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Visualizing engineering fields

Civil engineering.                      Mechanical engineering.    Electronic engineering.    Software ...
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R: A first attempt at linear regression

I’ve been working through the videos that accompany the Introduction to Statistical Learning with Applications in R book and thought it’d be interesting to try out the linear regression ...
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Neo4j: Generic/Vague relationship names

An approach to modelling that I often see while working with Neo4j users is creating very generic relationships (e.g. HAS, CONTAINS, IS) and filtering on a relationship property or ...
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Test-Driven Development (TDD)

What is Test-Driven Development (TDD)? Test-Driven Development is a process that relies on the repetition of very short development cycle. It is based on the test-first concept of Extreme ...
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Beating The ARC

For the uninitiated, ARC is Apple’s term for Automatic Reference Counting. Objective-C uses a reference counting scenario to collect objects which is pretty painful to work with. ...
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The Caveats of Dual-Licensing

We’ve been in business for more than one year now with our dual-licensing strategy for jOOQ. While this strategy has worked very well for us, it has also been a bit of a challenge ...
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20 (Or So) Things Managers Should Stop Saying To Engineers

This post is a direct reply to an article I recently read with title : “20 things engineers should stop saying‘.I was so frustrated and irritated when I finished reading this article ...
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Don’t just randomize, truly randomize!

The state of web application cryptography has changed, and each development language provides its own way of working with it. I will touch on the current state of random number generation ...
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Estimates or #NoEstimates? that is the question

To estimate or not to estimate, to join the #NoEstimates bang-wagon or not, that is the question. Maybe it is a navel gazing exercise for agile-folk but it does seem to be the reoccurring ...
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From Legacy Code To Testable Code–Introduction

The word “legacy” has a lot of connotations. Mostly bad ones. We seem to forget that our beautiful code gets to “legacy“ status three days after writing it. Michael ...
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