Want to create an artificial neural network? Learn step by step how to create a model for recognizing handwritten digits.
So much data is unstructured. Learn how natural language processing in Python can help you analyze a bunch of unstructured textual data.
An eCommerce store enables businesses to reach a larger market. In this tutorial, we explain how you can create an eCommerce store with WooCommerce.
Have you been using Git for some time, but never in a team environment? We cover the Git techniques that you must be familiar with before you join a team.
Shaumik Daityari walks through the simple steps of creating your own WordPress Widget via a plugin, even if you don't have a lot of experience with WordPress or writing code.
Shaumik Daityari looks at the basic functionality of the WordPress database and the importance of backing up your database, exploring three ways of doing this — via a plugin that helps you in backup, via PhpMyAdmin, and through the command line.
If your WordPress site isn't performing well, one of the improvements to consider is to implement caching. In this post, Shaumik Daityari takes you beyond the layman's understanding of caching, explaining how to implement it in a website to improve WordPress site performance.
Mobile marketing requires a different approach in developing countries, where smartphone penetration is low. We look at three of those strategies.
Shaumik Daityari looks at what makes Python suited to web development, and why it's the go-to language for an increasing number of web developers.
Shaumik Daityari shows you how to get a tech MVP online without spending a cent.
Shaumik Daityari describes in simple steps how to update your GitHub fork via the command line interface.
Shaumik Daityari looks at the subtle differences you might face when shifting your development environment from Ubuntu to OS X, and vice versa.
In this article, Shaumik Daityari will teach you how to deploy a Django applicaiton for production using mod_wsgi on Ubuntu 14.04.
Shaumik Daityari follows up his first look at Kimono with a look at the improvements the web service has made, focused on infinite scroll, pagination and JS