R 4.0 was released almost two years ago. However, the majority of R users didn't immediately adopt the new version due to obvious constraints when updating software. The consequence is that many of the new and useful features are forgotten about. This post highlights the features as we've moved to R 4.0.Read more about Forgotten features of R 4.0.0
Creating 30 maps for the 30 Day Map Challenge in November 2021 was indeed a challenge, but over the course of the month I developed a process for approaching the problem. This blog post will focus on the thought process behind creating maps rather than the technical aspects of writing the code.Read more about Thinking about maps and ice cream
In line with the continuous growth at Jumping Rivers, we are looking to expand our team of dedicated professionals working in our teams. If you are enthusiastic and keen to develop your skills in cutting edge data science disciplines or infrastructure please read on!Read more about Job vacancies at Jumping Rivers!
Our annual training review is back! Like many other training providers, we had to pivot to online learning in 2020, which brought with it challenges but also new opportunities. The review will show you what the year looked like for our trainers and training course attendees, including which trainer taught the most courses!Read more about 2020 Training Review
In 2020, GitHub took the correct decision to change the default branch from master to main. For single, independent repositories, this is relatively straightforward. But moving groups or organisations is more complex and requires planning.Read more about Git: Moving from Master to Main
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