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As a member of the Linux Foundation, datapractices.org will offer open courseware and establish a collaborative approach to defining and refining data best practices.

Datapractices.org Joins the Linux Foundation to Advance Best Practices and Offers Open Courseware Across Data Ecosystem

The Linux Foundation has announced datapractices.org,  a vendor-neutral community working on the first-ever template for modern data teamwork, has joined as an official Linux Foundation project. DataPractices.org was pioneered by data.world as a “Manifesto for Data Practices” of four values and 12...
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Mozilla Releases Iodide, an Open Source Browser Tool for Publishing Dynamic Data Science

Mozilla wants to make it easier to create, view, and replicate data visualizations on the web, and toward that end, it today unveiled Iodide, an “experimental tool” meant to help scientists and engineers write and share interactive documents using an iterative workflow. It’s currently in alpha, and...
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Open Source Maintainers Want to Reduce Application Security Risk

According to Snyk’s “State of Open Source Security Report 2019,” which surveyed over 500 open source users and maintainers, 30 percent of developers that maintain open source (OS) projects are highly confident in their security knowledge, which is up from 17 percent the year before. In addition,...
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The Monty Hall Problem

The original and most simple scenario of the Monty Hall problem is this: You are in a prize contest and in front of you there are three doors (A, B and C). Behind one of the doors is a prize (Car), while behind others is a loss (Goat). You first choose a door (let’s say door A). The contest host...
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DPDK Summit Bangalore

The agenda will cover the latest developments to the DPDK framework and other related projects such as FD.io, Tungsten Fabric and OpenvSwitch, including plans for future releases by contributors, and will provide an opportunity to hear from DPDK users who have used the framework in their...
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4 Ways To Calculate A Running Total With SQL

Calculating a running total/rolling sum in SQL is a useful skill to have.  It can often come in handy for reporting and even when developing applications. Sometimes your users might want to see a running total of the points they have gained or perhaps the money they have earned. Like many problems...
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Your First Machine Learning Project in R Step-By-Step

Do you want to do machine learning using R, but you’re having trouble getting started? In this post you will complete your first machine learning project using R. In this step-by-step tutorial you will: Download and install R and get the most useful package for machine learning in R. Load a dataset...
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What Metrics Matter: A Guide for Open Source Projects

"Without data, you're just a person with an opinion." Those are the words of W. Edwards Deming, the champion of statistical process control, who was credited as one of the inspirations for what became known as the Japanese post-war economic miracle of 1950 to 1960. Ironically, Japanese...
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7 Data Trends on our Radar

Whether you’re a business leader or a practitioner, here are key data trends to watch and explore in the months ahead. Increasing focus on building data culture, organization, and training In a recent O’Reilly survey, we found that the skills gap remains one of the key challenges holding back the...
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Cephalocon Barcelona 2019

Cephalocon Barcelona aims to bring together more than 800 technologists and adopters from across the globe to showcase Ceph’s history and its future, demonstrate real-world applications, and highlight vendor solutions. Join us in Barcelona, Spain on 19-20 May 2019 for our second international...
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