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Blog Post: ODC Appreciation Day: Cursor Variables

Blog Post: ODC Appreciation Day: Cursor Variables

You know everything is Tim Halls fault, right? Including this blog post? Oh yes it is, he came up with the idea of OTN ODC Appreciation Day – a day where Oracle Bloggers all over the world show their appreciation of the Oracle Developer Community by blogging about some favorite Oracle feature. So what should I pick this year of the multitude of possible favorites? Something brand new? No, I think I’ll write about something that for almost a couple decades…

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Blog Post: An Intensive Week in Colorado

Blog Post: An Intensive Week in Colorado

In the last couple of days, I joined several interesting events in Colorado. First, I was able to take part of the “Advanced Data Vault & Ensemble Modeling Summit” at Genesee Academy. After that, I attended the first “Global Data … Continue reading →

Blog Post: Time series shootout: ARIMA vs. LSTM (talk)

Blog Post: Time series shootout: ARIMA vs. LSTM (talk)

Yesterday, the Munich datageeks Data Day took place. It was a totally fun event – great to see how much is going on, data-science-wise, in and around Munich, and how many people are interested in the topic! (By the way, I think that more than half the talks were about deep learning!) I also had … Continue reading Time series shootout: ARIMA vs. LSTM (talk)

Blog Post: Integrate haproxy service in MapR Control System

Blog Post: Integrate haproxy service in MapR Control System

If you would like to create your own MapR Service under the control of warden here’s an example based on a haproxy configuration how to achieve this. The method should work for any other service as well create new role [crayon-59d54ad9eb9f3885689681/]   create new warden service configuration [crayon-59d54ad9eba02752494685/] [crayon-59d54ad9eba06389037813/]   save the file and check […]

Blog Post: Announcing the Azure Data Science, IoT & Machine Learning Night

Blog Post: Announcing the Azure Data Science, IoT & Machine Learning Night

We are organizing a meetup that covers everything related to Data Science, IoT & Machine Learning on Azure. The event is free, feel free to join! Please register on our meetup page: https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/Microsoft-Azure-Zurich-User-Group/events/243559253/ Details: We are very happy to announce our next meetup on Data Science, IoT & Machine Learning in Azure! AGENDA • 18:00 […]

Blog Post: Announcing .NETConf.local Zürich & Pizza & Beer

Blog Post: Announcing .NETConf.local Zürich & Pizza & Beer

In the name of the Azure Zurich User Group (www.azurezurichusergroup.com) and .NET Day Switzerland (www.dotnetday.ch), we are organising a .NETConf.local event on 20.10.2017 in Zürich! If you are interested in .NET Core, Xamarin, Roslyn, etc…, join us and register on our meetup page. The event is open to anyone, held in English and free of […]

Blog Post: Serving angular2 content from Spring Boot application

Blog Post: Serving angular2 content from Spring Boot application

Recently I had to ship an Angular2/Angular4 application within a Spring boot WAR packaged application and I was having some issues when dealing with the the urls in the angular routes, since it goes through the DispatcherServlet I was getting 404 all over the place There are a few ways to handle this, below is my preferred solution : @Controllerpublic class Angular2ViewController { @RequestMapping({„/books“, „/login“, „/admin“, „/logout“, „/configure“}) public String index() { return „forward:/index.html“; }} There you go, as easy…

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Blog Post: Avoiding reinventing the wheel – use MULTISET EXCEPT to get set relative complement

Blog Post: Avoiding reinventing the wheel – use MULTISET EXCEPT to get set relative complement

Today in an application I stumbled upon a PL/SQL function created to return those elements of one nested table that did not exist in another nested table. Not a huge function, but still a bit of work and some thinking that had been done some while ago to compare the elements and create the desired output nested table. The trouble is, that this functionality already natively exists in PL/SQL (and SQL) – the developer had actually reinvented the wheel. In…

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