On my first dev job around a decade ago, I worked as an agile team member. Ever since every project I worked on used some variant of scrum framework like agile, broken agile, pseudo agile, etc. There is a new kid in the block called shape up which also talks about executing projects with a team. Here are some differences and similarities between scrum and shape-up.
As a passionate reader, I find myself describing the book in brief passionately to my friends. I went on to give multiple book talks in the library. In this post, I put a checklist on the steps to prepare and deliver wonderful book talks at library/community events or on Youtube.
The journey of a million miles starts with a single step similarly, the journey to cloud computing for a developer starts with the course on Google cloud platform fundamentals. Here is a quick recap of the good parts and the learning from the course.
Kindle is an ebook reading device with a browser and other capabilities. The kindle differs from tablets in one thing, i.e. the screen of the kindle is easy on your eyes so you can read for long hours without straining your eyes.
You can download books to kindle and they are available offline. The download happens through 2 modes.
Through wifi, direct download to kindle
Through USB transfer, the book can be downloaded from the amazon site and sideloaded.
Amazon has its ebook format (AWZ3) in which the book gets downloaded to the device and is locked with DRM.
I use windows 10 on a day to day basis. My colleagues and friends use windows too. The problem starts when the GUI disappears and we just have
SSH access to the production boxes. On a production machine, running one wrong Unix/Linux command could risk your job. Here I am compiling the must know Unix/Linux commands keeping in mind the deployment and operations related tasks.
How does anyone know if their customer got any JS errors/application crashes? How does the operations team know about the crash before the customer screams on email/social media? Finding an answer to this question led to the building of my first
Here in this blog post I discuss the Top 9 & 10 of the common security vulnerabilities in a Q&A format.
Hi, no bonus points for guessing that I intend to write an e-book. I took a course to gain skills in ebook formatting. Here is the summary of the course in Q&A format.
Version being discussed here – Lighthouse 6.2.0
Lighthouse is an automation tool to audit the quality of web pages.
Lighthouse can help you monitor a bunch of metrics on mobile & desktop-like
- Best practices
- PWA etc
Lighthouse is to be baked into the tooling pipeline so that your app quality is monitored on a regular basis.
There are 2 variants of Lighthouse. One is the web version & other is the nodeJS version which we can use to conveniently integrate to the tooling.
Purpose - Audit web pages in the tooling stage
Input - The web page
Output - Report in JSON
Configuration - Configurable in terms of what parameters to measure
Extensible - with plugins
Analysing output - can be ingested to program through JSON or human-readable with lighthouse viewer.
Programming language - NodeJS & GUI in the browser