Category Archives: C#

Oscars 2015 Tweet Analysis – Part 2: Locations

Summary (tl;dr) Looking at the location details from the tweets, we learned that New York and Los Angeles were the most prolific posting locations (accounting for more than 200K votes), and that the vast majority of locations had fewer than … Continue reading

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Oscars 2015 Tweet Analysis – Part 1

Summary (tl;dr) The main points of this post are: as data scientists we don’t always get data in the shape we want it. When that happens we have to use the tools we have to make the most of it. … Continue reading

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Speaking at DDD South West

I’m delighted to say I’ve been accepted to speak at DDD South West, where I’ll be delivering my talk on “Hadoop and Big Data for Microsoft Developers”, I hope I’ll so you there; if so, don’t forget to stop and … Continue reading

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Functional Programming in C# 3.0

Just a reminder that Oliver Sturm will be giving a talk on the above subject tomorrow (Nov 25) between 7pm and 9pm, the details are as follows:- Abstract The newest version of C# introduces a number of language features that … Continue reading

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Microblogging Twitter Script

This evening I thought to myself, wouldn’t it be cool to include my microblogging post (posts on Twitter) in my full blog? So I set about writing a script to fetch all of the previous day’s tweets (well all that … Continue reading

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Bulk Deleting Twitter Direct Messages

The number of direct messages I had in Twitter was starting to mount up. “I’ll have to delete those” I thought to myself. I looked around their web site but failed to find away of bulk deleting direct messages. They … Continue reading

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