So we’re finally here where the rubber meets the road. The sixth course in the series and it gets serious…
It’s been a few months, but it is time for the next instalment of the Data Science Specialisation. Next up off the back of the interestingly named, but ultimately mundane Exploratory Data Analysis is Reproducible Research.
In this post I’m going to take you through the steps of setting up a Neo4J instance on Digital Ocean and how to secure it with either the Authentication Extension if you are using a version of Neo4J 2.1.x and below or the out of the box functionality in 2.2.x. and above.
So we’re into the fourth instalment of the John Hopkins Data Science Specialization on Coursera.
Getting and Cleaning Data is the third part of the John Hopkins Data Science specialization on Coursera.
The starting point for this guide can be found on the home page for Spring Boot. It is just a simple service that returns Hello World! as JSON.
One open source project that I have made a couple of modest contribution to is a lightweight JavaParser. In the way that most open source contributions start – because it was broken for my particular use ;-).
This is a quick guide on how to add unmanaged dependencies to your Maven project.
By unmanaged dependencies I am referring to those that are not pulled down from Maven Central or an alternative repository defined in a section of the pom.
Out of the box the Neo4J administration console is not secured, aside from the fact it only accepts connections from localhost by default. So if you are going to release your application into the wild you will need some way to secure it, and accept connections from other machines.