Juan J. Olmedilla Arregui

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How to get User at Service Layer

I use ASP.NET Core 2.1 and would like to fetch User at a <b>service level</b>.<p>I've seen examples when HttpContextAccessor gets injected into some service and …

ISPs

Why the Housing Bubble Tanked the Economy And the Tech Bubble Didn’t

In 2000, the dot-com bubble burst, destroying $6.2 trillion in household wealth over the next two years.<p>Five years later, the housing market crashed, …

Dropbox Has Quietly Acquired Parastructure, A Big Data Startup In Stealth

Dropbox has been acquiring companies to help it expand the services that it can offer to consumers and enterprises beyond cloud storage. But the company — which has raised $1.1 billion and is among the larger tech startups tipped for an IPO — is also making strategic acquisitions to help keep its …

Analytics Startup Heap Brings Its “Capture Everything” Approach To iOS Apps

Heap, a startup aiming to bring a more comprehensive and flexible approach to analytics, is moving into mobile.<p>The Y Combinator-incubated company first announced its iOS integration about a year ago, but at the time it was an invite-only product in beta testing. More recently, the company has …

The solution to the Great Data Scientist Shortage of 2014 is not more data scientists

<i>This sponsored post is produced in association with New Relic.</i><p>Data is no use without a helping hand to make sense of it all.<p>Companies of all sizes are starting to drown in the sea of big data, and it’s not hard to see why: The questions you would traditionally have to field with your neighborhood …

4 reasons why Spark could jolt Hadoop into hyperdrive

Apache Spark has been winning over users since it was developed at the University of California, Berkekey, AMPLab in 2009, but it has taken on a …

Formula 1: Go Functional!

Ferrari museum in Maranello<p>I was recently visiting the Ferrari museum in Maranello, Italy, where I saw this display of telemetry data from racing …

La auténtica receta de la pasta carbonara

La carbonara más auténtica<br>Desde adolescente debo reconocer que uno de mis platos preferidos es, ha sido y será la <b>pasta a la carbonara.</b> Soy un …

Of course. Now Amazon thinks its cloud is the best to run apps in Docker containers

With the release of its EC2 Container Service today, Amazon Web Services caught up with public-cloud competitors like Google and Microsoft in deeply supporting the deployment and control of applications packaged up in containers, a trendy alternative to longstanding virtual-machine technology.<p>It’s …

The 20 Must-Read Fitness, Health, and Happiness Books of 2014

Book nerds, unite! We admit that while we love surfing the net and audibly groan whenever the WiFi goes down, our joy in curling up with a great book …

Diets

The War Photo No One Would Publish

When Kenneth Jarecke photographed an Iraqi man burned alive, he thought it would change the way Americans saw the Gulf War. But the media wouldn’t run the picture.<p>The Iraqi soldier died attempting to pull himself up over the dashboard of his truck. The flames engulfed his vehicle and incinerated …

Reactionary days

<b>Phantom Terror: The Threat of Revolution and the Repression of Liberty 1789-1848.</b> By Adam Zamoyski. <i>William Collins; 569 pages; £30. To be published</i> …

Google's Larry Page: The Most Ambitious CEO in the Universe

There’s a joke about Larry Page that’s been making the rounds at Google X, the “moon shot” factory where Google is developing self-driving cars, …

10 Great Novels That Will Make You More Passionate About Science

Many of the world's greatest scientists were inspired to go into their fields by reading science fiction books. And it's easy to see why. A lot of …

Science Fiction

A good way to end

IF “Jimmy’s Hall” does turn out to be Ken Loach’s last film, as his producer (and long-time collaborator) Rebecca O’Brien, has suggested, it may …