Software process – Intway Don Bass http://intwaydonbass.com/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 22:08:12 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://intwaydonbass.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2021-06-29T192438.893-150x150.png Software process – Intway Don Bass http://intwaydonbass.com/ 32 32 Disrupting the software testing economy with AI https://intwaydonbass.com/disrupting-the-software-testing-economy-with-ai/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 21:25:48 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/disrupting-the-software-testing-economy-with-ai/ EMA (Enterprise Management Associates) recently released a report titled “Disrupting the Economics of Software Testing Through AI”. In this report, author Torsten Volk, Research Director at EMA, explains why traditional approaches to software quality cannot evolve to meet the needs of modern software delivery. It highlights five key categories of AI and six test automation […]]]>

EMA (Enterprise Management Associates) recently released a report titled “Disrupting the Economics of Software Testing Through AI”. In this report, author Torsten Volk, Research Director at EMA, explains why traditional approaches to software quality cannot evolve to meet the needs of modern software delivery. It highlights five key categories of AI and six test automation critical points that AI addresses.

We sat down with Torsten and talked about the report and his insights into the impact of AI on software testing:

Q: What’s wrong with the current state of testing? Why do we need AI?

Organizations that depend on traditional testing tools and techniques fail to keep up with the needs of today’s digital demands and quickly fall behind their competitors. Growing application complexity and time-to-market demands across the enterprise make it difficult for software delivery teams to keep pace. There is a growing need to optimize the process with AI to help eradicate mundane and repetitive tasks and control quality costs that have spiraled out of control.

Q: How can AI help and with what?

There are five key features where AI can help: creating smart scribbling/NLP (Natural Language Process) based tests, self-healing, coverage detection, anomaly detection, and visual inspection . The report I wrote highlights six critical points where these capabilities can help. For example: false positives, test maintenance, inefficient feedback loops, increasing application complexity, device proliferation, and toolchain complexity.

Leading organizations have already embraced some level of AI-based self-healing and test creation, but by far the most impactful is visual inspection (or visual AI), which provides comprehensive and accurate coverage of user experience. It is able to learn and adapt to new situations without the need to write and maintain code-based rules.

Q: Are people embracing AI?

Yes, AI adoption is on the rise for many reasons, but to me, it’s not that people aren’t adopting AI – they’re embracing AI-based technical capabilities. For example, people want the ability to automate NLP-based testing for a specific use case. People are more interested in the return on investment achieved through the speed and scalability of using AI in the development process, and not necessarily how the sausage is made.

Q: How is the role of the developer/tester changing with the implementation of AI?

When looking at test automation, developers and testers need to make a decision about what belongs in test automation. How is it classified, for example. Then all you have to do is set the framework for the AI ​​to operate and provide it with feedback to continuously improve its performance over time.

Once that happens, developers and testers are freed up to do more creative, interesting, and valuable work by eliminating the toil of mundane or repetitive work — work that has no value on its own but needs to be done. correctly every time.

For example, examining thousands of web page renderings. Some of them have small differences, but they don’t matter. If I can get the machine to filter out all the unimportant ones and just highlight the few that may or may not be a defect, I’ve now reduced my work from thousands to one very small handle.

Automatic classification is a great example of being able to reduce your work. If you reduce repetitive work, it means you don’t miss anything. Whereas if I’m looking at the same thing, which looks like the same page every time, I might miss something. Whereas if I can ask the AI ​​to tell me this page is slightly different from others you’ve viewed, and here’s why, it eliminates repetitive and mundane tasks and reduces the chances of error-prone results.

Q: Should I hire AI experts or develop an internal AI practice?

The short answer is no. There are many vendor solutions available that allow you to leverage the AI, machine learning, and training data already in place.

If you want to implement AI yourself, you actually need people with two sets of knowledge in the field: first, the field you want the application of AI to be, but second, an understanding deep dive into the possibilities of AI and how you can chain them together. capabilities together. Often it is too expensive and too rare.

If your primary deliverable is not the AI ​​deliverable but the ROI deliverable that AI can deliver, then it’s best to find a tool or service that can do that for you and allow you to focus on your area of ​​expertise. This will make life much easier because there will be many more people in a company who understand this area and only a small handful of people who only understand AI.

Q: You say visual inspection capability is the biggest impact. How does this help?

Training deep learning models to inspect an application through the eyes of the end user is key to removing much of the mundane repetitive tasks that make humans inefficient.

Intelligent exploration, self-healing, anomaly detection, and coverage detection are each point solutions that help organizations reduce their risk of blind spots while reducing human workload. But visual inspection goes a step further by aiming to understand application workflows and business requirements.

Q: Where do I start today? Can I integrate AI into my existing test automation practice?

Yes – Visual AI Applitools example.

Q: What is the future state?

Autonomous testing is the vision of the future, but we have to ask ourselves why don’t we have a self-driving car yet? It’s because today, we still chain models and models of models. But at the end of the day, where we’re striving to achieve is that AI takes over all tactical and repetitive decisions and humans think more strategically at the end of the process where they are more valuable from a commercial point of view.

Thanks to Torsten for spending time with us and if you are interested in reading the full report http://applitools.info/sdtimes .

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This simple software makes the work of environmentalists easier https://intwaydonbass.com/this-simple-software-makes-the-work-of-environmentalists-easier/ Thu, 13 Jan 2022 01:01:15 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/this-simple-software-makes-the-work-of-environmentalists-easier/ On most fall days, David Sopjes can be found in the Eel River in Northwestern California, counting fish. As a retired science teacher and citizen scientist, Sopjes has spent the past 10 years monitoring the chinook salmon population in the Eel River, which he says has the state’s third largest watershed. Each fall, Sopjes counts […]]]>

On most fall days, David Sopjes can be found in the Eel River in Northwestern California, counting fish. As a retired science teacher and citizen scientist, Sopjes has spent the past 10 years monitoring the chinook salmon population in the Eel River, which he says has the state’s third largest watershed. Each fall, Sopjes counts the salmon while waiting for the winter rains to recur.

