Faire une sauvegarde de son pc windows 10
Faire une sauvegarde Windows 10 sur disque dur interne (plus rapide) ou externe ? C’est une question primordiale, combien de fois des systèmes ont été perdus à cause de virus ou de malware, combien de gens vivent avec ces parasites sans pouvoir restaurer leur système ?
En 2020 l’importance de l’informatique, les multiples services que nous utilisons notamment gouvernementaux, rende la nécessité d’avoir un ordinateur fonctionnel incontournable.
Nous allons donc voir comment sécuriser votre système Windows.
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Je fais de l’informatique depuis de nombreuses années et il a toujours été délicat de sauvegarder son système d’exploitation et de le restaurer.
La grande nouveauté a été l’outil de backup ISO de Windows 7 (qui fonctionne sous Windows 10), vous trouverez un #Tutorial ICI,
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A crime has taken place and the detective needs your help. The detective gave you the crime scene report, but you somehow lost it. You vaguely remember that the crime was a murder that occurred sometime on Jan.15, 2018 and that it took place in SQL City. Start by retrieving the corresponding crime scene report from the police department’s database.
From doing nothing all the way to creating a different chart for mobile and desktop. I’ll share and explain these and many more examples
22 Steps to Making The Ultimate Chatbot
In this #tutorial, we’re going to walk you through the most common mistakes made in each phase of bot building — conception, training, building or connection.Building a bot is a rewarding experience: creating your own artificial intelligence is amazing! However, it can be a challenge, and there are mistakes to avoid. In this piece, we’re going to walk you through the most common or damaging mistakes new bot builders make in each phase of bot building: conception, training, building, connection, user experience and maintenance. Let’s roll!ConceptionBuilding a bot doesn’t start at the first line of code. It starts much earlier, during the conception.During that first step, it’s important to define the use case of your chatbot. What is the problem you want it to solve? What are your business (...)
#docker Swarm, Kubernetes’s clever little borther
Docker Swarm, Kubernetes’s clever little brotherIs kubernetes suitable for any container based project?There is no doubt that kubernetes is one of the most talked about technologies in the domain of #cloud and #containers. Kubernetes provides a complete solution to managing containers, but there are cases where it is not the best solution.The main disadvantage of kubernetes is its complexity and learning curve. This complexity is due to several reasons:We need to know both the “language” of Docker and the “language” of kubernetes.There are a lot of “moving parts” in the infrastructure (kube-apiserver, etcd, kube-scheduler, kube-controller, kubelet, kube-proxy etc..)There are many types of objects (Service, Pod, Deployment, ReplicaSet)A vast amount of features that we do not necessarily need.In (...)
Linear Programming in #python : A Straight Forward #tutorial
Linear programming is one of the most common #optimization techniques. It has a wide range of applications and is frequently used in operations research, industrial design, planning, and the list goes on. Alas, it is not as hyped as machine learning is (which is certainly a form of optimization itself), but is the go-to method for problems that can be formulated through decision variables that have linear relationships. This is a fast practical tutorial, I will perhaps cover the Simplex algorithm and the theory in a later post.Problem StatementJust to get an idea, we are going to solve a simple problem regarding production scheduling. Imagine that you work for a company that builds computers. A computer is a fairly complex product, and there are several factories that assemble them (...)
Build a Progressive Web App In #vuejs, from Zero to Hero! PART 2— The Service Worker
Build a Progressive Web App In VueJs, from Zero to Hero! PART II — The Service WorkerIn this #tutorial, we will implement and discuss the Service Worker, one of the core technologies that adds the astonishing offline-first experience of a native app to a regular web app.In fact, this article is the second part of a series that teaches you how to develop a so called progressive web app in VueJS!Part I — Build the Tax Calculator App in VueJS.Part II — Make the App work offline.No worries if you haven’t done Part I you can also start straight into building #pwa features. Let’s get going!Offline-first ParadigmOn the web of today the majority of websites and web apps simply fail when there is no network connection. This is so common, that users of today don’t even complain about this poor experience.For (...)
A Progressive Web App in Vue #tutorial , Part 1 — The Vue App
The BasicsBuild a Progressive Web App In #vuejs, from Zero to Hero!The concept of Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) is a framework agnostic approach which seeks to combine discoverability and accessibility of a website with the functionality of a native app.Since couple of years I see an increasing interest technologies which bridge the gap between web- and native-apps.In 2018 PWAs have made a great step towards mainstream adoption. By now, plenty of companies like Pinterest, Uber, Twitter, Trivago, The Washington Post, Starbucks, have already created PWAs to run parallel to their native apps.The reason is obvious, plenty of these companies report very promising numbers, mostly as astonishing as the 97 percent of increase in conversions Trivago has seen.Why should we start developing PWAs now?In (...)
Create an Alexa Radio Skill in 5 Minutes with Standard Library and #nodejs
Create your own Alexa Radio Skill with your favourite streaming stations. Once deployed, you can say Alexa, open radio and Alexa will start streaming a radio station. You can stream a particular genre by saying Alexa, ask radio to play Jazz music. You can, of course, add or delete the stations, so you can have a completely personalised music playing experience. Getting up and running is super simple.If you haven’t checked out Code on Standard Library, do that right now. Sign up and get an account. It’s free.Next, click on Open and this will open up a panel with some featured templates you can use.Click on the Community API Sources tab and search for alexa-radio-skill. Click on Create API to use it as a template for your own service. Once it’s created, proceed to the next step.Minute One: (...)
