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How to consume any Database as a Stream for heavy data processing using JavaScript 🤯🔥

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#javascript #nodejs #streams #sql #nosql #tutorial #dataprocessing #database #business #data #strategy #pipeline @nodejs
The secret for processing anything using JavaScript is to handle data on demand.

Imagine data you wanna migrate data from a SQL database to a NoSQL DB. You would need to apply some business rules, clean up fields, filter data and then output them to the final output.

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You might know that you can block the Node.js (and the data source you're consuming) if you handle too much data at once in memory

The best practice then is to limit results, send individual data to a stream pipeline, and then ask for more data until you've consumed it all.

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(1/7) #Bullmarkets are periods of increased #asset values due to regular #price fluctuations. This thread emphasizes on its causes and characteristics. 🐮🧵

Learn More 👇
medium.com/zignaly/llts22…
(2/7) Wage growth, capital inflows, minimal unemployment, strong #consumer spending, and increasing corporate #profits are all factors that lead to sustainable #bullruns. 🐮📈
(3/7) Characteristics of a #BullCycle:
1. Boosted #investor confidence, falling policy rate. 🔝📈
2. More #money being invested in the future by businesses. 💵📈
3. There is a decline in the #unemployment rate. 👨‍💼📉
4. The process of #spending money is more straightforward ⬆💯
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It’s annual planning time again!

Unfortunately, most annual plans are ignored or discarded almost as soon as they are done.

Why is that?

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The process companies use for planning is flawed. By creating plans by committee, you ensure the most uncontroversial, boring plan possible.

No innovation, no ambition.

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All of the best ideas don’t even make it into the planning process for fear of being shot down! Those are the ideas you need to win in your market.

There is a better way…

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Recently, I have written how Russia’s strategy for Ukraine is evolving (again), as well as the potential impacts of winter. Looking beyond the next few months, what might Russia’s options be for 2023, and what are the vulnerabilities Ukraine can attack? 1/24 🧵
2/ Since the beginning of this war, Ukrainian resistance and battlefield success has forced Russia to constantly adapt their strategy. The war has not gone remotely like the Russians expected. They have had to continuously evolve (and downgrade) their ‘theory of victory’.
3/ So now, in November 2022, Russia’s #strategy is comprised of several elements. The 1st pillar of the Russian strategy is their strategic narrative that this is a war to resist #NATO aggression. A subordinate element is the ludicrous story about #Ukraine being run by Nazis.
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US National Security Strategy is out. "PRC presents America’s most consequential geopolitical
challenge. Although the Indo-Pacific is where its outcomes will be most acutely shaped, there are
significant global dimensions to this challenge." #strategy whitehouse.gov/wp-content/upl…
"Russia poses an immediate and ongoing threat to
the regional security order in Europe and it is a source of disruption and instability globally but it lacks the across the spectrum capabilities of the PRC." p. 11
"The PRC and Russia are increasingly aligned with each other but the challenges they pose are, in important ways, distinct. We will prioritize maintaining an enduring competitive edge over the PRC while constraining a still profoundly dangerous Russia." p. 23 #DragonBear
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In the past few hours, we have seen the Russian response to the attack on the Kerch bridge over the weekend. It has responded in two ways. First, a series of missile attacks against civilian targets across Ukraine. Second, command changes. 1/24 🧵
2/ Perhaps inevitably, Putin and his morally bankrupt military leadership turned to their normal response to such ‘outrages’ – bombing Ukrainian cities. abc.net.au/news/2022-10-1…
3/ Back in July, the Ukrainian President described how over 2900 Russian missiles had been fired at Ukrainian cities until that point. With the attacks over the past 24 hours in cities across Ukraine, this missile count continues to rise. president.gov.ua/en/news/rosijs…
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Information overload is a huge problem! It will only get worse unless you have #goals, #strategy, and systems for dealing with it. After 35+ years in IT, I'm retooling my personal #Information #technology toolset again. Gathering via @raindrop_io 1/x
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However, the biggest IT #Algorithms of collecting, sorting, and naming things (#data) really never change. We just have new tools for #DataScience, #Datavisualization, and #datatransformation. As @bobdylan said: Man gave names to all the animals. 2/x
Actually, God said it, Moses wrote it down, and @bobdylan wrote a song about it. Then @Google bought @YouTube and now we can listen it: Man Gave Names to All the Animals - in the beginning - long time ago. 3/x
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Lots of reports currently about Ukrainian advances in #Kherson and #Luhansk. Few have been officially confirmed. However, we can draw a couple of things from these ongoing campaigns. 1/17 🧵
2/ First, what we are seeing is an excellent Ukrainian operational design playing out across the south and east of the country. While geographically separate, they are campaigns that are part of an integrated design, and part of an overall military #strategy.
3/ Second, the two campaigns are mutually supporting. The south is the most decisive region because of its economic contribution to Ukraine’s economy. The Russians know this and it is here they have deployed their most capable units.
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How can organizations learn from mistakes and develop a learning culture?

