Which Linux Training Should I Select?
Linux skills are crucial today. The Linux Foundation has found that, “as of 2017, the Linux operating system runs 90 percent of the public cloud workload.” However, running a server means getting down into the details. The Linux command line is an alphabet soup of terse commands. It really does become intuitive at some point. […]
What If Your Child’s (Or Your) School Doesn’t Teach Coding?
A parent at a recent meeting I was attending lamented that her child’s school no longer taught coding. I was blessed that my high school offered classes in programming back in 1973. I wrote about that six years ago on this blog. Today, I’d like to offer some suggestions to that parent and to any […]
Making Sense of Microsoft’s RevoScaleR Function Parameters
The RevoscaleR functions provided by Microsoft in Machine Learning Server and MS R Client are many and varied, as are the parameters are passed to control their behavior. But while it might seem a bit overwhelming at first, it is really quite simple. Except for the fact that ETL generally reads and writes to multiple […]
Using Microsoft Recorder to Create Documentation and Application Support Tickets
Create documentation or application support tickets with Microsoft Recorder Have you ever needed to create documentation that shows someone else how to use an application or website within your organization? Or, have tried to explain to a Technical Support person within your organization about a problem you are running into with an application or website. […]
The Praxis Approach To Successful Projects & Programmes
Authors: John Moore & Peter Dillon-Parken So, it’s your first week on the project, you look around for the requirements documents, and what you’ve got is basically a bunch of notes. In short, very little project definition has been done. This is the situation that quite often confronts project managers – does Praxis help with […]