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Does Questioning Amoris Laetitia Make You a Protestant?
“Conservative” Catholics sometimes object to the traditionalist criticisms of Amoris Laetitia by claiming that Catholics critical of the document are in fact exercising their private judgment against the Magisterium just as the Protestant revolutionaries did, with the only difference being that
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De Mattei: A Response to Edward Peters on the Buenos Aires Letter & Authentic Magisterium - OnePeterFive
(Image source: screengrab) Professor Edward Peters is a scholar of secure orthodoxy who wants to contain the damage of the Post-Synodal Exhortation Amoris laetitia by relying on the defense of canon law, in particular Canon 915 of the new Code of Canon Law, which says: “Those who have been excomm
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Sawing off the branch on which he sits: Experts question Francis attack on popes over death penalty | News | LifeSite
ROME, December 17, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) — Pope Francis has incited further controversy in a recent address expounding on his reasons for changing the Catechism of the Catholic Church on the death penalty.
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ongoing by Tim Bray · SF-4: Serverless Latency?
Sup­pose we like the idea of go­ing server­less (we do). What should we wor­ry about when we make that bet? What I hear when I talk to peo­ple think­ing about it, most­ly, is la­ten­cy.
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Have a Creepy Little Christmas with These Unsettling Victorian Cards
Anthropomorphic cats, murderous frogs, and insects dancing by the moonlight aren’t exactly part of our Christmas card tradition today. Anthropomorphic cats, murderous frogs, and insects dancing by the moonlight aren’t exactly part of our Christmas card tradition today.
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2 days ago by pfhawkins
Ted's ComParadigm in OneLiners
Ted Nelson's Computer Paradigm,Expressed as One-Liners Transcopyright 1999 Ted Nelson. Please quote on the Web only by using transquotation strings (TQstrings), which will soon be available for this page. I believe the original dream is still possible for everyone. But not with today's systems.
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3 days ago by pfhawkins
Kids of gay parents fare worse, study finds, but research draws fire from experts - CBS News
(CBS News) A new study that finds children of a gay or lesbian parent may be more likely to have social and emotional problems has sparked controversy on both sides of the same-sex marriage debate.
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3 days ago by pfhawkins
Benedictines, Internet, and Social Media: A Letter to Our Oblates | Vultus Christi
I have for some time wanted to address something to you concerning a Benedictine oblate’s appropriate use of the internet and the social media. The use of the internet and of the social media is as much a part of life today as was the art of letter writing in past ages.
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4 days ago by pfhawkins
Opus Dei’s Role in the Viganò Affair | AKA Catholic
This is the fourth and concluding installment of my series on Archbishop John C.
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It's Magit! A visual walk-through
Magit is an interface to the version control system Git, implemented as an Emacs package. Magit aspires to be a complete Git porcelain.
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Spacemacs - Using Magit With Github | jr0cket
By adding the git layer to Spacemacs you have the fully featured git client called magit. The github layer allows you to clone repositories from Github and to create, list, update and delete gists
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4 days ago by pfhawkins
5 Bulls**t Reasons Not to Use a Static Generator | Netlify
Often, when you read lists about reasons to use a static website generator, they are followed by a list of reasons why you shouldn’t. Other times, when you are researching static vs.
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4 days ago by pfhawkins
Creating My First Chrome Extension ◆ 24 ways
Writing a Chrome Extension isn’t as scary at it seems! Not too long ago, I used a Chrome extension called 20 Cubed. I’m far-sighted, and being a software engineer makes it difficult to maintain distance vision. So I used 20 Cubed to remind myself to look away from my screen and rest my eyes.
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Our learnings from adopting GraphQL – Netflix TechBlog – Medium
In an earlier blog post, we provided a high-level overview of some of the applications in the Marketing Technology team that we build to enable scale and intelligence in driving our global advertising, which reaches users on sites like The New York Times, Youtube, and thousands of others.
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4 days ago by pfhawkins
#8cf22a hex color
In a RGB color space, hex #8cf22a is composed of 54.9% red, 94.9% green and 16.5% blue. Whereas in a CMYK color space, it is composed of 42.1% cyan, 0% magenta, 82.6% yellow and 5.1% black. It has a hue angle of 90.6 degrees, a saturation of 88.5% and a lightness of 55.7%.
