model calculation

To model or not to model should not be a question

It is quite often that a data scientist is confronted with the question: why develop a model? The person who asks wants a quick answer and going into the (presumably cumbersome) process of developing a model seems to him as a procrastinating exercise instead of just providing a quick answer. While, of course, there is … Continue reading To model or not to model should not be a question

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Exploratory Testing Gameplay

Moving from Scripted Regression Testing to Exploratory Testing

In this article, I will describe how we in the Pet Rescue Saga team moved from manual scripted regression testing to exploratory testing before each release, and what benefits we have seen from this. But first a look back at how we previously handled our regression tests before releases, and what prompted us to move … Continue reading Moving from Scripted Regression Testing to Exploratory Testing

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#Unit Event Berlin Official

Diversity, Tech & King: #Unit Festival in Berlin

In front of a quintessentially Berlin half-abandoned train station, a number of young men and women slowly started queuing at the reception of a festival which the organisers called “the largest queer tech conference” in Europe: #Unit. On April 16th I was there as well, representing King and speaking as a queer member of the … Continue reading Diversity, Tech & King: #Unit Festival in Berlin

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TechBlog GSA Feed Client

Feeding Google Search Appliance with GitHub information

First question that I expect springs to your mind right after reading the title is “Why the hell should I connect my GitHub and Google Search Appliance (GSA) instances? As far as I know GitHub has it’s own search engine, plus if I wanted to have GitHub contents in my GSA I would just use the built-in … Continue reading Feeding Google Search Appliance with GitHub information

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