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A Peruvian Software Engineer, who started programming in high school and after several years is still in learning process. Specially interested in Java EE applications, mobile technologies, software development methodologies and Computer Science fundamentals (not necessarily in that order) #SOreadytohelp.

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revised unique values in a pandas dataframe
The "Thank you" part was irrelevant
Jan
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comment Multidimensional polynomial regression (preferably C/C++, Java or Scala)
Do you know what's the classifier name for Multidimensional polynomial regression in Weka? I just can't find it :S
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Nice Question
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asked Commons Math: Multiple Samples support for DescriptiveStatistics instances
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awarded Electorate
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awarded Constituent
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accepted Almost every reported bug is a high-priority bug
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awarded Good Question
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awarded Notable Question
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awarded Nice Question
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comment Almost every reported bug is a high-priority bug
"Everything is the same priority" is the definition of Priority Inflation according to Paul Butcher (From the Debug it! book) @MichaelT
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awarded Editor
Nov
17
revised Almost every reported bug is a high-priority bug
I justified why the question is not a duplicate
Nov
17
comment Almost every reported bug is a high-priority bug
@MichaelT I don't think it is a duplicate. My question is specific about the "Priority Inflation" problem.
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comment Almost every reported bug is a high-priority bug
@RobbieDee I mean per Sprint/Release.
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comment Almost every reported bug is a high-priority bug
In JIRA, the default priority for issues is Major ("Major loss of function")
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