Analyzing movie rating data from an IMDB.com dataset using Python, Pandas and Matplotlib

    Since the dawn of cinema, the quality and enjoyment produced by motion pictures has been a complicated and controversial subject. An entire sub-industry has been created to review, criticize, recommend, analyze, categorize and rate movies. This, added to the subjective nature of each individual likes and dislikes has resulted in mixed experiences and expectations
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Probando Microsoft SQL Server en Linux

    Hace años, nunca hubiera pensado escribir un título como ese, pero las cosas cambian y Microsoft ahora está prestando atención a otros ambientes que no son los suyos. Esto nos ha dado la oportunidad de probar algunas de sus herramientas sin tener que vernos obligados a instalar Windows, lo cual se agradece mucho.    
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Getting out of the maze with A star

    A local IT company (who shall remain unnamed in this post and shall be thankful for that) was offering free tickets to this year’s Campus Party event in Mexico. To get the tickets, you needed to complete a programming challenge. Since I’ve never attended any Campus Party* and I enjoyed solving the programming challenge
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DevOps crash course at Wizeline

Prelude     A few weeks ago I was contacted by a friend who used to work with me. He told me that he was now working at Wizeline, a relatively new IT company. I had heard of them before and was intrigued. He also told me they would be sponsoring a two-day DevOps crash course
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Trip to Las Vegas

    In the last post I wrote about my work in Las Vegas, but I did not write about two fundamental aspects: The city and its people.     I have been in Vegas before, but it has been too long since then. I don’t remember what I did last time or where I went. This
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