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I have a Patrik Ervell technical knit cardigan from S/S 2014 for sale. It was purchased many months ago but hasn't gotten much wear (worn once) so I'm getting rid of it. The cardigan is in dark navy and is a size small. I'm asking for $180 shipped.   It fits TTS around shoulders, length, etc...but the body is quite slim. I'm not super skinny (maybe 5 to 10 pounds overweight), but it fits a little tight around the stomach area when buttoned up.   approximations taken...
This is more of a "should I or shouldn't I keep". I purchased a Robert Geller Zipper Blazer from A/W 2014. It's a nice piece and fits well. However, it was an impulse buy and I never wear blazers, so I'm not sure whether to keep. Another reason that I'm considering selling is because I don't normally wear boots, derbies, or dress shoes and this probably wouldn't work with sneakers, which is what I normally wear. I don't wear boots/derbies/etc often due to a neurological...
Got the Wool MA1 today...it's a little snug when zipped up but TTS was the way to go. Was worth the wait.    
 a. Trackpants make me think nylon-ish materials, so I'd say it's more trouser pants. It's long (length wise) and I've been wearing them with the elastic part tucked in under the pant.b. Wore them to work today (38 F this morning and high of 45 F) and it kept me fairly warm. c. No
^ Wow, thanks for sharing. Out of curiosity, do most people who use SAS perform tasks using the SAS syntax or do they use the point and click variation. I have a copy of SAS enterprise on my work computer but I've never really bothered to look into it.
Can't speak to the specifics of Python+MongoDB+server as I'm a statistician and not a CS person, but in my interactions w/ data engineers, I've rarely heard good things about MongoDB. In fact, we had a junior developer at my old employer who quit in part because of a high degree of frustration related to MongoDB, or so that was what he told me.     Since there seem to be so many CS people on here, I may as well as about your workflow and how you structure...
 With OK-Ni, I think you need to contact them to get the vat reduced. Never assume that they'll just do it if it's not explicitly clear during the checkout process.
If anyone wants to sell their daypack spot, I'm interested. pm me
Tableau is pretty sweet. Fairly easy to learn, offers users a lot of control, produces "pretty" graphics, and it can be interfaced with SQL and R. Plus, it can do some basic univariate forecasting using the exponential smoothing method. For exploratory analysis and data visualization, Tableau is a pretty good tool. And Tableau Reader makes it easy to share insights with non-technical audiences, and removes the need to have an engineering team build our a real time data...
Anyone know what the job market is like for data scientists in CA? (SF, bay area, palo alto, LA, SD, etc)   I'm curious about other opportunities as I'm struggling in my current role due to a lack of data. So few things that I need are being tracked and it's taking them months to implement the tech changes I've requested. Am certain that a tech company will have a better grasp of data and plenty of it store in-house. Given that a lot of 'data' oriented jobs are hot right...
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