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Weekly Newsletter (1 Jun 2020)
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Weekly Poll Results

Which of these Data Analysis tools have you tried?

Survey period: 25 May 2020 to 1 Jun 2020

When you're looking to dive into the data you don't always need a full programming IDE. Which of these have you dipped your toe into?

OptionVotes% 
Apache Zeppelin Notebook40.36
Google Colab221.97
Jupyter Notebook887.87
Netflix Polynote40.36
PyCharm585.19
Rodeo IDE30.27
RStudio655.81
Other (please comment)403.58
None of the above92382.56
Respondents were allowed to choose more than one answer; totals may not add up to 100%

This week's survey: How do you prefer to evaluate a product?

Latest Additions

New articles added

Algorithms & Recipes

  (7 votes) by Glenn Prince (updated 2 days ago)
In this sixth part of the Data Cleaning with Python and Pandas series, we look at a few of the simpler methods for combining data.
  (2 votes) by Ben Hanson (updated 4 days ago)
How to get more information from a bison .output file.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

  (8 votes) by Glenn Prince (updated 2 days ago)
In this third part of the Data Cleaning with Python and Pandas series, we delve into some of the problems the dataset may contain.
  (8 votes) by Glenn Prince (updated 2 days ago)
In this fourth part of the Data Cleaning with Python and Pandas series, we look at a few of the simpler methods for combining data
  (8 votes) by Glenn Prince (updated 2 days ago)
This article is the first in the Data Cleaning with Python and Pandas series that helps working developers get up to speed on data science tools and techniques.
  (8 votes) by Glenn Prince (updated 2 days ago)
In this second part of the Data Cleaning with Python and Pandas series, now that we have a Jupyter Notebook set up and some basic libraries initialized, we need to load some data. To do this, we’ll load data from a CSV file, as well as from a local SQLite database.
  (7 votes) by Glenn Prince (updated 2 days ago)
In this fifth part of the Data Cleaning with Python and Pandas series, we take one last pass to clean up the dataset before reshaping.
  (7 votes) by Glenn Prince (updated 2 days ago)
In this seventh part of the Data Cleaning with Python and Pandas series, we can explore our visualization options.
  (4 votes) by Jayson DeLancey (updated 2 days ago)
This article is the first in the Sentiment Analysis series that uses Python and the open-source Natural Language Toolkit. This article is a primer on some key NLP concepts and getting started with the Natural Language Toolkit (NLTK) Python library.
  (3 votes) by Jayson DeLancey (updated 2 days ago)
This article is the second in the Sentiment Analysis series that uses Python and the open-source Natural Language Toolkit. In this article, we'll look at datasets provided by NLTK, as well as an example of capturing your own textual corpus for analysis.
  (3 votes) by Jayson DeLancey (updated 2 days ago)
This article is the third in the Sentiment Analysis series that uses Python and the open-source Natural Language Toolkit. In this article, we'll look at techniques you can use to start doing the actual NLP analysis.
  (3 votes) by Jayson DeLancey (updated 2 days ago)
This article is the fourth in the Sentiment Analysis series that uses Python and the open-source Natural Language Toolkit. In this and additional articles, we’re going to try and improve upon our approach to analyzing the sentiment of our communities.
  (3 votes) by Jayson DeLancey (updated 2 days ago)
This article is the fifth in the Sentiment Analysis series that uses Python and the open-source Natural Language Toolkit. In this article we're building an optimized machine learning model.
  (3 votes) by Jayson DeLancey (updated 2 days ago)
This article is the sixth in the Sentiment Analysis series that uses Python and the open-source Natural Language Toolkit. In this article let’s look at what a process of annotating our own dataset would entail.
  (3 votes) by Jayson DeLancey (updated 2 days ago)
This article is the seventh in the Sentiment Analysis series that uses Python and the open-source Natural Language Toolkit. In this article we look at some alternatives to VADER.

C / C++ Language

  (2 votes) by Shao Voon Wong (updated 1 weeks ago)
Trying out Address Sanitizer in Visual C++

C#

  (4 votes) by Bohdan Stupak (updated yesterday)
Overview of Span C# feature and an example of how it can improve the existing codebase

Database

  (1 votes) by Michael Sydney Balloni (updated 5 days ago)
SQL schema and C# code for implementing a NoSQL database on top of MySQL

Design and Architecture

  (0 votes) by Joydip Kanjilal (updated 5 days ago)
This article discusses what DevOps is and why it is becoming increasingly popular. It also highlights the reasons for real-world DevOps failures and how to avoid them.

