Happened from 2015-11-01 to 2015-11-08


16 Libros Que Debes Leer Para Ser Un Data Scientist O Data Engineer

By Alejandro Alcalde (contacto@elbauldelprogramador.com) on 2015-11-01

Contenidos

Tras mucho buscar, al fin he conseguido recopilar una lista de libros que todo Científico de Datos o Ingeniero de Datos debería tener en su biblioteca personal. Sin más dilaciones, he aquí la lista (La descrición de los libros ha sido cogida de Amazon)

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Lo que me gustaría que hubiéramos hecho...

By Miguel Ángel García on 2015-11-01

agile

A veces te encuentras con un post que crees que es realmente revolucionario. Eso me ocurrió cuando leí el artículo What I wish we had done ... por primera vez.

Tanto me llamó la atención que no tardé ni 5 minutos en enviarle un email al mismo Ron Jeffries para pedirle permiso para traducirlo aquí, en mi blog. Me lo dio en menos de tres horas.

Espero que lo saboreéis tanto como yo. Espero haber sido fiel en la traducción.

Como siempre que hago esto, por favor, comentad sólo sobre la traducción. Los comentarios sobre el contenido del artículo deberían estar con el artículo original.

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The Force of Pliers

On 2015-11-01

I was sitting on the throne this morning, my iPhone in my hand, idly perusing the stream of random blather that is Facebook; when my eyes landed upon this post by Kevlin Henney.

As I followed his link, and then the next, and the next, I began to realize the dreadful truth; the horrible situation we are all in. The blood drained from my face. My body shook. The iPhone nearly fell into -- nevermind.

The implications of this are no less than galactolyptic.

In the statement 5 X 3 we don't know which number is the multiplier and which is the multiplicand!

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Validación de ficheros XML

By Adolfo Sanz De Diego (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-11-02

ejercicios, xml

XML Bien Formado

Un XML bien formado:
  • Incluirá una declaración XML al inicio con:
    • Versión (obligatoria): la más utilizada es 1.0, aunque ya está disponible la 1.1.
    • Codificación de caracteres (opcional): normalmente UTF-8 o UTF-16.
    • Si es independiente (standalone=”yes”) o se depende de validadores externos (standalone=”no”, opción por defecto).
  • Sólo existe un único elemento raíz.
  • Todos los elementos se encuentran anidados y correctamente cerrados.
  • Los valores de atributos deben ir entre comillas simples o dobles.
  • Los elementos vacíos deben terminar con '/' (autocierre) o añadiendo una etiqueta de fin.
  • Es sensible a mayúsculas y minúsculas
  • Los nombres de las etiquetas pueden ser alfanuméricos, pero siempre comenzando con una letra.

Ejemplo:

<? xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no" ?>
<nota id="1">
  <remitente>Miguel</remitente>
  <destinatario>Jorge</destinatario>
  <titulo>Recordatorio</titulo>
  <mensaje>Recógeme este fin de semana</mensaje>
</nota>

XML Válido

  • Además de estar bien formados, cumplen las especificaciones de un DTD, un XSD, un RNG, o un SCH

DTD (Document Type Definition)

Tutorial DTD

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2nd generation Hadoop: A platform for your most critical cloud applications

By Brian Taylor on 2015-11-02

As Hadoop adoption progresses, enterprises have to view it as a platform for real-time, vitally important cloud solutions, says WANdisco's David Richards.

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The Walk movie shows how cloud is shaking up the visual effects industry

By Conner Forrest on 2015-11-02

Conductor, the company behind the visual effects in the film The Walk, used cloud technology to bring the film to life. However, that's not the status quo for Hollywood movies.

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Hack Like the Bad Guys – Using Tor for Firewall Evasion and Anonymous Remote Access

By breenmachine on 2015-11-02

Uncategorized

By @breenmachine Summary In this post I’ll be dropping a tool and set of techniques that red teams can use to maintain anonymous, covert access to compromised machines. I’ll also present some advice for defenders looking to detect and respond to these types of attacks. This is not a brand new idea, but as far as … Continue reading Hack Like the Bad Guys – Using Tor for Firewall Evasion and Anonymous Remote Access

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What I wish I had said ...

On 2015-11-02

Agile-Related, Needle, Practices, success

Let's try this again. The previous article was not clear to all readers. I suppose this is often the case with my work but in this case I thought I'd try again.

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Pro tip: Add a printing service to your Android device in a flash

By Jack Wallen on 2015-11-03

If printing to a non-cloud-ready printer on Android has you confounded, learn how to add a manufacturer-ready print service so you can print to networked printers on your LAN.

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Security report: Industry and online presence drive your cyberthreat profile

By Brian Taylor on 2015-11-03

The Alert Logic 2015 Cloud Security Report found that there is a wide divergence of threats by industry, hackers view cloud targets as easier prey, and more.

