The AWS Models Java Sample Code demonstrates how to interact with the API to access cloud services. Learn more at https://github.com/aws/aws-sdk-java/tree/master/aws-java-sdk-models/src/main/resources/models
San Francisco startup Prior Knowledge recently released in public beta their predictive analytics API called Veritable. They want to enable every developer with big data prediction tools, without becoming a quant genius first. Just upload a dataset, execute analysis, make predictions and watch the sparks fly.
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One of the more frustrating things about using business applications is they invariably impose some form of workflow that is baked into software. Vendors have long argued that these workflows are essentially amalgamations of best practices that the vendor has painstakingly aggregated while researching and developing the application.