Monthly Archives: October 2018

The Strongest Humans

I wrote in the past about some of the strongest of us… not those who are born strong but those who don’t break under tremendous pressures of misfortune and manage to overcome all obstacles to becoming successful in life. I … Continue reading

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Introduction to Data Transformations

Originally posted on The Official Blog of BigML.com:
BigML’s upcoming release on Thursday, October 25, 2018, will be presenting our latest resource to the platform: Data Transformations. In this post, we’ll do a quick introduction to Data Transformations before we move on to…

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Weekly Global Tech News, October 29, 2018

This is a guest post from Mike Montemorra, who is a technology guru with long and successful career in computer industry. Mike keeps an eye on the latest developments in computer and storage technology and publishes his observations weekly. Below is his … Continue reading

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The Helix of Time

A couple of days ago, I met Dan Richardson, a CEO of a Boulder startup called helixtime.io.  Dan’s company is working on a new interesting way to represent time and events over time in one, beautiful, interactive visualization in the … Continue reading

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Who Discovered Krypton?

Below is an interesting way to present the Periodic Table of Elements (or, The Mendeleev’s Table).  Each element is presented with the year and the flag of the country in which it was discovered (click to enlarge). It is interesting … Continue reading

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Tech Bits, Week of October 21, 2018

This is a guest post from Mike Montemorra, who is a technology guru with long and successful career in computer industry. Mike keeps an eye on the latest developments in computer and storage technology and publishes his observations weekly. Below is … Continue reading

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