“They don’t eat anymore. They have one thing in mind, and it’s just sex, ”says Sopjes.

Before acquiring a drone three years ago, Sopjes and his colleagues counted salmon by snorkeling in the river and standing on paddleboards, which greatly disturbed the fish and did not was not very specific.

The drone produced clear photographs of the salmon, but counting the fish in the images using pen and paper was tedious. While searching the internet for a better way to count and organize his data, he found a software called PointPointOie and have been using it ever since.

Designed at the American Museum of Natural History Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, DotDotGoose is a free, open source tool that helps researchers manually count objects in images. Peter Ersts, the centre’s senior software developer, created DotDotGoose in May 2019. He came up with the idea from discussions with colleagues.

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Back then, the most popular ways for conservation researchers to identify different categories of animals in photos were very convenient. “A lot of people were still literally projecting images onto a dry-erase board, circling the animals and turning off the projector, then counting them as they wiped. [off the markings]”, says Ersts.” I saw the need for a really simple tool that allows you to quickly and easily put points on an image. ”

Although the tool has only been online for about two and a half years, it is already helping many researchers around the world. Since finding DotDotGoose, Sopjes says he has counted thousands of fish and the accuracy of his data has improved “dramatically”, so much so that the California Department of Fish and Wildlife has gone. interested in the use of its datasets. Accurately recording the total number of fish associated with the drone footage provided Sopjes with a useful way to track each fish.

DotDotGoose allows users to customize the interface to meet their needs. David Sopjes

How it works

DotDotGoose has a very simple interface which allows users to import images they wish to analyze. Then they can divide different objects of the pictures into “classes” or categories. For example, Sopjes defines classes as different stages in the life of a salmon. Each category corresponds to a point color.

To count each class, researchers can click on each object in the image to place the point. DotDotGoose counts the number of points per class as they are placed. Users can add custom notes, latitude and longitude coordinates, or other data points to describe the image.

DotDotGoose was originally intended to count animals for conservation research, but Ersts has seen users reuse it to count inventory in warehouses, components on circuit boards, and even flowers on plant driveways. tomatoes for the Guinness World Record.

Why this is useful

Rochelle Thomas, a graduate student in the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology at Columbia University, used DotDotGoose with real geese.

From 1995 to 2019, Thomas’ advisor Robert Rockwell had taken aerial photographs of flocks of lesser snow geese in the Hudson Bay region of Canada. In the early years of the project, Thomas said Rockwell would print the photographs to count the geese by hand.

When Thomas joined the project in 2018, she tried counting geese using Photoshop, but it was hard to count. geese simultaneously by species and by age. She was introduced to Ersts while he was building DotDotGoose and became the beta tester for the program. The name of the program is a nod to his work with lesser snow geese.

“I spent many days putting dots on geese, and it kind of came [to me] to call it DotDotGoose, ”says Ersts.

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Compared to similar software, such as Photoshop and ImageJ, Thomas likes that DotDotGoose was designed with a conservation biologist in mind and allowed him to change the image quality or insert information indicating the presence of water in the photo.

“Conservation biologists and environmentalists only sit on tons and tons of photographic data,” says Thomas.

And while the current manual version of the program already makes the data more manageable for analysis, she believes making the counting in DotDotGoose more automated could help more support research projects like hers.

The future of DotDotGoose

Ersts has been planning to semi-automate the process since its inception.

“If you are able to record these coordinates of your locations on an image, then you basically have a training set that you can use.” [to power] a machine learning model to help automate things in the future, ”says Ersts. “[But] It’s a pretty tough task to automate this when you really start to think about all the different types of data that are out there.

Ersts imagines that the researchers could train him with a few similarly oriented photos specific to their project and containing the same types of objects.

But even a bespoke automated DotDotGoose would have its limits. Images with many objects grouped together would be very difficult to analyze. And while an automated version of the program could free up researchers’ time, Ersts says a human should still be part of the process, at least to verify the work of the computer.

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31 Huskers Get Gilman Scholarship to Study Abroad | Nebraska today https://intwaydonbass.com/31-huskers-get-gilman-scholarship-to-study-abroad-nebraska-today/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 06:00:00 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/31-huskers-get-gilman-scholarship-to-study-abroad-nebraska-today/ In 2021, 31 undergraduate students from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln were awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to support credited study abroad, internships abroad, or virtual international opportunities. During the March 2021 application cycle, 12 Huskers were awarded a Gilman Scholarship to study abroad or complete a virtual international program between May […]]]>

In 2021, 31 undergraduate students from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln were awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to support credited study abroad, internships abroad, or virtual international opportunities.

During the March 2021 application cycle, 12 Huskers were awarded a Gilman Scholarship to study abroad or complete a virtual international program between May 1, 2021 and April 30, 2022. Nineteen Huskers were awarded during the October 2021 cycle to participate in a December program from 1, 2021 to October 31, 2022.

The Gilman is a nationally competitive scholarship awarded twice a year by the we State Department of the Office of Educational and Cultural Affairs and administered by the Institute of International Education. Students can apply several months before their program, allowing them to finalize their study abroad plans with the assurance of funding.

The Gilman Scholarship represents under-represented underrepresented undergraduates who might not otherwise attend due to financial constraints, and aims to encourage students to study and complete an internship in a wide range of countries and study languages, in particularly of languages ​​with critical needs.

Gilman Fellows receive up to $ 5,000 to cover program costs and may receive up to an additional $ 3,000 to study a critical language.

In response to the lawsuit COVID-19 pandemic, the Gilman program allows grantees to use their scholarships to take online courses or virtual intensive language programs at institutions based outside the United States, study abroad programs run by virtual teachers or virtual international internships until summer 2022. The program also regularly updates its list of eligible countries for student participation in accordance with we Department of State Travel Advisory.

In addition to advising students during Gilman’s application process with the Office of National and International Scholarships, the Nebraska Office of Education Abroad continues to support students who wish to go abroad in accordance with the policies of university and State Department trip. The office also has Extensive global virtual learning possibilities in response to the pandemic, including the addition of new Global Experience courses, distance learning internships and affiliate virtual programs.

