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re: What was your win this week?
very curious why the one on Azure was failing
re: What was your win this week?
wow! really? This was my first language I was learning 10 y...
re: Is 20-20-20 👁️ or Pomodoro 🍅 not working for you? Try this.
I am also drinking a lot during the work day and I think it...
re: Do we need standup?
I really think we waste a lot of time on meetings. Or mayb...
re: The power of VS Code
Excellent mr Rafał. I was looking for something like this f...
re: 10 free-but-professional tools for your dev projects
Very nice comparison! Thanks so much! I personally make ext...
re: One year home office, things I have learned
Very good post. As I am working from home too, I can relate...
re: One year home office, things I have learned
Ask the one that is not doing that to treat you as an excep...
re: Sharing your Python code
And it finally happened! My pinmix is available at pypi, yo...
re: Interview with a NLP engineer - Navneet Nandan
I also believe there is a huge gap in the recruitment proce...
re: Introducing reactjs-popup 🎉 —  Modals, Tooltips, and Menus —  All in one
What do you mean?
re: My girl in IT
Thank you for your idea. I think it is important to teach s...
re: My girl in IT
This is the classic example I was thinking about. But don't...
re: My girl in IT
Drawing is nice. Visual stories about data are very importa...
re: My girl in IT
I believe there are differences so I would like to utilize ...
re: My girl in IT
Great! What basic topics you think I should present and giv...
re: My girl in IT
I do not think I am setting any limits on her. There are lo...
re: Welcome Thread - v16
Hello
re: What do you think of the future of Java?
That is true in my opinion, there is a lot of stuff already...
re: The key to teaching
Totally agree: to be a teacher does not necessarily mean yo...
re: What little things make you happy while coding?
what do you mean saying "Gering" ?
re: Awk - A useful little language
Wow, pandas in Bash ! Does it support cluster computing? ;)
re: 5 reasons why Git based resume is awesome
I did something similar while looking for jobthe last time....
re: Anybody know of a good "recommendation engine" API?
If docs were stored in (or could be indexed to) Elastic,the...
re: Elasticsearch(ES) and the hardships
In our team we have ELK stack running on for 2 years now an...
re: New Devs, Your Resume Sucks
That's true. You are never to underestimate power of a port...
re: Do we still need recruitment agencies?
I guess you're totally right about who should lead the recr...
re: Learning Chinese with Python
谢谢!
re: Python and Jupyter Notebooks
I like the portability of Jupiter too. I use it to 1) write...
re: Why My Development Environment is the Best
Good post. I agree automatization is crucial. If you were r...
re: Do you use Docker or Virtualenv for Python?
I use docker on daily basis and the great advantage I can s...
re: I am a mediocre developer
I am mediocre developer with 5 yrs experience and I am prou...
re: Building a Twitter bot with Python, AWS, and art
Great job. You make great use of AWS capabilities, and Pyth...
re: Finding my new favorite song on Spotify
Super dooper nice! I like Pandas, too, and the ease it give...
re: What tools do you use for monitoring?
We're using ELK with variety of Filebeats connected. It's p...
re: What is Serverless?
I would mention lack of readonly access to real infrastruct...
re: Where do you keep your code?
I always have issues with that!! I don't know if directory ...
re: TensorFlow to filter PDF files
I think its great with stripping data from pdf first. I was...
re: 怎么利用闲暇时间
根家庭一起
re: Organizing your life using Github
Good job. What about branching strategy? :)
re: Organizing your life using Github
Me too, have you ever used Trello hooks to make it IoT and ...
re: Spidering the WEB
Very good thoughts and interesting topic. It would fair, th...
re: You need a passion project!
And make it searchable by Elastic
re: The Best Way To Learn AWS Is To Start Using It
I agree fully. Just start doing project is my remedy to sta...
re: Simple Face Recognizing System using python and openCV
Does this work without the internet connection?
re: Generating mock data using Mimesis: Part I
So cool! When I will pip this library into my PC, where doe...
re: Build a simple python web crawler
Great, scraping is so great with python. Have you ever bee...
re: Million-Dollar Ideas Don't Just Invent Themselves
If inventing is connected with talking to people, whom to t...
re: Serverless Backends With AWS Cloud: Twitter and Email Campaigns
Why to use Java if we have python? :) sincerely, Past-Jav...
re: Sending daily live data to your phone automatically
Hello! Great job, I really like the idea of using PushBulle...
re: Explain elasticsearch - pros and cons
It depends on what do you want to store there.. If the data...
re: Choosing a centralized logging and monitoring system
Just wanted to tell you're touching very interesting and im...
re: Why you should work remotely
As long as tests are passing, you're doing the good thing
re: Why you should work remotely
I totally agree, it's about result orientation. When it co...
re: What do your typical after-work hours look like?
side projects! github is full of them
re: Opinions on truthiness across languages
I mean that it's more clear when we explicitly say: I am re...
re: Opinions on truthiness across languages
For me - but it's only an opinion - the very true is that o...
re: Finding Ideas for Programming Side Projects
Yes. Automating is good. Making thing more searchable is ...
re: Automation is not DevOps
Good point with the communication. I am afraid it is not o...
re: What do you use for full-text search these days?
Elasticsearch! Focuses on it and does it perfectly! It's so...
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