Building reusable Angular NPM packages

My previous blog post argued that one of the most important principles of programming is to avoid code-duplication, and rather reuse existing code for the same functionality – it aimed at providing insights into how anyone could implement their own code-sharing strategy. This blog post will further elaborate on this by showing a concrete example of how you in ...

Implementing your own code-sharing platform

When finding yourself developing different applications in the same domain you will most likely come across the need for using the same functionality that have already been implemented in another application. However, in a project with many different applications, code repositories, microservices and developers, it is not by any means straight forward to adopt a ...

Data Science newsletter 2017-11

The Data Science community group in Computas work on monthly newsletters that we will publish continously on this blog. This post will present the newsletter for November, where we have divided the content into three different sections: «Getting started», «Beginner Tutorials», and «Advanced». We hope you enjoy it! Getting started This section includes links to articles where one ...

Data Science newsletter 2017-10

The Data Science community group in Computas work on monthly newsletters that we will publish continously on this blog. This post will present the newsletter for October, where we have divided the content into three different sections: «Getting started», «Beginner Tutorials», and «Advanced». We hope you enjoy it! Getting started This section includes links to articles where one ...

Data Science newsletter 2017-09

The Data Science community group in Computas work on monthly newsletters that we will publish continously on this blog. The first newsletter out is the one for September, where we have divided the content into three different sections: «Getting started», «Beginner Tutorials», and «Advanced». We hope you enjoy it! Getting started This section includes links to articles where ...

Integrating applications with Azure Active Directory in .NET Core

Microsoft Active Directory (AD) is a directory service for Windows domain networks, such as the domain network in an organization. When developing applications we often come across the need for integrating with Microsoft Active Directory, such as authenticating users within an organization and performing certain operations within the domain of the organization. In this post ...

Disclosing patterns and phenomena in crime with semantic technologies

Event Registration is a prototype developed for the Police in Norway, with the aim of supporting investigations, preventing crime, and providing statistics for better enterprise governance. The entire back-end stack of the system is based on semantic technologies integrated with Java, by adopting the Apache Jena framework for semantic programming. RDF – flexible statements Semantic ...