Continue reading takes about 5 minutes 1. AWS Amazon SNS is a fast, flexible, fully managed push notification service that lets you send individual messages or to bulk messages to large numbers of recipients. 2. Using Amazon SQS Dead-Letter Queues Amazon SQS supports dead-letter queues. A dead-letter queue is a queue that other (source) queues can target for messages that can’t be processed (consumed) successfully. You can set aside and isolate these messages in the dead-letter queue to determine why their processing doesn’t succeed. 4. Why You Shouldn’t Use Git LFS I have long held the opinion that you should avoid Git LFS if possible. Since people keeping asking me why, I figured I’d capture my thoughts in a blog post so I have something to refer them to. Here are my reasons for not using Git LFS. 5. Filtering and retrieving data using Amazon S3 Select With Amazon S3 Select, you can use simple structured query language (SQL) statements to filter the contents of Amazon S3 objects and retrieve just the subset of data that you need. 6. AWS… Read More »⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 14 May, 2021
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Continue reading takes about 6 minutes 1. What are the Three Amigos Development Strategy in Agile? Three amigos refers to the primary perspectives to examine an increment of work before (business), during (development), and after development (testing), where for example, a Business Analyst, developers, tester and go over each story in an informal kick-off session to give a common shared vision of 2. Weekly To-do Kubernetes Blog Post in Chinese Coding for MMSS Thanks for your reading, save as your bookmark if you like my website.
Continue reading takes about 3 minutes 1. Weekly To-do Kubernetes Blog Post in Chinese Coding for MMSS 2. The Initial Preview of GUI app support is now available for the Windows Subsystem for Linux A year ago at BUILD 2020 we introduced our goal to bring Linux GUI applications to the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) to run Linux GUI applications. We are proud to announce the first preview of this highly anticipated and open source feature! We’ve given this feature the nickname: “WSLg”. Thanks for your reading, save as your bookmark if you like my website.
Continue reading takes about 7 minutes 1. Here’s why we are going open source Maybe you’ve already heard: we’re going open source! In 2015 my co-founders and I launched CitizenLab with one goal in mind: to make decision-making more open, inclusive, and equitable. 2. My simple Github project went Viral Last month (Mar’21), I made a simple project which got spread in various tech communities and social media. On Github, It reached from 0 to 4k+ stars and 200+ forks within 7 days. Github featured it in Trending repositories of day section for straight 5 days or so. 3. Thanks for the Bonus, I Quit! I started this post thinking it would be very technical and only appeal to an engineering type crowd, but it turned out the story here was about something else. Losing sight of what makes you happy, maybe. Or alternatively, how to create a really bad bonus incentive program. -Mad Ned 4. Weekly To-do Kubernetes Blog Post in Chinese Coding for MMSS Thanks for your reading, save as your bookmark if you like my website.
Continue reading takes about 6 minutes 1. Jaccard index The Jaccard index, also known as Intersection over Union and the Jaccard similarity coefficient (originally coined coefficient de communauté by Paul Jaccard), is a statistic used for comparing the similarity and diversity of sample sets. 3. Linux, macOS, and Windows running simultaneously on a 1st generation Core i5 and 8GB RAM Wow. 3rd on Hacker News and 2100 views! I’m not a writer, but thanks. Hope you enjoy. This is my main computer, a Thinkpad T410 with a 1st generation Intel Core i5 and 8 GB of RAM. It runs Arch Linux with Xfce. 4. 15 Technologies I Thought My Son Would Never Use Nine years ago this week, my son was born and, to mark the occasion, I wrote an article, predicting 15 current technologies he would never use, because they would be obsolete by the time he would have a reason to interact with them. 5. Japan decides to release water from Fukushima plant into sea TOKYO (Kyodo) — The Japanese government has decided to release treated radioactive water… Read More »⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 16 Apr, 2021
Continue reading takes about 3 minutes 1. How to make an awesome Python package in 2021 If you are like me, every once in a while you write a useful python utility and want to share it with your colleagues. The best way to do this is to make a package: it easy to install and saves from copy-pasting. If you are like me, you might be thinking that creating packages is a real headache. Thanks for your reading, save as your bookmark if you like my website.
