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[Hiring] Need a letter of Recommendation from a Data Science/Analytics professional

2020.11.27 21:03 Famousprompt [Hiring] Need a letter of Recommendation from a Data Science/Analytics professional

I am applying for a master's degree in Business Analytics in the US. I need three letters of recommendation- I got one letter of recommendation from my professor, and one from my current employer. The third letter of recommendation I need from another employemanager at the workplace. However, after graduating in 2016, I worked for 8 months at a software service multinational company, and then I had to quit the job due to my mental health.
Due to mental health issues, I completely cut myself off from the outside world for two years (2017 and 2018). In late 2018, I managed to gather courage and thought it's time I get myself together and sort my issues out, I got professional help and slowly revived my professional career. I self-taught Facebook Ads and became a freelancer, I slowly built a portfolio. Marketing is a vast ocean, there's so much to learn every day, when one of my clients asked me to install Google Analytics on his ecom website that's when I came across the analytics side of marketing. I became more interested in the analytics/data side of marketing. I self-taught Google Analytics, SQL, data visualization tools like Tableau and started offering these services as a freelancer. Eventually, I got a full-time (remote) job as a digital marketing analyst at a boutique marketing agency based in Canada.
Recently, I became interested in a master's degree in Business Analytics. I want to go back to campus. I want to master data. I want to learn to tame data. I want to work as a data scientist/ data analyst/ business intelligence analyst at FAANG companies. The two-year gap in my resume is a huge disadvantage. Although there's an increased awareness of mental health recently, I don't think a two-year gap in my resume is going to get me admission to any of the US universities let alone a FAANG internship.
So, that's why I need to explain the gap in my resume. I need to fabricate work experience. I need a letter of recommendation(you don't have to write it personally though) and a reference from someone who works at a Data analytics firm.
I am willing to provide you documents of my education, the contact details of my current employer, and show my portfolio with client reviews.
I am willing to pay $200.
PS: Some universities don't need a LOR, just contact details they'll probably send you a questionnaire.
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2020.11.27 21:01 coolcomfort123 Palantir Adds $17 Billion in Value in Best Week Since Debut

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/palantir-adds-21-billion-value-160941326.html
“A lot of institutions have probably warmed up to the company and are viewing it as something to hold onto for the long term,” said Wayne Kaufman, chief market analyst at Phoenix Financial Services. “It’s a great software company, and it has a terrific business, a very sticky business, not just with governments but also enterprises.”
“Big-data companies have become very important and historically have been excellent stocks. Also, Palantir is benefiting from the pandemic -- tracking cases and analyzing data is right in its wheelhouse,” Kaufman said.
This stock has been running hot lately. It is another meme stock that many people will rush to board the train. So investors buying this stock need to be careful and should be taking some profit.
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2020.11.27 20:56 Nimco SolarEdge realtime monitoring

My parents have a residential solar install using a SolarEdge SE4000H-RW000NWN2. While the SolarEdge website gives them access to a dashboard with some real-time data (updated every 3 seconds), the API and data exports have a resolution of ~15 minutes.
What are my options for retrieving and storing real-time data for them?
I'm very open to hardware / software approaches - I have a technical background but I'm remote and cannot get physical access to the device so if something needs adding to it / configuring, it'll have to be done via video call with them. I've tried port-scanning the inverter but all ports seem closed.
Ideas I'm thinking of and would like some steer on from anyone with personal experience of this hardware include:
Failing that, I guess my backup approach would be a setup using some amp clamps or similar.
For reference, my own setup uses Victron gear which makes all the data freely available on a local MQTT broker with a resolution of ~1 second.
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2020.11.27 20:53 tribdol "Ghost" blue screens in BlueScreenView

