markdown guide
 

I’m learning HAProxy now. It’s a load balancer that you can put in front of websites and APIs. I’ve used Nginx for that for a long time, but HAProxy’s configuration feels more intuitive and readable to me. It’s super flexible and learning how to configure it for different situations is helping me learn more about networking in general too.

 

Not much to be fair. I've been messing around on social media. 😳😊

What are you learning? (I see python/js).

Subbed your yt. 5 more to 1k. 👍

 

Learning how to create and edit videos. Wanna try it for some months.

 
 

I'm learning "Asterisk is an open source framework for building communication applications" and using Crystal lang to create a mini call center web app to do and manage customer phone calls

 
 

Cloud (develop and deploy) GCP and deep learning (pytorch)

Classic DEV Post from Apr 21

Planning a Real-World Web Application & Key Considerations(Part 1: Project Management)

This series of posts document a high-level process to use when planning a modern web application, from project organization, collaboration considerations and tooling choices during development, all the way through deployment and performance strategies.

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Just a software engineer trying to make ends meet. My passion for Python and JavaScript is nothing to compare.