Explore the Unexplored! (Tech world)

Autumn is coming. This is the time when I like to grab a cup of hot tea and crawl under a warm blanket with my laptop. As a developer, it’s a good time to broaden your horizons with new knowledge. … Continue reading “Explore the Unexplored! (Tech world)”

A deep dive into Apache Cassandra – Part 1: Data Structure

Hey guys, during my studies I had to analyze the NoSQL database Cassandra as a possible replacement for a regular relational database. During my research I dove really deep into the architecture and the data model of Cassandra and I … Continue reading “A deep dive into Apache Cassandra – Part 1: Data Structure”

Quickstart: Get ready for 3rd Spoken CALL Shared Task

These days is Interspeech conference 2018 where I’m invited as a speaker and as they write on their website… Interspeech is the world’s largest and most comprehensive conference on the science and technology of spoken language processing. Coming Wednesday the … Continue reading “Quickstart: Get ready for 3rd Spoken CALL Shared Task”

5 Essential Things about Working with a Product Owner

When a team has issues at communication with their Product Owner you may have serious trouble coming towards you. Having problems dealing and talking with your Product Owner inherits a lot of risks for everyone, e.g. it can lead to … Continue reading “5 Essential Things about Working with a Product Owner”

Spring Cloud Netflix Sidecar Tutorial

Introduction Hey guys,this week’s post is about Microservices created with the various Spring Cloud frameworks and how to include services written in non-JVM programming languages into the Spring Cloud ecosystem using Spring Cloud Netflix Sidecar. Please be aware that this … Continue reading “Spring Cloud Netflix Sidecar Tutorial”

OpenCV & Tesseract: Android Computer Vision for Dummies

Introduction I got to know OpenCV as I investigated into computer vision solutions for a little startup called robodev GmbH (see here). There I developed possible ways for real-time object recognition and computation of angle and position of the recognized … Continue reading “OpenCV & Tesseract: Android Computer Vision for Dummies”