Here is a list of the university’s most recent Gilman Fellows by hometown, along with year of study, major (s), intended country of study, and 2021 application cycle for which they were. awarded.

Nebraska:

Cairo:

  • Lucille Kohtz, junior, world studies, South Korea, October

Columbus:

  • Anibal Grajeda, junior, international trade, Italy, October

Gering:

  • Jaela Hardin, senior, psychology and world studies, Spain, March

Big Island:

  • Isabelle Vlach, junior, world studies, Germany, March

Lincoln:

  • Nour Al-Ghareeb, senior, biochemistry and pre-health, Greece, October
  • Sarah Al-Hilfy Leon, senior, global and pre-law studies, Morocco, October
  • Seth Alnwick, junior, art, South Korea, October
  • Dawsyn Barnhill, second year, international trade, France, October
  • Devan Buescher, Senior Manager, Management and International Trade, UK, March
  • Helen Duong, senior, global studies and chemistry, Chile, March
  • Elizabeth Graham, senior, nutrition and health sciences, Ethiopia and Zambia, October
  • Elle Hove, senior, international trade, Italy, October
  • Dylan Little, second grade, art, Germany, March
  • Maryam Muayad, second year student, criminology and criminal justice, Spain, March
  • Yadah Mukendi Muamba, senior, business administration, France, March
  • Zeta Nguyen, senior, accounting, Japan, March
  • Katie Schmitz, Junior, Global Studies, Ethiopia and Zambia, October
  • Hadley Susie, junior, software engineering, Germany, October
  • Hannah Varenhorst-Johnson, junior, psychology and business administration, Denmark, October

Omaha:

  • Michael Earnest, junior, sports media and communications, and broadcasting, Japan, March
  • Lauren Lewis, junior, marketing, Spain, March
  • Gary Marshall, senior, publicity and public relations, UK, October
  • Yajaira Pacheco-Menjivar, second year, international trade, South Korea, October
  • Yaritza Pacheco-Menjivar, second year, international trade and pre-dentistry, South Korea, October
  • Clarice Santos, senior, economics and sociology, Ethiopia and Zambia, October
  • Jackson Stull, senior, music and German, Germany, October
  • Monzeratt Valentin, senior, world studies and political science, Uruguay, October

Elsewhere in the United States:

Clayton, Georgia:

  • Dalilah Valdez, senior, criminology and criminal justice, and sociology, United Kingdom, October

Hennepin, Minnesota:

  • Ayla Volante, senior, anthropology and global studies, Morocco, October

Sioux Falls, South Dakota:

  • Jada Moore, junior, marketing, UK, March

Maple Valley, Washington:

  • Rylan Korpi, Senior, Global Studies and Mathematics, Brazil, March

The next round of Gilman scholarship applications is expected on March 1. Interested students should contact the Education Abroad Office at educationabroad@unl.edu or visit the Gilman Program Website for more details.

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New year, new job? Here are 3 great opportunities to apply for this week https://intwaydonbass.com/new-year-new-job-here-are-3-great-opportunities-to-apply-for-this-week/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 22:44:42 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/new-year-new-job-here-are-3-great-opportunities-to-apply-for-this-week/ And just like that, we have a whole new year ahead of us (how exciting). January is a common time of year for people to make changes in their lives, or at least get the ball rolling in some way. One big change that people tend to think of at the start of a new […]]]>

And just like that, we have a whole new year ahead of us (how exciting). January is a common time of year for people to make changes in their lives, or at least get the ball rolling in some way. One big change that people tend to think of at the start of a new year is a career change. We want to be there with you and help you the best that we can if you are looking for an exciting new job opportunity. So we took a look at our job site and hand-picked some of the best jobs currently available.

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The successful candidate will be a member of an expert services team that is responsible for delivering a quality solution on time, on budget and to customer satisfaction. Responsible for delivering a set of key services and deliverables that meet client specifications. Primary responsibilities include the development, testing and launch of marketing programs.

The successful candidate will take the lead of senior team members and management to ensure quality marketing deliverables for Oracle customers. They will have strong expertise in marketing programs and campaigns as well as the ability to develop, coordinate, test and launch standard interactive marketing programs using the Oracle Marketing Platform for on-time, on-budget project deliverables. and without error. The right candidate can actively manage client escalations and review client project requests to determine how to implement using established processes and best practices, or define production specifications for custom projects.

At least 2 years of professional experience is required, as well as coding experience and experience with HTML, Adobe Photoshop, CSS and JavaScript. Previous experience interacting with a client / clientele is also crucial to be successful in this role.

Head of Software Engineering, PayPal

PayPal is looking for a Technical Lead to help it strengthen its world-class risk prevention and mitigation systems and fight cybercrime. In Global Fraud Risk (GFR), they are responsible for fraud detection, risk management and regulatory compliance services across PayPal and its affiliates, specializing in the movement of money between users. They facilitate this movement of money by designing, implementing and supporting systems that detect patterns that could indicate fraudulent activity when users use PayPal to send money.

The Venmo Risk Engineering team is responsible for managing fraud in Venmo products including P2P, VenmoPay, Crypto, Business Profiles, etc. In this versatile role, you will be responsible for helping shape the future of critical risk management systems using a combination of analytical, technical and communication skills. You will work closely with Engineering, Product and Operations to design and develop functionality for a highly complex and highly distributed risk environment, and organize, lead and develop world-class talent within the organization.

The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related technical discipline (or equivalent experience), as well as extensive experience in distributed software development. They will have demonstrated proficiency in Java, Spring, and Git and experience designing complex distributed systems, applying architectural and design patterns, and using technology to solve complex real-world problems. .

Scrum Master Agile, CGI Group, Inc.

CGI has an immediate need for an Agile Scrum Master to join its financial services team in one of its selected CGI locations. Due to the current COVID-19 situation, applicants will not be required to work at the physical workplace at this time. When the COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, they will need to be located close to the assigned CGI location.

