A technologist's views on making enterprise software and software development fun and rewarding.
I've been following your cricket analyses via the R-Blogger site, and I'd like to say thanks. There aren't many examples of using this kind of software for fun instead of work.
Thanks! Analyzing Cricket data is a lot of fun... And to learn R with it is super. I'm trying to learn how to visualize data by plotting these examples...
Hi, I’m writing on behalf of the Managing Editor of a soon-to-be-launched cricket vertical, which is a joint venture of the Zee Group and an American media giant. Our cricket vertical will have lots of cricketers writing for us, besides established writers. However, we are also giving space for bloggers and others who would like to share their views and/or blog on cricket.Would you be interested in posting your writings on our website? If you do wish to share, kindly let me know. We are not paying fan bloggers for non-exclusive articles, but what we would undoubtedly give them is instant recognition on a big platform alongside big names - something that is not possible as a stand-alone blogger or merely commenting on social media like Facebook and Twitter. Moreover, we intend leverage the written stuff across social media platforms. And that means getting your writings across to much bigger audience andthus getting new readers to your blog – if you are a blogger.If we find that any blogger is writing insightfully and is drawing a huge following, we could then commission him/her to write exclusive articles for which they would be paid.Do let me know your thoughts.Cheers,Devarchit Varmadevarchit.firstname.lastname@example.org