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Even if you haven’t worked on Kubernetes, chances are you’ve at least heard or read about it. It is already one of the most popular open source projects ever, and it’s still being developed. We need to understand where we’ve come from to appreciate where we’re today. The same rings true for Kubernetes. I was recently told, ‘Boring infrastructure is…

If you’re making decisions based just on internal data, you’re already behind the curve. The sudden decline of Blackberry came as a shock to the world. A year before its revenue dropped by nearly half, tech-giant Blackberry recorded the highest number of smartphone sales in its history. In fact, in the same five-year period that the company’s share prices plummeted from…

Numbers are everywhere and drive our day-to-day lives. We take decisions based on numbers, both at work and in our personal lives. For example, an organization may rely on sales numbers to see if it’s succeeding or failing, and a group of friends planning a vacation may look at ticket prices to pick a place. In the social domain, numbers…

Imagine that you want to understand why your mother loves making pancakes for breakfast. You could sneak around the kitchen, tracking when and how she makes pancakes, or you could just sit down and have a chat with her. Most people would agree that the chat will give a much better answer. If you want to understand people’s beliefs or…

Observational data is a valuable form of research that can give researchers information that goes beyond numbers and statistics. In general, observation is a systematic way to collect data by observing people in natural situations or settings. There are many different types of observation, each with its strengths and weaknesses. Participant vs. Non-Participant Observation Participant observation: the researcher is involved…

What is an outlier? In short, it’s a data point that is significantly different from other data points in a data set. The long story? There isn’t a strong mathematical definition for what is or isn’t an outlier. In the end, detecting and handling outliers is often a somewhat subjective exercise. So how can you dive into a new data…