⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 14 Aug, 2020

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1. AWS Tagging Best Practices Guide: Part 1 of 3

If you’ve worked in Amazon Web Services for long, you’ve probably seen or used AWS cost allocation tags to organize your team’s resources. AWS allows you to attach metadata to most resources in the form of key-value pairs called tags.


4. Mistakes I made in code reviews and what I do now

Mistakes

David K. 🎹@davidkpianoJust a reminder that life’s too short to reject someone’s PR just because they did things differently than you would have done.13:04 PM – 31 Jul 2020 180 1172 David K.


5. Top 50 Django Interview Questions and Answers You Need to Know

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Django along with Python is one of the most in-demand skills and surely amongst some of the trickiest ones. So if you want to prepare yourself to perform the best in the upcoming Django interview, here are the top 50 commonly asked Django Interview Questions and Answers. Q1.


6. The Client ID and Secret

The

At this point, you’ve built the application registration screen, you’re ready to let the developer register the application. When the developer registers the application, you’ll need to generate a client ID and optionally a secret.


7. dorking (how to find anything on the Internet)

Inspired by this Twitter exchange with Gumroad CEO Sahil Lavingia, the next few examples will cover Gumroad and Sahil. find every email on a web page that you’re on. The big kahuna – this works for every website. Inject it into a site with Chrome DevTools (more here)


9. Bill Gates on Covid: Most US Tests Are ‘Completely Garbage’

Bill

For 20 years, Bill Gates has been easing out of the roles that made him rich and famous—CEO, chief software architect, and chair of Microsoft—and devoting his brainpower and passion to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, abandoning earnings calls and antitrust hearings for the metrics of dis


10. How I Got My Japanese Permanent Residency

How

In 2018 I applied for and received Permanent Residency in Japan. The process I used is relatively new and unknown so I wanted to document it in case it might come in handy for someone else.


11. Weekly To-do

Kubernetes Blog Post in Chinese Coding for MMSS


12. What problem can defunctionalisation help to solve?

What

Recall that the initial algebra pattern, in a nutshell, is “don’t manipulate things, but instead manipulate descriptions of those things.


13. Tips for the Depressed

Tips

As we all know, unless you can afford a medical concierge and the most expensive insurance and facilities, the for-profit, private-insurance-based health care system in the United States is somewhere between a headache and a nightmare. Inpatient mental health care is no exception.


14. How one hour of slow breathing changed my life

How

The place looked like something out of an old horror film: all paint-chipped walls, dusty windows, and menacing shadows cast by moonlight. I walked through a gate, up a flight of creaking steps, and knocked on the door.


15. What is Investment Research And Why Does It Need to Be Better?

What

Investment research is defined as the “work done to study the performance” of stocks, mutual funds, and other assets to produce “a guide to what investments to make,” according to the Financial Times.


16. How to Instantly Share Your Blogposts Across the Web

How

Just recently, I started writing in public. First on ‘200 Words a Day’ (now called Cowriters); a digital community of people trying to keep up “writing at least 200 words per day”, every day. After that, I started writing on Medium, which is a blogging platform.


17. 3 Guiding Principles for Building New SaaS Products on AWS

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I won’t start this article saying there is “one true-way” for building SaaS on cloud providers, specifically AWS. I will confidently say that there are many wrong ways.


20. How Police Secretly Took Over a Global Phone Network for Organized Crime

How

Something wasn’t right. Starting earlier this year, police kept arresting associates of Mark, a UK-based alleged drug dealer. Mark took the security of his operation seriously, with the gang using code names to discuss business on custom, encrypted phones made by a company called Encrochat.


21. This is what I did to ace the Toptal interview

This

A few years ago, I wrote an article on how I got into the most exclusive remote work platforms and it got a fair amount of attention. Since then, I’ve answered the same question all over the years: “How can I get into Toptal?”.


22. What to Consider Before Accepting a Job Offer

What

When you’re considering a job offer, there’s more to think about than just how much you are going to be paid. Salary is, of course, important, and it could be the deciding factor in accepting a job offer. However, the other parts of a compensation package are almost as important.


23. How to negotiate a job offer to get what you are looking for – SEEK Career Advice

No matter how badly you want a job, they are rarely offered to us completely on our ideal terms. Following a successful interview, a job offer may be up your prospective employers sleeve, so what do you do when the package is not exactly what you expected?


24. Our Experts Answer Questions About the Job Market & COVID-19

Our

The number of people dealing with job loss has skyrocketed in 2020 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. With so many people needing unemployment benefits or trying to deal with pay cuts, we’re focusing our efforts on answering these timely questions.


25. Guide to Claiming Unemployment Benefits

Guide

Unemployment insurance provides workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own with monetary payments for a specific period of time or until they find new jobs. Benefits are provided by state unemployment insurance programs within guidelines established by federal law.


26. Virtual Networking Tips for Remote Professionals

Virtual

When you work in an office or other on-site workplace, networking is simple. As you gather in the break room, attend meetings, or ride the elevator, you’re naturally forming connections and relationships with your coworkers.


27. Tips for Asking for Time to Consider a Job Offer

Tips

You’ve successfully interviewed, you’ve wowed the hiring manager, and you have an offer for a new job. It sounds wonderful to be able to have the opportunity to start the next phase of your career, and it is terrific that you were the candidate who was selected.


28. 10 Tips for Side Project Marketing

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Most of my developer friends are building great software products but they have no idea how to let people know about their shiny side projects. I also always was afraid about marketing but then after learning more and getting some results, it starts to be interesting.


29. Shuteye and sleep hygiene: the truth about why you keep waking up at 3am

Shuteye

You land in your body with a start, or else it slowly comes into groggy focus: either way it’s night-time, but you are now awake. Why? Alice Gregory, a psychology professor at Goldsmiths, University of London and the author of Nodding Off, says it’s quite normal to wake up during the night.


30. Jane Manchun Wong

Twitter Web App now runs ES6+ for modern browsers*, reducing the polyfill bundle size by 83% (gzipped size went from 16.6 KB down to 2.7 KB!!) * Chrome 79+, Safari 14+, Firefox 68+


32. New England’s trees capturing more carbon, says 25-year study

New

The volume of data brought together for the analysis — by two dozen scientists from 11 institutions — is unprecedented, as is the consistency of the results.


33. SoftBank Will Let People Invest in IPOs With Less Than $10

SoftBank

SoftBank Corp.’s brokerage unit plans to do something that may be a first in capital markets. It will allow individuals in Japan to participate in initial public offerings with as little as a 1,000-yen note (worth a bit less than a 10-dollar bill). One Tap BUY Co.


34. The Art of Not Thinking

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After years of feeling guilty about not wanting to do everything, I realized I don’t need motivation to get things done. Below, I describe how I use the concept of not thinking instead. It took me five years to get in the habit of exercising. I just didn’t want to do it.



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