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⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 05 Feb, 2021

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1. How to hire senior developers: Give them more autonomy

Let me ask you a question: How much value do you think your source code has? To answer this question, let me take you a few years back, when I worked with a small high tech startup.

2. A better way to build ML: Why you should be using Active Learning

Data labelling is often the biggest bottleneck in machine learning — finding, managing and labelling vast quantities of data to build a sufficiently performing model can take weeks or months. Active learning lets you train machine learning models with much less labelled data.

3. Introduction


An open-source implementation of an AirPlay mirroring server for the Raspberry Pi. The goal is to make it run smoothly even on a Raspberry Pi Zero. Screen mirroring and audio works for iOS 9 or newer. Recent macOS versions also seem to be compatible.

4. Raspberry Pi As Chromecast Alternative (Raspicast)


In this Instructables, I will show you how to use raspberry pi 3 as Chromecast alternative. It is also worth mentioning that this is not a direct clone to Chromecast and that there are limitations.

5. Welcome to DZone

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6. How the Brain Responds to Beauty


Pursued by poets and artists alike, beauty is ever elusive. We seek it in nature, art and philosophy but also in our phones and furniture. We value it beyond reason, look to surround ourselves with it and will even lose ourselves in pursuit of it.

7. Help users in Iran reconnect to Signal


Just over a week ago, we announced that Iranian censors had started blocking all Signal traffic in the country.

8. 6 Quick tips to help you earn PAI


Anyone who lives a busy life can attest that allotting time for long workouts isn’t always possible. Now with PAI, you can get feedback on your exercise to help you live a longer and healthier life. These tips will help you earn more PAI in less time and add efficiency to your routine.

9. Using HTTPClient Best Practices and Anti-Patterns


In today’s article, I shall talk about a few best practices around how to use HttpClient instances in the .NET /.NET Core ecosystem. HttpClient is a very important class in the .NET/.NET Core ecosystem. HttpClient is designed as a shared instance which is also a thread-safe if used properly.

11. Adding Serilog to the ASP.NET Core Generic Host


ASP.NET Core 2.1 introduced the ASP.NET Core Generic Host for non-HTTP scenarios. In standard HTTP ASP.NET Core applications, you configure your app using the WebHostBuilder in ASP.NET Core, but for non-HTTP scenarios (e.g. messaging apps, background tasks) you use the generic HostBuilder.

12. AMD vs Nvidia: Are Linux Gamers Switching Yet?


Being part of the 1% market share, Linux users tend to be somewhat isolated. It makes it more difficult for all of us to actually get a good understanding of the dynamics at play in the market of hardware support and distributions.

13. The Good and the Bad of .NET Framework Programming


.NET is a software development framework and ecosystem designed and supported by Microsoft to allow for easy desktop and web application engineering.

14. Weekly To-do

Kubernetes Blog Post in Chinese Coding for MMSS

15. Tutorial: Create a web API with ASP.NET Core


This tutorial teaches the basics of building a web API with ASP.NET Core. At the end, you have a web API that can manage “to-do” items stored in a database.

16. Why I’m losing faith in UX


For many years I believed in UX. The so-called “user experience” of a website, app, or other digital product could spell the difference between success and failure.

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