This is an exciting opportunity to work in a fast paced team environment supporting one of the top leaders in the secondary mortgage industry. They take an innovative approach to supporting clients, working side-by-side in an agile environment using emerging technologies.

They are looking for an Agile Scrum Master with 7-8 years of experience in managing Scrum teams, who will guide team members on how to use the Scrum process and Agile practices.

The successful candidate will lead team members to ensure the product vision and goals are met, and communicate the product workflow to keep colleagues informed every step of the way. They will identify organizational barriers that limit the productivity and quality of the team and provide feedback to management, so CGI can improve, innovate and move forward.

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2021 Process Monitoring Software Market Size Analysis by Major Key Players https://intwaydonbass.com/2021-process-monitoring-software-market-size-analysis-by-major-key-players/ Tue, 04 Jan 2022 02:05:59 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/2021-process-monitoring-software-market-size-analysis-by-major-key-players/ New Jersey, United States, – Market Research Intellect has been analyzing the Process Monitoring Software technology and markets since 2018. Since then, through the analysis of company research, we have been very close to the latest market research and development. In addition, Market Research Intellect works closely with many clients to help them better understand […]]]>

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In addition, Market Research Intellect works closely with many clients to help them better understand technology and the market environment and develop innovation and commercialization strategies.

Market Research Intellect offers extensive expertise in analyzing the Process Monitoring Software market. We have been in this industry for 20 years and have closely followed the rise and / or fall, success and / or disappointment of many emerging technologies during this time.

This gives us a unique eye of experience when it comes to analyzing emerging technologies in electronic materials. This is very important as it helps to build a realistic market and technology roadmap that reflects the true potential of the technology based on its intrinsic characteristics and the true level of technology and business challenges it faces.

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The Major Players Covered By The Process Monitoring Software Markets:

  • INTRAVIS GmbH
  • Pixsys
  • SAP
  • Lantek sheet metal solutions
  • ASM assembly systems
  • Rudolph Technologies
  • NIVUS GmbH
  • Bosch Rexroth
  • BMC messaging system
  • ROTRONIC AG
  • HST Systemtechnik
  • HUSKY INJECTION MOLDING SYSTEMS
  • Helmholz
  • Atlas Copco industrial technology
  • GEA Wiegand
  • Polytec
  • SYSCON – PlantStar
  • GE smart platforms

Process Monitoring Software Market Split By Type:

  • Windows system
  • Linux system
  • Other

Process Monitoring Software Market Split By Application:

  • Food industry
  • Building
  • Equipment manufacturing
  • Business analysis
  • Other

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Market size available for years 2021 – 2028
Reference year considered 2021
Historical data 2015 – 2019
Forecast period 2021 – 2028
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Geographically, the global process monitoring software market has segmented as follows:

    • North America includes the United States, Canada and Mexico
    • Europe includes Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain
    • South America includes Colombia, Argentina, Nigeria and Chile
    • Asia-Pacific includes Japan, China, Korea, India, Saudi Arabia and Southeast Asia

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Blockchain Technological Developments Help Elevate Food Safety Protocols https://intwaydonbass.com/blockchain-technological-developments-help-elevate-food-safety-protocols/ Sun, 02 Jan 2022 05:08:05 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/blockchain-technological-developments-help-elevate-food-safety-protocols/ – CONTRIBUTED Opinion – By Francine L. Shaw Blockchain technology is not a new concept for the restaurant industry. Before the pandemic, those of us in the industry discussed blockchain technology, traceability, transparency, sustainability, digital technology and food safety and its impact on the green revolution every day. . Then COVID happened, and some of […]]]>

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By Francine L. Shaw

Blockchain technology is not a new concept for the restaurant industry. Before the pandemic, those of us in the industry discussed blockchain technology, traceability, transparency, sustainability, digital technology and food safety and its impact on the green revolution every day. . Then COVID happened, and some of that talk and movement seemed to take a back seat or even stop. The conferences stopped. The collaborations were complex – in the beginning.

Behind the scenes, many dreamers and developers have continued to move forward. A person’s typical daily life has changed so much that it has given people more time in the digital space to research, test and develop new technologies. And that’s what they did.

Over the next few years, we will see technological trends emerge that we once thought were decades away. Digital is no longer an option. It is a necessity.

Software as a Service (SaaS) allows users to connect and use cloud-based applications over the Internet. The most common are email services, calendar services, and mass email providers. SaaS products offer a complete software solution purchased on a pay-as-you-go basis from a cloud service provider. This service is the most popular way for most businesses to do business today. You could say that this is the hottest new trend of recent years and it is certainly practical. Before SaaS, getting information quickly and efficiently was much more difficult. The thing about digital is that there is always a story. You cannot erase it. Even if you press ‘delete’, the information remains and the regulators will find it.

Wireless monitoring sensors capable of monitoring temperature and humidity will be a big trend in the coming year, saving businesses money on food and energy waste. The supply chain has many moving parts, each with its own impact on the environment. The cold chain is no exception. It is estimated that the cold chain is responsible for 3 to 3.5% of greenhouse gas emissions. Considering that 40 percent of all food requires refrigeration and 15 percent of the electricity used worldwide is for refrigeration, this should come as no surprise. Cold chain emissions come from three sources: food waste, electricity and of course refrigerants. BCG conducted a study that found that $ 120 billion worth of food supplies are wasted each year due to poor storage and handling.

Blockchain technologies, which we have been discussing for a few years, are closer than we think. Transparency, traceability and sustainability are vital for everyone in the industry. The FDA has defined four fundamental elements in the New Era Blueprint for Smarter Food Safety, and the first of those elements is technological traceability.

Traceability processes are essential to ensure that all food products are traced and tracked throughout the supply chain. Traceability is essential for food safety as well as operational efficiency. With a strong traceability program, it is possible to locate a product at any point in the food chain within the supply chain, literally from farm to fork. For this technology to work well, it must be user-friendly and affordable for everyone, large and small. When available and widely used, it will reduce outbreaks of foodborne illness and significantly help speed up the process of finding the source in the event of an outbreak.

Affordable digital technology connecting buyers with verified and validated sellers is at the forefront. This technology will reduce buyer search time and facilitate social and environmental sourcing, helping more businesses buy locally with confidence.

SaaS restaurant assessment and inspection apps have become much more user-friendly and affordable. These applications can transfer valuable information to supervisors in real time. In the event of a critical violation, the supervisor can follow up to ensure corrective action has been taken, thus avoiding a possible crisis.

SaaS products have been a digital blessing for the restaurant industry. Data pipelines will continue to be an essential part of doing business and will become even more mainstream as the digital world continues to explode. A few years ago, many people didn’t even know what data integration was. Now I’m part of the trend, helping to develop SaaS products that must have the ability to integrate.

Data integration has already become the backbone of many businesses as it enables the integration of excessive amounts of data from various sources. This data can then be extracted at different points to collect information and perform analysis. This process is crucial because it means that businesses can challenge data that has been processed at a specific point in a variety of ways without starting over from the beginning.

And none of these trends would be nothing without data analysis. I don’t know anyone in this industry who doesn’t like a nice pie chart or a nice graphic. Almost all applications developed have at least minimal scans as part of the system.

Today, analysis and integration are key components of most foodservice products.

About the Author: Francine L. Shaw is CEO of Smart food security & TracSavvy, co-founder of My food source, and a food safety expert. Shaw’s diverse background includes over 20 years in the restaurant industry. Shaw is an international speaker who serves as an advisor to businesses and has been featured as a food safety expert in numerous media including BBC World Series Radio, Huffington Post, iHeartRadio, Food Safety News, Food Management Magazine, Food Fanatics, Food Service Consultants Society International, and more. She is the author of over 200 published articles on food security.

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Can Real Estate Companies Fill the Technology Skills Gap? https://intwaydonbass.com/can-real-estate-companies-fill-the-technology-skills-gap/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 13:00:00 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/can-real-estate-companies-fill-the-technology-skills-gap/ Every piece of technology requires new processes, and every time humans have to learn something new, there is a learning curve. The learning process can be short and straightforward for simple technologies with gradual advancements. At the same time, it can be much more complex for major breakthroughs that implement entirely new software systems. As […]]]>

Every piece of technology requires new processes, and every time humans have to learn something new, there is a learning curve. The learning process can be short and straightforward for simple technologies with gradual advancements. At the same time, it can be much more complex for major breakthroughs that implement entirely new software systems. As the real estate industry transforms into something more data-driven and digitally delivered, there is a clear and expanding learning curve for professionals looking to enter the field. Real estate knowledge and technological competence in today’s market are synonymous with real innovation, so what can real estate companies do to ensure they are ready for the technological revolution?

Real innovation is happening right now. Deloitte’s 2022 Commercial Real Estate Outlook survey found that North American respondents expected their technology budgets will increase by 11% in 2022. Real estate companies need to ensure that they are properly equipping their staff to manage, refine, and reap the benefits of these expanded technology budgets, whether they are real estate professionals or tech experts.

Hiring a C-level expert to unite tech and data tools and connect siled information can be a big part of solving the PropTech skills equation. The role of a CTO can integrate good data practices and a long-term technological mindset into the more traditional analog considerations of other c-suite members. But it is not enough to define the strategy and unite the vision from the top down to prepare an organization for an innovative future.

While downward effort is important, upward effort is also essential here. Like war, technological strategy alone is not enough to win. Real estate companies need to think about how all of their staff are equipped to handle the new data and technology needs of the 2020s through high-quality hiring decisions and ongoing training of existing staff. Both of these are necessary to ensure that the entire organization is prepared to meet the skills equation.

According to Andrew Hanson, associate professor and acting department head in the real estate department at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), data training is a big part of that preparation. Professor Hanson has played a leading role in UIC’s all-new Real Estate Major, which will soon become an official university offering. “One of the main thrusts of our program is the emphasis on data analysis. For us, it is very clear that students will need at least some experience in these skills, whether they perform them themselves or manage analyzes performed by others. The focus of the program’s data is deep. For example, a course offered by the department gives students the option of using the R statistical program to create their own house price index instead of simply learning to interpret existing ones.

By now, it shouldn’t be controversial to say that for the real estate companies of the future, data is the key. lingua franca that will unite everyone regardless of their type of ownership or strategy. Unlike coding or software engineering, this is also one of the areas where there is an apparent overlap in technical skills between real estate companies and the technology companies that market them. Maybe real estate companies can take a note or two of the world of hiring PropTech, which is an entirely different beast.

According to Xan Winterton, general manager of North America for recruiting firm PropTech LMRE, you don’t necessarily need a technical degree to advance to a technical position. “Some PropTech companies provide people with basic technical training information. If you are proficient in Python and Java, you can potentially take on a product role. If you have the capacity there are many courses that will provide a crash course in these languages, definitely do them. Taking a lesson here, real estate companies might want to offer training themselves or perhaps subsidize tech boot camps, night classes, or online classes for some of their employees.

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At the same time, organizing periodic training events to ensure that all technical employees understand the fundamentals of real estate is something else that could improve organizational communication and knowledge sharing as a whole.

Whether real estate companies choose to recruit new professionals in traditional real estate disciplines like finance or economics or in technological fields like IT or data science, we must ensure that these candidates have a exposure basis to the other side of the skills equation. a major priority for training. Xan added that some PropTech job applicants come to the table with real real estate experiences even though they are straight out of school, often working in brokerage roles. “Part of that is understanding real estate, making connections, but also understanding what certain terminology means, and applicants won’t need to have held any of these roles for very long to get there. ‘get. Likewise, hiring real estate workers who have dabbled in technology might be a strategy to consider.

Ultimately, technical staff don’t need to be able to execute entire real estate transactions on their own, and real estate staff shouldn’t be expected to be coding or development experts. But being literate in both worlds and understanding what technology can actually accomplish is key to training a resourceful and creative workforce that can help the real estate world transition to its digital future.


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Melania Trump returns to center stage https://intwaydonbass.com/melania-trump-returns-to-center-stage/ Wed, 29 Dec 2021 21:25:00 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/melania-trump-returns-to-center-stage/ “I am proud to announce my new NFT business, which embodies my passion for the arts, and will support my continued commitment to children through my Be Best initiative,” Trump said in a statement released via his social media platforms and on its website. Trump has since posted about the company on his Twitter account […]]]>

“I am proud to announce my new NFT business, which embodies my passion for the arts, and will support my continued commitment to children through my Be Best initiative,” Trump said in a statement released via his social media platforms and on its website. Trump has since posted about the company on his Twitter account 17 times.

Its NFT, titled “Melania’s Vision”, and designed by French artist Marc-Antoine Coulon, is available until December 31 via the Solana cryptocurrency, priced at around $ 175 – depending on the market – and has a identity authenticated via the blockchain. . Sales could be incredibly lucrative for Trump, one of the many celebrities – including Paris Hilton, Shawn Mendes, Tom Brady, Kate Moss and Grimes – who have recently plunged into the NFT market and have emerged in the hundreds of thousands, if not millions. , richer dollars. Fans are often drawn to the opportunity to own a unique digital memento or original work of art.

Trump’s NFT also comes with an audio clip of her saying, “My vision is this: Look to the future with inspiration, strength and courage.”

“Through this new technology-based initiative, we will provide children with computer skills, including programming and software development, to thrive once they leave the family community of. welcome, ”Trump added in Thursday’s statement, noting that every dollar of profit is not intended solely for her, while neglecting to specify how, when and to what extent the charitable component will be part of the process.

Coulon, the artist, may have been told about details the public did not have, writing on his Instagram page: “The project has been clearly defined and its goals and the charities involved are very much in sync. with the spirit in which the project was motivated. ” A Coulon spokesperson did not return a request for comment.

Trump’s statement said “a portion of the proceeds” will go to children aging outside the foster care system, but no details on the nature of that portion have been provided. Several attempts by CNN to reach Trump’s spokesperson for clarification on these elements of the NFT have gone unanswered.

“I’m confused by this. It’s very hit and miss as a project and seems dull to post artwork online of yourself for $ 150,” said a former White House official who has worked with Melania Trump on several of her East Wing initiatives, and one of several acquaintances or former Trump staff who spoke to CNN on condition of anonymity to maintain personal connections. “The timing also seems strange – Covid and natural disasters are having an impact on the country, and many people are struggling financially. “

Trump, who adopts a wealthy lifestyle, has not publicly or privately indicated to those who spoke to CNN that she has financial need. “With Melania’s personal wealth, I certainly hope that the ‘part of the profit’ going to help the children is important,” said another person who has worked with her for several years.

‘Why now?’

When she left Washington in January, Trump regained her penchant for a low-key life, retiring to Palm Beach, where she now resides full-time in Mar-a-Lago. For several months after leaving the White House, Trump did not appear publicly, nor did he establish a set of guidelines for his Be Best initiative.

Since last spring, she has tweeted sporadically, mostly images and recollections from her time as First Lady; in September, she tweeted only twice, and nothing in October.

However, in November, following his first public remarks at an event hosted by Republicans at Log Cabin – held downstairs from his private quarters in Mar-a-Lago in the club’s ballroom – Trump appeared get a fresh yen for the projectors.

“It was like all of a sudden she remembered how she loved it when people noticed her,” said another Trump acquaintance.

At the event, Trump received the group’s Spirit of Lincoln Award and made brief acceptance remarks at a black-tie dinner attended by guests and her husband, former President Donald Trump.

Since then, the former first lady has stepped up her social media output, regularly tweeting on both national (a tribute to the Pearl Harbor anniversary) and local (sending prayers to those in Kentucky after the tornadoes) topics. murderous). She tweeted photos of a Thanksgiving visit to a Florida children’s center, and this month, photos of herself, dressed in nautical stripes, on a Coast Guard ship wishing a special message. vacation to the military.

Then came the NFT’s announcement, and a barrage of retweets of subsequent news articles about his new lucrative business.

“Why now?” Knowledge asks, which suggests the attention grabbing may be tied to Trump’s desire to reestablish his mark. “To a degree, she thinks she’s an influencer. It’s one way to stay relevant. If you think her fans like President Trump, they love Melania. There’s nothing she can do. or say they won’t support. “

Other NFTs are coming

A second NFT coin will likely be offered next month, a preview of which is slated for Jan.4, with a live date Jan.11, according to reports on Trump’s website MelaniaTrump.com. The website describes that part of the impetus for the release of the first NFT was its “personal journey” from Slovenia to the White House.

“The beauty and hardships of individuals, majestic landscapes and profound architecture entered into his lens and remain in his heart,” the description states.

It’s unclear who is advising Trump on his decision to enter the NFT market, but the former White House official suggests that’s the way Trump is “trying to look busy,” something that the former first lady has not particularly described to the public since leaving the White House.

“It’s not exactly using its platform for a bigger global or national impact,” said this person. “It’s ostensibly a quick money generator. It’s a classic Trump move, using their brand and supporters to cash in.”

Typically, most modern first ladies create foundations or organizations – usually nonprofits – that advance initiatives they started during their tenure in the White House.

For Laura Bush, this came in part in the form of continuing her work of helping Afghan women, as well as supporting American libraries and educational reading programs. Michelle Obama has several official efforts that push her work for girls and education, college attendance, and voting rights.

Trump has said she is pursuing her Be Best cause, but there has been no official release of dedicated events or goals.

Donald Trump’s crypto rocker

As first lady, Trump prided himself on not always aligning his East Wing message with that of the West Wing, which could at times publicly pit his views against those of the President. Her former spokesperson, Stephanie Grisham, has told CNN on several occasions that the former first lady did what she chose to do when she chose to do and acted “independently” of her husband.

Trump’s dive into the NFT world emerges as yet another example of his inattention to the former president’s public comments, going against his recent stances on cryptocurrency, which he has publicly criticized. in two separate interviews with Fox Business.

