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Actual Data Always Needs To Be Explicit

This might seem obvious, but it wasn’t to me it first. Now I consider it a database design rule of thumb, or even a patten. I’ll explain using an example. Consider an application where you also need automatic tagging of … Continue reading

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Database Design Problem

A few weeks ago, I had to work out a database design for my startup. I had a bit of a hard time deciding on a design direction, but after thinking about it, I settled on a design I was … Continue reading

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http://ivory.idyll.org/articles/advanced-swc/ “Intermediate and Advanced Software Carpentry in Python” is an excellent reading by Titus Brown. If you feel you’re good with Python but want to improve it, or if you are an experienced programmer that wants to get better, this … Continue reading

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