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⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 21 Aug, 2020

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1. Seven Essential Things You Need to Know to Publish on the AWS Marketplace


AWS Marketplace is an online store for software vendors to sell their software product bundles to AWS customers. The AWS Marketplace currently features over 2,500 commercial products and over 65,000 community Amazon Machine Instances (AMI).

2. Amazon Athena – Interactive SQL Queries for Data in Amazon S3


The amount of data that we all have to deal with grows every day (I still keep a floppy disk or two around in order to remind myself that 1.44 MB once seemed like a lot of storage). These days, many people routinely process and query data in structured or semi-structured files at petabyte scale.

3. Status as a Service (StaaS) — Remains of the Day


Editor’s Note 1: I have no editor. Editor’s Note 2: I would like to assure new subscribers to this blog that most my posts are not as long as this one. Or as long as my previous one.

5. Serverless Architectures


Serverless architectures are application designs that incorporate third-party “Backend as a Service” (BaaS) services, and/or that include custom code run in managed, ephemeral containers on a “Functions as a Service” (FaaS) platform.

6. I failed an interview because of an algorithm


Hello, devs. For the last couple of weeks, I’ve been participating in a hiring process for a big company. Was a very nice experience and it gave me a lot of insights about hiring, code challenges, and how (possibly) to become more prepared for interviews.

7. 7 Steps to Building A $5,000 Per Month Side Project


Passive income. The four hour work week. The dream. As a millennial there are few things that rank as desirable as finding a recurring source of income that doesn’t take much work (or a boss).

8. The Ultimate Guide for Working with Side Projects


Over the last ten years or so, I’ve made a habit of maintaining at least one side project at any given moment. I’ve listed these reasons in order of importance to me. Personally, most of the times my primary goal was to learn something new, but this can be different for you.

9. 12 Things I Learned from Chris Dixon about Startups


Anyone thinking about starting a business should be searching for mispriced opportunities.  While markets are mostly efficient in eliminating opportunities for extraordinary profit, there are always areas of an economy in which there are significant uncertainty.

10. Startup Playbook


We spend a lot of time advising startups. Though one-on-one advice will always be crucial, we thought it might help us scale Y Combinator if we could distill the most generalizable parts of this advice into a sort of playbook we could give YC and YC Fellowship companies.

11. JavaScript Basics: How to create a Dictionary with Key/Value pairs

In statically typed programming languages a Dictionary (Key/Value pair collection) object can be very useful at times. While JavaScript doesn’t natively include a type called “Dictionary”, it does contain a very flexible type called “Object”.

12. Weekly To-do

Kubernetes Blog Post in Chinese Coding for MMSS

14. Django Async: What’s new and what’s next?

Starting with Django 3.1, the latest version that dropped a couple of weeks ago, Django now supports fully asynchronous request path.

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


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.

17. What the hell is a Deno?


Node.js has been reigning high in the javascript world for the past 8 years. But now there is a new contender on the block.

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