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Transcreator: Ran Huang; Editor: Tom Dewan TiDB Operator is an automatic operation system for TiDB in Kubernetes. As a Kubernetes Operator tailored for TiDB, it is widely used by TiDB users to manage their clusters throughout the entire lifecycle, and thus boasts of an active developer community.
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Do you ever have to comment out a whole bunch of code to try something different? Or perhaps you changed some things and your code does not run anymore?Or maybe you want to work on your project from many devices? Or do you want to use free static website hosting for your CV/projects?
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Using access modifiers is part of the daily job of any OOP developer but things are a bit complex in python, or maybe a bit simpler.Read the full story ...
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These are the ten most rated questions at Stack Overflow last week. Between brackets: [question score / answers count] Build date: 2021-04-17 19:11:41 GMT Why does Python return [15] for [0xfor x in (1, 2, 3)]? - [45/4] Applying regex to pandas column based on different pos of same character - [8/3] pandas styling doesn't display for all rows in la
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First of all, I just want to say that r/learnprogramming is an AMAZING community. I've learned about so many useful resources from you all and have had so many of my questions answered here. Reading your success stories has also given hope and motivation to get to where I am today. I'm writing this post in hopes that it helps you get where you want ...
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Scientific computing — lessons learned the hard way Image by Author I used to love videos of car crash tests. They are especially good in slow motion — the car speeds up and just before it hits a barrier, slow-mo starts. Glass is everywhere, doors are wide open and finally an explosion! Although, spectacular to watch and very important for road saf ...
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I'm 34 years old with a wife and a 4 year old child, and I work at least 40 hours in construction every week. I consistently try to learn and code even if I can't keep to a regular schedule, and have been making it a priority lately to wake up even earlier so I can guarantee at least an hour a day. I just wanted to say thank you for all the motivat ...
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Introduction In Python, we have discussed many concepts. In this tutorial, we will be discussing the role of the semicolon in python. The basic meaning of semicolon(;) in all the other languages is to end or discontinue the current statement.  In programming languages like c, c++, and java, we semicolon to terminate the line of code, and it is nece
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Are you looking for a bit of order when working with dictionaries in Python? Are you aware that the Python dict has changed over the last several versions and now keeps items in order? Could you learn more about object-oriented programming in Python by comparing it to another language? This week on the show, David Amos is back, and he's brought ano
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Hi! I’m Laurent Ellerbach. I’m a Principal Software Engineer Manager at Microsoft working for the Commercial Software Engineering team. My team and I are doing co-engineering with our largest customers helping them in their digital transformation and focussing on Azure. I’m more focussing on Manufacturing industry and I’ve been involved in IoT for
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Drag and Drop; one of the most beloved and commonly used gestures in the world of GUIs. Many actions are associated with drag and drop, including moving an object from one location to another to creating associations between them. Be it an image editing tool like Canva, a cloud-storage manager like Google Drive, or project planning and collaboratio
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A simple guide to reproducible research without becoming a software engineer From Unsplash. When you do an experiment, whether that’s in a lab or on a computer, you generate data that needs to be analyzed. If your analysis involves new methods, algorithms, or simulations, you probably wrote some code along the way. Scientific code is designed to be ...
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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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Dictionaries are one of the most frequently used data structures in python. It contains data in the form of key value pairs. While processing the data with dictionaries, we may need to iterate over the items in the dictionary to change the values or read the values present in the dictionary. In this article, we will see various ways for iterating o
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Introduction to Radix Sort The radix (or base) is the number of digits used to represent numbers in a positional numeral system. For the binary system, the radix is 2 (it uses only two digits - 0 and 1). For the decimal system, the radix is 10 (it uses ten digits to represent all numbers - from 0 to 9). A positional numeral system is, in simple ter
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Introduction Software Security is important more than ever in today's world. If we embed the security in the development phase of the application it not only benefits the overall security adherence but also creates multiple security checkpoints at multiple levels of software. This article provides multiple live secure coding examples one has to app
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GitHub has recently moved to a new format for all of its tokens, including personal access, OAuth access, user-to-server and server-to-server, and refresh tokens. As GitHub engineer Heather Harvey explains, the new format aims to make tokens more easily identifiable, including when scanning repos for secrets, and to increase their entropy. By Sergi
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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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JHipster 7.0, released March 23, updated the data model editor JDL Studio to version 2, added Snyk security vulnerability scanning, and introduced the JHipster Control Center to manage microservices. The release also updated dependencies & defaults and was followed by version 7.0.1 on April 2. By Karsten Silz
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