Posts by 'Ramandeep Singh Nanda' – Page 3

Ramandeep Singh Nanda

Opening Box Office Weekend Prediction


We investigate whether tweets the amount and sentiment in them can predict opening weekend of box office. Specifically we target a threshold i.e. around 30 million dollars, but more specifically it is the mean of the opening weekend of the entire dataset.

About the Dataset

Labeled data for classifying tweets

This dataset was obtained from multiple sources and contains manually labeled dataset.

Ramandeep Singh Nanda

ADF querying the policy store

Earlier, I had covered an example here, which showed how to dynamically create users and map the application roles to enterprise groups. In this post, the sample application is extended to show how you can query the application roles from the application stripe(application specific policies). To query the application ...

Ramandeep Singh Nanda

Automatically Detect Content Encoding

You might be aware that there are different content encoding formats for encoding the text. Generally, it is safe to use UTF encoding, but at least you would expect that the websites would specify the encoding format in the response. Alas, you might find certain sites , which just send the ...

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Analyzing memory leaks in Android

In this post I will share an example of analyzing memory leak in an Android application. I recently tried to integrate a popular android library ShowcaseView which can be used for first run demos in your android application. The thing is while testing the library, I noticed severe memory leaks ...

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Handling and Identifying SSL Handshake errors

SSL handshake errors can occur due to various reasons such as Self Signed certificate, unavailability of protocol or cipher suite requested by client or server, etc.  Recently I faced this issue where I was connecting to third party server using HttpClient library.  Here’s what I did to identify the ...