For a while my pc has been suffering BSODs almost everytime I turn it on or off. The error codes were several, but all the BSOD are related to the ntoskrnl.exe driver. I've been told this could be due to drivers to update, Windows to be reinstalled, or faulty ram sticks/mobo's ram slots.
I've started my "quest" for risolving the issue by running the sfc/scannow and dism.exe commands, the first time they found something to correct and after that the error codes went down to only a couple.
Since the BSODs kept happening, however, I also tried to update all the drivers I could, I created a restore point and used a software to check and download the drivers. I know it isn't advisable, but I'm ignorant and I didn't even know where to begin searching drivers for all the items listed in Device Management. The GPU driver was updated manually by me since it's the only one I know where to look for and how to update, and I uninstalled the previous via DDU in safe mode before updating.
However, after updating the drivers, I'm not getting anymore BSODs after turning on the pc, I'm also not seeing any BSOD when turning it off, however after I've checked BlueScreenViews to see if any BSOD happened while someone other was using the pc, I've seen two BSODs that should have happened when I turned off the pc.
Thing is, these two times I turned off the pc, no BSOD happened. I got the "shutting down..." screen with the rotating dots beneath, and the the pc, well, shut down. When I used to get the BSODs instead, the ones I could see at least, a fraction of second after the "shutting down..." screen appeared it got replaced by the BSOD with the error code, then it retrieved the data and restarted the pc, which then I had to turn off again.
So what are these "ghost" BSODs that I don't see but then appear in BlueScreenView? Why I don't see them? They have the INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR code and are yet again related to ntoskrnl.exe. One thing I have to specify is that while before updating the drivers I was getting the BSODs almost every time I turned the pc on and off, at least once a day, now the two "ghost" BSODs are the only two that happened in several days.
Idk if my pc build can be useful, but in case here it is:
CPU and GPU are not overclocked.
In all honesty, maybe this is an issue that I could have easily searched for on google, but I don't even know how to word a search for these "invisible" BSODs, when I tried I only got results for the opposite issue, ie BSODs that happened but left no trace after :(
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2020.11.27 20:46 authenticsaif123 Do not use Samsung Data Migration software

Hey all, As the title says, DONOT use when u buy a samsung ssd for your machine. I cloned my C partition to a 970 Evoplus and formatted the old drive. When I restart, the computer goes into a bootloop and the only way I could boot into the 970evoplus was by inserting WindowsBootMedia and hitting f12. I had to format(using diskpart utility to "clean") all other partitions just to fix this. I saved crucial data by transferring to external HDD but i had to delete all my game files.
Please backup all your data before you do anything.
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2020.11.27 20:24 mnaaa11 BREAKING NEWS! Vaccinations start new week. PLTR is admin'ng the COVID program. $40 by Wednesday, confirmed

BREAKING NEWS! Vaccinations start new week. PLTR is admin'ng the COVID program. $40 by Wednesday, confirmed
Guys we're about to need PLTR's software and services deployed ASAP. They have exclusive contracts to manage the data from all of this with their software that no one else has. If you were boussie boi paper hands tard and closed your calls when they dipped, you deserve the regret you will feel Monday. They (Wall St. / media) held this info until after market closes just to get you paper hands out bc you don't deserve tendies if you listened to Blue Waffle Clitron today.

TLDR; if you sold PLTR you fucked up, lil bitch

Positions:
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$25c 12/11
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$30c 12/31
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2020.11.27 20:19 mysteps Bitwar Data Recovery - Data Recovery Software for Windows/Mac

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2020.11.27 20:18 GeorgeWKu5h Data Recovery Software Suggestions

Recently had my external hard drive die on me and im looking to get at least SOME of the files i had on it, off of it. In doing a quick search for data recovery software on google you get a lot of results and im curious if anyone has any recommendations for a program they have used in the past?
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2020.11.27 20:12 pjonesatjaagnet University of Nottingham secures £800k funding for smart breathing tube

