November 04, 2014 in SEO
Panda is the name of one of the algorithms, or formulas, that Google uses to track certain parameters within a website. Some of these parameters are the use of key words, site structure, site function, region, PageRank or PR (a PR score of 0/10 being the worst; 10/10 the best), and freshness of content, to name a few.
October 14, 2014 in Python
A defaultdict works exactly like a normal dict, but it is initialized with a function (“default factory”) that takes no arguments and provides the default value for a nonexistent key.
October 06, 2014 in SEO
In this blog article, I will discuss how to properly use canonical tags to cut down on duplicate content, and how the improper use of canonical tags can be detrimental to your site’s search engine rankings.
September 26, 2014 in Java
In this article, I’ll use Groovy to access a publicly available RESTful web service, parse the downloaded data, and build a GUI to hold the resulting images. The code will demonstrate the Groovy JDK, maps, the collect method, I/O processing, and the builder pattern.
August 28, 2014 in Python
When you need to represent a list of identical objects with different values, you start with a list of tuples. It’s an efficient way to hold a collection of related data. Tuples are like structures or records in other languages, but indexed with integers, like lists.
August 10, 2014 in SharePoint
A SharePoint workflow is simply a series of one or more stages/steps, actions and decisions that perform some automated function inside SharePoint.
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