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Naveen Saini
Re: Quality Assurance in enviroCar code challenge (prajwal m r)
Hi prajawal,
Although I am not the one who can provide you absolute facts as any other senior community member would provide, but since your query is not answered by any senior member since a long time, I thought to share my views on your questions according to me.
As this is what we mean by community, meant to be helping each other. :)
Yes, by ’tracks’ they mean collection “tracks” included in dump.
Further in script, we have to filter by the attribute “length” of entities in collection ”tracks”, as no other entity would fit that description for filtering.With an UI we would take lower and upper limit and then remove all other entities lying outside specified range with 40% margin.

Thanks.


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> Hello,
> I am Prajwal. I have been working on this code challenge. I have  done the
> server  backend in NodeJS , and the frontend in html,Js and  JQuery. I am
> able to run MongoDB scripts from the UI and get back any relevant results
> (if any) back to the  UI as output.
>
> I have few doubts about what the query scripts have to exactly  do.
>
> In the challenge , It is said that " create script for filtering values
> within certain value range and delete tracks which contain more than 40
> percent of measurements matching that filter "  .
>
> I want to know if by saying "tracks" here does it mean the collection
> "tracks" in the provided database dump?
>
> Also , by saying " filtering values within certain value range " , Does it
> mean to filter it based on certain attributes of the collection "tracks"
> such as begin , end , created , modified , length..etc?
>
> It would be really helpful if anyone could guide me a little with this.
>
> Thank you
> -Prajwal
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> Hello, my name is Anton and I'm trying to accomplish code challenges
> about the caching for Timeseries REST API.
> I'm a little bit confused by the third question:
> "Have a look how request handling is done and come up with suggestions
> how the requests can be optimized to reduce network traffic"
> After reading the Timeseries API spec I have a notion that the major
> part of traffic belongs to the timeseries responses (responses from
> timeseries proxy to clients). Is it true? And if it's true, than why
> is it important to optimize the requests? Won't it be more helpful to
> reduce the amount of timeseries traffic?
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prajwal m r
Thank you so much. That was very helpful

On Wed, Mar 1, 2017 at 5:43 PM, Naveen Saini <[hidden email]> wrote:
Re: Quality Assurance in enviroCar code challenge (prajwal m r)
Hi prajawal,
Although I am not the one who can provide you absolute facts as any other senior community member would provide, but since your query is not answered by any senior member since a long time, I thought to share my views on your questions according to me.
As this is what we mean by community, meant to be helping each other. :)
Yes, by ’tracks’ they mean collection “tracks” included in dump.
Further in script, we have to filter by the attribute “length” of entities in collection ”tracks”, as no other entity would fit that description for filtering.With an UI we would take lower and upper limit and then remove all other entities lying outside specified range with 40% margin.

Thanks.


> On 01-Mar-2017, at 5:30 PM, [hidden email] wrote:
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> Today's Topics:
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>   1. Quality Assurance in enviroCar code challenge (prajwal m r)
>   2. Caching for Sensor Web REST API (Anton Egorov)
>
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
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> Message: 1
> Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2017 01:42:14 +0530
> From: prajwal m r <[hidden email]>
> To: [hidden email], [hidden email], [hidden email],
>       [hidden email]
> Subject: [GSoC] Quality Assurance in enviroCar code challenge
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>
> Hello,
> I am Prajwal. I have been working on this code challenge. I have  done the
> server  backend in NodeJS , and the frontend in html,Js and  JQuery. I am
> able to run MongoDB scripts from the UI and get back any relevant results
> (if any) back to the  UI as output.
>
> I have few doubts about what the query scripts have to exactly  do.
>
> In the challenge , It is said that " create script for filtering values
> within certain value range and delete tracks which contain more than 40
> percent of measurements matching that filter "  .
>
> I want to know if by saying "tracks" here does it mean the collection
> "tracks" in the provided database dump?
>
> Also , by saying " filtering values within certain value range " , Does it
> mean to filter it based on certain attributes of the collection "tracks"
> such as begin , end , created , modified , length..etc?
>
> It would be really helpful if anyone could guide me a little with this.
>
> Thank you
> -Prajwal
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> Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2017 00:30:39 +0300
> From: Anton Egorov <[hidden email]>
> To: [hidden email], [hidden email], [hidden email]
> Subject: [GSoC] Caching for Sensor Web REST API
> Message-ID:
>       <[hidden email]>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
>
> Hello, my name is Anton and I'm trying to accomplish code challenges
> about the caching for Timeseries REST API.
> I'm a little bit confused by the third question:
> "Have a look how request handling is done and come up with suggestions
> how the requests can be optimized to reduce network traffic"
> After reading the Timeseries API spec I have a notion that the major
> part of traffic belongs to the timeseries responses (responses from
> timeseries proxy to clients). Is it true? And if it's true, than why
> is it important to optimize the requests? Won't it be more helpful to
> reduce the amount of timeseries traffic?
>
>
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