Ronald Griffis

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Tips and tricks, especially in the programming world, can be very useful. Sometimes a little hack can be both time and life-saving. A minor shortcut or add-on can sometimes prove to be a Godsend and can be a real productivity booster. So, here are some of my favorite tips and tricks I’ve used and compiled together in the form of this article. Some may be fairly known and some may be new, but I’m sure they’ll come in pretty handy the next time you work on a data analysis project. Profiling the ‘pandas’ dataframe Profilingis a process that helps us… This story continues at The Next Web
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Scottish MP Margaret Ferrier has refused to resign for travelling from Glasgow and London while infected with Covid-19, arguing the virus meant she was “not thinking straight”.in an interview with The Scottish Sun on Sunday, the MP for Rutherglen and Hamilton West, who has had the SNP whip withdrawn over the saga, said she had no intention of standing down.“This has been an awful experience but I’ll keep fighting for my constituents because that’s who I am,” she told the paper.She added that she has received support locally in the wake of the incident and has “owned up and apologised profusely”, and added: “A lot of people say Covid makes you do things out of character.“You’re not thinking straight.”Ferrier revealed to the paper her reasoning for travelling to Westminster after taking a Covid-19 test was “wanting to represent her constituents” and take part in a parliamentary debate – something which could not be done virtually.First minister Nicola Sturgeon and SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford have been among those calling on Ferrier to stand down over the incident, while Scottish Labour has launched an online petition calling for her to resign.Speaking on Sky News’ Sophie Ridge On Sunday show, Sturgeon said the breach was “unacceptable” and Ferrier should resign as an MP.The Scottish First Minister said: “I couldn’t be clearer, she should step down from Parliament.“The lapse of judgment in travelling hundreds of miles knowing she had tested positive for Covid-19 was so significant and so unacceptable that I don’t think there is any other acceptable course of action for her.“I’ve read her comments in the media today but I still hope she will do the right thing.”[email protected] has been critical of Margaret Ferrier for travelling between London and Glasgow after testing positive for #[email protected]: 'If she's not fit to be an MP, why has she not been expelled from the SNP?'#Ridge: https://t.co/pCgCjM7pvxpic.twitter.com/H2GTz9S1fo— Sophy Ridge on Sunday (@RidgeOnSunday) October 11, 2020Ferrier has also spoken out about the level of criticism she has received over the incident, adding: “You feel you are getting a lot of criticism from people you thought were your colleagues or friends who’d understand it was an error of judgement. I’m not denying that.“People may be saying, ‘You should have known better, you’re a public figure’. But at the end of the day it still hurts. You then think about all that hard work and dedication – is that just wiped away?”Related... Nicola Sturgeon Accidentally Calls MP At Centre Of Coronavirus Scandal 'Margaret Covid' – Again Nicola Sturgeon Calls For MP Margaret Ferrier To Resign Over 'Indefensible' Covid Breach
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Back in September 2019, Realme launched its budget smartphone dubbed Realme Q. Well, it looks like the Chinese smartphone maker is now working on the ... The post Realme Q2 series launch in China set for October 13! appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Pierce Crosby said: "Both sides actually are very much on the same page in terms of doing more [stimulus] as long as it applies to their party."
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BT looks to capitalise on demand for Zoom
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This at-home dry-cleaning kit is an easy-to-use, affordable solution that lets you clean your delicates without a trip to the dry cleaners.
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Leaving the economy starved of stimulus is like "letting the forest fire burn," Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari said.
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Meanwhile, Euro outsourcer claims Interserve failed to pay £3.5m invoices Interserve has alleged that Sopra Steria's IT outsourcing division caused it to bungle a Ministry of Justice prisoner rehabilitation contract because too many of the latter's staff were signed off sick through stress caused by overwork to deliver on its promises.…
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The program hopes to honor those who have gone above and beyond in 2020.
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While top politicians have steered clear of TikTok, some candidates have taken the plunge to reach an audience that experts say is "entirely untapped."
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It's crunch time The first benchmarks from Apple's A14 chip have appeared on Geekbench, suggesting a significant performance boost against the previous-generation A13 silicon that shipped on the iPhone 11 series.…
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Today we’re taking a peek at some leaks about the OnePlus 8T and the next iteration of the OnePlus Nord. These devices are slight modifications of their predecessors, and they’re almost certainly coming to the United States relatively soon. If what we’ve heard in leaks and via insider tips is true, these devices will upgrade the Android experience – so … Continue reading
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Trump has been ripping Biden for wearing a face mask since May. On Friday, the president tested positive for COVID-19.
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(Drexel University) Drexel University researchers have reported a method to quickly identify and label mutated versions of the virus that causes COVID-19. Their analysis, using information from a global database of genetic information gleaned from coronavirus testing, suggests that there are at least 8 to 14 slightly different versions of the virus infecting people in America, some of which are either the same as, or have subsequently evolved from, strains directly from Asia, while others are the same as those found in Europe.
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