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NFT Preview Card Component Let’s Move to the Next Challenge?  — Challenge 002 Hey Everyone ? , Hope you all are doing good. If you are a first-time visitor Welcomeee!!? . As you might know from last week onwards I have decided to change the route to UI development. And as for challenge No 001 we have done a challenge called NFT Preview Card Compone ...
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I feel like we all have that ONE concept that just didn’t make any sense for a while until it was explained in a new way. For me, it was parameters and arguments. What’s yours? ...
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In this article, I want to present a simple cloud architecture that can allow an organization to take monolithic applications to the cloud incrementally without a dramatic change in the architecture. We will discuss the minimal requirements and basic components to take advantage of the scalability of the cloud. By Luciano Mammino
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There are a good number of articles that articulate functional differences between HashMap, Hashtable, and ConcurrentHashMap. This post compares the performance behavior of these data structures through practical examples. If you don’t have the patience to read the entire post, here is the bottom line: when you are confronted with the decision of w
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“Any noise annoys an oyster, but a noisy noise annoys an oyster most.” – Tongue twister, author unknown As the Python programming language continues to grow in popularity, so too does the accumulation of issues and pull requests (“PRs”) on the CPython GitHub repository. At time of writing (morning of 7th May, 2022), the total stands at 7,027 open i
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System.Text.RegularExpressions has improved significantly in .NET 7. In this post, we'll deep-dive into many of its exciting improvements. The post Regular Expression Improvements in .NET 7 appeared first on .NET Blog.
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Dan Luu published an article presenting Wave as a case study for a business model where a simple and boring architecture fits best. Instead of a state-of-the-art service-based asynchronous architecture, they employ a synchronous monolith backed by a database and serving a unified API. By Vasco Veloso
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What does it mean to achieve immortality? At the 2022 Python Language Summit, Eddie Elizondo, an engineer at Instagram, and Eric Snow, CPython core developer, set out to explain just that. Only for Python objects, though. Not for humans. That will have to be another PEP. Objects in Python, as they currently stand In Python, as is well known, everyt
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Formatted string literals, known as “f-strings” for short, were first introduced in Python 3.6 via PEP 498 . Since then, they’ve swiftly become one of the most popular features of modern Python. At the 2022 Python Language Summit, Pablo Galindo Salgado presented on exciting new possibilities for improving the implementation of f-strings by incorpor
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A starter tutorial / training course should start with discussing how to get the program to the place or person where it needs to run. In my experience, that is the one topic most people ask about.
All the language grammar in the world is going to be useless if the program can't be made to run. All the modeling concepts are useless if we can't d ...
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If you peruse the archives of language-summit blogs, you’ll find that one theme comes up again and again : the dream of Python without the GIL. Continuing this venerable tradition, Sam Gross kicked off the 2022 Language Summit by giving the attendees an update on nogil , a project that took the Python community by storm when it was first announced
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As part of his talk given in front of Devoxx's audience, Hanno Embregts shares 11 crazy things he learned on his path towards Oracle Java 11 certification. Even though having behind a career spanning of almost one decade and a half, these Java curiosities still needed to be ironed out while preparing becoming common practice afterwards. By Olimpiu
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These were a series of short talks, each lasting around five minutes. Read the rest of the 2022 Python Language Summit coverage here. Lazy imports, with Carl Meyer Carl Meyer, an engineer at Instagram, presented on a proposal that has since blossomed into PEP 690 : lazy imports, a feature that has already been implemented in Cinder, Instagram’s per
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By now, you are probably familiar with one or more programming languages. But have you ever wondered how you could create your own programming language? And by that, I mean: A programming language is any set of rules that convert … Let’s Create a Tiny Programming Language originally published on CSS-Tricks. You should get the newsletter.
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.NET 7 Preview 4 is now available! Check out what's new in ASP.NET Core in this update. The post ASP.NET Core updates in .NET 7 Preview 4 appeared first on .NET Blog.
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.NET 7 Preview 4 is now available with enhancements to the OpenTelemetry implementation, date and time, cache metrics, on stack replacement (OSR) and regular expressions. The post Announcing .NET 7 Preview 4 appeared first on .NET Blog.
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In this article we will be sharing our experience learned from 12 months of adopting certain management and organisational insights from the book Team Topologies. It explores how we identified areas of responsibility and assigned those into mostly customer facing domains which could be given to our teams. It shows how an inverse Conway manoeuvre ca
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Learn to avoid common pitfalls and realize the benefits of Go interfaces with this overview of patterns and anti-patterns.
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JEP 425, Virtual Threads (Preview), has been promoted from Proposed to Target to Targeted status for JDK 19. This JEP, under the umbrella of Project Loom, introduces virtual threads. These lightweight threads aim to dramatically reduce the effort of writing, maintaining, and observing high-throughput concurrent applications to the Java platform. Th
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There are a good number of articles that articulate functional differences between HashMap, HashTable and ConcurrentHashMap. This post compares the performance behavior of these data structures through practical examples. If you don’t have patience to read the entire post, here is bottom line: When you confront with the decision of whether to use H
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