will introduce you to the library, by building a small, single-page sample application. We will discuss how, why and when to use Vue.js, and introduce you to its elementary features. As such you will learn about templating, and how to develop components and directives to build interactive, performant user interfaces.
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Abstract: Look into a migrating scenario from a simple Bootstrap 3 website to Bootstrap 4, step by step. We will be using a small, single-page, demo website for this purpose.
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Abstract: Bootstrap has become the world’s favorite framework for building responsive web-projects. With the Bootstrap 4 Beta release just around the corner, it is time to take a more detailed look at what the project has to offer, what has changed and what one can expect when migrating over from Bootstrap 3.

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