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Devotees of the Bullet Journal, a cultish notebook-organization system tagged in more than eight million posts on Instagram, will tell you that there are two kinds of notebook people: those who keep multiple notebooks and those who keep just one.
What’s one of the hottest roles in today’s fast-paced IT environment? If you guessed data scientist, you’d be right. In great demand, these professionals are empowered by AI, machine learning, and data science.
In the past, creating analytical web applications was a task for seasoned developers that required knowledge of multiple programming languages and frameworks. That’s no longer the case. Nowadays, you can make data visualization interfaces using pure Python. One popular tool for this is Dash.
Just before the Christmas break I had what turned out to be a very interesting conversation with ThoughtSpot CEO, Sudheesh Nair.
WhatsApp, the world’s leading messenger with 2 billion users sending 100 billion messages each day, popularized secure messaging. But if you’re one of the hundreds of millions using WhatsApp on an iPhone, you’re in for an unwelcome surprise when you see Apple’s stunning new iMessage update.
Need to resize a group of images quickly on Windows 10? With Microsoft’s PowerToys utility, you can do it directly from File Explorer with a right-click—no need to open an image editor. Here’s how to set it up and use it.
The aim of this post is to show you how to build a Kubernetes cluster with Raspberry Pi 4s for self-hosting APIs, websites and functions so that you can expose them on the Internet and serve traffic to users.
You bought your parents / grandparents / other relatives a new computer, set it up, and showed them all of its nifty new features. You’ve gone home, knowing that you’ve made them very happy. But, deep down, you know that this isn’t the end of the story.