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Laura Kalbag – Processing Responsive Images with Hugo
Over the last few months, I’d become embarrassed to share my blog posts, particularly image-heavy posts, as I was handling responsive images so badly. The images were all huge and it was my only big barrier in web performance (no tracking here!).
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Load time, static site generators & SEO: How we lowered our own site's load time by 74% - Search Engine Land
Google has raised the bar on site load times consistently over the last decade, and the upcoming transition to mobile-first indexing, combined with its rising expectations of mobile site performance, should be a clear warning sign to site owners.
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Bobby Dunbar mystery solved? DNA test puts 100 year-old mystery to rest - History 101
Parents make mistakes. However, some parenting blunders make people cringe more than others. Falling into that category: Not being able to identify your own offspring. In 1912 a scandal spread across America.
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5 days ago by pfhawkins
What Does Data Science Mean For You? — Postlight — Digital product studio
Regardless of the industry you’re in, if your company is growing, it’s almost guaranteed that someone will ask you what you’re planning to do with data science. It could be your investors and shareholders.
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5 days ago by pfhawkins
nomadgate.com
Over the last few years, I've seen more and more blogs move over completely or partially to Medium. And while a few years ago that might have seemed like a good idea, that's definitely not the case anymore. Particularly for evergreen content.
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New to Data School? Start here.
This page provides a categorized guide to Data School's blog posts, videos, courses, Jupyter notebooks, and webcast recordings. Featured content is highlighted in yellow.
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Australia's Encryption-Busting Law Could Impact Global Privacy | WIRED
Australia's parliament passed controversial legislation on Thursday that will allow the country's intelligence and law enforcement agencies to demand access to end-to-end encrypted digital communications.
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Evelyn Berezin, 93, Dies; Built the First True Word Processor - The New York Times
Evelyn Berezin, a computer pioneer who emancipated many a frazzled secretary from the shackles of the typewriter nearly a half-century ago by building and marketing the first computerized word processor, died on Saturday in Manhattan. She was 93.
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Controlling the Docker Engine in Go – Tarka Labs Blog – Medium
Today most of the production systems run on containers. And most of the containerization is done through docker. Docker solves one of the biggest problem we face in software development: We use the docker command to talk to the docker daemon running in our host machine.
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A Dive Into the `fmt` Package GopherAcademy
We usually use the fmt package without giving it much thought. A fmt.Printf here, a fmt.Sprintf there and on we go. However, if you’ll take a closer look, you’ll be able to get much more out of it.
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Having the best mattress, suitcase, and vitamins nearly broke me - Vox
My name is Rebecca Jennings. I am 26 years old, and I live in Brooklyn, New York. Every morning, I wake up on a Casper mattress covered with Brooklinen bedding. I brush my teeth with a Quip toothbrush, then floss with Cocofloss.
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Dockerise a Go Service | XITONIX
Containers and specifically Docker containers have been playing a very significant role in development and operations arena for quite a while.
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String interning in Go - Artem Krylysov
String interning is a technique of storing only one copy of each unique string in memory. It can significantly reduce memory usage for applications that store many duplicated strings. The built-in string is represented internally as a structure containing two fields.
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Project retrospectives are a great way of coming together as a team to review the progress of a project and work out how to improve.
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6 days ago by pfhawkins
Stepping Back from the Edge | Adrian Roselli
By now it is old news, in Internet time, that Microsoft Edge will replace its rendering engine with Chromium. Nearly six years ago I wrote about Opera dumping Presto to move to Chromium. The landscape is slightly different now.
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7 days ago by pfhawkins
Google’s AMP HTML | Adrian Roselli
For many, reading on the mobile web is a slow, clunky and frustrating experience – but it doesn’t have to be that way.
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7 days ago by pfhawkins
Declaration in Defense of the Catholic Doctrine on the Church Against Certain Errors of the Present Day
The mystery of the Church, upon which the Second Vatican Council shed fresh light, has been repeatedly dealt with in numerous writings of theologians.
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‘Children Change Everything’: Prioritizing Family Worship - OnePeterFive
Children change everything. This is a truth we ponder many times in our lives.
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10 Best Tools To Start Selling From A JAMstack Website - TakeShape, a Headless GraphQL CMS
Why should you build your commerce experience on the JAMstack? ?. If you need to charge credit cards, you’ll want to use a payment gateway service like Stripe.
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7 days ago by pfhawkins
Sayings of the Desert Fathers - The Patristics Project
The Desert Fathers were early Christian hermits, ascetics, and monks who lived mainly in the Scetes desert of Egypt beginning around the third century AD.
