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Wooden language - part 1

March 21, 2014Category: Random
The other day I've stumbled over this gem: I think this article represents a paradigm shift in a dynamic marketplace. As a whole, I see where the author is coming from, but I don't really agree with his findings. I'm trying to think of a proper disruptive rebuttal that will add value and create…

Install NumPy in a Virtual Environment on Windows

March 13, 2014Category: Software
Someone told me they use a custom python install named Anaconda on windows because it contains a set of math packages which are difficult to install. In fairness, they're right because any python module with native dependencies is a mess to install from sources (e.g. because you need the same…

Memory dump: Work with XMLField in Oracle (part 4)

March 7, 2014Category: Software
Table of Contents Part 1 - Prerequisites Part 2 - Create a table and perform a SELECT Part 3 - User Python to insert data Part 4 - references References for the series Using XQuery with Oracle XML DB XMLTYPE Oracle XML DB Developer's Guide ORA-01461: can bind a LONG value only for insert into a LONG…

Memory dump: Work with XMLField in Oracle (part 3)

March 6, 2014Category: Software
TL;DR: Here I present how to insert data with python in the table created at the previous step. Table of Contents Part 1 - Prerequisites Part 2 - Create a table and perform a SELECT Part 3 - User Python to insert data Part 4 - references In the previous entry, I've finished by creating the table…

Memory dump: Work with XMLField in Oracle (part 2)

March 5, 2014Category: Software
TL;DR: Here I present a SQL example from creating the table to performing a SELECT . Table of Contents Part 1 - Prerequisites Part 2 - Create a table and perform a SELECT Part 3 - User Python to insert data Part 4 - references Table and XMLTYPE Once we've seen that we have XMLTYPE available…

Memory dump: Work with XMLField in Oracle (part 1)

March 4, 2014Category: Software
TL;DR: Here I present an introduction of the problem and some prerequisites to check if you have XMLFIELD available. Table of Contents Part 1 - Prerequisites Part 2 - Create a table and perform a SELECT Part 3 - User Python to insert data Part 4 - references Introduction Recently, I've got a…

Use bfgminer as a service on Ubuntu (upstart)

March 1, 2014Category: Software
I've move my tiny miner from my mac to a linux (ubuntu) server. When I tried to run bfgminer as a normal use, I've found that it would not detect my miner, which was attached and nicely recognised by the system. Only after running it as root , it did detect and loaded it properly. So, I've…

Use a GraphView in a Fragment

February 22, 2014Category: Software
From what I've seen, most tutorials relative to GraphView use direct Action s. I wanted to use a Fragment instead. Here are the steps I did (using the Android Studio): Create a Layout Fragment First, create a fragment (create a new Layout Resource File ), based on a LinearLayout . I ended up…

Easy django applications with cookiecutter

February 20, 2014Category: Software
Now I'm trying to create a bunch of django applications and I've got tired of creating everything from scratch. So, here are the steps I'm using to easy create a new django app: Create a new virtual environment . This is vital. It allows you to set up your own versions, not pollute the default…

Make pyflakes/pylint ignore unused imports

February 12, 2014Category: Software
Sometimes, you need to add an import without explicitly using it, just to have stuff defined. In such cases, both pyflakes and pylint generate messages, which can be annoying. For example django-appconf has a class-based configuration like so: If I'm using the file like this, then I'll end up…
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