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Hey guys, it’s me again. I received a lot of dms and emails asking about how they should build their portfolio site, so I decided to write a guide for it.
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Microservicilities is a list of cross-cutting concerns that a service must implement apart from the business logic. These concerns include invocation, elasticity and resiliency, among others. This article describes how a service mesh such as Istio may be used to implement these concerns. By Alex Soto
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Organizations need to be able to sustainably deliver value to their customers and business; that is why they exist, said Randy Shoup at QCon Plus May 2021. To do that, they need to be able to effectively and efficiently leverage the “resources” they have at their disposal- their people, teams, and technology. By Ben Linders
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This time we want to solve the following simple task with R: Take the numbers 1 to 100, square them, and add all the even numbers while subtracting the odd ones! If you want to see how to do that in at least seven different ways in R, read on! There are ... The post R Coding Challenge: 7 (+1) Ways to Solve a Simple Puzzle first appeared on R-blogge
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One way Python attracts programmers is by encouraging elegant, easy-to-read code. It does this through a variety of features, including list comprehension. Writing more efficient code helps programmers save time and effort. List comprehension  achieves this goal by simplifying the syntax necessary to perform complex statements in Python. Nested lis
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#478 – JUNE 22, 2021 View in Browser » How to Pivot and Plot Data With Pandas One of the challenges of working with data is knowing how to manipulate the data format for a particular analysis. And there’s no single correct format. You need to know how to melt, pivot, and transpose data into a format that fits whatever you’re analyzing. If you enjoy
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Back to our Developer Showcase Series to learn what developers in the real world are doing with Hyperledger technologies. Next up is Sergio Torres who is a blockchain architect at... The post Developer showcase series: Sergio Torres, Signeblock, Alastria and Coding Bootcamps appeared first on Hyperledger.
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I get this question a lot: Where should I start to learn Python? While I do hold Intro to Python team trainings, Python Morsels is currently focused on continued Python learning, that is everything just beyond introductory Python (which I feel is an under-served space). I plan to create an online introductory course one day, but until then I recomm
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It was about 5am, five hours from the BillG meeting. My eyes were red and puffy and I was slightly delirious. I had been up for almost twenty-four hours. But I had just recompiled the code, and it seemed to work now. I could get two or three hours of sleep under my desk, and that gave me plenty of time to get the demo to our Program Manager before ...
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JEP 403 (Strongly Encapsulate JDK Internals) has been targeted for the GA release of JDK 17. It’s no longer possible to access internal APIs via the --illegal-access command line option. It’s expected that this option will be removed completely in the future. The --add-opens command line option or the Add-Opens JAR-file attribute may be used to ope
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Hi everyone, I compiled a list of YouTube channels I subscribe to and watch often on this github repo and I thought of sharing it here. These channels cover topics such as Data Science, Machine Learning, programming, software engineering, python, etc.
If you have any channels you want to add, feel free to submit a pull request!
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It's been a busy week for the .NET community with the release of new previews for .NET 6 and its related frameworks (including MAUI), along with the first preview of Visual Studio 2022, new Azure SDK libraries, and more. InfoQ examined these and a number of smaller stories in the .NET ecosystem from the week of June 14th, 2021. By Arthur Casals
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This week’s news features news from JDK 17 and JDK 18, Open Liberty 21.0.0.6, MicroProfile 4.1, Piranha 21.6.0, Spring Native 0.10.0, Hazelcast Node.js Client 4.2, Hibernate ORM 5.5.2, Hibernate Search 6.0.4, JHipster 7.1.0, the Snyk/Azul JVM Ecosystem survey, and a Jakarta EE webinar series offered by Payara. By Michael Redlich
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Most general-purpose programming languages have either no support or limited support for complex numbers. Your typical options are learning some specialized tool like MATLAB or finding a third-party library. Python is a rare exception because it comes with complex numbers built in. Despite the name, complex numbers aren’t complicated! They’re conve
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Laura Nolan looks at some real distributed system architectures and examines the tradeoffs made, showing how simple systems can create complex and difficult to understand behaviors. By Laura Nolan
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This week we welcome James Murphy as our PyDev of the Week! James is the founder of mCoding and also has a popular Python tutorial channel on YouTube. You can also see what James is up to over on GitHub. Let’s spend some time getting to know James better! Can you tell us a little about yourself (hobbies, education, etc): I’m a mathematician and pro
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I’ve spent the last week compiling around ~675 publicly available CS courses from around 20ish colleges. Hopefully you can get some use out of it. ...
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Learning cloud programming is the need of the hour in this era of technology. Here is the list of the best cloud computing programming languages.Read the full story ...
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