University of Nottingham secures £800k funding for smart breathing tube

The University of Nottingham has secured £801,874 in funding from the Medical Research Council to accelerate development of the world's first optical fibre sensor-equipped endotracheal tube (iTraXS).
Endotracheal tubes (ETTs) are placed in the trachea in patients who need artificial breathing support. iTraXS aims to prevent pressure injury to the airway and to assist with monitoring vital signs.
Worldwide, approximately 120 million surgical and intensive care patients a year rely on ETTs. The tube has an inflatable, balloon-like, "cuff", which sits inside the trachea forming a gas-tight seal to prevent leaks of oxygen-rich air and maintain effective ventilation. The seal also protects the lungs from contamination by vomit or blood which can lead to ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP). VAP occurs in 8-28% of ventilated ICU patients. On average, VAP increases length of stay by six days, and mortality by up to 50%. Each episode costs the NHS on average £12,000.
Incorrect cuff inflation pressure causes two main problems. If pressure is too low, it can risk fluid getting past the cuff and causing VAP. Conversely, if pressure is too high it can cause pressure injury in the trachea.
Pressure injuries range from moderate to severe sore throat, voice change or cough in half of all patients after surgery (0.5 million a year in the UK), to permanent scarring and narrowing of the windpipe tissue (post intubation tracheal stenosis - PITS), which occurs in around 2,000 patients annually. PITS is a disabling condition, with patients living “from breath to breath” and reporting long-term adverse impact on quality of life and multiple medical interventions.
At present there is no medical device on the market to accurately and safely measure and monitor the contact pressure of the inflated cuff and the blood flow in the tracheal lining (mucosa).
Current best practice recommends maintaining a fixed pressure in all patients. However, iTraXS enables personalised care by allowing clinical staff to find the correct pressure for each patient, balancing a good seal versus tissue pressure and blood flow.
iTraXS uses thin, flexible, optical fibre sensors incorporated into a standard disposable ETT, which is linked to an optoelectronic monitoring and display unit.
The device monitors both the contact pressure and the blood supply at the cuff-trachea interface to ensure a good gas seal while avoiding windpipe injury. The concept won an award from the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland in 2018.
iTraXS measurements could also aid ETT placement and vital sign monitoring (oxygen saturation, heart rate, pulse volume, temperature) in pre-hospital conditions. This could replace multiple devices such as finger clip oxygen monitors which can be inconvenient on the battlefield or in an ambulance, or be inaccurate due to limb loss or low blood pressure, for instance.
Steve Morgan, professor of biomedical engineering and co-director at the Centre for Healthcare Technologies, said: “iTraXS demonstrates the potential of emerging optical sensor technology to enable real-time monitoring inside patients, providing previously unavailable data to aid clinical decision making and improving the surgical experience of patients worldwide.”
Thanks to the new MRC funding, the researchers aim to develop regulatory compliant software and hardware and expand the number and functionality of sensors built into iTraXS. At the end of the current project the device will be ready for clinical trials and could be CE-marked and brought to market within three years.
Professor Morgan thinks the scope of iTraXS could be broadened to meet other healthcare needs with a range of different smart tubes.
He said: “Optical fibre sensing is a versatile platform technology that can measure a range of physical and biochemical parameters and could equally be applied to any internal catheter. With appropriate modification, such as a functional coating, the sensing capability can be significantly extended to monitor, for example, biofilm formation (bacterial growth) which is a major cause of infection.”
ITraXS has been developed in partnership with P3 Medical, a Bristol-based manufacturer of endotracheal tubes and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH).
Dr David Hewson, consultant anaesthetist at NUH and one of those involved in delivering the research, said: "This substantial award from the Medical Research Council means this innovative smart medical device is one step closer to being used in patients. This project is about new ways to monitor the health of patients in ICU and reduce their risk of pneumonia and damage to their trachea while on life support ventilators.
“If we are able to do that, we could reduce the length of time patients need to stay on intensive care and improve their recovery from critical illness. The technology used in this project could be translated into many other medical situations allowing doctors to accurately monitor patients using 21st century smart devices."
Originally published by Med-Tech Innovation News November 23, 2020
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2020.11.27 20:10 ZiewZiewBaaam I made a list of the top 5 Python Learning Black Friday Deals. (I spend too much time on writing this tbh haha) What do you think?

I made a list of the top 5 Python Learning Black Friday Deals. (I spend too much time on writing this tbh haha) What do you think?
Hey Python-Fellows!
There never has been a better time to learn a new skill online and Python is the skill to pick up in 2020.
We are all sitting at home during our Black Friday Lockdown. So instead of being lazy and watching the 4th episode of The Queen’s Gambit I said to myself: Let’s find the best Python deal!
Here are the five best deals I found and who they are for:
1. edX: Introduction to Python Programming
edX collaborates with top universities and has high-quality instructors and teaches theoretical content extremely accurately and well. Their programs tend to be a bit monotonous and it can be difficult to stay motivated.
Best for: People who easily understand new coding concepts at first take, who like to dive deep into theoretical concepts and do not need much support
The Deal: Python, save 20% with the code CYBER2020 https://www.edx.org/professional-certificate/introduction-to-python-programming Price: 240 from €331 (5 months to complete — 10h per week)
edX Black Friday Deal

1. Codecademy: Learn Python 3
Codecademy offers a great user interface where you can practice coding without having to hassle with an IDE (this is a software where developers write code). The content will be presented in easy to digest chunks.
Best for: People who want an informal entry without much commitment to see what it’s like.
The deal: save 25% with the code CYBER25 https://www.codecademy.com/learn/learn-python-3 Price: €60.80 from 71.99 (35.99 per month) for 25 hours (around 6 weeks to complete — 10h per week).

