Whether you’re just documenting how to do something for yourself or you want to share it, so it’s more easily understood by others. A notebook can be a world of difference.
For the past few days, I’ve been working with a fairly large dataset (2.87GB) that is in a collection of 66 different tabular delimited files. This in and of itself isn’t bad, but the problem is that I was wanting to be able to easily place it into various formats and have an easy way of working with it.
Let’s start off by saying that if you’re not writing Unit Tests….you should. Unit testing is everywhere these days, from Bootcamps, to tutorials, to books. There is a good reason behind this too. Unit tests help developers create a fully… Read More ›
.NET languages have a variety of forms of flow control, if statements are easily among the most noticeable. When having to compare multiple statements it is common practice to utilize switch statements due to it’s improved performance, but is there… Read More ›