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If you are a beginner, it’s safe to assume that there will be many ways to improve your code. The sooner you reach out for the feedback, the faster the whole process will be. The code output you produce is part of the problem—it will need review, testing, and maintenance over a long time. Good performance at your job requires you to write code only
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Timestone: Netflix’s High-Throughput, Low-Latency Priority Queueing System with Built-in Support for Non-Parallelizable Workloads by Kostas Christidis Introduction Timestone is a high-throughput, low-latency priority queueing system we built in-house to support the needs of Cosmos, our media encoding platform. Over the past 2.5 years, its usage has ...
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I hear this time and time again. "You should only learn to code if you love to do it!".
It is absolutely not true and don't let anyone tell you otherwise. There are plenty of people who are just in it for the great work life balance and money, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that.
I have absolutely no passion for the field, but I w ...
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There's a lot to learn when you're getting into tech. But fortunately there are some skills that you can use across different programming languages, operating systems, and tools. And knowing how to use the command line interface (also known as the command prompt or terminal, depending on your operating
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React Hooks are available in the latest version of our `svix-react` library. Hooks cover all the core functionality required to replicate the Consumer App Portal. They have been designed to manage concerns like pagination and reloading, so you can just focus on building an awesome UI. The hooks are strongly typed using TypeScript. They can be used
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In this article let us look at the logical condition statements in Python. The condition statements usually come together with the if else statement. Find whether a number is equal to or greater than one or else return false. a = 3 if a == 1: return True elif a > 1 : return True elif a < 1 : return False The above will return True. Notice that the
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In this chapter let us create a python while loop to find the odd numbers within a python list. The loop will use the continue statement to skip the even numbers and will only put an odd number in another list which will get returned after the while loop has terminated! a = [1,2,3,4,5,6] # a list consists of 6 elements b = [] # empty list to use to
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Shiny is a framework that makes it easy to build interactive web applications without requiring traditional web development skills. Since its introduction ten years ago for R, Shiny has made it possible for R users to communicate with a much broader audience—and now Shiny is available for Python! Python ... Continue reading: Get Started with Shiny
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A deep dive into the internals of a distributed system like Kafka. My aim with this series of blogs is to be able to comprehensively explain the fundamental details of how Kafka was designed. Kafka is mostly written in Java, and only based on JVM. The developers of Kafka find that using a PageCache over an in-process cache would be much more effici
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Java has been one of the most popular programming languages for a long time. It is considered a general-purpose, concurrent, strongly typed, class-based object-oriented language. We just published a full course on the freeCodeCamp.org YouTube channel that will teach you the Java programming language. This course is perfect for beginners.
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This is a great time to post this, right on the release of Java 19. The first article is mostly nonsense and outdated clickbait. The second article has complaints that are more related to Jakarta EE and programmer aesthetics in the JVM. The only point where we would need getter/setters is in very specific settings (e.g. JPA) where again, Lombok sol
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 Here is the task: how to append two tables using R Markdown? The need arose because I was demonstrating to graduate students in a research methods course how to prepare Table 1, which often covers descriptive statistics in an empirical paper... Continue reading: How to append two tables in R Markdown?
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#544 – SEPTEMBER 27, 2022 View in Browser » Python as an Efficiency Tool for Non-Developers Are you interested in using Python in an industry outside of software development? Would adding a few custom software tools increase efficiency and make your coworkers’ jobs easier? This week on the show, Josh Burnett talks about using Python as a mechanical
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Spring Boot Migrator (SBM) is an experimental Spring project first released in March 2022. SBM allows developers to convert existing, non Spring Boot applications, which are based on technologies such as JAX-RS, EJB and JMS to Spring Boot or upgrade older Spring Boot applications to the latest version. By Johan Janssen
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[Edited to add pre-publication link to next draft of P2392, revision 2] Brief background As I presented at CppCon 2021 starting at 11:15, I’m proposing is (a general type or value query) and as (a general cast, for only the safe casts) for C++ evolution. The talk, and the ISO C++ evolution paper P2392 it’s … Continue reading Something I implemented
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Many are wondering whether Golang is a language that can apply the Object Oriented Programming paradigm. The answer is yes, in GO we can create an Object from a class/entity, a class in GO is also called a lightweight struct. The concept of Object-Oriented Programming has four main concepts, namely abstraction, encapsulation, inheritance, and polym
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Port of the famous TodoMVC to .NET on WASM. Showcase of the JavaScript interop and running .NET in the browser, with or without Blazor. The post Use .NET from any JavaScript app in .NET 7 appeared first on .NET Blog.
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DoorDash recently revealed how they are using Filibuster, an automated fault injection tool, to identify resilience issues in microservice applications early on and improve platform reliability. By Tanmay Deshpande
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Every year, all InfoQ editors invite seasoned developers and practitioners from the industry to discuss the current trends in the entire software development landscape. In this article, we discuss some of the .NET Trends for 2022, divided into four stages of adoption. By Arthur Casals, Jonathan Allen, Edin Kapić, Irina Scurtu, François Tanguay
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In this episode of The InfoQ Podcast, we will discuss some of the .NET Trends for 2022. Today we will focus on the latest .NET developments related to User Interface and Communication. Our panelist guests for this discussion are Irina Scurtu, Microsoft MVP and International Speaker, and François Tanguay, CEO at Uno Platform. By Irina Scurtu, Franço
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