mapsontheweb:

Brazilian States by #1 Export, 2014

mapsontheweb:

Brazilian States by #1 Export, 2014

planetmoney:

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Mark Zuckerberg. Bill Gates. Steve Jobs. Most of the big names in technology are men.

But a lot of computing pioneers, the ones who programmed the first digital computers, were women. And for decades, the number of women in computer science was growing.

But in 1984, something changed. The number of women in computer science flattened, and then plunged.

Today on the show, what was going on in 1984 that made so many women give up on computer science? http://n.pr/1FqZOyo

.net tips #1

need to use Linq on your Unit Test?

using System.Linq;

Inheriting from a POCO entity to reuse ? [NotMapped] class ….

goto-blog:

#Programming in movies vs. programming in real life

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jtoprocessing:

ColorScheme version 0.0.2 ! !

I added a new feature to the ColorScheme processing library I made.
Now you can pass image files to the constructor like:

ColorScheme colorScheme = new ColorScheme("image.jpg", this);

It will generate a color scheme based on the most common colors in the image
(with a bit of randomness in there to give you some accents).

Source code

Awesome.

The Frightening Future of Digital Maps: Monica Stephens

Social networks, GIS, cartographic visualizations, and the gendered dimensions of Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI). 

keckclip:

A decision tree to choose a Machine Learning algorithm

keckclip:

A decision tree to choose a Machine Learning algorithm

"The most dangerous thought you can have as a creative person is to think you know what you’re doing."

Up, up and Away!

Everyday I have this feeling that the things in my screen, inside the chips, traveling in the clouds are looking for a better placement and we keep looking for a better approach.

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json string dynamic read

  just to keep usual things noted.
with dummy object: string myJson = "[{id: 10, typeID: 4},{id: 100, typeID: 3}]"; var dummyObject = new[] { new { id = 0, typeID = 0 } }; var myObjects = JsonConvert.DeserializeAnonymousType(myJson, dummyObject); Console.WriteLine(myObjects[0].id);

from http://wblo.gs/cZK.


without dummy object:
using System.Collections.Generic;
...
 JavaScriptSerializer js = new JavaScriptSerializer();
 dynamic jsonResponse = js.DeserializeObject(myJson);
 Console.WriteLine(jsonResponse[0]["id"]);