Cross Origin Resource Sharing
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I recently coded a Tweet bot to experiment with automated or scheduled Tweeting … because, well, in today’s cut-throat on-line social media marketing world I’ll get left behind if I don’t, right? Only joking.
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The Golang programming language is on a par with Python when it comes to ease of use, but the code compiles to a binary that runs almost as fast as C. So Golang is worth considering for any task that crunches large volumes of data. This is a curated list of Golang libraries useful in data science and related fields.
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If you’ve spent much time around internet marketing types you’re probably familiar with the frenzied atmosphere that can envelope the room as they cycle through all the things you absolutely must be doing to have any hope at all of surviving in today’s cut-throat online world … website, responsive design, SEO, graphic design, logo design, apps, blogs, copywriting, AdWords, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, LinkedIn … the list goes on and on and of course all work involved is billable to the client.
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I recently upgraded my development laptop to CentOS 7 and while I was at it built a spare laptop running the same operating system. After manually creating a dozen MySQL databases and users and then importing their data from dump files on one laptop, I wasn’t interested in going through exactly the same process again on the second laptop.
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