A Dockerfile and some application code that sits in a git repo, is the purest form of digital value that you can get.
Logs are thrown into code, just like comments. Comments doesn't add much value, is subtle to the code. But logs can potentially add value, however it clutters the code a lot.
APIs can scale vertical SaaS or integrated operations at any company. Shipping APIs is no exception, and provides a bridge from digital to physical for many software vendors.
Just gonna put this out here, courtesy of Kaggle's Data Visualization course. It is a super simple description of the different plots you can do with Seaborn, simply divided into the type of
It's not unusual to see ideas for different interactions for products that already exists in abundance. Everyone kinda wants their own little ideas baked in, and it usually comes from frustration experienced first