DevOps101 — First Steps on #terraform: Terraform + OpenStack + #ansible
DevOps101 — First Steps on Terraform: Terraform + OpenStack + AnsibleI’m currently a teacher assistant ??@ Técnico Lisboa, and I’m working closely with Dr. Professor Rui Cruz ??at the It Infrastructure Management and Administration ?, a masters level course @ Técnico Lisboa.This #tutorial aims to provide you with an introduction to Terraform. Terraform will be leveraging the deployment an infrastructure on OpenStack. Ansible will provision the deployed machines. We will use Vagrant to manage the machine with Terraform and Ansible installed.In DevOps101 — Infrastructure as Code With Vagrant (LAMP Stack), I’ve introduced the Agile #devops movement. It aims to automate work and allow you to launch faster.If you are planning to start a business or side-project, something that you have to take into account is (...)
How Artists Can Set Up Their Own Neural Network — Part 3 — Image Generation
How Artists Can Set Up Their Own Neural Network — Part 3 — Image GenerationAlright, so we’ve installed linux and the neural network now it’s time to actually run it!First though I want to apologize for the delay in getting these last two parts of the #tutorial series out. As I explained in my Skonk Works post, I’ve been learning so fast that it’s actually been kind of hard to catch time to digest and write any of it down.For instance, this tutorial series began with teaching you how to install Ubuntu 16.04, but support for Ubuntu 16.04 has just ended and you really should install Ubuntu 18.04, which is what I did after wiping my desktop and turning it into a fulltime personal cloud server! This is good because now I have a completely dedicated Linux machine to run neural network batch jobs on (...)
#slack’n Go : Batch Presence Aware Bot
We shall create a Slack Bot in Go which aware of Batch Presence change event.Essentially we are going to build and run the example given here: ▻https://github.com/nlopes/slack/blob/master/examples/connparams/connparams.go. This #tutorial give a more detailed actions of how to make it run, so that even a relatively new can follow this easily.Step by Step CommitsAn examples of presence change event is when a member of the chat group changes their status from active into away.Slack provides an update to their API for a more efficient presence change detection, by having it in a batch. This is in accordance to proliferation of groups with large members in Slack, where changes of presence could resulting in expensive handling of many events at a short period of time, or at the cost of missing (...)
How to make a Hacker News clone in under a minute without writing any code
Check out the clone at ▻https://hacker-news-clone.threadbase.io/Upvote-style communities are hugely popular because they…Allow the users of the #community to decide what the best content is rather than friend-of-friend algorithms or sorting by newest.Allow posters and commenters to feel a sense of accomplishment when their content is bubbled up to the top.Allow lurkers to instantly see the most important things relevant to their community at the top of the feed.But if you want to make an upvote-style community like Hacker News or Product Hunt, you need to learn how to program a little bit to get something set up.Or at least, you used to need some programming experience.Today, I’ll show you how you can use a product we’re building called Threadbase to make a Hacker News clone in under a minute. (...)
How We Mapped 1.3m Data Points Using Mapbox - Features - Source: An OpenNews project
Five things to learn from the Financial Times’ broadband map
By David Blood and Ændrew Rininsland
This independent site includes unofficial #tutorials to set-up a development environment of OpenStreetMap Carto and to manage this software. It will allow exploiting the style and also being able to contribute to the developments.
To implement this site I kept track of technical notes that have been useful to me and that I hope will also be of help to master OpenStreetMap Carto fast, learning all most relevant aspects from the ground up.
All pages of this site allow commenting. You can also contribute or create GitHup issues. Opening GitHup issues is the most effective way for correction requests.
Crypto #trading Bots — An Introduction to Cryptohopper and How it Works
Curious about crypto trading bots but have never had a chance to use one? This will be the first guide in a series of posts that highlight the benefits and show you how to get started with the most popular crypto trading tools.What is Cryptohopper?Cryptohopper is a cloud-based trading bot that lets you configure strategies and automate your trading across multiple exchanges. The main benefit of using a cloud-based tool like this is the extremely simple setup process and 100% uptime of your crypto trading bot. When compared to some of the self-hosted bots, this is a huge advantage as you don’t need to worry about a stable internet connection or your computer being compromised.How do I get started trading with Cryptohopper?After creating an account and logging in for the first time, click (...)
Let me set the stage: you’ve come up with a great idea for a web app, and you’ve decided to build it with React. By way of completely arbitrary example, let’s say it’s a guitar chord finder with an interactive guitar neck and a submission form (like, say, this one).Shameless self-promotion!You’ve made a couple to-do lists, watched a couple tutorials, and you think you’ve got the hang of all this “props” stuff, so you jump right in. It’s going well enough — you’ve got your top level app component, maybe a form, a guitar component… and then, it starts to dawn on you. You’re going to need a guitar… with six strings… with twelve frets each… which all need to communicate information about whether or not they’re muted, pressed, or open…which need to be able to communicate with the form and express a chord… (...)