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blockchain-comparison
Sep 06

Eight Blockchain platforms for rapid prototyping

By Shyam Purkayastha | Cloud Computing

Blockchain, the brainchild of a person or a group of people known by the pseudonym, Satoshi Nakamoto, was developed as a secured distributed database in 2008. Since then, it has found many applications in securing and streamlining distributed ledger and transaction based applications across the world. In this post, we explore eight  popular Blockchain platforms that you can try out to quickly build a prototype application.   

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Blockchain for Agri Supply Chain
Sep 02

How Blockchain can Revolutionize Agricultural Supply Chain – Part 1

By Shyam Purkayastha | Cloud Computing

Information sharing has become the cornerstone of our daily activity. It has many modes like in the case of sharing information between two different companies, departments within an organization or among a group of individuals. When this information sharing becomes a requirement as part of a business process, it becomes all the more necessary to nurture it effectively. This greatly assists in improving the efficiency of the process and conducting audits when the need arises. Blockchain is one of those emerging technologies which is finding newer applications every day and many of these applications are addressing the problem of authentic information sharing.

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VueJS Widget Building
Aug 10

30 Minutes to Build a Visualization Widget Using Vue.JS

By Vishwasrao Salunkhe | Open Web

In this blog post, we will explore the “new kid in the block” in the javascript UI framework space. We are talking about Vue.JS. VueJS provides a slightly different approach to the usual View focussed javascript UI frameworks and does seem to have a slight edge over others. In this post, we will do a quick Vue.JS tutorial and also show you how to build a Vue.JS widget using a simple visualization component.

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Watson Image Recognition
Jul 07

Build an Interactive and Visually Driven Online Campaign with Watson Visual Recognition

By Shyam Purkayastha | Machine Learning

There are many occasions where visual content delivers more engaging and enriching experiences than the typical data-driven approach. Using IBM Watson Visual Recognition service, you can analyze and extract objects from images to gather quantitative data.

In this tutorial, you’ll leverage Watson Visual Recognition to build a worldwide campaign to experience the power of visually-driven data stories. The tutorial will show you how to leverage the IBM Watson Visual Recognition capabilities to build an interactive, image-driven storyline.

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