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Getting Started with Kubernetes

Kubernetes is a highly popular open-source container management system. The goal of the Kubernetes project is to make management of containers across multiple nodes as simple as managing containers on a single system. To accomplish this, it offers quite a few unique features such as Traffic Load Balancing, Self-Healing (automatic restarts), Scheduling, Scaling, and Rolling Updates. In today’s article, we’ll ...

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To learn, you must ship your code

When working on a project, the temptation is strong to make everything perfect before showing it to the world, or even just to your co-workers. You know each and every line of code you wrote, but you have a long list of bugs to fix and don’t want to expose your work until you’re completed everything that was on your ...

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The Best Web Programming Languages to Learn

The web has been around for many years now, but the real advancements and innovation from it are being seen this last decade. Everything just seems to have gotten better and more productive as both programmers and technology put efforts into creating some fundamental standards everyone would follow to work on the web. In this article, we inspect the most ...

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Unobtrusive JavaScript via AJAX in Rails

For now, the main way to add dynamic content to a webpage is with JavaScript. Ideally, we want to update a site’s contents from the server without reloading the page. Let’s take a look at how we can accomplish this with AJAX in Rails. Now, many of the brief AJAX examples I’ve come across show variations of retrieving collections of data ...

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RequireJS shim example

Table Of Contents 1. RequireJS 2. Shim 3. Example non AMD 4. Download 5. Links 1. RequireJS RequireJS is an AMD JavaScript library that supports asynchronous file and module loading. It is optimized for web browser usage but it is also possible to use it in Java or Node environments. It is compatible with all main browsers and quite intuitive ...

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Blind Date with AngularJS

Are you starting to work on a new application that is using AngularJS? You have heard of it before and would like to know more about it? And have no idea where to start? You are in luck! Continue reading this blog and start learning this hot thing called Angular! AngularJS is a JavaScript MVC framework that has some compelling ...

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Updating your outdated knowledge by moving to a new web stack

After a few years working with the same framework and language, you have stopped learning new ones. Life got in the way of learning and you let the habit die down, since the knowledge you have is enough to do your job well. But now, you’re finding yourself worried about your skills and job prospects: your web stack is outdated ...

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Best way to learn Python

In this article, we’ll talk about the most efficient way to learn Python. Of course, this article will be really subjective, as it is only based on my personal experience. I’ve started learning Python from it’s 3.4 version. I’ve never actually worked with previous versions, although I coded a little bit just to satisfy my curiosity. Still, the difficulty of ...

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Why Your Employees Should Be Contributing to Open Source

Many employers are leery of permitting open-source contributions during office hours. How would contributing to external open-source projects benefit them and their customers? Only a few companies have active open-source committers on their teams, so for a lot of developers, open source has to happen after the day job. But hacking until deep in the night, after a full day ...

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