Put your data to work on the modern web
Create attractive visualizations using Python’s most popular libraries.
Take web design to new levels by creating modern web designs and animations.
The Linux operating system is more relevant than ever for a wide range of everyday tasks. With the proper commands, you can perform remote system administration, back up data, lock down security, access network resources, and so much more. This Learning Path covers everything you need to be a competent Linux system administrator.
Go, the new open source language from Google, is known for its simple syntax, rich library, easy concurrency, and scalability. It’s used in software systems where "scale big and run fast" is the daily mantra. As you work through real-world examples and task-based lessons, you'll learn the complete language and discover how useful Go can be.
Get up and running with your own Cassandra database
Even though computers can't read, they're very effective at extracting information from natural language text. They can determine the main themes in the text, figure out if the writers of the text have positive or negative feelings about what they've written, decide if two documents are similar, add labels to documents, and more.
Reactive programming is shaping the future of how we model data. With reactive, not only can you concisely wrangle and analyze static data, you can effectively work with data as a real-time infinite feed. Reactive Extensions (Rx) first gained traction in 2009 and has been ported to over a dozen major languages and platforms.
Tackle common machine learning problems with Google’s TensorFlow library and build deployable solutions