This installment of Arthur Charpentier's regular round-up of data science-related links includes a real-time world map of births and deaths, predictions of the future fabric of data analysis, an article on procedurally memorizing passwords, and much more.
When I talk to people about working remotely the focus is often on the tools. I’ve noticed the real challenge is the working relationships and maintaining these even though we are hundreds of miles apart. Working effectively as a team means considering everyone's needs
Today I want to show you how to do that in an easier and quicker way. In my example I’ll restore a “payment.ibd” file (payment table) from Sakila DB on a server with MySQL 5.5 (but with help from MySQL 5.6 and sandbox).
I’ve spoken before about the idea behind Voron’s Journal. It allows us to do some pretty sweet things. We haven’t really run perf testing yet (we have some early benchmarks, but they aren’t ready to be talked about yet), but things are looking up.
Today we will be looking at how to get the selected cells from a wxPython grid object. Most of the time, getting the section is easy, but when the user selects more then one cell, getting the selection becomes more complicated.
Aaron and Kenneth Hui (@hui_kenneth) talk to George Reese (@GeorgeReese) about what it's like to own a Tesla in Minnesota, digging deep into the state of OpenStack API's, and his view on Enterprise Clouds
Aaron and Kenneth Hui (@hui_kenneth) speak with Blue Box Founder/CEO Jesse Proudman (@blueboxjesse) about OpenStack deployment issues, managed OpenStack offerings, and Cloud Foundry on top of OpenStack
A friend of mine recently told me about the kind of problems he’s currently struggling with in the legacy application he’s maintaining. Here’s a sample piece of code to illustrate what I’m talking about:
A recent blog post suggests that distributed database systems may not be as universally useful as many believe them to be. Is there too much hype surrounding distributed databases, or is there more to the story?