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⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 04 Sep, 2020

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2. Best practices for a clean and performant Angular application


I have been working on a large scale Angular application at Trade Me, New Zealand for a couple of years now. Over the past few years, our team has been refining our application both in terms of coding standards and performance to make it be in its best possible state.

3. ? ?? Understanding MVC Architecture with React


Model-View-Controller (MVC) is a very often used software design pattern for implementing user interfaces. Since I tried to use and understand the structure in my last projects, I decided to take a deeper look into it. This article provides an overview of MVC and it’s use in the React environment.

4. Leaked Salary Spreadsheet Reveals Microsoft Employee Earnings for a Second Year


Over the course of August 2020, more than 300 Microsoft employees shared their salaries, bonuses, and stock awards in a Google spreadsheet to continue their push for fairer compensation.

5. On Modern Hardware the Min-Max Heap beats a Binary Heap


The heap is a data structure that I use all the time and that others somehow use rarely.

6. To be creative, Chinese philosophy teaches us to abandon ‘originality’


When I was 15, one of my closest friends died unexpectedly. Our physics teacher broke the news to me after I’d sat an exam, having wondered all the way through why my friend wasn’t there doing the same.

7. The Major Benefits of Using Typescript


In several recent conversations, whether they were job interviews or informal networking coffees, I keep hearing one technology mentioned: Typescript. More often that not, the person who says it has their eyes light up when they mention it.

9. Django : Class Based Views vs Function Based Views


Django has two types of views; function-based views (FBVs), and class-based views (CBVs). Django originally started out with only FBVs, but then added CBVs as a way to templatize functionality so that you didn’t have to write boilerplate (i.e. the same code) code over and over again.

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Kubernetes Blog Post in Chinese Coding for MMSS

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