In the past few years there has been a constant rhetoric of entrepreneurship in the Canadian media. As many larger businesses suffered a downturn in the recession and its aftermath, many people turned to smaller businesses to continue to economic drive. But this respect for entrepreneurship is not new within Canada, or North America. The entire “American Dream” is based on people being able to draw themselves up by their shoestrings and become successful through entrepreneurship. As our economy continues to develop and change to being a tertiary economy, entrepreneurship will continue to prosper to help facilitate that change. How does this compare to the other countries rapidly moving towards a tertiary economy? Where does Canada stand in entrepreneurship? How can we use this data to continue aiding entrepreneurship in Canada?

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In Part 1, we explained different technologies which facilitates scraping and crawling many resources from the web. Although gathering the data from different sources is challenging, storing those data for future access also needs proper design and appropriate technology. In this part, our focus will be on different databases technologies avaliable in the industry.

Database ...

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The source of data for any data centeric application can come from scraping different websites. While there are many third party companies offering web scraping systems,  due to sensitivity of information and potential competitors, some companies might be  willing to build an in-house package to have the intellectual property of its scraping engine. Although an ...

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Every year the last few days of December are treated with disdain. Some people have to work, some people are still clinging onto the holiday spirit, while others are just simply attempting to survive the surprisingly cold truth that there is more winter to come. These days are special though, as they also represent the one time a year when people truly reflect on themselves, and the changes or improvement that they want to focus on in the next year. We are no different here at Evenset, and have set a very important resolution for ourselves. We hope to accomplish this goal, and continue to evolve our services to perfectly help our clients in not only for the next year, but for many more years to come.

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2015 is coming to a close. It has been a simply insane year, with an increase in millennial hiring, new emerging economies, and the decline of the Canadian dollar. But how has that affected the boardroom? What are the boardroom trends of 2015?

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