Codecademy Black Friday Deal
1.Octomo: Collaborative Python Fundamentals
Octomo is the newest player and puts an collaborative spin on online programs. You will learn by coding projects. Also, you have two live sessions where you discuss your code with other participants via video chat. Their algorithm matches you in small study groups for mutual support and motivation.
Best for: Starters who want to stay motivated by engaging with like-minded people, be supported, and learn from various perspectives at the same time for a more holistic understanding.
The deal: save 30% on their Python program, just click on their Website https://www.octomo.org Price 77 from €110, ( 6 weeks to complete — 10h per week)

Octomo Black Friday Deal

1.Udemy: Learn Python Programming
Udemy: Most Python for beginner courses for 9.99, just click on their Website
The deal: save 90% on most of their programs (full disclosure, there are most of the time priced like this). https://www.udemy.com/course/complete-python-bootcamp/ Price: 9.99 from €109.99 (around 6 weeks to complete a 25h course — 10h per week)

Udemy Black Friday Deals

1. Pluralsight: Level up your Python skills
Pluralsight has a great range of advanced courses and a sophisticated skill assessment system.
Best for: More advanced professionals who want to perfect specific skills related to Python or advanced Data Science.
The Deal: save 40% off their annual subscription, just click on their website https://www.pluralsight.com/browse/software-development/python Price: €164 from €275 for all their courses for a year.

Pluralsight Black Friday Deal

Conclusion:
For most beginners CodeCademy, Octomo and Udemy are solid and affordable choices. For me, Octomo stands out because of the weekly live-sessions and being able to connect with others over Python in times where it’s difficult to meet people.

A brief overview with some funkiness:
  • edX for the Independent Theoreticians
  • CodeCademy for the Design Lovers
  • Pluralsight for the Advanced Professionals
  • Octomo for the Relationship Builder
  • Udemy for the Jack of All Trades

What’s your take? Tell me with a comment!
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2020.11.27 20:09 Choose-ayy-username Hobby question about hardware RAID1 speeds without write cache

Hi there,
I've always been more on software side and have limited experience with enterprise hardware (except for network stuff) and would like some thoughts from more experienced colleagues.
I bought an older Ivy Bridge tower server along with some WD Blue hard drives (TLER enabled) and LSI SAS2108 RAID controller to tinker with. Controller didn't come with BBU/flash and new one costs roughly the same as my whole setup - too expensive. Running without BBU or UPS is likely to cause data loss upon power issues and I really wouldn't like to rebuild what ever I'm tinkering on.
I'd like to install Proxmox or ESXi, which only runs on single drives or hardware RAID. So my question is: running RAID1 with write cache disabled - moronic or good 'nuff? I was unable to find any benchmarks, but my (un)educated guess is that I'd benefit from increased read speeds and lose somewhat on write speeds compared to single drive + have some resilience against single drive failure.
Or maybe just run Proxmox/ESXi on single drive datastores?
Best regards, Ayy
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2020.11.27 20:07 NewSchoolBoxer What is an affordable setup to measure SNR on Television Cables?

I studied electronics in college long ago and these days I dig down the retro gaming rabbit hole. I was fascinated by this page comparing Composite (AV), S-Video (Y/C) and Component cables. Demonstrates with electrical measurements (Structural Similarity, Peak SNR) which cables are better. This matters especially with GameCube where the official digital Component cable is rare and expensive.
I have the Datapath capture card but no knowledge of how to use the AD9887A. I guess I would transmit the control image from an old school VCDVD recorder with Composite, S-Video and Component Out to the DVI-I capture card. Yet there must be a better way with modern technology.
The page explains it uses DDSIM and FFmpeg software to calculate the metrics and I can handle that part, but how would I set this experiment up as a whole?
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2020.11.27 20:01 paranoiddandroid 28/EST/PC+Switch Looking to get Strategic! (21+ please)

