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Matthew Clark discusses how the BBC’s website is designed in a scalable, performant, and resilient way, what the architectural solution is, and some of the technologies used. By Matthew Clark
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There are quite a few resources out there to help SAS users get started with writing some Python code. But for those of us who have SAS as a first language, switching to Python is quite a bit more than translating lines of code. It’s a change in world-view. Here’s how to view the world as a Pythonista. Adopting this perspective will not only help y ...
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Very thankful for this board, I've been lurking here for about a year and it's always been a good resource for me.
Last November, I decided to start learning how to code. I started with a Python Udemy course and a HTML/CSS/JavaScript Udemy course. I got maybe like 20% through them, and then enrolled in a fullstack web dev bootcamp.
The bootca ...
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In this tutorial, we'll learn everything about Python lists: creating lists, changing list elements, removing elements, and other list operations with the help of examples.
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I just wanted to give a big thank you to the /r/learnprogramming community for all the inspiration over the years. I have been a long-time lurker here and I can't believe I finally landed a real gig after all these hours of tutorials and research. It's very surreal to have an actual office where I get paid to code all day.
And I really have to t ...
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This article will show you how to use JSDoc to provide TypeScript type definitions for overloaded functions in JavaScript.Read the full story ...
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In the world of technology, exceptions are said to be as old as programming itself. The occurrence of an exception during the execution of code can result in unexpected behavior unless the exception is properly handled in the code. Exceptions are not bad but are a fundamental part of modern programming. Rather than having a fear of exceptions, it i
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Hey! My name is Ignatius Sani and I’m a web developer instructor at CareerFoundry, a coding Bootcamp that train junior developers.Read the full story ...
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Circuit breaker design pattern is used to detect failures and encapsulates the logic of preventing a failure from constantly recurring during maintenance, temporary external system failure, or unexpected system difficulties. Here's how it works and how you can use this functionality with Anypoint MQ. How Does Circuit Breaker Design Pattern Work? Ci
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Image from Castor’s website If you’ve belonged to a data team for any length of time, you’ve probably felt submerged by the number of tables you’re meant to keep track of. You’ve also probably noticed that other data analysts and data scientists spend a lot of their time dealing with questions of the style: Where is the best data to answer my quest ...
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On “common sense” knowledge, its sources, and ways to extract it Slide from a Reality project presentation at RubyConf India’18 Some time ago, I wrote a Twitter thread about one of the unseen hard problems in software development — access to the common knowledge. Since then, a few things happened to me, one of the most important being the inception ...
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While programming in python, comparison has to be done very often for checking different conditions. We may need to compare two variables or two groups of variables for a single condition checking. In this article we will try different ways to compare two lists in python. While comparing, we will have to check if both the lists contain the same ele
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Until recently, static analysis tools weren’t seen by our industry as a reliable element of securing code at scale. After nearly a decade of investing in refining these systems, I’m so proud to celebrate our engineering teams today for being awarded the IEEE Computer Society’s Cybersecurity Award for Practice for development and deployment of stati
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The power of constrained language models Why and how to build constrained language models with a custom beam search algorithm. A guide with Hugging Face code. Photo by Michael Dziedzic on Unsplash Overview Introduction Why care about constrained language models? What is the beam search algorithm? How to constrain any language model with a custom be ...
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Hyperlambda is probably orders of magnitudes slower than most other programming languages in the world such as C#, Java, PHP, and Python - Still, when you're done with your project, I can pretty much guarantee you that your project will be blistering fast - Probably orders of magnitudes faster than anything you could possibly build in any other pro
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Whether you’re a developer, designer, or even a marketing specialist, learning how to code and improving your programming skills can be critical to your career growth. With that said, the path you take to improve your technical knowledge will differ based on your background and familiarity with programming. In this article, we’ll talk about why peo ...
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For everyone having done multithreading and async programming, it's fairly obvious that the amount of complexity required to (correctly) implement threading and async increases the cognitive requirements to understand the codebase to sometimes unfathomable amounts. Typically, this results in difficult to track down bugs, and over time what we often
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Your Python Code Arrows to Dispatch Jurassic Loop Holdouts image by Stefan Keller, Fantasy Dino Dinosaur — Free photo on Pixabay image by author A tutorial by example: List, set, and dictionary comprehensions, with conditions or filter-like behavior; the zipping and unzipping of lists, dictionaries, and tuples in conjunction with comprehensions; fo ...
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This feels so dumb.
So I have large hands. Like basketball player hands. The *entire* time I've been trying to code, I kept thinking "Man how do people use all the syntax and symbols so well", because so much of it is cramped onto the right side of the keyboard.
Then I realized (thanks to someone here. Thank you random Redditor).... That I've ...
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