Our stock sentiment analysis system has been working like a charm now for a little over 3 days. There was some confusion on the Yahoo News API which caused a temporary outage. But the data has moved around enough such that we can now start showing some data science on the collected data and see if we cannot make some educated choices in what we expect the stock price to do in the upcoming weeks.
In Part 1 of this series we created a simple Go function to extract the content of a web page. In this posting, we are going to take that function and use the nicely developed http package of golang to expose that function as a microservice. Continue reading Part 6: Creating a Go Web Content Extraction Microservice
If you’re like me you know the process of bringing up a Java WAR app like Jenkins can be some what cumbersome if you have to go and hunt down the Oracle JDK. A rather clunky and manual set of pre-requisites, including setting environment variables like JAVA_HOME, while easy to do, introduces a lot more opportunities for getting side tracked while simply getting Jenkins installed. Continue reading Quickie: Quick Jenkins with Docker