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Saved by uncleflo on January 6th, 2019.
In 2000, the International Standards Organization adopted ISO Standard 12233: Photography -- Electronic still-picture cameras - Resolution measurements for the measurement of camera resolution. This standard is protected by copyright, but the design of the associated test chart seems not to be protected; its description has been available on the Web in an Excel spreadsheet. I have semi-manually converted this to an Adobe Illustrator file which is displayed here. In 2014 and again in 2017, the ISO revised the standard and the chart below was replaced by several new ones. Those new charts are not available here. In principle, you should be able to print this chart and perform resolution tests on your camera. The reality isn't that simple; there are lots of subtleties having to do with focus distance, quality and contrast of your printer, evenness of illumination, surface reflections, etc.
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Saved by uncleflo on January 4th, 2019.
go-daemon Build Status GoDoc. Library for writing system daemons in Go. Now supported only UNIX-based OS (Windows is not supported). But the library was tested only on Linux and OSX, so that if you have an ability to test the library on other platforms, give me feedback, please (#26). Features: Goroutine-safe daemonization; Out of box work with pid-files; Easy handling of system signals; The control of a daemon.
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Saved by uncleflo on December 23rd, 2018.
This is the repo for the book Text Mining with R: A Tidy Approach, by Julia Silge and David Robinson. Please note that this work is written under a Contributor Code of Conduct and released under a CC-BY-NC-SA license. By participating in this project (for example, by submitting a pull request with suggestions or edits) you agree to abide by its terms.
Saved by uncleflo on June 22nd, 2018.
When we talk about bias, we often tie it to acts of discrimination or prejudice. But according to cognitive science, everybody, by virtue of having a brain that’s constantly seeking efficiency, is biased in some way — and not all biases make us actively malicious. The key is how we manage our biases. While biases can affect any of an organization’s talent decisions, they can be especially harmful when it comes to diversity and inclusion efforts. And there is perhaps no setting that shapes careers, salaries, and lives like annual performance evaluations. In a recent performance management summit we ran with over 100 large organizations, 57% of them said they weren’t taking any actions to address bias in performance reviews. One reason why may be a lack of shared language: In order to address biases, you first have to be able to label them. Research has found that several biases come up again and again when managers are evaluating a team member.
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Saved by uncleflo on February 26th, 2018.
At work, we run a simple high-availability (HA) MariaDB setup that consists of an active master that handles all read and write queries from our applications, a passive master that can take over for the active master at any time, and a read-only replication slave (not shown) that we use for backups and analytics. Replication is configured so that the active master follows the passive master, the passive master follows the active master, and the analytics slave follows one of the masters. For the remainders of this post, I will refer to the active master as the master and the passive master as the standby. The benefits of this master-master configuration is that it allows us not only to failover from master to standby if the master becomes unhealthy, but also allows us to perform patching, reboots, lengthy migrations, and other kinds of database maintenance without impacting our users. Well, almost...
Saved by uncleflo on December 28th, 2017.
HHVM is an open-source virtual machine designed for executing programs written in Hack and PHP. HHVM uses a just-in-time (JIT) compilation approach to achieve superior performance while maintaining the development flexibility that PHP provides. HHVM supports Hack, PHP 5 and the major features of PHP 7. We are aware of minor incompatibilities, so please open issues when you find them. HHVM also supports many extensions as well. HHVM should be used together with a webserver like the built in, easy to deploy Proxygen, or a FastCGI-based webserver on top of nginx or Apache.
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Saved by uncleflo on November 14th, 2014.
Social Analytics is a section within STAR Social. It allows you to monitor multiple campaigns across multiple channels (not only Facebook) and measure your ROI. Dashboard is a key section of the analytics. It clearly shows reach, engagement, and conversions generated by each campaign or program as a whole. It enables you to get an in-depth understanding. Here you can get a deeper understanding of each campaign you run. Understand your users and optimize your future actions based on this understanding.
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Saved by uncleflo on July 17th, 2014.
Adobe Analytics puts the power of relevant data into the hands of marketers. You'll be able to see the trends, get key insights, and make strategic decisions that help you customize your digital experiences, find and create loyal customers, and increase revenue. Adobe Target lets you create, dynamically serve, and continually optimize personalized messages that get noticed, increase conversion, and keep customers coming back for more. Adobe Social has the tools, data, insights, and expertise to crack the code of social. We'll show you what's working, how it's working, and what you need to do to get even better results across all your social media investment. Adobe Media Optimizer gives you a consolidated view of how your media is performing, along with tools to both accurately forecast and continually optimize your media mix to deliver peak return on your investment.
Saved by uncleflo on July 15th, 2014.
VirtualDJ is the application that DJs use when they want to use a computer to play their music. Because being a DJ is more than just pressing play, DJs cannot just use iTunes or Media Player to perform a mix. They need special controls like crossfaders, loops, effects, etc, in order to "mix" the songs. VirtualDJ is the most used DJ software on the planet, with more than 150 million downloads, and is used by everybody from bedroom DJs to international superstars. Unlike some competitors, it doesn't rely on your years of experience learning how to DJ, but instead uses modern technology to help you mix better by focusing on the artistic side of the mix.
Saved by uncleflo on April 23rd, 2013.
Salsa in Istanbul, Turkey. A nice layout, minimalist looking website that is smooth for the eye. Lots of information about places, dance locations, bars, etc..
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