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Exploring Sentiment Analysis

Photo credit : Pixabay Understanding Text mining – Part 2 Introduction This article is part 2 of Understanding Text Mining.If you just landed here, Part 1 is available here. One of the applications of text mining is sentiment analysis.In order for us to go ahead and carry out a sentiment analysis of our […]

Self Driven Data Science — Issue #32

Self Driven Data Science — Issue #32 Here’s this weeks lineup of data-driven articles, stories, and resources delivered faithfully to your inbox for you to consume. Enjoy! How Quora’s Head of Data Science Conducts Candidate Interviews Eric Mayefsky, head of data science at Quora, has assessed hundreds of job candidates in his half decade […]

The New Hubert is Finally Here!

Since launching the beta version at the end of July, we received a lot of great feedback from our valued users. After careful consideration of every suggestion, we’ve broken down the points and mixed them with our own internal input. From that, we organized new functionality into a list of […]

3 Answers and a Question with Elena Grewal

This iteration of our interview series features a conversation with Elena Grewal, Head of Data Science at Airbnb, where she talks building a company-wide data culture and what to do before your new data science hires start. Airbnb is one of the most-often used examples of digital disruption. But beyond simply […]

Introducing CSS Gridish: An Open Source Tool to Help Your Team Adapt CSS Grid Today

Today, I’m excited to introduce a new open-source tool from IBM called CSS Gridish! CSS Gridish takes design specs of your product’s grid and builds out several resources for your team to use: A sketch file with artboards and grid/layout settings for designers CSS/SCSS code using CSS Grid with a CSS Flexbox […]

How to make a collapsible menu using only CSS

Being a new developer, it’s hard not to look at all the sites on the web and think “Damn, I’d really like to build something like that…”, then after looking into what it would take, come to the realization that you’ve still got a lot to learn. You’ve probably wondered what […]

Computer Science, Simply Explained.

Introduction I write code for a living and I get asked all the time “Did you learn to code in school?”, and the truth is: not really. In school, I learned Computer Science (algorithms, data structures, forming logical arguments . . . in other words, theory) but at the time, I was more […]