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8 days ago by pfhawkins
To Come Up with a Good Idea, Start by Imagining the Worst Idea Possible
There are many creative tools a designer uses to think differently, but none is more counter-intuitive than “wrong thinking,” also called reverse thinking.
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8 days ago by pfhawkins
try.airtable.com
Get up and running with this live class for beginners! We'll walk through Airtable fundamentals and show how Airtable can be used to manage projects.
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8 days ago by pfhawkins
Airtable – A Useful Way to Manage Your Burgeoning Liquor Collection
You’ve got neat glasses (even a NEAT glass), ice molds, boxes, bottle tags, maybe some tickets from your favorite distillery tours and pictures to go with them. A corner of the house is filled with whiskey bottles and all the accouterment that go with them.
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8 days ago by pfhawkins
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Over 10 years ago I woke up one day and I decided to change my job title from Information Architect to User Experience Designer. I remember many Usability Specialists, Information Architects, Interface Designers, and Interaction Designers were telling me it is a fad back then.
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8 days ago by pfhawkins
Drupal Admin UX Study: What We Can Learn from Contentful, Craft CMS, Squarespace, and WordPress | Evolving Web Blog
There is exciting work being done in the Drupal community to improve the Admin UI, including the JavaScript Modernization Initiative and an overhaul of the look and feel of the Seven theme.
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From Laid-Off to Industry Trailblazer with $16MM in Gross Revenue - Indie Hackers
Hello, my name is Kean and I am the Founder and CEO of MonetizeMore. I started MonetizeMore in 2010 with the goal of building a bootstrapped business that would dramatically increase ad revenues for publishers.
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11 days ago by pfhawkins
Bridging the Gap Between CSS and JavaScript: CSS Modules, PostCSS and the Future of CSS | CSS-Tricks
In the previous post in this two-part series, we explored the CSS-in-JS landscape and, we realized not only that CSS-in-JS can produce critical styles, but also that some libraries don’t even have a runtime.
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11 days ago by pfhawkins
Bridging the Gap Between CSS and JavaScript: CSS-in-JS | CSS-Tricks
In this article, we’re going to dig into the concept of CSS-in-JS. If you’re already acquainted with this concept, you might still enjoy a stroll through the philosophy of that approach, and you might be even more interested in the next article. Web development is very interdisciplinary.
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11 days ago by pfhawkins
Escaping the 9-to-5 Grind to Create a $3 Million Business with Joel Hooks of egghead.io - The Indie Hackers Podcast
Joel Hooks (@jhooks) never found it easy to spend his life working for other people. So when he came across an inspirational book that told him he could learn to code and build his own company, he embarked on a fateful journey to do just that.
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11 days ago by pfhawkins
Medieval England and France - The British Library
This curated selection explores medieval manuscripts that were digitised as part of The Polonsky Foundation England and France Project: Manuscripts from the British Library and the Bibliothèque nationale de France, 700-1200.
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11 days ago by pfhawkins
WordPress and the new Gutenberg editor - Studio 24
The quick TL;DR version: Studio 24 has already researched the impact of using Gutenberg and plans to re-test the software in early 2019. At present we recommend not using Gutenberg and sticking to the Classic Editor. We plan to publish updated recommendations in Feb 2019.
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12 days ago by pfhawkins
Hiring: User Experience (UX) Researcher | Forestry.io
User-centric, CMS-loving, product geek.  Your role is to assist our product team and help us build the best CMS on the planet.  You want to understand how our users think, what their problems are and how to build an amazing product.
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12 days ago by pfhawkins
Your Guide to Becoming a Freelance Web Designer
Your Guide to Becoming a Freelance Web Designer provides an honest look at the ins and outs of starting your own freelance design business. You’ll learn the pros and cons of starting your own business, the responsibilities involved and the pitfalls of working on your own.
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12 days ago by pfhawkins
Rise of the Content Mesh: Webcast with Contentful and Gatsby | Gatsby Inc.
Creating compelling web experiences has become crucial in building loyal customers but you can’t get fresh, novel, and engaging websites without up-to-date content and development architectures. Enter the Content Mesh.
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12 days ago by pfhawkins
Salary Negotiation: Make More Money, Be More Valued | Kalzumeus Software
Imagine something a wee bit outside your comfort zone.  Nothing scandalous: just something you don’t do often, don’t particularly enjoy, and slightly more challenging than “totally trivial.”  Maybe reciting poetry while simultaneously standing on one foot.