Continue reading takes about 4 minutes 1. Site Reliability Engineering You’ve hired new employees into your organization, and they’re starting as Site Reliability Engineers. Now you have to train them on the job. Investing up front in the education and technical orientation of new SREs will shape them into better engineers. 2. On-call training for developers We had a problem at my company a couple of years ago. We were writing code, only to throw it over the fence to our infrastructure team to support in production. As a result the disconnect between the developers writing the code and the actual shipped product was becoming more pronounced. 3. Bad News for the Highly Intelligent There are advantages to being smart. People who do well on standardized tests of intelligence—IQ tests—tend to be more successful in the classroom and the workplace. 4. Intel’s New IDM 2.0 Strategy: $20b for Two Fabs, Meteor Lake 7nm Tiles, New Foundry Services, IBM Collaboration, Return of IDF The new CEO of Intel, Pat Gelsinger, has today outlined his vision for Intel over the coming years.… Read More »⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 26 Mar, 2021
Continue reading takes about 5 minutes 1. 5 Minute Static SSL Website in AWS with Terraform One of the chores I find myself regularly doing when working on a new project is creating static HTML front-end website’s for the Serverless backend’s I work on. 2. When to use Dependency Injection Dependency injection is a powerful technique that can be applied in many situations across all layers of an application. But this does not mean that dependency injection should be used every time a class depends on another class. 4. Nodejs Security This cheat sheet lists the things one can use when developing secure Node.js applications. Each item has a brief explanation and solution that is specific to Node.js environment. Node.js applications are increasing in number and they are no different from other frameworks and programming languages. 5. Building a high-scale chat server on Cloud Run In this blog, I will show you how to use WebSockets support to build a fleet of serverless containers that make up a chatroom server that can scale a high number of concurrent connections (250,000… Read More »⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 19 Mar, 2021
Continue reading takes about 7 minutes 1. Zapier’s CEO Reveals How His Automation Startup Reached A $5 Billion Valuation Without Jumping On The VC ‘Hamster Wheel’ Zapier CEO Wade Foster avoids thinking about fundraising as much as possible. Profitable for years, his startup, which provides automation tools that connect apps together, gets plenty of interest from venture capitalists. 2. Painless Integration Testing with ASP.NET Core Web API As the art of software development has evolved, the strategies and practices used in software testing have grown up with it. Automated testing is an integral part of modern dev ops and agile approaches and enables teams to ship high-quality software faster and with confidence. 3. Magic Bytes – Identifying Common File Formats at a Glance When assessing an application, one may run into files that have strange or unknown extensions or files not readily consumed by applications associated with those extensions. 4. Weekly To-do Kubernetes Blog Post in Chinese Coding for MMSS 5. Accepting Raw Request Body Content in ASP.NET Core API Controllers A few years back I wrote a post about… Read More »⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 12 Mar, 2021
Continue reading takes about 3 minutes 1. Leadership Soft Skills: Master Your Own Mind to Lead Your Team to Success Click here to take the State of Software Development 2021 survey! Leadership soft skills make or break your career as you transition into engineering management. 2. Singapore VS Hong Kong 🤔 The Ultimate Debate (for 2021) Singapore VS Hong Kong, which is better? The answer to this has been debated for a long time by locals of both countries, ex-pats, travellers, economists and bloggers for a long time! 3. Weekly To-do Kubernetes Blog Post in Chinese Coding for MMSS 4. Story Mapping What is Story Mapping? Story mapping is a method for arranging user stories to create a more holistic view of how they fit into the overall user experience. Thanks for your reading, save as your bookmark if you like my website.