New Features in C# 7

In this article, we’ll look at some of the new language features of C# 7 that will help us write cleaner, less buggy code in a shorter time. Binary literals In C# 6 we can currently represent integers in decimal or hexadecimal formats. int d = 42; int h = 0x2A; In C# 7, we […]
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How Your Applications Defeat You: UI Design Patterns

Remember: When you can’t figure out what to do next, it’s not your fault — it’s the user interface designer’s fault. And, nine times out of ten, the reason you can’t figure out what to do next is because the designer failed to correctly implement standard UI design patterns. Here are some examples of design […]
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Why You Must Manage Packages in R—and How to Do It

Reproducibility is a critical component of data science. In fact, it’s critical to all research—witness the reproducibility crisis currently engulfing academic research. It equally important in software development. We all expect our applications to work the same way…time after time. Software that operates erratically is undesirable. The unyielding regularly with which computers perform tasks could […]
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How to Use In-Database Archiving

In this posting, we are continuing with the theme of Information Lifecycle Management (ILM).  Another option in Oracle 12c, is In-Database Archiving, also called Row Archival. Why In-Database Archiving The simple goal of in-database archiving is to assign values to the data based on business rules of whether the data is current or marked as […]
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How to Instill Cyber Security Across the Organization

“A chain is only as strong as its weakest link” “What a cliché!”, you say. Well, it became a cliché for a reason. People keep saying that because it does describe many situations. It’s a useful way of thinking about the world. In cyber security, we have a crucial security chain with links forged from […]
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