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A few months ago I invested in Next Level Automotive, a company of two young entrepreneurs who are working hard to realize their dream: the restoration and sale of Supercars. And when we talk about Supercars, we are talking about Japanese cars with a lot of horsepower. As you can see from the photo *, they are successful. The Toyota Supra is a car for real enthusiasts. But they ...

Today our topic is practical. You could use the results immediately. At least ... If you like wine. Some of our readers may have read the book Supercrunchers by Ian Ayres, with the promising subtitle 'How anything can be predicted'. Sounds good, right? Number Cruncher or statistician? The book starts like this: "Orley Ashenfelter really loves wine: 'when a good red wine ages, ' ...

In our previous blog we explored the concept of Big Data, briefly discussed the phases in a Big Data solution, and how you can advise your customer with the so-called association algorithm about the next product he or she might want to purchase. In this blog post I will briefly discuss different types of Big Data algorithms and machine learning models. And for whom models and a ...

  Big Data is going to change our lives. But how exactly? That remains difficult to answer. However, to get a bit closer to an answer, we are going to share our experiences in this blog. Sometimes very practical, sometimes a bit more theoretical; sometimes from a technical point of view, sometimes from a business perspective. But of course we start ... at the beginning.  Many r ...

Many, if not most teams nowadays are distributed. While remote collaboration reunites talented people from around the globe, it also comes with its challenges. Today, we tackle the topic of effective stakeholder management in distributed teams with Brindusa Duma, project manager of Entourage, a successful social network developed in a distributed team environment. First of all, ...

This article is the third part of "Eliminating Code Smells Through the Use of Simple Refactorings". In the first two parts, we wrote about refactoring through simple changes and execution path changes. You can access these articles on our blog–Part 1 and Part 2. In the present article, we give a few tips and examples on refactoring through design changes. Design changes usually ...

The article is a continuation of "Eliminating Code Smells Through the Use of Simple Refactorings" where we wrote about refactoring through simple changes. You can access the article here: http://www.blog.tecknoworks.com/posts/code-smells-1/  In this part, we give a few tips and examples on refactoring through execution path changes. Execution path changes. These are more comple ...

Since we enjoy being up-to-date with everything that makes this world run so fast, we couldn’t miss this year’s Microsoft Summit that took place in Bucharest around the topic of digital transformation. In case you couldn’t make it or just want a recap., here are a couple of inside scoops. As soon as we arrived at the location, we printed our passes and stepped into a world we l ...

Synopsis  I’m going to start off by explaining the concept of refactoring, what is it useful at and when it should be applied. Then I’m going to dive into the three big types of refactorings that I’ve come across in my experience: the simple changes, the execution path changes and the design changes. In order to determine the need for refactoring we must be able identify certai ...

Stardate 23018.1 or 21st of July 1969, mankind takes its first steps on the Moon. Mission commander Neil Armstrong and pilot Buzz Aldrin safely land the Lunar Module Eagle on the surface of the Moon.   Meet Margaret Hamilton, the woman who in 1965 lead the Software Engineering Division at MIT Instrumentation Laboratory. In the picture below, she is standing next to the printed ...

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