As I write this, there’s a shortage of USB webcams and industry-leader Logitech has said that it will be four to six weeks before there’s adequate supply.
This has been a very popular article since I created about 10 years ago now. I get lots of emails from people asking advice on how to fix their particular lava lamp which they’ve been struggling with for weeks.
As the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic continues, people everywhere are stressed and upset.
What does this quote by the great Abraham Lincoln have to do with data exploration? Think about it – this quote stands true in most cases in real life, even in our field of data science.
Do you want to perform a WordPress security audit to make sure that your website is secure? WordPress out of the box is very secure.
First things first: What are proxy servers, and why use them? Wikipedia provides the following description and diagram: A proxy server is a server (a computer system or an application) that acts as an intermediary for requests from clients seeking resources from other servers.
When dealing with APIs, we often have to think about restricting resources and routes. We can usually do this with the use of sessions. Sessions are stored in memory on the server side. But, we can also switch things around and take another approach.
One creative maker has come up with a way to control a DSLR camera with a smartphone. Luis Salha called in a Raspberry Pi for his DIY solution, dubbed Black Box, which uses Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to communicates with a DSLR camera and control almost all of its settings.
When I got into Data Science and Machine Learning, anything related to math and statistics was something I had visited for the last time around 10 years ago. That’s probably why I found it so hard at first.
20 min read React, Performance Share on Twitter or LinkedIn This article introduces the concept of the headless CMS, a backend-only content management system that allows developers to create, store, manage and publish the content over an API.