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Social BI Inspires Data Popularity

Social BI Tools: A Logical (and Crucial) Extension of Social Networking! Business intelligence has become a crucial tool for business users and for organizations large and small. It was only a matter of time before social business intelligence took over the enterprise! Sharing data and content is a habit for all consumers and consumers have jobs. Show More Summary

Interview with Mark Story - Voices of the ElePHPant

mark_story Audio Show Notes Cake PHP Greater Toronto PHP User Group . The post Interview with Mark Story appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

CORS and OpenWhisk web actions - Rob Allen

By default, OpenWhisk will handle the relevant responses for CORS. Specifically, it will respond to an OPTION request with these headers: Access-Control-Allow-Origin: Access-Control-Allow-Methods: OPTIONS, GET, DELETE, POST, PUT, HEAD,...Show More Summary

Predictive Analysis Tools are Not Just for Analysts

Plug n’ Play Predictive Analytics Solutions for Every Business User! Predictive analysis is very important to your organization. If you can dependably predict and forecast results, you can stay ahead of the competition, address changing customer needs, capitalize on opportunities and solve problems before they negatively impact your enterprise. Show More Summary

“Before” (not “Beyond”) Design Patterns - Paul M. Jones

(N.b.: This has been languishing at the bottom of my blog heap for years; time to get it into the sun.) The 2013 article Beyond Design Patterns takes the approach of reducing all design patterns to a single pattern: “Abstracting Communication...Show More Summary

Under construction

It’s been a while since I posted a more personal update here. But, as I announced this morning, I’ve

Leaving Flickr

I’m very sad about this, especially because of all the friends I have made on Flickr, but with Verizon’s acquisition of Yahoo (and so Flickr) and the

Laravel QueryDumper - Sarfraz Ahmed

I wanted simple and quick way to see all running queries on any page of my laravel application especially accompanied by MySQL's EXPLAIN results. So I created very simple package called Laravel QueryDumper that allows me see just that. Screenshot Checkout Laravel QueryDumper

Plan for the Future with Assistance From Open Source Experts

Trapped in a Software Silo? Open Source Experts Can Help! I was thinking about this the other day. The concept of putting together a software, mobile application and technology environment in a business is rather like putting together a jigsaw puzzle. Show More Summary

Advanced Analytics: If You Don’t Know What You Need, How Can You Succeed?

Every enterprise is talking about Business Intelligence and Advanced Analytics. Every enterprise has considered the benefits of implementing self-serve analytics across the organization and involving business users in the process. Panel...Show More Summary

How a Grumpy Programmer wires their home for internet

Back at the beginning of August my long-suffering wife and I packed up our possessions and moved almost 2 hours away to a small village of ~2500 people into a house on a street that doesn't seem to show up on a lot of major GPS systems. Show More Summary

PHP 7.2.0 Release Candidate 2 Released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 7.2.0 RC2. This release is the second Release Candidate for 7.2.0. All users of PHP are encouraged to test this version carefully, and report any bugs and incompatibilities in the bug tracking system. Show More Summary

Symfony Console Beyond the Basics – Helpers and Other Tools - SitePoint PHP

It's undeniable how useful console commands can be when developing software. Not too long ago we re-introduced the Symfony Console component. This component allows us to create structured and testable CLI commands. We created some simple...Show More Summary

Pulse: KBpedia v 151 Released

A minor update to KBpedia (v 151) was released today. KBpedia exploits large-scale knowledge bases and semantic technologies for machine learning, data interoperability and mapping, and fact extraction and tagging.

Practical Refactoring Tips For Developers That Love Legacy Applications - Nomad PHP

Speaker: Davi Marcondes Moreira @devdrops Many times in our career we have (or we’ll have) to deal with legacy applications, and refactoring is an art specially designed for this scenario. In this lightning talk, I’ll give a few tips...Show More Summary

2018 Ontology Summit: Ontologies in Context

Tweet 2018 Ontology Summit: Ontologies in Context The OntologySummit is an annual series of online and in-person events that involves the ontology community and communities related to each year’s topic. The topic chosen for the 2018 Ontology Summit will be Ontologies in Context, which the summit describes as follows. Show More Summary

Mobile BI Tools with Great ROI and TCO: Fast and Easy

Mobile BI Tools with Great ROI and TCO? Yes! You CAN Have it All! I know many of you balk at the idea of upgrading or acquiring BI tools. The benefits of business intelligence software are well known but organizations are often discouraged by what they perceive as the high cost and long implementation time required to complete the project. ### If you are on...

Plug n’ Play! Analytics that Leads Business Users to Success

Plug n’ Play Predictive Analysis: Sophisticated, Yet Easy for Every User! Oh, the confusion of advanced analytical terminology. Read a report, attend a conference and your head is swirling with terms like ‘assisted predictive modeling’, plug n’ play predictive analysis, smart visualization, augmented data discovery and augmented data preparation. Show More Summary

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