Saturday, April 22, 2017

Best Article Award

Today, I'm pleased to receive the best article award from CodeProject.  Thanks for your support and encouragement.

Article Ref:

My Inbox has the below note:

Hi Ganesan Senthilvel,
Congratulations! You have won CodeProject Best "Everything Else" Article of March 2017 Second Prize.
Type: Article
Location: Evolution of Microsoft Bot Framework 

Again - thanks for your contribution to the CodeProject community.
Best regards,
Sean and the CodeProject Team

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Friday, April 14, 2017

Hadoop 2 vs 3

After Doug Cutting released Hadoop - working with Yahoo, Big Data industry had the breaking point to adapt easily and fast.  Even after a decade, Hadoop is highly adapted in the industry with so much major releases.

Here is an interesting learning material to compare Hadoop 2.x and 3.x by DataFlair.  Ref:

Saturday, April 8, 2017

Vascular Biometrics

Recent technology invention is a biometric identification and security device known as PalmSecure. It works by identifying the vein pattern in the palms of our hands.

Similar to our fingerprints, vein patterns are unique to each individual. The purported advantages of this technology is that it is less expensive, easier to manage, and is more reliable than traditional methods of identification.

Vein recognition, otherwise known as vascular biometrics, refers to technology that measures parts of a subject’s circulatory system which is a s unique to her as a fingerprint. Segmented into different sub-modalities, vascular biometrics solutions use optical scanning technology to capture vein images in your palm, finger, or eyeball.

Because of the sub-dermal nature of veins, vascular biometrics are considered to be a highly secure modality. Whereas other types of biometrics, particularly where the cheaper consumer grade is concerned, have proven vulnerable to presentation attacks, vein patterns are virtually un-spoofable, especially considering that some vein readers require scanned veins to have blood flowing through them

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

IJCIR First Release

International Journal of Computational Intelligence Research (IJCIR) is a peer reviewed international journal with a key objective to provide the academic and industrial community a medium for presenting original cutting edge research related to computational intelligence and its applications.

IJCIR invites authors to submit their original and unpublished work that communicates current research on computational intelligence both the theoretical and methodological aspects, as well as various applications in real world problems from science, technology, business or commerce.

Glad to share the news about my first research publication at IJCIR.  Ref: