Author: Stephanie

What Makes A Good Scientist? – Continuous Deployment

What makes a good scientist? In my view, intellectual curiosity, attention to detail and perseverance are indispensable qualities in the practice of good science. No less estimable a figure than Thomas Edison sums up the value of perseverance…

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Phished Out – I Got Hooked Too – Continuous Deployment

I should have known better… The quirky email address from the “sender”, using a mailinator domain should have tipped me off to the hoax. If I weren’t busy and using my mobile device for web access and had…

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The OSX Virtual Memory Management System – A Personal Experience – Continuous Deployment

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I’ve been writing about Chrome bloat over the past few months because of the havoc it plays on my own system: MacBook Pro Mid-2012 2.5 GHz CPU Sierra OSX. In late summer of this year, I increased my…

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Python 2017 – A Year of Transition. – Continuous Deployment

[Boston, November 18, 2016] Aaron Maxwell is a writer, software engineer and entrepreneur and resides in San Francisco, CA. I interviewed him on Friday and he had some interesting thoughts to share regarding DevOps, Python, and outcomes he expects…

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Just Added: A Homebrew Maintenance Script – Continuous Deployment

For those of you, who, like me, are obsessed with Homebrew hygiene but turned off by the mundane nature of manually typing “brew doctor”, “brew update”, “brew upgrade”, etc., I have put together a VERY simple script that…

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Web Browser Bloat – Does Anyone Have “A” Solution???? – Continuous Deployment

This is my Macbook Pro’s Activity Monitor. The red area you are looking at represents my system coming perilously close to running out of memory (16GB of memory to be specific). Sorting the “Memory” column in descending order,…

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Dropbox Sharing – Folders vs. Links – Continuous Deployment

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There is a difference between sharing a Dropbox folder and a Dropbox link. The former is not always accessible (for some reason) to the general public whereas content shared via a Dropbox link appears to be nearly universally…

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