Some time ago I saw an advertisement on the internet (I guess it was on Youtube before some music video or Adam Bien tutorial) about Grammarly.
Because I am not a native English speaker I thought it will be useful for my writings and I gave it a try.
Recently I won 6 months of “all you can eat” DailyDrip. Now it is time to learn and share what I learned.
In this article I’ll give a brief introduction to the site and what you can learn.
This year it happens again: the International Day Against DRM is here!
To celebrate this, I offer at least a 50% discount on all my eBooks published at LeanPub until the 11th of August 2017:
The links above lead you to the website where the discounted prices are already applied.
I like to read books and I have time on the train every day to read. And I love free books. And the Giveaways of Goodreads are a great thing to get free books.
But this is a blog of a software developer — why would I write about free books?
Well, this post is not about 100 days of code but this blog. As you have probably seen, last week the regular post did not appear — because there was no regular post. That’s because I cannot keep up the pace.
This year I have been attending the Craft Conference in Budapest. It was again a great event: with its ups and downs as everything.
I’d like, if I may, tell you my experience, my story and my key takeaways from these 4 days.
Continuing the data science topic and Pandas. Here we take a look at more advanced features which lead us to our way to visualize the results — we clean our data.
You can find the article here: http://www.discoversdk.com/blog/python-and-pandas-part-2