This Week in Data Science (May 31, 2016)

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CodeChat 061 – Talking TypeScript and Angular 2.0 with Bill Wagner | CodeChat

Bill is like me in at least one way – he loves TypeScript and Angular 2.0.

I pulled Bill aside during the Build conference and we had a little chat about TypeScript – a typed superset of JavaScript – and Angular 2.0 – the new version of Google’s popular web framework.

This language/framework combination makes working with client-side web apps a dream.

You can also see Bill cover the topic in more detail in his Channel 9 episode Angular 2.0 with TypeScript by Bill Wagner.

If you want to check out TypeScript, go to, and Angular 2.0 can be found at

If you happen to be looking for a good reference project, you can follow my Waterbug project on GitHub.

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Enhance Your Alteryx Experience and Become Data-Inspired at Inspire 2016 with USEReady

Enhance Your Alteryx Experience and Become Data-Inspired at Inspire 2016 with USEReady

Win a free copy of ‘A Practitioner’s Guide to Alteryx’ and get a free assessment of your workflow to see if it is “Production Ready” at the USEReady booth at Inspire 2016.

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Should We Let Internet Companies Define How We Express Ourselves?

Facebook and Twitter, among others, have agreed to enact a more stringent form of policing hate speech on their platforms in Europe.

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Tuesdays with Corey: SQL Bring Your Own License – OH MY! | Tuesdays With Corey

Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team covers a way cool announcement on your ability to BYOL (Bring Your Own License) for Microsoft SQL (provided you have an Enterprise Agreement). 

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