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Top 7 Featured DEV Posts from the Past Week

Every Tuesday we round up the previous week's top posts based on traffic, engagement, and a hint of editorial curation. The typical week starts on Monday and ends on Sunday, but don't worry, we take into account posts that are published later in the week.

A Practical Guide To Deploying A Complex, Production Level, Three-Tier Architecture On AWS

Multi-tiered architectures have become the most popular ways of designing and building applications in the cloud.In this guide, @kelvinskell helps you design a very fault-tolerant, highly scalable Flask application on AWS using the three-tier architecture design pattern.

Dockerfile Optimization using Multistage Builds, Caching, and Lightweight Images

Docker holds a premier position due to its ability to build, ship, and run applications in isolated environments called containers. @er_dward illustrates these concepts using a Laravel PHP application with Nginx and Yarn.

Next Level Data Privacy With Easy, Free and Secure Self Hosting at Home

Yes, you read that title correctly. Self hosting made: Easy. Free. Secure. With a machine running at your house, not in the cloud – even if you've never done that before. Start from scratch with @maxime1992.

Some Things I Learnt From Working on Big Frontend Codebases

Until now (May 2023), @noriste had two experiences working on very big front-end (React+TypeScript) codebases: WorkWave RouteManager and the Hasura Console. Here are some issues that pop up in larger codebases that don’t tend to cause as much trouble in smaller ones.

Secret To Optimizing SQL Queries - Understand The SQL Execution Order 🚀

In this article, @kanani_nirav will teach you how SQL queries are executed by the database engine and how we can use this knowledge to optimize our queries for better performance and accuracy.

Networking is Queen! How to DM your way into tech

Going from a career in education to a career in tech in one year is no small feat. A lot of this work will come from the one on one time you spend with others. Get started with networking with these tips from @shavonharrisdev

I think I finally “get” JS Objects

While learning JavaScript, at some point @tigt looked up what “object-oriented” meant. That was a mistake. Here’s how you can get past it and hopefully make JS objects click for you.

That's it for our weekly Top 7 for this Tuesday! Keep an eye on this week for daily content and discussions...and be sure to keep an eye on this series in the future. You might just be in it!

Top comments (4)

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Chris Jarvis

Congratulations to the authors!

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congrats everyone!

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Kanani Nirav

Thank you so much for including my article 😊

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Stefano Magni

Thank you so much for including my article 😍😍😍