I recommend using Python for data analysis, and I recommend Wes McKinney’s book Python for Data Analysis.
I prefer Python to R for mathematical computing...
0 replies - 17760 views - 10/24/12 by John Cook in Articles
This year’s conference, in my opinion, was the best that Oracle have
produced in the three years that it has taken over the stewardship of...
0 replies - 1963 views - 10/24/12 by Peter Pilgrim in Articles
Wikipedia defines a Heisenbug as:
A software bug that seems to disappear when one attempts to study it.
Sometimes one has...
2 replies - 3102 views - 10/24/12 by Jens Schauder in Articles
I walked the few steps necessary from Continental Ballroom 4 and one NetBeans topic (Project Easel) to Continental Ballroom 5 to see another...
0 replies - 1931 views - 10/24/12 by Dustin Marx in Articles
Apparently the modern day purse/wallet snatching has been some what replaced by something much more attractive to thieves across the country, Cell phones....
1 replies - 3972 views - 10/24/12 by Shawn Deena in Articles
So, I've finished my first full week in the new job and I've learnt lots
of new stuff. Which is great, because that's usually why you change...
9 replies - 8376 views - 10/24/12 by Trisha Gee in Articles
tells me that I purchased this book in Sep 2004, and have since then
misplaced it, for some reason. I remember how important this book...
0 replies - 5409 views - 10/23/12 by Ayende Rahien in Articles
The benefits of continuous builds are so obvious, widely
documented and experienced nowadays that anyone with even a passing
interest in agile...
0 replies - 6164 views - 10/23/12 by Ben Wootton in Articles
Yesterday part of Amazon Web Services failed, taking with it a slew of startups that use its Cloud infrastructure. AirBNB was one of the biggest, but Heroku,...
0 replies - 5877 views - 10/23/12 by Sean Hull in Articles
Curator's note: This post was written by David Baker. During the past few weeks, I’ve written about what it takes to build a
cloud service that’s ready...
0 replies - 2960 views - 10/23/12 by Eric Berg in Articles
11 replies - 10885 views - 10/23/12 by Jakub Holý in Articles
The theme of this year’s JavaOne was Make The Future Java.
Was this tagline a clever choice of words? Maybe an implied call to
action? It would appear...
0 replies - 1614 views - 10/23/12 by Peter Pilgrim in Articles
The third and final keynote,
the Java Community Keynote, started the final day of JavaOne 2012.
Although the first two keynotes were held in the...
0 replies - 2014 views - 10/23/12 by Dustin Marx in Articles
Curator's note: Andy is the CEO of OSI (Open Software Integrators). He's a forward-thinker and exceptional blogger. Undoubtedly I’ll be trolled by people...
6 replies - 9311 views - 10/23/12 by Andrew C. Oliver in Articles
One of the blogs I follow is from Gunnar Hillert, whom back in 2009 discovered Camel and wrote a nice blog entry. He also did some investigation of Camel...
2 replies - 3594 views - 10/22/12 by Claus Ibsen in Articles
Sometimes, small questions lead to big answers. Sometimes these
answers are controversial. One such question is “What...
3 replies - 3470 views - 10/22/12 by Johannes Brodwall in Articles
“it’s possible for
good people, in perversely designed systems, to casually perpetrate acts
of great harm on strangers, sometimes without ever...
4 replies - 6040 views - 10/22/12 by Jez Humble in Articles
OverviewThere are conflicting views as to what is the best
solution for high frequency trading. Part of the problem is that what
is high frequency trading...
0 replies - 8083 views - 10/22/12 by Peter Lawrey in Articles
We’ve all seen it: An architect explaining something with a sketch
containing bubbles and arrows on a whiteboard. Sometimes the
architecture is perfectly...
1 replies - 10260 views - 10/22/12 by Anders Abel in Articles
How do you help a person without a job find one online? A search
screen. How do...
0 replies - 3148 views - 10/21/12 by Max De Marzi in Articles