Hi, I'm a big strategy game fan that's looking for more online buddies to regularly meet up for games! I already have a great duo buddy so we're hoping to get more players in so we can experience that higher player count goodness! We largely play on PC and use discord and are open to trying all sorts of games.
I primarily play strategy games, so Total War: Three Kingdoms/Troy, Civilization 6, Chess, and tons of board games on Tabletop Simulator. I like to play anything from euro games, hidden traitor games, and tons of cool games from independent developers along with classics like Pandemic and Spirit Island. I'll even break out war games like X-Wing or Star Wars Legion. However, that's not to say I don't play other things; Hell Let Loose, Among Us, Warhammer: Vermintide 2 and Star Wars Squadrons can often be in the rotation. I also play Animal Crossing and other games on Switch. Ultimately I love crunchy turn-based thinkers that are a bit slower.
Down for anyone that's ok with having good conversation alongside their game. Big Star Wars fan as well! We're data/software engineer types that love technology. Just be kind and patient and things should go just fine! NYC area a plus!
Feel free to DM me here with your discord and we can chat further, cheers :D
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2020.11.27 19:51 _PM_ME_YOUR_ELBOWS Help me recover my notes! What is the format of "My Clippings.txt"?

Short backstory: I set a password on my kindle and forgot it. I reset my kindle and am currently trying to use data recovery software to get my notes back. Somehow, all my sideloaded books are coming up but My Clippings.txt is not.
If I remember correctly, the text inside My Clippings.txt had some basic formatting. If you happen to own a Kindle 4 D01100 and would be so kind, could you describe the format of the file/send me a copy? You can of course redact any sensitive information, but please only edit the file minimally/try to preserve whatever structure you think there might be in the file. I plan to use this information to search through my kindle's drive based off the names of the books I had and a scrambled memory of what my notes were about.
Thank you ahead of time!
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2020.11.27 19:46 CarelessVast2909 Baseball Analytic Software Help

Has anybody used any baseball analytic software like Blast Motion, Diamond Kinetic. Are you able to download the data to further analyze it using SQL or Python. Basically, are you able to click a button and it downloads a CSV of all of the data? I am wanting to buy one of these products and use them for High School baseball team and this is the only thing keeping me on the fence of not buying it. Also, if anybody has used one of those products, can you share a review on it?
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2020.11.27 19:32 bryanculver Intel RAID 10 Rebuild/Recovery Without Motherboard

So long story short, I suspect my motherboard or CPU is toast. I have an old i5 3570k on an Asrock H77 Pro4 motherboard 8GB of RAM that has run fine without so much of a hiccup since I built it back in 2013. It sat powered off for a while as it became less useful for gaming, eventually being awoken again as a inefficient Plex server for some time. During that transition I shoved 4x 4TB hard drives in there in RAID 10 via the onboard Intel raid controller.
Recently it got taken offline for about 3 months due to some home reorganization. I decided I should pull the remaining data (nothing critical, just my old music library and some files) off the RAID because I’m soon to be migrating to a NAS and call it a day.
Power on. It power cycles a couple times. No post. Reseated everything. Disconnected all the drives. Grabbed a speaker, plugged it into the motherboard, 3 short beeps followed by 3 short beeps. Dead memory? Bought some replacements. No go.
At this point I’m teetering on abandoning it altogether, even though I don’t have a backup of everything on there but, such is my fault.
I know to buy a replacement motherboard and CPU (can’t tell which is bad) will likely set me back $200, of which I have no intention on reviving this old rig.
Can I somehow “rebuild” even one side of the 0 part of the RAID 10 so I can pull the data off? Is it possible to throw these drives in some dock(s) and register the drives as in a raid in software?
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2020.11.27 19:09 kjonesatjaagnet Data Platforms – A journey. The Yesteryears, Today, and What Lies Ahead

