Estimates? We Don’t Need No Stinking Estimates! — Backchannel — Medium
Should software developers stop trying to estimate how long their work takes? In @backchannel I look at #noestimates
3 days ago
Graylog.org | Enterprise Log Analysis
Store Any Data. Any Format. Create your own extractors or choose from our vast community library. Process
logging  graylog 
9 days ago
Six Colors: How I stopped using RSS and didn't even notice
Here's @GlennF writing about how he's abandoned RSS. I'm right there with him!
5 weeks ago
LibreBoard is an open-source kanban board that let you organize things in cards, and cards in lists. You can use it alone, or with your team and family thanks to our real-time synchronisation…
5 weeks ago
Sqawk - an Awk-like program that uses SQL and can combine data from multiple files
Sqawk is an Awk-like program that uses SQL and can combine data from many files. It is powered by SQLite. Usage sqawk [options] query < filename sqawk [options] query filename1 [filename2 ...]…
shell  minimalism  sqlite  programming  opensource  sql  interesting  toolkit 
6 weeks ago
District Data Labs - Simple CSV Data Wrangling with Python
I wanted to write a quick post today about a task that most of us do routinely but often think very little about - loading CSV (comma-separated value) data into Python. This simple action has a…
ETL  data_cleaning  python  csv 
6 weeks ago
Using Python to Parse Spreadsheet Data
When you work on web applications for large organizations and enterprises, I am sure you have faced this unique problem. Organizations often store data in spreadsheets and you need to provide an…
excel  python  data  ETL 
6 weeks ago
How to get ETL horribly wrong
ETL ( Extract, transform, load) doesn't have to be like a spell on hell. To make a success of  ETL systems, you need the freedom and ability to make graceful U-turns when you detect a mistake in…
ETL  sql  database 
7 weeks ago
Home - parsley - GitHub
"a simple language for extracting structured data from web pages"
text  web  programming 
7 weeks ago
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