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YAML(YAML Ain’t Markup Language)is a data serialization language. Common uses cases are configuration files, log files, internet messaging, data sharing.Read the full story ...
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A long-standing problem with .NET’s Base Class Library is the inability to separately represent date and time values. As part of .NET 6, the new DateOnly and TimeOnly classes seek to correct this oversight. By Jonathan Allen
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Sorting Algorithms — With Python Experimental refresher on why, what and how of sorting algorithms Photo by Max Panamá on Unsplash Art of Bringing Order Sorting means putting items in a particular order. That particular order is determined by the comparison property of the elements. In case of integers we say smaller number comes first and bigger n ...
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8th Light’s modern apprenticeship program allows us to hire software professionals from a wide range of backgrounds, and Ian Carroll is no exception. In an interview with apprenticeship.io, a non-profit dedicated to educating Americans about apprenticeships in technology, Ian shared his journey from a theater major to a full-stack software crafter.
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jq: A Saviour for Sanitising Inputs, Not Just Outputs Many examples and tutorials exist out there for using jq for handling JSON outputs or quickly accessing items in a JSON body. I have linked a couple of my favourites in the resources below. Yet, few know of its benefits when one requires a json as a CLI input. A prime example of such a use case ...
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So, let’s begin the story of QUICK-SORT, if you are new to programming, then this is a good article for you. But we are not jumping to QUICK-SORT right away, first, we will solve few simple problems and then keep updating these problems and end up creating a solution for QUICK-SORT. Problem 1) Write a program Segregate 0s and 1s in an Array. It’s l ...
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Michael Vizard / VentureBeat: Atrium, which uses AI to surface opportunities for sales managers and closely track actual levels of customer engagement, raises $13.5M in seed funding  —  Join GamesBeat Summit 2021 this April 28-29.  Register for a free or VIP pass today.  —  Atrium today revealed it has raised $13.5 million …
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Kate Conger / New York Times: The debate over retiring engineering terms like “slave” and “blacklist” has led to nearly a year of back and forth discussion at Internet Engineering Task Force  —  Nearly a year after the Internet Engineering Task Force took up a plan to replace words that could be considered racist, the debate is still raging.
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The largest cryptocurrency exchange goes public through a direct listing, and it could make a bigger debut than Facebook.
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The new Inspiron lineup includes 13", 14", 14" 2-in-1, 15, and 16" laptops.
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This super-portable gadget is easy to use, supports Alexa or Google Assistant, and works flawlessly at home or anywhere else.
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The sheer volume of people migrating to Austin from all over the country, but particularly from the San Francisco Bay Area, has been making headlines for a while now. One result of this continued migration is a steady surge in housing prices due to increased demand and low inventory that dropped to nearly zero earlier […]
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