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  • Battle of Wards

    Last summer, my family and I went to Paris. One night. We were out for dinner and were looking for a parking space near the restaurant we had targeted. While we were hunting a parking space near the restaurant, we got distance from it. So, we had to walk down a couple of streets to get to the restaurant. As we start walking, we felt unsafe since many strangers were wandering around or sitting in a group in the dark. We were worried about how safe it will be to return to our car in a couple of hours. We decided to go back to our car and find somewhere more close to the restaurant. Sadly, we couldn’t find any parking space. So, We decided to call the restaurant and ask for their local expertise. We wondered how safe this neighbourhood is?

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  • Getting started with Azure DevOps Services

    This article will present the process of configuring Azure DevOps Services to an existing project. Our development flow is somehow similar to the Git-Flow in the way that we have two main branches master and develop and we’re going to to trigger CI/CD operations on new commits that are pushed to these branches. For this purpose, we are going to use Azure Pipelines. Azure Pipelines is free for public projects, but if you use private projects, you can run up to 1,800 minutes (30 hours) of pipeline jobs for free every month. Learn more about how the pricing works based on parallel jobs.

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  • Implementing a Solution to Multiple Traveling Salesman Problem

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  • MVVM Light and WPF

    MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) is a software architectural pattern, mostly used in WPF and other xaml based projects. It separates the UI design related codes from the back-end logic of the project. In this article, we give a short review on MVVM and then move on to create a WPF project using MVVM Light toolkit which includes project creation, data bindings, navigation and messaging.

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  • A brief description on Q-Learning and how it is implemented

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  • Jekyll Front Matter

    Jekyll is using something so-called Front matter which is used to set variables or page’s metadata on a page and use them on runtime. YAML front matter must always be at the top of the document:

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  • MySQL Scheduled Backup

    Have you ever attempted to set up an automated backup of your MySQL database? The process of creating a scheduled backup is not as easy as SQL Server. In MySQL, we must use the command line to make this process automatically. The method uses a batch file to automatically backup and zip files each night at midnight. This happens using mysqldump command-line tool using Windows Task Scheduler:

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