Introduction
Like pipelines delivering fuel to generate energy for human advancement, data platforms have been used for decades to deliver data to optimize business processes. These technologies are loosely categorized under the terms – ESB (enterprise service bus), ETL (extract transform load), EDW (enterprise data warehouse), and BI (business intelligence). They have reincarnated multiple times over the last three decades to serve application development paradigms, data agility, and deployment choices. Let’s look at the past three eras to envision what lies ahead.
The pre-Big Data (the 90s to early-2000s) – The slow-moving sludge era
This was the era of waterfall application development and client-server architectures. Data was structured and usually rigid. Deployments were on-premise powered by expensive storage and compute. RDBMS was king of this era and SQL achieved mainstream adoption within the enterprise. A typical enterprise data management stack would look as follows –
In other words, this was the era of traditional software vendors, selling proprietary software to enterprise IT with SQL as the primary lingua-franca. IT was a cost-center, business leaders knew and could measure the ROI on data.
The open-source Big Data (the late-2000s to mid-2010s) – Adapting Yahoo, LinkedIn, Netflix technology for the Enterprise era
This era built upon the Agile movement driven by web-scale pioneers. Data was the new oil and fluidity mattered. Cloud deployments were in their infancy. A radically different data architecture emerged – based upon commodity hardware, cheap storage, and focussed on scale. These were driven by hyper-scale applications such as Google’s Search, and Amazon’s eCommerce. Engineers at application companies such as Yahoo, Facebook, and LinkedIn incubated and open-sourced their counterparts. Silicon Valley VCs jumped on the bandwagon as they got product market fit for free.
A typical enterprise data management stack would look as follows –
This era saw the rise of many NoSQL solutions under the open-source movement, but the crown belonged to Hadoop and the vendors that supported the ecosystem – Cloudera, HortonWorks, and MapR. Data sources proliferated across use cases such as Mobile, IoT, and SaaS. And vendors started touting AI/ML to the rescue to further attempt to mine value out of data.
The Cloud Native Stack (Mid 2010’s to 2020) – SQL strikes back era
Application development moved to the world of DevOps powered microservices. Data monetization was real and cloud deployments accelerated. Data platforms reacted to these movements swiftly. AWS led the way and proved that customers care about simplicity and agility of use, as opposed to using their favorite open source toy for solving their point problem. Public Cloud adoption went mainstream and multi-cloud deployments were a real need for Enterprise IT.
A typical stack in this current era looks like –
This era reigned in open source gone wild, SQL was king(again), and delivering data-driven impact beyond the AI/ML hype was prioritized.
The Next Frontier – Simplicity and performance from convergence
The secular idea of data as the only path to transformation has been turbo-charged by the pandemic. Hence, the rigid boundaries between ESB, ETL, EDW, and BI have to collapse. Such an outcome will be driven by two aspects – one rethinking a bygone constraint and another an opportunity. System constraints that reinforced the rigid boundaries between ESB, ETL, EDW, BI are starting to wane off. The opportunity lies in reimagining from the ground up and end-to-end, a data platform that could drive AI/ML’s impact in production. In other words, how can a data analyst single-handedly put an ML model in production in weeks?
Conclusion
While data architectures across generations responded to the needs of the application, data agility, and deployment choices, they were siloed into the realms of ESB, ETL, EDW, BI. This siloed mindset, reinforced by the vendors, is why data’s impact within an enterprise is perceived as unfulfilled promises. What enterprises need isn’t yet another – cloud-native, Kubernetes-compliant, adapted from the latest toy. They need promises to be met from a simplified (hyper) converged data management platform.
Orginally published by Darshan Rawal November 25, 2020 Inside Big Data
About the author - Darshan Rawal is Founder and CEO of Isima, aiming to win a once-in-25-year disruption in data, systems, and Applied AI. Isima’s bi(OS) is the world’s first Hyperconverged Data Platform serving builders of API, AI, and BI use-cases in a unified manner. Before Isima, Darshan built and sold data products to Fortune 1000 enterprises for two decades. During this journey, I have built perspective by building, scaling, and coaching high-performing teams across the US, EU, India, and APAC. I value the continuous pursuit of excellence in one’s craft while maintaining humility.
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2020.11.27 18:56 FRBRDan Career advice - quite lost. Would love some guidance.

Hello guys,
I'm a little bit confused with where things are going for me and where I see myself in a few years. I am 24 years old, currently work at our biggest ISP as a technician within the business division, providing technical help similar to what a network engineer does. I work with Cisco, Juniper, Fortinet, Checkpoint routers/firewalls. My initial aim was to go for Cyber Security & integrate it with some coding job.
I am also studying for a degree in CS, and this really opened up new worlds for me which seem interesting and I've been thinking about actually going for a Software Developer role. Most people say that once you're done with Data Structures & Algorithms class you can apply for a job in that area. But I seem so confused and the more I googled the more confused I got as to what entry roles are available out there. It just seems as if everything is about developing websites? Being a front-end/back-end/fullstack web developer? Is this where I'm expected to start?
I've also started to take a Web Development course on Udemy which seems really interesting, and I would probably need to know all that whether I go for Cyber Security Engineer route or SWE route anyway.
I suppose my questions are really - where do you start? What kind of jobs do you apply for? Is my experience in networking going to count for me at all in a SWE position or it's better to leave ASAP? (They are providing me with CCNP cert training soon, as well as tier 2 promotion/SOC).
I find the "Day in the life of SWE" videos quite strange since most of them show irrelevant things to the job itself, which makes it impossible to choose a route at this point because I don't know what each route really entails. And those that explain more seem to not really go into detail as to what exactly they are doing/affecting.
I'd appreciate any guidance, tips and help!
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2020.11.27 18:45 StoreMigration How to migrate from WooCommerce to Magento

