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Rants about Configuration Manager and PowerShell

Note: Although I’m still on hiatus, I was reminded about a few blog posts sitting in my drafts queue that need to get posted before they get stale like me.  1,625 more words


Local journalism is getting more data-driven — and other thoughts on Data Journalism UK 2017

Last week I hosted the second annual Data Journalism UK conference — a convenient excuse to bring together speakers from the news media, industry experts, charities and startups working in the field. 1,333 more words

Online Journalism

4 ways to Monitor MySQL/Mariadb

e.g. mytop –prompt -d databases

e.g. sudo innotop -u root -p ‘passwd’


via https://www.tecmint.com/mysql-performance-monitoring/

Setting Mariadb on Raspberry Pi


sudo apt-get install mariadb-server-10.1

Default Raspberry Pi 3 Mariadb password

sudo mysql -u root -p -h localhost

Management Services, 2 ways


Mango Languages

Mango Languages

Mango Languages

Product Summary: This database provides lessons in conversational language making learning a new language practical and easy.

Critical Evaluation: This program had a large range of languages to choose from, 72 to be exact, and some of them are pretty obscure. 556 more words

LearningExpress Library

Learning Express Library


Product Summary: This database provides tutorials and practice tests for most major academic and employment exams as well as courses to improve workplace skills. 525 more words

How does your non-relational garden grow?

My last blog post was focused on the potential unruliness of the semantic web/RDF approach to data management. But I’ve encountered two things since that have caused me to reconsider. 952 more words

Artificial Intelligence