Programmers + Coffee = Why?  As an employee of the tech industry, I am well acquainted with the stereotype of programmers and their love of coffee. I can only assume those outside the industry are familiar with it as well. The vignette of a developer hunched over a computer desk late at night, with lines […]

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Probability Welcome back to our series on what every developer should understand about statistics. In the last post, I went through important foundational statistics concepts, including measures of central tendency, variability, and distributions. In this part, we’re going to discuss an additional area of statistics that will be important in understanding inferential statistics: probability.  Proportions, Percentages, and Probability (Oh My)  True or false: if you roll a D20 […]

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Maxim Strelsov always seems willing to help. Whether a co-worker with a problem or an injured opossum at Second Chances Wildlife, Maxim is ready to leap into action. What did you want to be when you were five years old? A taxi driver, because they were one of the few people who drove cars where […]

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Composable Systems is honored to have been named a Fast 50 Award recipient for the third consecutive year. The  2017 Fast 50 Awards were announced last Wednesday and we were happy to be surrounded by so many outstanding local companies at the ceremony. In 2017, we ranked at #12, a huge jump from our 2015 […]

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Descriptive Statistics and Distributions If you have a degree in computer science or a related field, you probably took an introductory statistics class at some point, and then promptly forgot everything except that it had something to do with p values and distributions. I’ve already written several posts for this blog on ways in which […]

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It is that time of the year again: HALLOWEEN. If you’re looking for a timely Raspberry Pi project, well do I have a treat for you. I was surfing Facebook earlier this week and saw a video of a person installing a device on a fridge that played audio when the door was opened. I […]

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Here at Composable Systems, summer is winding down and fall is coming into town. Though it may not feel like fall just yet, we have been hosting employee bake-offs and our annual chili cook-off. With all of these autumn festivities, we have been spending more time out on our deck enjoying the weather. Our deck […]

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Robert Bogue is slated to speak at Louisville SharePoint Users Group (LouSPUG) on Friday, October 13th, on the topic of Practical Information Architecture. Session Summary There will be no fancy words (that aren’t made fun of) and no complex mathematical models. In this session, you’ll learn to take content types, site columns, and navigation options […]

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Tara Midkiff is the Business Analyst at Composable Systems. Starting as an intern and working her way up to BA, Tara has now been with the company for two and half years. I sat down with her to find out more about the creative woman with the flaming red hair. What did you want to […]

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Composable Systems is honored to make the Inc. 5000 list for the very first time. It’s an exciting accomplishment to earn the same honors previously held by companies such as Microsoft, Halo Top, and TrackR. What exactly is the Inc. 5000? The Inc. 5000 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth over a three-year period. […]

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