Author: Camilo

This is a list of the things tech that I have been given, in one way or another, in the last few weeks. Create a minecraft server Make a docker version of minecraft Expand said server with kubernetes Commercialize the …

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To install SuiteCRM, you have many options,but two of those are to go with a bitnami account, or simply to self-host. I am choosing the hard way, because what is a SaaS implementation without a little bit of pain? Furthermore, …

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This was going to be a magic post about clustering an it amazing abilities to find out hidden gems, gaining insight from the data, reducing a problem to a manageable situation, or better explaining a given situation to business partners …

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Recently, with all the hoopla about Star Wars and derivative stories, there has been an increase in request with playtime with the stories relating to Star Wars and the changing contemporary mythology. My kid has been asking about Jedi, the …

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Can’t be easier than that. I just launched Digital Ocean instance, appliance Docker, and install Rocker. A perfect, nice RStudio server to play with when on the move.

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Going to parties where we are obviously the local color, the quirky go trendy

And then somebody tells me that the technique I am using was developed only three years ago, and you can’t find information about it. Seriously? this thing is as old as WWII.

The continuous attempts to tame the flood of information have a lot in common with detecting emergent patterns in complex systems: we look for a deterministic model that can explain the behavior detected in the large number of observations, present …

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These days that handle heat and patriotism, mixed with bubbles, street carnivals and overpriced flags made in China, are also reminders of subtler emotions, deeds and promises: we all read the books, and can almost TH understand the meaning and …

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Everywhere we see that Wilkinson’s book The Spirit Level applies; one of these studies points to regressive taxes as indicators of inequality and their higher associated costs: The NYT published an article about it: In the South and West, a …

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