Daily links for 03/09/2013
Ned Batchelder: Python parsing tools
“A few years ago, I went looking for Python parsing tools. I spent a long time researching the various options. When I was done, I had a cheat sheet on the different alternatives. This is that cheat sheet, cleaned up a bit. It is very spotty. If you have updates to the information here, let me know. Because this is a compilation of factoids freely available on the web, it is in the public domain.”
How Big Data is Transforming the Hunt for Talent – Forbes
““What we’ll find is a reinvention of some very traditional processes in companies and a rethinking of how HR gets done,” she says. “It’ll be underpinned by a fact base that will inform where the highest value is to be added.””
Samsung’s Galaxy S 4 to Appear in March: 10 Features to Expect
“So far, Samsung, taking a page from Apple’s marketing manual, has remained tight-lipped on its plans for the Galaxy S4. But just about everyone agrees that the product will be one that consumers and business users will to take a close look at.”
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.