DirectX

  (4 votes) by Shao Voon Wong (updated 6 days ago)
Direct2D Tutorial on RenderTarget

Internet / Network

  (4 votes) by Clark Fieseln (updated 6 days ago)
Real-time detection and defense against malicious network activity and policy violations (exploits, port-scanners, advertising, telemetry, state surveillance, etc.)

Miscellaneous

  (0 votes) by Michael Chourdakis (updated 4 days ago)
An one-function library to easy integrate Speech to Text and Text to Speech in your Win32 applications

Programming Tips

  (1 votes) by NickNs1991 (updated 22 hours ago)
TicTacToe vs PC in C#

Raspberry Pi

  (6 votes) by Jonathan Nethercott (updated 6 days ago)
A framework for developing Raspberry Pi .NET applications including unit tests, mocking and dependency injection

Reviews on Third Party Products and Tools

  (37 votes) by Jeremy Likness (updated 5 days ago)
Wisej is a powerful platform that abstracts away the nuances of client/server interactions while embracing all the web has to offer, including third-party HTML5-based solutions, it is the perfect tool for building enterprise web applications.

Articles updated

Algorithms & Recipes

  (8 votes) by stefan stammberger (updated 5 days ago)
A novel allocator implementation for managing huge sets of data in STL's std:: containers for Windows operating systems

C / C++ Language

  (25 votes) by Greg Utas (updated 10 hours ago)
Keeping a program running when it would otherwise abort

Client side scripting

  (19 votes) by Theo Kand (updated 4 days ago)
An original AngularJS implementation of the most famous video game ever

Internet / Network

  (24 votes) by Mehdi Gholam (updated 3 days ago)
I tried out many other RSS readers like RSSOwl (which is also unsupported) but none of them felt right, so I decided to write my own.

Libraries

  (3 votes) by Cinchoo (updated 6 days ago)
Simple JSON reader for .NET

Raspberry Pi

  (7 votes) by Jonathan Nethercott (updated 6 days ago)
Automated Raspberry Pi Setup for .NET Core development and remote debugging using Visual Studio Code

Testing and QA

  (1 votes) by Alessandro Magistroni (updated 19 hours ago)
An introduction to SpecFlow

Windows 8 Design

  (16 votes) by Christ Kennedy (updated 4 days ago)
Make, edit, and animate graphics easily with a practical easy to use IDE

New Tips and Tricks added

.NET Framework

  (2 votes) by Daan Acohen (updated 4 days ago)
Some functionality of Moq can be really important but can also be easily forgotten as explained here

C / C++ Language

  (0 votes) by Shao Voon Wong (updated 6 days ago)
How to allocate variable-size arrays on the Stack in C/C++

DLLs & Assemblies

  (0 votes) by Santanu24B (updated 3 days ago)
Read Email in BizTalk Pipeline component

Web Security

  (4 votes) by Daan Acohen (updated 6 days ago)
The HttpClient can cause a security issue depending on how it is used so this article explains how to prevent that.

New Technical Blogs added

Algorithms & Recipes

  (1 votes) by Mohammad Nasirifar (updated 4 days ago)
My status report while trying to understand why the exact same code Runs 1000s (not kidding) of times slower in Python

Azure

  (1 votes) by Jeremy Likness (updated 5 days ago)
How can you connect securely without storing credentials in the client and hosting your own identity service? The solution is to use Azure Active Directory for authentication and communicate securely with a serverless Azure Function.

C / C++ Language

  (0 votes) by Mohammad Nasirifar (updated 4 days ago)
Interface around libibverbs

Grid & Data Controls

  (1 votes) by Mohammad Nasirifar (updated 4 days ago)
Overview of my solution to “Existing multi-node data-intensive application” translates to cassandra

SQL Reporting Services

  (1 votes) by John Bandela (updated 6 days ago)
C++20 provides us with improved compile time features that can allow us to get a working SQL query into C++.
  (0 votes) by Kevin Mack (updated 6 days ago)

Uncategorised Technical Blogs

  (1 votes) by Mohammad Nasirifar (updated yesterday)
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