No code development platforms are transforming the web, mobile and software development industries. As a result, many startups turn to these tools to quickly launch their minimum viable product (MVP). The high valuations of no code vendors like Airtable and Bubble.io came as a welcome surprise to no code startups. This leaves one crucial question … Continue reading Is No Code Development The Right Approach For Your MVP
Using a popular Content Management System (CMS) like WordPress is beneficial for website owners who want to create and maintain their own websites. But while the system can help streamline website creation and maintenance, it also presents several challenges, including common errors and bugs. If you've been using WordPress for a while, you know that … Continue reading Common WordPress Errors: What Do They Actually Mean?
Have you ever heard the phrase "You Are What You Read"? Simply put, the information that you consume informs your reasoning pattern and determines your productivity. So choosing the right study buddy or platform is essential and will keep you studying for longer. As a bonafide bookworm, I've had the pleasure of studying on many … Continue reading 4 Features On DataCamp That Rock!
Structured Query Language (SQL) is an invaluable skill in data science. But, unfortunately, most new data scientists view it as a second set of skills and don't realize it should be part of their current skill-set. If you learned Python, Java, or R, learning SQL is a piece of cake! There are specific quirks to … Continue reading Getting Started With SQL For Data Science
WooCommerce is an e-commerce plugin for WordPress(WP) that powers millions of online stores worldwide. It is one of the most accessible and affordable shopping systems - hence its prevalent use. WooCommerce stores are loaded with a lot of data that can be used to make actionable decisions and produce positive outcomes. Since machine learning is transforming many … Continue reading How To Analyze WooCommerce Data In Jupyter Notebook
Redundant, Obsolete, and Trivial (ROT) is a Big Data problem facing the 21st century. The popularity of Big Data is changing the way we think. It can offer unprecedented insight into business data and improve decision-making. Experts are still not on the same page on what makes up “big” data. Some argue that it is … Continue reading The Big Data Conundrum! Automating Data Cleansing