3 years as a recruiter taught me the secret to out-earning your colleagues has nothing to do with hard work
I worked for a small and profitable boutique agency before joining a large, international American company. I hired for C-level executives in industries ranging from commercial real estate to network The
It should surprise no one that the cloud is forcing the data warehouse to adapt and evolve. In August, I wrote about it an article entitled “What Should the Data Warehouse Become in the Cloud?,” where
I have long held that Atlassian’s ubiquitous JIRA bug-tracker / feature-planner serves a valuable purpose in the software biz: it gives project teams a common enemy to bond together against. Alas, it’s
Enterprises have the tendency to adopt a technology only after it moves to its third major version. CXOs are not for embracing cutting-edge technologies before they became stable and proven to be reliable
The Pokémon GO phenomenon could have positive effects on society. It might improve public health by getting people to exercise while walking around trying to catch virtual monsters in the real world, example.
Talk at the GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, CA on April 5 by Numba team contributors Stan Seibert and Siu Kwan Lam. We'll demonstrate how Python and the Numba JIT compiler can be used for GPU programming
Many data scientists use Python to solve their problems: 40 percent of respondents to a definitive data science survey conducted by O’Reilly used Python, which was more than the 36 percent who used Excel.
Apple has just updated its Keynote app for iPhone and iPad today with a number of new features including new builds and transition effects. Version 2.0.1 of the Keynote app includes new transitions including: