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Although mathematically elegant, back-propagation isn't perfect. Instead consider using particle swarm optimization (PSO) to train your neural network; here's how.
Apple's latest mobile operating system is chock full of developer goodies. Learn about some of the best ones, and how to build them with C# and Xamarin.
Learn how to cluster your numeric data using the k-means algorithm in this step-by-step guide.
Learn how to process CSV files using the Template Method Pattern in a sample C# application.
Nick Randolph connects a Windows Phone application to the cloud to save and retrieve data, then uses a local SQLite database to cache data for offline use.
Last time, Eric Vogel provided an overview of the Oculus Rift VR headset. In Part 2, he starts building a game with it.
SignalR is well-known by .NET developers as a way to handle communications. Find out what it can do in your iOS and Android apps, too.
Particle swarm optimization isn't usually seen as the first-choice technique for training a neural network but, as James McCaffrey demonstrates, it's a useful alternative.
Use custom-built .NET Framework 4.0 classes to connect an ASP.NET Web application to a SQL Server 2012 database.
Learn how to implement the Bridge Pattern in .NET by building a Windows Store radio application.
Creating Web applications with a consistent interface can be time-consuming. Using Twitter Bootstrap, you can quickly scaffold out nice-looking Web applications. Here's how.
Eric Vogel covers the Oculus Rift VR headset and how to put it too good use in your .NET apps in Part 1 of this series.
James McCaffrey walks you through whys and hows of using k-fold cross-validation to gauge the quality of your neural network values.
Use custom-built .NET 4.0 classes to connect an application to a SQL Server 2012 database.
Yes, sometimes you need sophisticated libraries that handle HTTP requests asynchronously, but in other situations that can be overkill. An old Internet Explorer API may have a solution.
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