Hackathons could be very intimidating and stressful. The key to getting better is doing simple projects. In this article, we will look at an example of a web app that can be used for sharpening your skills when you prepare for a hackathon. We will use a powerful Google API based on Machine Learning and apply the following technologies: ASP.NET, HTML, Docker, Heroku, and Git.
Google API *
Google API — a set of classes, procedures, functions, structures and constants provided by the Google for use in external software products.
This means that almost 2 million newbies without any actual trading experience and lacking any specialized software for trading/position analysis have entered the market.
In this article I want to show in detail how you can use R in Microsoft SQL Server to get data from Google Analytics (and generally from any API).
The task — we have MS SQL server and we want to receive data in DWH by API
We will use googleAnalyticsR package to connect to Google Analytics (GA).
This package is chosen as an example due to its popularity. You can use another package, for example: RGoogleAnalytic.
Approaches to problem solving will be the same.
Google shut down their social media platform Google+ on April 2, 2019. It’s hard to find some technical article that hasn’t mentioned the end of Google’s social network era. But, a high level of consistency in connectivity within services of the company had received scant attention. In this article I would like to share my thoughts on the internal way of Google services consistency and what it means for Google API users when it comes to a Google+ shutdown.
But sometimes you can find an easter egg in the most unlikely of places. There’s even an urban legend that one day, a programmer Googled “mutex lock”, but instead of search results landed on foo.bar, solved all tasks and landed a job at Google.
The same thing (except without the happy ending) happened to me. Hidden messages where there definitely couldn’t be any, reversing Java code and its native libraries, a secret VM, a Google interview — all of that is below.