Reading is and always will be one of my favorite past times. When I was younger and had more time on my hands, I loved to read science fiction. From space to swords and sorcery. Now, as I’m older, I tend to read more biographies, some fiction, and more non-fiction as time permits. The last three books I read – in no particular order – was “To have and have not,” “2001, A Space Odyssey,” and “Kitchen Confidential.’ Still, I do enjoy a good science fiction book every once in a while.
I recently moved Neural Market Trends back to WordPress and had to migrate close to 300 markdown posts back into a MySQL database. For the most part, it all went smooth until it came to the posts starting from April 2018. Not sure why, but then it refused to import them.
I had to manually import about 30 to 40 posts and the dates got screwed up in the process. This is why there was a set of old posts being reposted with new dates, which can be a very misleading problem.
I worked with Dr. Huang at RapidMiner for a few years and found her to be an amazing and talented data scientist. She was recently interviewed by Quantopian for their Women In Tech program and I learned something new about her that I didn’t know. She started university at age 15!
In her interview she charts her path through university to her first job. She’s an inspiration and role model to women who want to start and thrive in the FinTech field. She has such a bright future ahead of her and I’m really happy for her.