Oops, it seems we did it again! After our successful appearance in WHAT datathon, we took part in Eneco’s Data Challenge, a part of Dutch Data Science Week. Our solution won, because it provided the most business value to Eneco. Read our Rax blog post for more details.
Last weekend we took part in the WHAT datathon – a data science competition accompanying the WHAT behavioral data conference organized by Wakoopa. And YES, we won the Gfk Insights track: The challenge was to uncover business insights in clickstream data. We got data of one month in 2016 of a Dutch panel that shows […]
The coders at Coders Co. have led many projects where solid understanding of math and modeling made the results exceed expectations. That is to be expected if experienced, smart, coders adopt a problem. Real coders love to solve complex challenges with the simplest solutions possible, but not simpler than that. Coding is fun if coding […]
The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis (or principle of linguistic relativity) holds that language affects its speakers cognitive process and world view (neo-Whorfianism). Some hold this true even for programming languages, assuming coding in some language implies thinking in that language. K.E. Iverson, inventor of APL, argued that more powerful notations aided alogorithmic thinking (ACM Turing Award Lecture). […]
Coders Co. is 1 year old! We celebrated it with fake champagne and an authentic Amsterdam boat tour (thank you Ferdie!). It was a lot of fun!