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An almost complete overview of Apple WebKit’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention

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Historically, browsers have had a great deal of control over the online experience of end users. Since their genesis, several different browsers have competed for dominant market share. With the arrival of Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP), it seems that big tech is now using browser standards to target each other’s… Read More »An almost complete overview of Apple WebKit’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention

‘Hit Refresh’: Or how one man’s personal life helped Microsoft rediscover its soul

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Another management book? Not just a management book, but the story of Satya Nadella. Who? The son of a marxist economist and a drama professor but mostly known as Microsoft’s less famous, less rich, but current CEO. A brief review. Nadella’s book ‘Hit Refresh’ is a triptych. The first part… Read More »‘Hit Refresh’: Or how one man’s personal life helped Microsoft rediscover its soul
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Two days in Shymkent

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Whether you’re just passing through, to get to Turkestan or Tashkent, the city of Shymkent (Шымкент or Čimkent) can be a laid-back experience. It is not as big as Almaty, it’s not as Westernized, but you can experience the city’s growth first-hand here. The population and city borders are growing… Read More »Two days in Shymkent

Hoe word ik een data scientist?

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True story: een zestal jaar geleden werd me op een jobinterview gevraagd om een regressie-analyse uit te voeren. Ik klooide wat rond met correlaties en conditionele opmaak in Excel en kon de juiste conclusies trekken. De methode die ik gebruikte, daar zou een statisticus echter van huilen. Vandaag stuur ik… Read More »Hoe word ik een data scientist?