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How ICIJ's Datashare project will help journalists breach borders - ICIJ
Now comes the advent of ICIJ’s Datashare platform, which, for the first time, will allow journalists across borders to collaboratively and discreetly mine information contained in their respective documents.

By downloading ICIJ’s Datashare, Gabriela can create a search engine for the documents that had threatened previously to swamp her investigation.
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2 days ago by paulbradshaw
GitHub - ICIJ/datashare: Investigative journalism 3.0.
DataShare aims at allowing for valuable knowledge about people and companies locked within hundreds of pages of documents inside a computer to be sieved into indexes and shared securely within a network of trusted individuals, fostering unforeseen collaboration and prompting new and better investigations that uncover corruption, transnational crime and abuse of power.
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3 days ago by paulbradshaw
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refrr:https://github.com/topics/mysql
🍟 a notebook sql client. what you get when have a lot of sequels. https://franchise.cloud


refrr:https://github.com/topics/mysql
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4 days ago by michaelfox
CIOs planning to snub Oracle for other cloudy vendors – analyst
“Murphy has told clients that a survey of 154 CIOs revealed negative spending intentions towards Oracle, with CNBC reporting that his note said just 2 per cent of respondents said Oracle was their most integral vendor for cloud computing. In contrast, 27 per cent chose Microsoft and 12 per cent opted for Oracle CTO Larry Ellison's cloudy nemesis Amazon. The analyst's note added that CIOs have told the analysts they are migrating off Big Red and onto Microsoft SQL Server, Amazon databases and PostgreSQL.”
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8 days ago by cote
In MySQL, never use “utf8”. Use “utf8mb4”. – Adam Hooper – Medium
Today’s bug: I tried to store a UTF-8 string in a MariaDB “utf8”-encoded database, and Rails raised a bizarre error:
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8 days ago by GameGamer43

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