Why Spanish colonial architecture has ‘no meaning’ for our world today

Spanish colonial buildings are still in use today, but there’s no such thing as a Spanish colonial architectural style.The word ‘colonial’ refers to the fact that the Spanish conquered and annexed the Americas from the Incas and used the native peoples for their construction, while retaining some Spanish characteristics such as Spanish names, Spanish buildings […]

How to design an architect salary database

The history of architecture is full of stories of salary databases, where data about salaries is collected from various organizations, often through a job posting or other source.But as the cost of data storage continues to skyrocket, so too do the costs of maintaining and improving such a database.In this post, we’re going to take […]

How to Build a Smart Shingles Database architecture

When building a database architecture using relational databases, the architectural shingle color is the important one.You should be using shingled databases, not tables or indexes, for your database schema.That way, you can reuse code and you can easily build new indexes and indexes with different indexes for different schemas.But in our database architecture we want […]

Why is the ‘Big Data’ of today’s smart devices so hard to parse?

The search engine and social media companies are trying to crack down on bots that are flooding the web with false information.A new wave of bot traffic is making it impossible to accurately track the source of a story.The bots are targeting stories and stories alone.So what is the solution?To make sense of this massive […]

Architecture in the Age of Blockchain: A Look at the Future of Security

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