Cryptocurrency, Donald Trump said in June, is a “dollar scam,” and he questioned the veracity of the uptrend.

“The currency of this world should be the dollar,” Trump said, adding, “I think they should regulate them very, very high.”

In August, he doubled down on that dislike, saying cryptocurrencies are “potentially a disaster waiting to happen” and that he “hasn’t been a huge fan”.

However, his wife’s new website, which people can click to access a cyber-purchase of his watercolor eyeballs, includes an entire page devoted to explaining the complex world of NFTs, blockchain and cryptocurrency. It even includes a link to a suggested “digital wallet” platform from which customers can use Solana cryptocurrency to purchase the limited NFT version of Trump.

A day after “Melania’s Vision” was revealed, Donald Trump seemed to have new clarity on crypto.

“Congratulations to my wife, Melania,” he said in a statement released from his office. “The launch of Melania’s new NFT business embodies our American spirit of ingenuity, creativity and entrepreneurship. By leveraging blockchain technology, MelaniaTrump.com will provide Melania fans, art connoisseurs and the general public the opportunity to collect rare and limited edition pieces while benefiting the children of the foster family community. “

CNN asked Trump’s spokeswoman if the statement meant Trump had changed his mind about seeing cryptocurrency as a “scam” now that his wife is involved in NFTs, but hasn’t received response.


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2021: A year in open source https://intwaydonbass.com/2021-a-year-in-open-source/ Mon, 27 Dec 2021 22:20:13 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/2021-a-year-in-open-source/ Hear from CIOs, CTOs, and other senior executives and leaders on data and AI strategies at the Future of Work Summit on January 12, 2022. Learn more Leave him OSS Company Newsletter guide your open source journey! register here. Open source software (OSS) is never too far from praise and controversy, whether it’s a major […]]]>

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Open source software (OSS) is never too far from praise and controversy, whether it’s a major security incident, a marquee battle, or flying a helicopter on Mars.

Let’s take a look back at some big OSS talking points from the year.

A serious open source flaw

Above: the Log4j logo

Security is still a major topic of discussion in the open source world, and 2021 was no different. The biggest story of the year was almost certainly the zero-day vulnerability found in the Apache logging library Log4j, which is used by countless consumer and enterprise companies, from Apple’s iCloud to AWS and IBM.

Log4Shell, as the vulnerability is called, had been around since 2013, but was not discovered by Alibaba security personnel until the end of November and publicly revealed two weeks later. It is considered particularly dangerous, since it allows remote code execution (RCE), allowing hackers to gain access to remote systems and sensitive data. Log4Shell was elevated to near-celebrity when it achieved a Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) security rating of 10.

Although the Apache team released a patch on December 6, Log4j’s ubiquity in cloud services, infrastructure, and everywhere in between, makes it difficult for every business to update their systems quickly enough. to know that their software relies on Log4j in the first place. Needless to say, attackers started looking to exploit Log4Shell in the wild and widened their reach into the realm of ransomware.

There are many lessons to be learned, as Justin Dorfman, Reblaze’s open source program manager, wrote in VentureBeat:

“The incident shows how a vulnerability in a seemingly simple piece of infrastructure code can threaten the security of banks, tech companies, governments, and just about any other type of organization.”

However, as a result of the Log4j vulnerability, the usual argument has surfaced, with countless people noting that it made the light on the inherent security gaps of community software. But others responded by saying the main problem was that companies were happy to take advantage of open source at the right times, give nothing back, and then point the finger at OSS when things go wrong. .

Serving as a somewhat sobering reminder, one of the main maintainers of the Log4j project – Ralph Goers, who patched the vulnerability – has a full-time job elsewhere as a software architect. Goers works on “Log4j and other open source projects” in his spare time.

Poetic license

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - NOVEMBER 30: Attendees arrive during AWS re: Invent 2021,

Above: LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – NOVEMBER 30: Attendees arrive during AWS re: Invent 2021,

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Arguably one of the most important talking points came at the start of the New Year, when Elastic revealed it was in transition its database search engine Elastic search from an Apache 2.0 open source license to a duo of “source available” proprietary licenses. This move came as no surprise and was the culmination of years of confrontation between Elastic and Amazon’s cloud computing arm, Amazon Web Services (AWS).

As a fully open source project, any company was free to do whatever they wanted with Elasticsearch, including offering it “as a service”, as Amazon did when it launched the Amazon Elasticsearch service. in 2015. chain reaction of events that ultimately led Elastic to move Elasticsearch – and the Kibana visualization dashboard – to new licenses.

One of the issues was that Amazon chose to use ‘Elasticsearch’ on behalf of its own managed service – it was, in Elastic’s view, a clear trademark violation, and it caused confusion. in the market space as to which Elasticsearch service was which. This is why Elastic filed a complaint against Amazon in 2019, but lawsuits are usually not a quick process. Additionally, the license change helped speed things up by moving Amazon away from the Elasticsearch brand. It worked, because just a week after Elastic announced the license change, Amazon revealed he would start working on an open source Elasticsearch fork, which would eventually ship under a brand new name – Open search.

Licensing issues were also evident elsewhere in the open source sphere. The Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC), whose sponsors include Google and Red Hat, sued Vizio, alleging that the smart TV maker violated two open source licenses by using and modifying the software without making the derived source code available to the public. . Vizio shows no signs of changing, however, and the deal took a turn a little ugly when Vizio filed a request to “withdraw” the case from the California State Court, apparently based on the belief that “consumers have no third party beneficiary rights under copyleft.”

Meanwhile, former US President Donald Trump’s next social network “Truth Social” apparently violated Mastodon open source license, Mastodon threatening legal action. The crux of the matter was that Truth Social’s terms of service stated that the code was fully proprietary and made no reference to its Mastodon foundation – furthermore, the open source license states that all derivative projects must also be available under the same License.

