Hi all, this is a personal note from me. First off, sorry for not sending out newsletter last week. I had to stay in hospital for a week with my wife for her labor to our new baby. Thanks god both of them are safe now. I did’t have much free time due to new born so some links I don’t put summarize. This issue gonna be short and quick :-). Thank you for being a reader.
Carefully curated content to help you ace your next technical interview. Even if you don’t interview now this is still helpful guide to dust up some CS knowledge.
CPU, also known as the microprocessor is the heart and/or brain of a computer. Lets Deep dive into the core of the computer to help us write computer programs efficiently.
Let’s try and work our way through the oldest problem in computer science, or close to it: cache invalidation and naming things. Starting with the fact that we misnamed it.
This newsletter is generated by YAML si I’m a fan of YAML but YAML is indeed very complicated. Do you know that YAML spec is 23,449 words?
A racing game that runs in TerminalPython
open sports database (e.g. football.db, formula1.db etc.) command line tool and librariesRuby
A Go-Powered Discord Client for the TerminalGo
a friendly HTTP client built for casual Rustaceans and veterans alikeRust
Segment.com library for ElixirElixir
interview between Tim Craig and fellow Googler Gustavo Franco, a site reliability engineer (SRE) in podcast format.
from zero to KUBECONFIG in < 1 min
A frontend of curl to make http request instead of remembering all curl parameters.
Recording Browser Interactions And Generating Test Scripts.
An open Apple AirDrop implementation written in Python
A tool to monitor git repositories and automatically pull & push changes
A stats collection and distributed tracing framework. Read introduction post by google
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