January 2021

⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 29 Jan, 2021

Continue reading takes about 6 minutes 1. A 5 Step Guide to Getting SOC 2 Certified Nylas set to out achieve SOC 2 certification for the trust principles of security and confidentiality. We’re excited to share our certification process. Trust is earned, not engineered. 3. Cannes: How ML saves us $1.7M a year on document previews Recently, we translated the predictive power of machine learning (ML) into $1.7 million a year in infrastructure cost savings by optimizing how Dropbox generates and caches document previews. 4. Why does it take so long to build software? Why does it take so long to build software? We hear variations of this question frequently: Why is building software so expensive? Why is my team delivering software so slowly? Why am I perpetually behind schedule with my software? There is a good reason we hear these questions over and over. 6. Google says it may have found a privacy-friendly substitute to cookies Google on Monday said new test results show promising signs that the technology it’s hoping will replace cookie-based ad targeting is working. 7.… Read More »⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 29 Jan, 2021

⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 15 Jan, 2021

Continue reading takes about 6 minutes 4. Weekly To-do Kubernetes Blog Post in Chinese Coding for MMSS 5. No Meetings, No Deadlines, No Full-Time Employees I started Gumroad in 2011. In 2015, we reached a peak of 23 full-time employees. In 2016, after failing to raise more money, I ended up back where I began: a one-person company. Today, when I’m asked how many people work at Gumroad, I respond with “ten or so. Thanks for your reading, save as your bookmark if you like my website.

⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 08 Jan, 2021

Continue reading takes about 5 minutes 1. WakaTime 2020 Programming Stats Happy New Year… 2020 is finally over! In 2020, more than 250k developers spent a combined 36 million hours programming, tracked with WakaTime text editor plugins. The average person spent 51 minutes per day programming. 2. What I’ve Learned in 45 Years in the Software Industry Looking back on four decades in the software industry, I’m struck by how much has changed. I started my career with punch cards and I am ending in the era of cloud computing. 7. Quitting a new job Two years ago, I did something that I’d never done in my career before- I left a job (at Nuro) only a few months after starting it. In this post, I want to explain what happened and what I learned from the experience. 8. Weekly To-do Kubernetes Blog Post in Chinese Coding for MMSS Thanks for your reading, save as your bookmark if you like my website.

⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 01 Jan, 2021

Continue reading takes about 6 minutes 2. Python behind the scenes #7: how Python attributes work What happens when we get or set an attribute of a Python object? This question is not as simple as it may seem at first. It is true that any experienced Python programmer has a good intuitive understanding of how attributes work, and the documentation helps a lot to strengthen the understanding. 3. How we built the GitHub globe GitHub is where the world builds software. More than 56 million developers around the world build and work together on GitHub. 4. Preface Greetings from the Qiskit Community team! We initiated this open-source textbook in collaboration with IBM Research as a university quantum algorithms/computation course supplement based on Qiskit. The goal of the textbook is to develop skills in the following areas. 5. Weekly To-do Kubernetes Blog Post in Chinese Coding for MMSS Thanks for your reading, save as your bookmark if you like my website.