Daily Math and Data Science Reading for 05/14/2015

Bilinear interpolation – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “In mathematics, bilinear interpolation is an extension of linear interpolation for interpolating functions of two variables (e.g., x and y) on a regular 2D grid.” tags: m interpolation Trey Causey – Software development skills for data scientists “Data scientists often come from diverse…

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What I’m Reading on 05/13/2015

William Zinsser, Author of ‘On Writing Well,’ Dies at 92 – NYTimes.com “But it was his role as an arbiter of good writing that resonated widely and deeply. “On Writing Well,” first published by Harper & Row in 1976, has gone through repeated editions, at least four of which were…

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What I’m Reading on 05/11/2015

All hail the next big job, the Chief IoT Officer | Computerworld “The bottom line: Whether your firm ends up with the Chief Data Officer or a Chief IoT Officer or both, a trend toward the creation of more chiefs may be on its way. “ tags: bs iot chief…

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Daily Math and Data Science Reading for 05/08/2015

Why picking a college roommate is now like online dating – CNET “Some colleges are now using software programs and algorithms to pair up first-year students. Much like online dating, it’s all based on compatibility.” tags: m picking college online dating Perform text analytics with Bluemix analytics services “This tutorial…

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Daily Math and Data Science Reading for 05/07/2015

The Top 5 Challenges Facing Big Data Startups Today “But as attractive as the big data space is, it can be a tricky sector for new entrepreneurs. Consider that 66 percent of all startups fail within the first 12 months. Though big data businesses may feel confident that they’re entering…

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What I’m Reading on 05/06/2015

IBM – Mobile App Development – US “This is the process of creating applications for mobile devices on a software platform. Ideally, developers will deliver true, mobile apps that stand on their own – and are not just warmed-over Web pages. The most successful mobile applications make full use of…

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What I’m Reading on 05/05/2015

Networking When You Hate Talking to Strangers – HBR “All that is well and good – for people who don’t mind talking to strangers. But as an introvert, one of the situations I hate most is making small talk with people I don’t know. Here’s how I’ve managed to strike…

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What I’m Reading on 05/04/2015

The Free ‘Big Data’ Sources Everyone Should Know – Data Science Central “Any company, from big blue chip corporations to the tiniest start-up can now leverage more data than ever before. Many of my clients ask me for the top data sources they could use in their big data endeavour…

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What I’m Reading on 04/09/2015

Apple releases iOS 8.3 with new features and fixes – CNET “Apple released iOS 8.3 today with several bug fixes and a few new additions and you can update now by going to Software Update on your iOS devices.” tags: bs apple ios Posted from Diigo. The rest of my…

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What I’m Reading on 04/07/2015

Microsoft’s open source .Net still can’t match open source Java | InfoWorld “Microsoft’s open-sourcing of server-side .Net technologies is a big step for the longtime king of proprietary desktop software. But the move itself is of limited impact, and .Net has a long way to go to catch up to…

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