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Seven Things to Do Before Asking For Help

Seven Things to Do Before Asking For Help

Asking for help is important, but so is learning how to give problems your best shot beforehand.

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The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week

The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week

A round up of the most-read and most-loved contributions from the community this past week.

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So You Want To Learn Data Science With Python Track !!!

So You Want To Learn Data Science With Python Track !!!

If You Want A Radical Career Change and Find Hacks to Learn Data Science with Python, Expect To Do It All On Your Own. This article is mainly geared towards folks who want to learn more about data science with python on their own.

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Adobe XD now lets you prototype voice apps 

Adobe XD now lets you prototype voice apps 

Adobe XD, the company’s platform for designing and prototyping user interfaces and experiences, is adding support for a different kind of application to its lineup: voice apps. Those could be applications that are purely voice-based — maybe for Alexa or Google Home — or mobile app…

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Finding memory issues in PHP programs

Finding memory issues in PHP programs

Memory-related problems are hard to solve. Let's dive into a few techniques for making the debugging process easier.

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We Need More Female Programmers In Blockchain

We Need More Female Programmers In Blockchain

Whilst jobs in technology and blockchain are poised for ongoing growth and expansion, women presently represent a very small percentage of these roles. How can we build an inclusive workplace and recruit and retain more female programmers?

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Making a Single Page App in ye good olde JS (ES6)

Making a Single Page App in ye good olde JS (ES6)

Guide on creating a basic blog like single page app (SPA) using no frontend frameworks but just plain javascript (ES6). You do not need React. You do not need Vue. All you need is a editor and basic knowledge of modern javascript.

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Creating business value with Data Science — Part 2: A bird’s eye view

Creating business value with Data Science — Part 2: A bird’s eye view

This is the second article in a series about creating business value with data science! Throughout the series, we’ll be going through the…

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Optimistic Offline-First Apps With Vuex – Daily Now – Medium

Optimistic Offline-First Apps With Vuex – Daily Now – Medium

TL;DR — Use Vuex plugins together with LocalForage to easily persist application data in an optimi

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What is artificial intelligence? Defining it in business — a CTO guide

What is artificial intelligence? Defining it in business — a CTO guide

In this guide, 7 CTOs and AI experts provide their view on what is artificial intelligence; and how they define it in the context of business

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Do network pros need to up their DevOps chops?

Do network pros need to up their DevOps chops?

With the advent of programmable networks, network professionals may need training writing code if they want to advance in their careers.

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Learning Algorithms with JS, Python and Java 9: Printing Steps

Learning Algorithms with JS, Python and Java 9: Printing Steps

This series of articles follows Stephen Grider's Udemy course in three differen...

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How to pick the cloud storage service that’s right for you

How to pick the cloud storage service that’s right for you

Some are far better than others

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How Etsy makes Devops work

How Etsy makes Devops work

Etsy, which describes itself as an online “marketplace where people around the world connect to buy and sell unique goods,” is often trotted out as a poster child for Devops. The company latched onto the concepts early and today is reaping the benefits as it scales to keep pace with rapid business growth. Network World Editor in Chief John Dix caught up with Etsy VP of Technical Operations Michael Rembetsy to ask how the company put the ideas to work and what lessons it learned along the way.

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The easiest problem you cannot solve.

The easiest problem you cannot solve.

Given the following code: const K = a => b => a const cat = 'cat' cons...

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The Three Virtues of a GREAT Programmer

The Three Virtues of a GREAT Programmer

I'm for sure not a great programmer, but I find myself 100% convinced that the ...

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A Beginner's Guide to JavaScript's Prototype

A Beginner's Guide to JavaScript's Prototype

You can’t get very far in JavaScript without dealing with objects. They’re foundational to almost every aspect of the JavaScript programming language. In this post you’ll learn about a variety of patterns for instantiating new objects and in doing so, you’ll be gradually led to understanding JavaScript’s prototype in depth.

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A Journey to Better Deployments

A Journey to Better Deployments

Cross posting from Medium, this is a post I wrote for my employers' blog - Spac...

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How To Become A Freelancing Web Developer

How To Become A Freelancing Web Developer

It's more than one way to approach a career in web development.

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Five nightmarish attacks that show the risks of IoT security | ZDNet

Five nightmarish attacks that show the risks of IoT security | ZDNet

The Internet of Things is not going away -- and neither are the attacks that exploit device vulnerabilities. Here are five incidents that illustrate what users and device developers need to do to prevent breaches.

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