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Data Scientist; James Maningo

James Maningo
James Maningo
Data Scientist at QuickStart

James is a stochastic tinkerer with over 8 years of experience in digital analytics. His passion lies in providing meaningful impact through data, utlizing growth hacking techniques for business and "quantified self" for personal life. His weapon of choice are linux, python, tmux+vim and good old common sense.


    How To Handle Data On Cloud; 2020 Guide

    Cloud computing is the delivery of computing services, like servers, storage, databases, networking, software, over the Internet to offer quicker innovation, flexible assets, and economies of scale. You normally pay just for cloud services you use, helping bring down your working costs, run your company more proficiently and scale as your business needs change.
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  2. The Unlimited Benefits of Linux Cloud

    The Unlimited Benefits of Linux Cloud

    Cloud Linux is an operating system that is developed to provide a steady and protected operating system to the shared hosting providers. Features like enabling system administrators are what makes the cloud Linux a number one choice of customers. The cloud Linux ensures that the issues with the one account do not reduce the service quality for others. The lightweight virtual environment feature in the Linux cloud virtualizes the end-users accounts. The feature allows users to allot a certain amount of memory to each resource. Henceforth, in case of increased traffic, the specific LVE slows down rather than the whole system.
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  3. A Comprehensive Guide to Linux Programming

    A Comprehensive Guide to Linux Programming

    Linux was introduced in the early ’90s by Linus Torvalds, a Finnish software engineer, and Free Software Foundation (FSF). Since then, Linux has seen incredible growth in the market. The competent and consistent system is what makes Linux popular among competitors like Microsoft, Apple, and Android.
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  4. Become a Successful Linux Developer in 6 Steps

    Become a Successful Linux Developer in 6 Steps

    Linux is one of the most renowned open-source platforms that is the heart of other platforms like Android, OpenWrt, Ubuntu, and many more. It has been a significant foundation, since the ’90s, for building software and developing mobile apps. Linux is truly a masterpiece that has a lot of potentials. If used right, it can create wonders for businesses in this era. But the question remains, why isn’t everyone starting a career in Linux? The answer is simple; it’s because it’s too difficult.
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  5. Boost Your Career with 5 Best Linux Certifications

    Boost Your Career with 5 Best Linux Certifications

    Linux, an open-source operating system like Unix, was developed by Linus Torvalds on September 17th, 1991. The operating system was initially developed for personal computers; however, since then, it has been ported to more platforms. Linux can also perform on an embedded system; this includes televisions, automation control, and routers, etc.
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  6. How to Become Linux Administrator

    How to Become Linux Administrator

    On 17 September 1991, Linus Torvalds launched Linux. It is, right now, a widely used open-source operating system. The entire system took global technology by storm, and slowly many companies shifted to Linux from Windows. In 2019, 95% of the servers on the world's top domains were powered by Linux, and as much as 85% of smartphones were based on this powerful operating system (Source). The Linux trend has also given rise to  Linux administrator training. Given the usage of Linux, the career scope certainly seems high, and now many seem to be pursuing their career within the same niche.
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  7. Configuration Management Data Analyst

    How to become Configuration Management Data Analyst

    It goes without any doubt that every modern organization utilizes technological infrastructure (machinery, servers, automated facilities, networks, software, etc.) to provide aid to their processes. As the Information system [computer hardware and software], infrastructure and functions get complex, organizations struggle to manage and maintain the processes required to support these systems. This is where the need for Configuration Management [CM] arises. CM is a set of methodologies, models and tools which ensure consistency in the functionality and performance of the system and process.
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  8. What are data centers? How they work and how to work on them

    What are data centers? How they work and how to work on them

    Data Center is a devoted space within an organization that contains computer systems and its correlated elements.
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