A few observations based on my experience over the last 15 years at @WorldBank and other large organizations and some inspiration from @AmyCEdmondson’s research at @HarvardHBS. /1
More than a decade ago, I worked at the @WorldBank on using independent #evaluation results to inform future #strategy and #management decisions.

A big part of my job was to rethink & redesign the way staff & managers interact and respond to receiving evaluation results. /2
My fascination with this topic came from my graduate studies @thehertieschool & my 🎓 thesis on learning from evaluations @UNODC. I studied the literature & developed a framework. In my field work, I interviewed dozens of senior staff over months working there in 2006. /3
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Do you need a #multicloud #strategy? Most likely, not. Just use one cloud that fits your needs.

The chances are that your project is multi-#cloud, anyway. There are nuances, of course.

One is TRAFFIC. The cost can go up depending on the path it follows.

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The bigger the company, the bigger the chance that you are already using multiple #clouds. Generic public clouds (#AWS, #GCP, #Azure), private clouds (#VMWare, #Nutanix), and specialized clouds (#Cloudflare, #Vercel) can all be combined together for the benefit of your org.

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If you have just a few GBs of traffic a month, then this would most likely not have a big impact on your #cloud #costs. But if you have more than a few GBs per hour, a #multicloud setup may bring you some surprises.

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I have been updating my info about the #ukrainianwar , and here's my 'five cents', based also on Russian history. Thread.

It seems that Russia is operating with inferior (1-2:1), force constructing of both militia, Russia servicemen and professional soldiers. 1/15
During Winter War, Finns were met with an overwhelming force (some places even with close to 10:1 ratio), but we mastered the overall control of the battlefield.

This included letting Soviet forces to move sometimes deep in the Finnish territory, then to encircle and... 2/
... destroy them in smaller groups. This proved very effective.

Based on my reading, Russia has its own battlefield control strategy, or "operational art" (operativnoe iskoustvo) to engage a superior enemy. This includes variety of strategical operations and moving troops... 3/
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Throughout the Russian invasion of #Ukraine, I have watched and written about Russian #strategy in the war. In this thread, given ongoing Ukrainian offensives, I examine whether Russia has ceded the initiative to Ukraine. 1/25 🧵
2/ Since 24 February, Russian #strategy has evolved continuously. Putin’s Plan A, seven months ago, was for a lightening military operation conducted on multiple fronts to shock the Ukrainian military and government into submission and do it before the west could help.
3/ The plucky, courageous Ukrainians called their bluff and defeated the Russians in the north. And in the northeast. And rallied international support for military, humanitarian and economic support.
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Thread | Quick recap of latest #telecom news and #insights, including BT's new Budapest office, Magyar Telekom's pay deal, exit at Pelipod & much more:

#Office #Telecom #Hybridworking #Europe #Operations #WFH

BT Hungary opens doors to new offices
eu1.hubs.ly/H01HX5G0
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In the past week, the Ukrainian southern campaign has continued to develop. Operational security has been tight (logically), so official word on progress has been minimal. In this thread, I pose open questions about the campaign, knowing we won’t have answers for a while. 1/19 🧵
2/ That said, there is very good coverage from people I respect. Folks like @shashj @MarkHertling @KofmanMichael @RALee85 @PhillipsPOBrien @TheStudyofWar @IAPonomarenko and others provide useful and often complementary strategic perspectives on this campaign, and the broader war.
3/ Others such as @War_Mapper @DefMon3 @Militarylandnet @WarMonitor3 @Nrg8000 @JominiW provide good operational and tactical mapping and insights.
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#Technical #Analysis #LongTerm #Investment

#Retweet for maximum reach!

Today I will show you how to pick #MultiBagger(2-10x) stocks #Technically

Disclaimer -

If the company isn't liquid enough, I can't give guarantee on the output. Also let us backtest it further.
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You have to assess the liquiduity and fundamentals then apply this #strategy.

Please go through the series of tweets THOROUGHLY to understand the strategy, I have tried to explain it in the simplest way possible.

Pre-requisites :
* #RSI
* #Volume
* #Patience
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What NOT to expect from this strategy?

* Instant return!
* "Becoming Millionaire" in 1 Month

What to expect from this strategy?

