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In order to investigate the recruitment of a young European women by ISIS, journalist Amy Whittaker creates a new Facebook profile under the alias of Melody Nelson. She creates a persona online of a woman who has recently converted to Islam.


A named profile is a collection of settings and credentials that you can apply to a AWS CLI command. When you specify a profile to run a command, the settings and credentials are used to run that command. Multiple named profiles can be stored in the config and credentials files.

You can specify one default profile that is used when no profile is explicitly referenced. Other profiles have names that you can specify as a parameter on the command line for individual commands. Alternatively, you can specify a profile in the AWS_PROFILE environment variable which overrides the default profile for commands that run in that session.

You can configure additional profiles by using aws configure with the --profile option, or by manually adding entries to the config and credentials files. For more information on the config and credentials files, see Configuration and credential file settings.

The following example shows a credentials file with two profiles. The first [default] is used when you run a AWS CLI command with no profile. The second is used when you run a AWS CLI command with the --profile user1 parameter.

To use a named profile, add the --profile profile-name option to your command. The following example lists all of your Amazon EC2 instances using the credentials and settings defined in the user1 profile from the previous example files.

Setting the environment variable changes the default profile until the end of your shell session, or until you set the variable to a different value. You can make environment variables persistent across future sessions by putting them in your shell's startup script. For more information, see Environment variables to configure the AWS CLI.

A work profile is set up on an Android device to separate work apps and data from personal apps and data. The work profile lives on a separate part of the device so that your personal things stay private and unaffected by work. In this article, you'll learn how to:

You can add personal information about yourself in your bio, like previous places you've worked, projects you've contributed to, or interests you have that other people may like to know about. For more information, see "Personalizing your profile."

If you add a README file to the root of a public repository with the same name as your username, that README will automatically appear on your profile page. You can edit your profile README with GitHub Flavored Markdown to create a personalized section on your profile. For more information, see "Managing your profile README."

People who visit your profile see a timeline of your contribution activity, like issues and pull requests you've opened, commits you've made, and pull requests you've reviewed. You can choose to display only public contributions or to also include private, anonymized contributions. For more information, see "Viewing contributions on your profile" or "Showing your private contributions and achievements on your profile."

Affiliation badges indicates that an account is connected to an organization on Twitter. The affiliation badge contains the profile photo of a Verified Organization and is applied to all the affiliates of that organization. Affiliated accounts can have gold, grey, or blue checkmarks depending on the type of account. Affiliation badges are displayed on Twitter profiles, Tweets, timelines, notifications, DMs, search results and elsewhere.

Some information in your profile, such as your name or title, may be collected from other systems that your IT or human resources department control. If you want to update those details, contact the relevant department or your admin. For more information, see Who should I contact if I need to change my information in Microsoft 365?

You can select the LinkedIn icon or header to see a person's LinkedIn profile information. You have to connect your Microsoft account with your LinkedIn account to see LinkedIn profile information. For more details, see LinkedIn information.

Profile cards in Outlook mobile include an Events section. Scroll down on anyone's profile card to see upcoming Outlook calendar events you have in common. When looking at your own profile card, you'll see all your upcoming events.

On a person's profile card, select the 'More actions' menu located on the right (...) and then select Add to contacts. If you are viewing the expanded view of the card, select Add to contacts in the Contacts panel. In the Outlook mobile app, scroll down to the bottom of the card.

Edit any field or add additional information. Note that any pre-filled information from your organization will always stay on profiles in Microsoft apps and services. Information you add manually for your contacts is only visible to you and won't be available to anyone else. Other people can't see your contacts in Microsoft apps and services.

Information you add manually for other people is only visible to you and is not available to anyone else in Microsoft apps and services. For example, if you have added a personal note on someone's contact details, only you will see the note when viewing their profile.

Any pre-filled information from your organization will always stay on profiles in Microsoft apps and services, including for people you have added as contacts. Information you add manually for your contacts is only visible to you and won't be available to anyone else. Other people can't see your contacts in Microsoft apps and services. For example, if you have added a birthday or note for a person at your work or school, only you will see that information.

To schedule a visa interview or enter your visa delivery address, you will need to register and create a profile online.If you already have a profile, please do not create a new one. You can always modify your existing profile by logging in using your user ID and password. If you have lost your password, please simply retrieve it by clicking Forgot Your Password? If you are a first time user, click New User? to create your profile.

Some institutions may enable a feature in Canvas called Profiles. Profiles allows you to update your name, preferred contact methods, and any personal links for your account. Your profile information can be viewed by all users in your courses.

Note: As created in your user profile, email addresses do not appear as a contact method and are only used for Canvas notifications. Canvas users should contact each other via Conversations.

To add personal links to your profile, such as personal websites, blogs, or portfolios, enter the title of the link in the title field [1]. Type the URL in the URL field [2]. Click the remove icon to delete the link [3]. Click the Add another link button to add another link [4].

You are now at the point of creating a profile and filling out your USPS application. This page can be a resource for any questions you may have as you navigate the system to complete both. Read over the information provided here to make this part of the process as easy as possible.

A Candidate profile will house your general information and allow you to create a unique username and password that you can log into from any computer anytime. You can search for jobs without creating a profile. However, in order to apply you will need to create one.

The profiler modules are designed to provide an execution profile for a givenprogram, not for benchmarking purposes (for that, there is timeit forreasonably accurate results). This particularly applies to benchmarkingPython code against C code: the profilers introduce overhead for Python code,but not for C-level functions, and so the C code would seem faster than anyPython one.

This sorts the profile by cumulative time in a function, and then only printsthe ten most significant lines. If you want to understand what algorithms aretaking time, the above line is what you would use.

The file selected by the above constructor must have been created by thecorresponding version of profile or cProfile. To be specific,there is no file compatibility guaranteed with future versions of thisprofiler, and there is no compatibility with files produced by otherprofilers, or the same profiler run on a different operating system. Ifseveral files are provided, all the statistics for identical functions willbe coalesced, so that an overall view of several processes can be consideredin a single report. If additional files need to be combined with data in anexisting Stats object, the add() methodcan be used.

This method of the Stats class accumulates additional profilinginformation into the current profiling object. Its arguments should referto filenames created by the corresponding version of Statistics for identically named (re: file, line,name) functions are automatically accumulated into single functionstatistics.

Save the data loaded into the Stats object to a file namedfilename. The file is created if it does not exist, and is overwrittenif it already exists. This is equivalent to the method of the same nameon the profile.Profile and cProfile.Profile classes.

The arguments provided (if any) can be used to limit the list down to thesignificant entries. Initially, the list is taken to be the complete setof profiled functions. Each restriction is either an integer (to select acount of lines), or a decimal fraction between 0.0 and 1.0 inclusive (toselect a percentage of lines), or a string that will interpreted as aregular expression (to pattern match the standard name that is printed).If several restrictions are provided, then they are applied sequentially.For example: 041b061a72


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