Our Blogs

WE LOVE TO SHARE

So here are our latest blogs sharing what we have learnt lately, we hope it will make your life easier.
Commenting Code: Its Why, Not How

Commenting Code: Its Why, Not How

As a developer you are always taught to comment code, but often people leave out what commenting code actually means and the difference between a helpful comment and a wasteful one. Commenting for the public When you write code libraries or are writing code that code...

Why Git?

Why Git?

Why use Git? The short answer: It keeps your work safe and allows you to collaborate with partners. Let's break down how it does that - It keeps your work safe. This statement covers two facets of Git. It keeps your work safe from external harm e.g. your file storage...

Git Guides: Terminology

When learning Git for the first time, all the terminology can get confusing pretty quickly. Thankfully, not all of it is necessary in order to have a solid understanding of Git. There is this 80/20 relationship when it comes to git, you only need to know 20% of Git,...

What's New in ODE version 5

This week we released version 5 of our Optimal Data Engine. Follow the link to download it from the GitHub. Optimal Data Engine (ODE) is an open source Data Warehouse automation tool. It is a config-driven engine that builds and manages your Data Vault. ODE works on...

Storing Time Series with InfluxDB

Storing Time Series with InfluxDB

  Capturing and storing data of one thing changing over time is called time series data. When we capture time series data we are more interested in trends and change than the current state of a 'thing'. Storing and querying this type of data can present...