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RT : compliance is a standard in , but is unique among almost all because we su…
NoSQL  RDBMS  databases  ACID  from twitter
2 days ago by jpcs
Teach Yourself Computer Science
Study all nine subjects below, in roughly the presented order, using either the suggested textbook or video lecture series, but ideally both. Aim for 100-200 hours of study of each topic, then revist favorites throughout your career 🚀.
books  programming  computer-science  computer-architecture  algorithms  data-structures  databases  programming-languages 
2 days ago by rishaanp
Address Check
Post office lookup - Shows address and phone number of post office for address
data  databases  reference  cities  mail 
3 days ago by Daniel15
Understanding PostgreSQL locks | Lobsters
8 Understanding PostgreSQL locks databases citusdata.
ifttt  tfav  twitter  getpocket  databases 
3 days ago by linkt
The Case for Learned Index Structures – Arxiv Vanity
Indexes are models: a B-Tree-Index can be seen as a model to map a key to the position of a record within a sorted array, a Hash-Index as a model to map a key to a position of a record within an unsorted array, and a BitMap-Index as a model to indicate if a data record exists or not. In this exploratory research paper, we start from this premise and posit that all existing index structures can be replaced with other types of models, including deep-learning models, which we term learned indexes. The key idea is that a model can learn the sort order or structure of lookup keys and use this signal to effectively predict the position or existence of records. We theoretically analyze under which conditions learned indexes outperform traditional index structures and describe the main challenges in designing learned index structures. Our initial results show, that by using neural nets we are able to outperform cache-optimized B-Trees by up to
in speed while saving an order-of-magnitude in memory over several real-world data sets. More importantly though, we believe that the idea of replacing core components of a data management system through learned models has far reaching implications for future systems designs and that this work just provides a glimpse of what might be possible.
articles  algorithms  databases 
4 days ago by gmisra
Open Plaques - linking historical people and places - Open Plaques
Documenting the historical links between people and places as recorded by commemorative plaques
history  plaques  databases 
4 days ago by xr
LexisNexis’s Role in ICE Surveillance and Librarian Ethics | Law Librarian Blog
As library organizations discuss ways library professionals can advocate for intellectual freedom, democracy, and equality, we should begin by grappling with how to react when our major database providers engage in massive surveillance projects with the government. It is an opportunity for us, as professionals to put our ethical standards and critical information literacy practices to practical use. As the gatekeepers for the databases and platforms that we use for research, librarians have an obligation to honor privacy and civil liberties in their libraries, and to stand up to research product companies helping ICE to build supersystems for “extremely vetting” citizens and noncitizens alike.
libraries  databases  surveillance  ethics 
4 days ago by altoii
Shallows: lightweight persistence toolbox
(Seemingly) well designed caching library for iOS Swift 4
ios  swift  databases 
4 days ago by adamtait » Getting Started With dbdeploy
This is the database migration tool that we use in our "rnaischema" project.
databases  broad-institute  gpp  software-engineering 
4 days ago by darkwater

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