Dear readers, we are sure that you are aware that the most important thing today is the ability to always get relevant information. Thanks to this article you will get it quickly and clearly. You are a WooCommerce user, but in time you would like to try Magento? Perfect! This material is exactly what you need.
Because such decisions should only be made based on specific knowledge, not blindly.
So what are the key differences between these platforms that you need to know before to make a WooCommerce to Magento migration?
Simplicity
The first thing that immediately catches your eye is that Magento is a fully autonomous CMS. From the very beginning, it was created to become one of the best solutions for eBusiness. The platform is a very powerful tool, which will take some time to learn. However, it is worth it.
Behind the simplicity of WooCommerce hides its essential disadvantage. It is limited in functionality when compared to Magento.
Opportunities
Magento offers one of the best basic functionality among CMS. It is quite capable of serving you without installing additional applications. This is convenient because you don't need to spend time looking for new apps. You only need it if you intend to get some non-standard feature.
With WooCommerce, everything is not so good. However, this platform has many programs (both paid and free) that will help you do business online.
Safety
Magento will appeal to all those users who are in urgent need of a secure system. You shouldn't have any problems here because a lot of effort has been put into making this platform as secure as possible from the beginning.
With WooCommerce you do not have to expect the same level of protection as it is just a plugin. However, you can neutralize this disadvantage by installing additional software.
Magento is designed for online retailers, it is easy to maintain. If you are using another platform that you are not very satisfied with and you want to improve your shop, you can use our Store Migration service to make a migration from WooCommerce to Magento migration, for example. So you have a very good option in front of you and we recommend using it.
Store Migration is Shopping Cart Migration service. It implements an automatic migration in 4 simple steps. Thanks to them you can transfer such information as products, categories, clients, etc.
Customers care service
It is nice that in this category we did not find a winner. Thus, both competitors are very good at providing qualified advice to their clients. So you can not be afraid of mistakes - you will definitely be helped to eliminate them.
Conclusion
The task of our today's article was to familiarize readers with current data on similarities and distinctive points between the platforms under review. Now you probably know exactly what we liked about Magento and why we chose it over WooCommerce.
So if you want to make a WooCommerce to Magento migration, we offer you this opportunity with our service. Store Migration specialists will do it qualitatively and reliably for you. Please tap here to learn more about this proposal.
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2020.11.27 18:43 daizjane Real-Life Tony Stark has 4 chips implanted in his hands, one of which is used to control his Tesla

I came across this article and automatically thought about this class and how cool of a discussion it could be. This guy, Ben Workman, has 4 chips in his hands to perform different actions from opening up his Tesla to creating his own Wi-Fi network. He is only 29 years old and he is a software engineer who's actively working on implantation technology and data collection. With his Tesla chip, he had to send in the key that came with his Tesla to another company who melted it down, reshaped it, and made it possible for him to the implant. Throughout the article, there are a few short (less than 10 second) Youtube videos that he posted showing how some of the chips work which makes the article that much more fascinating. One of the things he has implanted in his left hand is actually a magnet rather than a chip but he says he uses it to do cool tricks like picking up paper clips.
What are your thoughts on implanted chips? Would you ever get one? Why or why not?
https://abcnews.go.com/US/real-life-tony-stark-computer-chips-implanted-hands/story?id=67926575
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2020.11.27 18:38 itsmrwillis Installing NVME with MSI motherboard

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Hi, posting here as i really cant find a solution anywhere else so here goes.Just installed the samsung EVO plus M.2 SSD onto my Z390-A pro mobo, successfully cloned my existing drive onto the M.2 using samsungs data migration software, and both drives are listed as GPT drives in windows (10 64 bit) disk management software.
My only problem now is when i go to change my boot drive over to the M.2, it appears in the bios in the storage section, but not as an option for any boot order, can anyone help me out with a solution with this, hopefully other than reinstalling windows?
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2020.11.27 18:29 sam_handwitch [$PLTR] Anyone know who builds the world's leading software for data-driven decisions and operations?

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