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Mattia Fregola 2024-05-27 03:20:25

Really lovely interactive exploration on queueing

πŸ“ Queueing – An interactive study of queueing strategies – Encore Blog

In this blog, we go on an interactive journey to understand common queueing strategies for handling HTTP requests.

Dany 2024-05-27 05:42:46

Verse Update

In this sponsored talk we take a look at the latest Verse features and what's coming soon to the language and framework.

Dany 2024-05-27 05:44:29

The interesting feature is the transactional stuff. It let's them have truly global state, that persists across executions and across the network.

Mariano Guerra 2024-05-27 12:26:39

Sheet Happens

But until I put the numbers in and tried to write about them… I did not know what I was trying to count, or what it would be possible to count. The spreadsheet is not a neutral tool of objective social quantification: it is the story of my research process.

πŸ“ Sheet Happens

When I started working on witchcraft cases in France from 1790-1940, I knew I wanted to count them. This, of course, was my first mistake. The oldest version I have of the Excel spreadsheet I built…

Mariano Guerra 2024-05-27 12:28:06

β€˜Avoid using the software’s β€œdate” format.’ (59) Instead use three columns for day month year. ( As any pre-20th century social historian will tell you, the Excel date function does not work for dates before 1900!

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Jason Morris 2024-05-27 17:05:54

Excellent advice. And apart from the date thing, pretty universally applicable.

Nilesh Trivedi 2024-05-28 17:24:30

This paper argues that Metagraphs are simpler and more efficient to represent graph data.

John Choi 2024-05-30 01:56:21

Oh wow! I've been looking for a good standard term to represent this kind of concept... finally found "metagraph", thanks for this πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