Calling Eclipse an “Integrated Development Environment” (IDE) for software is almost insulting to its creators. Considering it a platform for building integrated web and application development tooling makes it suitable for enterprise applications as well as software development. Since Proloquor.net uses it as a base for all software development, we’ll discuss its initial setup and use for that purpose. Continue reading “An Introduction to Eclipse”
So far, our discussion of statistical methods has centered on simple examples where the probability model is completely understood. In the real world, particularly when analyzing polling data, this is often not the case. Here we begin the discussion of analyzing a large population through data sampled from it.
The Web is not a single technology, but a myriad of protocols, languages, and tools stitched together to form a single user experience. This is the first in a series of posts that describe those technologies, and particularly how they’re used on proloquor.net. Before diving in however, let’s review how we got where we are today. Continue reading “The Internet: A Brief History”