* #Guaranteed #MultiBagger #ALERTS
* 2-10x #RETURNS over 2-5 Years
* #Conviction
* Good Sleep @ Night
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A Ray Of Light For Chicken Nuggets: How Ray Dalio Solved McDonald’s Chicken Price Fluctuation 🐔

#business #McDonalds #Inspiration #strategy #stock #StockMarket #chickennugget
Ray Dalio is a seasoned investor and hedge fund manager from the United States. He founded his current hedge fund, Bridgewater, in 1975. The company started with risk consultancy services and worked with businesses to mitigate risk in their operations.
Ray formulated a unique but effective solution to a problem McDonald’s was facing. What was the problem and how was it solved? Let us find out!
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How to create a good Product Strategy?

@Reforge released the new long-read article "Product Strategy is Really About Offense vs. Defense".

I liked it. It's a kind of Art of War by Sun Tzu, but for Product Managers.

#product #pm #strategy

Here below is a short version in 🧵👇:
@reforge Product leaders need a framework to ensure they're focusing on the right priorities when creating a strategic portfolio.
- Ely Lerner describes product strategy as offense and defense.
- Why you should try to avoid investments that are neither offense nor defense Product Offence vs Defence
@reforge How to Think About "Offense" vs. "Defense" in Your Product Strategy
- "Offense" in the product is any business-advancing investment.
- "Defense" refers to investments made to prevent business losses. Investing in defense protects the business.
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We just printed 20k flyers that will be distributed in #Spain 🇪🇸 as part of our #worldwide targeting #strategy. 🌐

We are also taking advantage of this week to strengthen our #network of #partners, meet new #talents and stabilize the #beta. 💪
🖥 On the #development side, we recently added #notifications to our #app while passing the 1,500 #memers mark.
👉 New #features are coming soon, including #meme #contests & improvements of our native #meme #editor, which will soon include #GIFs. Stay tuned, the next few months will be #explosive! 🔥

We are on the verge of an unprecedented #revolution led by #memes. Are you ready? 😉
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#Strategy
ETH is likely to turn POS in late September, most likely creating a fork. Currently, ETH futures are not discounted to a high degree. Once the fork is made, the forward futures will be discounted more. Deribit futures will only track the most popular coin.
Strategy 1: Swap all USDC for ETH spot, then short the September future. Past experience has shown that the price of ETH futures will drop, and by hedging the futures you can gain the forked coin without loss and the further discount caused by the fork.
Strategy 2: Deribit supports the pm. For the traders with a risk appetite, you can carry out cross-period arbitrage by going long August future and short September future. If there is a consensus expectation that September will fork, the discount will be cashed out early.
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Yesterday, a review was announced into Australia’s defence posture and force structure. This is timely, necessary and may also provide a good foundation for a subsequent National Security #Strategy. Some thoughts on the review follow. 1/25 🧵
2/ In December 1941, Prime Minister John Curtin wrote about the security challenges facing our country in an article called "The Task Ahead". He described the following year, 1942, as one in which there would be “an immense change in Australian life”.
3/ Curtin wrote about “reshaping, in fact, revolutionising, of the Australian way of life until a war footing is attained quickly.” john.curtin.edu.au/pmportal/text/…
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Back in May, I examined Ukraine’s military strategy in a thread that I informally called ‘The Ukrainians are Masters of 21st Century War”. Today, an update on the Ukrainian approach - the "strategy of corrosion". 1/25 🧵
2/ It is important we study the Ukrainian military #strategy and how they fight. It offers important insights for the modernisation of western military forces, many of whom remain mired in an intellectual quicksand of Cold War and COIN doctrines.
3/ During their invasion, Russia’s military has been forced by the Ukrainians to continually re-assess its strategic objectives. Russia has downgraded their political goals for #Ukraine, and the strategy for achieving them. The Ukrainians have fought & subverted Russian strategy.
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As we seen the unfolding Ukrainian operations in southern Ukraine, it is worth pondering, what happens when Ukraine takes back the south? 1/21 🧵
2/ This region is a significant source of Ukrainian GDP. It is also the location of major power plants, and the ports through which goods are dispatched that represent over half of Ukraine’s export earnings.
3/ Russian government agents, assisted by the military, are seeking to institute a range of Russian government systems to annexe Ukraine’s southern region.
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More than four months have passed since the beginning of the Russian invasion of #Ukraine. During the war, Russian and Ukrainian strategy has evolved. Today, an update on Russia’s #strategy in Ukraine. 1/22
2/ The aim of this is to provide insights into how Putin has evolved his ‘theory of victory’ in #Ukraine, and therefore provide a foundation for developing Ukraine’s (and the West’s) defeat mechanisms against Russia.
3/ Throughout the conflict, many have explored Russia’s strategy for its subjugation of Ukraine. Because that is what Putin seeks – the absolute subjugation of the Ukrainian people, and the extinguishment of their sovereignty.
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