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Thoughts on Mocks

On 2015-11-03

Agile-Related, Practices, tdd

A Twitter thread gets me thinking about Mock objects and whether they're more than just a matter of personal taste.

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Elementos XML VS Atributos XML

By Adolfo Sanz De Diego (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-11-04

xml

He encontrado un artículo bastante bueno donde hablan del tema:

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/x-eleatt/

A continuación paso a resumir el artículo:

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Microsoft cuts OneDrive storage, here are 3 cloud alternatives

By Andy Wolber on 2015-11-04

Recently, Microsoft limited the storage options for its OneDrive users. Here's how you can use Box, Dropbox, or Google Drive as an alternative.

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Primeros Pasos Programando Con Kinect

By Alejandro Alcalde (contacto@elbauldelprogramador.com) on 2015-11-05

Contenidos

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talks/podcast recomendations

By Eduardo Ferro Aldama (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-11-05

agilidad, charlas, podcasts, Vida De informático

This are my latests talks/podcast recomendations:

Enjoy

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Fail? Fast or slow, I'd rather not.

On 2015-11-05

Agile-Related, success

Mistakes, I've made a few [thousand], but then again too many to take personally. – not Frank Sinatra

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Google Lanza Contributor, Apoya a Tus Webs Favoritas Sin Ver Anuncios

By Alejandro Alcalde (contacto@elbauldelprogramador.com) on 2015-11-06

Contenidos

Como seguramente sabreis, estos últimos años se ha incrementado la batalla entre compañías de publicidad y los Ads blockers. Personalmente me afecta, ya que le dedico bastante tiempo al blog, y creo que los dos anuncios que hay no son intrusivos, y un gran porcentaje de lectores usa este tipo de software para bloquear anuncios.

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Las 10 entradas más populares de mi blog

By Adolfo Sanz De Diego (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-11-06

accesibilidad, bash, Bootstrap, codemotion, curso, entrada, eventos, htmltour, javascript, less, populares, recursos, rwd, shell script, usabilidad

 

Estos son, hasta la fecha, las 10 entradas más populares de mi blog:

  1. (2015.06) Principios SOLID con ECMAScript 6, el nuevo estándar de JavaScript
  2. (2015.05) Recursos de muchos de los cursos que he impartido como profesor
  3. (2015.05) Recursos de mi "Curso de JavaScript Avanzado"
  4. (2014.10) Recursos de mi "Curso Avanzado de Bash Shell Script"
  5. (2014.09) Recursos de mi curso de "Diseño de Interfaces #RWD #Usables y #Accesibles con #LESS y #Bootstrap"
  6. (2013.02) Herramientas VS Procedimientos
  7. (2012.10) Mi crónica del #HTMLTour de @plainconcepts
  8. (2012.04) ¿Cómo aumentar el abanico de ponentes y la asistencia de un evento?
  9. (2012.03) #Boadinux #2012 | Crónica de un evento anunciado
  10. (2012.03) #Codemotion #es #2012 | Recopilando datos

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DTrace: [even better than] strace for OS X

By Colin Jones on 2015-11-06

Tools

strace is awesome. It lets you see exactly what system calls are being made by your running application. Wondering what configuration files the framework looks for? Want to know why the remote connection is hung up? strace can help... if you're running Linux.

If you're running OS X on your development machine, you might assume you're out of luck: there's no strace on OS X. But I've got good news for you: DTrace can do magic like strace, and even more! And it comes with OS X (/usr/bin/dtrace), so you can get started right away (though you'll have a few steps to go through first if you've upgraded to El Capitan [4]). Sorry Linux and Windows users—this post probably isn't the one you're looking for [5].

Below are a few nice tricks you can do with DTrace to impress your coworkers, and also to get better insights into what your system is really doing.

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What Do WebLogic, WebSphere, JBoss, Jenkins, OpenNMS, and Your Application Have in Common? This Vulnerability.

By breenmachine on 2015-11-06

Uncategorized

By @breenmachine What? The most underrated, underhyped vulnerability of 2015 has recently come to my attention, and I’m about to bring it to yours. No one gave it a fancy name, there were no press releases, nobody called Mandiant to come put out the fires. In fact, even though proof of concept code was released … Continue reading What Do WebLogic, WebSphere, JBoss, Jenkins, OpenNMS, and Your Application Have in Common? This Vulnerability.

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GTAC 2015 is Next Week!

By Google Testing Bloggers (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-11-07

Anthony Vallone, GTAC

by Anthony Vallone on behalf of the GTAC Committee

The ninth GTAC (Google Test Automation Conference) commences on Tuesday, November 10th, at the Google Cambridge office. You can find the latest details on the conference site, including schedule, speaker profiles, and travel tips.

If you have not been invited to attend in person, you can watch the event live. And if you miss the livestream, we will post slides and videos later.

We have an outstanding speaker lineup this year, and we look forward to seeing you all there or online!

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