While the social network has yet to officially launch, it appears to have taken a certain step towards meeting Mastodon’s licensing requirements – it recently recognized that it was built on Mastodon, and the developers downloaded a zip file of its source code. Whether this will suffice remains to be seen, but the eyes of the open source community will remain on Trump’s company ahead of the official launch in 2022.

Brand fights

The brand issue is by no means unique to AWS vs Elastic. Just before the start of the new year, Facebook claimed brand ownership over the open source “PrestoDB” project. This caused a problem for PrestoSQL, a fork created by the original creators of Presto when they left Facebook – they were forced to change the name of their project in Trino.

Fast forward ten months to November and live streaming software provider Streamlabs OBS had to give up “OBS” from his name after he was called by the open source OBS project on which it is built. Similar to AWS vs. Elastic, avoiding brand confusion was at the heart of this, with Project OBS’s Twitter account revealing that some of its support volunteers were facing angry Streamlabs customers, who were apparently confused between the two entities. .

Open source eats Mars

Open source software is so ubiquitous that it has often been said to devour the world. But if the first martian helicopter flight is something to pass, open source software is eating up the entire solar system.

The historic achievement was made possible by “an invisible team of open source developers around the world,” former GitHub CEO Nat Friedman wrote. Some 12,000 developers have contributed to the open source projects used in the software that propelled the helicopter’s maiden flight to the Red Planet – and yet, “most of these developers don’t even know they helped make it possible. the first Martian helicopter flight, ”noted Friedman.

To mark the occasion, GitHub has placed a March 2020 Helicopter Mission badge on the GitHub profile of each developer who contributed code used in the mission.

Above: GitHub badge

Linux turns 30

Linux was first exit On September 17, 1991, the ubiquitous open source operating system turned 30 this year.

It is impossible to underestimate the importance of Linux across the technology spectrum. Android, the world’s most widely used mobile operating system, is based on a modified version of the Linux kernel. Today, Linux is used in everything from automobiles to air traffic control at Medical equipement, and is also widely used in web servers, the most common being Apache. In fact, much of the growth of the web over the past 30 years has been fueled by Linux and similar open source software.

Here are the next 30 years of open source innovation.

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10 advanced data analysis tools for data analysts in 2022 https://intwaydonbass.com/10-advanced-data-analysis-tools-for-data-analysts-in-2022/ Sun, 26 Dec 2021 08:44:20 +0000 https://intwaydonbass.com/10-advanced-data-analysis-tools-for-data-analysts-in-2022/ by arti December 26, 2021 Data analysis tools are the software and applications that data analysts use to develop and run analytical processes. To perform data analysis at the highest level possible, data analysts and data experts will use data tools and software that will ensure the best results in a few businesses ranging from […]]]>

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Data analysis tools are the software and applications that data analysts use to develop and run analytical processes.

To perform data analysis at the highest level possible, data analysts and data experts will use data tools and software that will ensure the best results in a few businesses ranging from running algorithms to preparing data. data, from generating predictions, automating processes to standard tasks such as visualizing and reporting on data. While there are a significant number of these solutions on the market, data analysts must choose wisely to benefit from their analytical efforts. Data analytics tools is a term used to describe the software and applications that data analysts use to develop and run analytical processes that help businesses make better, informed business decisions while reducing costs and increasing profits. Turning raw data into a structure that helps administration make better choices is anything but a strenuous task to accomplish when you have the right data analysis tools. On that note, take a look at the 10 best data analysis tools for data analysts in 2022.

Talend

Talend is one of the most powerful data analysis tools available on the market and is developed in the eclipse graphical development environment. Named a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Analysis Tools and Data Quality Tools 2019, this tool allows you to easily manage all the steps involved in the ETL process and aims to deliver compliant, accessible and compliant data. clean for everyone.

QlikView

QlikView is a self-service business intelligence, data visualization and data analysis tool. Named the Gartner Magic Quadrant 2020 Leader for Analytics and BI Platforms, it aims to accelerate business value through data by providing features such as data integration, literacy, and data analytics. It is one of the best data analysis tools for data analysts in 2022.

Apache Spark

Apache Spark is one of the most successful projects of the Apache Software Foundation. It is an open source clustered computing framework used for real-time processing. Being the most active Apache project right now, it comes with a fantastic open source community and an interface for programming. This interface provides fault tolerance and implicit data parallelism.

Power BI

Power BI is a Microsoft product used for business analysis. Named a leader for the 13th consecutive year in the Gartner Magic Quadrant 2020, it delivers interactive visualizations with self-service business intelligence capabilities, where end users can create dashboards and reports on their own, without having to depend on whoever it is. It is one of the best data analysis tools for data analysts in 2022.

Thought Point

ThoughtSpot is one of those data analysis tools that offers next-generation research. This tool houses a wide range of cool features, especially on the front of AI-based recommendation systems. Additionally, this feature also offers the potential to leverage crowdsourcing. It is one of the best data analysis tools for data analysts in 2022.

RapidMiner

RapidMiner is the next tool on our list. Named Visionary in the 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Science and Machine Learning Platforms, RapidMiner is a platform for processing data, building machine learning models, and deploying.

Chart

Tableau is an industry-leading business intelligence tool used to analyze and visualize data in a simple format. Named a Leader in the 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant For the eighth year in a row, Tableau lets you work on a live dataset and spend more time analyzing the data than discussing the data.

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is a platform that will help you better understand your data. Being one of the most popular tools for data analysis, Microsoft Excel provides users with features like sharing workbooks, working on the latest version for real-time collaboration, and adding data to Excel. directly from a photo, etc.

Alteryx

Alteryx is that tool businesses can use to discover and analyze data. Additionally, this data analytics tool helps find deeper insights by deploying and sharing analytics at scale. With Alteryx in place, one can centrally manage users, workflows, data assets, etc. in the processes. It is one of the best data analysis tools for data analysts in 2022.

Constance Information Miner (KNIME)

KNIME is a free, open source data analysis tool that does everything from cleaning and collecting data to make it accessible to everyone. KNIME is known in the market for the deployment of data science workflows. One of the best features of this data analysis tool is that you don’t need any prior programming knowledge to get information.

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