Monthly Archives: January 2017

Fundamentals of Software Version Control

NOTES FROM Fundamentals of Software Version Control Michael Lehman 1. Overview of Software Version Control Overview of software version control Version Control is the process of keeping track of your creative output as it evolves over the course of a … Continue reading

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Asking Great Data Science Questions

NOTES FROM Asking Great Data Science Questions Dough Rose 1.Introduction One of the most important parts of working in a data science team is discovering great questions. To ask great questions you have to understand critical thinking. Critical thinking is … Continue reading

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Database Fundamentals: Core Concepts

NOTES FROM Database Fundamentals: Core Concepts Adam Wilbert 1. Understanding Database Storage Models What are databases? Databases are at the core of our modern technology and it’s important to understand exactly what they are and the benefits that they bring … Continue reading

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Frank Sinatra

For what is a man, what has he got?If not himself, then he has naught.16 To say the things he truly feels;17 And not the words of one who kneels.18 The record shows I took the blows19 And did it … Continue reading

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Galileo Galilei

I have never met a man so ignorant that I couldn’t learn something from him. -Galileo Galilei

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Notes From Lynda.com Hadoop Fundamentals

NOTES FROM Hadoop Fundamentals Lynn Langit 1. Why Move Away from Relational Databases? Understanding the limits of relational database management systems The downfalls of relational databases such as SQL Server, Oracle, or My SQL is that as more and more … Continue reading

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Notes from SCRUM: A Breathtakingly Brief and Agile Introduction

NOTES FROM SCRUM: A Breathtakingly Brief and Agile Introduction Chris Sims & Hillary Louise Johnson What is SCRUM? A scrum team typically consists of around seven people who work together in short, sustainable bursts of activity called sprints, with plenty … Continue reading

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