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Edge AI in a Smarter Chick-fil-A – Chick-fil-A Tech Blog – Medium
At Chick-fil-A, we are working to build a smarter restaurant. We want to connect, analyze and automate our restaurants as much as possible to help our business scale, increase our restaurant capacity, and make the lives of our restaurant Operators and their employees easier.
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Emmanuel Community - Wikipedia
The Emmanuel Community is a Catholic association of the faithful, of Pontifical right, founded in 1976 by Pierre Goursat and Martine Lafitte-Catta, starting from a prayer group, belonging to the Catholic Charismatic Renewal.
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Delivering Modern Website Experiences: The Journey to a Content Mesh | GatsbyJS
The CMS was born to make content sites possible. Now, it’s being reimagined to make them incredible. In the early 2000s, publishing on the web was difficult. The CMS emerged as a single application to store content, build sites, and deliver them to users.
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Should I Use JavaScript to Load My Web Fonts? | Filament Group, Inc., Boston, MA
When they were first introduced, web fonts were primarily a CSS feature, and for many web developers they’ve always loaded them using CSS (and nothing more).
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13 days ago by pfhawkins
Font-display playground
This is a small explainer that I built for a talk on web fonts and performance. Before we talk about what font-display is, let's talk about the lifetime of a web font.
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13 days ago by pfhawkins
Inlining critical CSS for better web performance | Go Make Things
Last summer, I tried to implement some performance tweaks to my site that I hoped would push it below the 500ms mark (just half a second) for displaying content to visitors. I failed miserably.
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13 days ago by pfhawkins
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Like most people I use a variety of tools to manage the tasks between work and life. The issue is that these tools are fragmented and new responsibilities can come from a variety of sources such as email, Slack, or simple conversation.
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13 days ago by pfhawkins
Build and Deploy a Serverless Function to Netlify ― Scotch.io
Recently, Netlify has become one of the most popular hosts in Web Development. Netlify offers an incredible variety of features like serverless (lambda) functions, free https certs, and more!
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13 days ago by pfhawkins
Kiss My Classname: A Counterpoint – John Polacek – Medium
I am a Zeldman fan. I admire him. I think he is a person who is smart, accomplished, and also nice. Check out his podcast. It’s great! I was disappointed to read Kiss My Classname, his take on Atomic CSS (aka Functional CSS, aka Utility CSS, aka non-semantic classnames).
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13 days ago by pfhawkins
“Cooking with Design Systems,” an article by Dan Mall
Prolific designer Milton Glaser said, “I move things around until they look right,” Because that’s most of what I do in Photoshop and Sketch, I need a way to do that in code. First, I need to make the “things” that need to be moved around.
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13 days ago by pfhawkins
About HTML semantics and front-end architecture – Nicolas Gallagher
A collection of thoughts, experiences, ideas that I like, and ideas that I have been experimenting with over the last year. It covers HTML semantics, components and approaches to front-end architecture, class naming patterns, and HTTP compression.
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13 days ago by pfhawkins
How to Build an Ecommerce Static Site with Jekyll, Contentful, and Commerce Layer
There are plenty of guides out there showing how to use static site generators (SSGs) for basic ecommerce stores — with most of them using Snipcart to add shopping cart functionalities to a simple product catalog.
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13 days ago by pfhawkins
How I Migrated From WordPress to a Static Site ― Scotch.io
I've just recently done a complete redesign and rewrite of my course platform site Learn Build Teach. Originally, I created it using WordPress along with a Divi, a very popular theme that includes a visual builder.
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Miracles of Lourdes: Pieter de Rudder
In 1875, on the verge of a forest belonging to the Viscount du Eus de Gisignies, there lived, at Jabbeke, an unfortunate field labourer who excited the pity of the whole neighbourhood. He inhabited a humble cottage with his wife and two children, a little boy of three and a girl of fifteen.
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zsh - How can I make tmux use my default shell? - Super User
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Nationalists Are Burning Federal Buildings and Degenerate Art Museums in France
This post was written on Sunday, Dec. 2. and contains important on-the-ground details not available in the mainstream media. It’s been a busy day for news in France. To really understand what is happening right now, you have to understand the events that preceded it.
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What Does “Visualization Literacy” Mean, Anyway? – Multiple Views: Visualization Research Explained – Medium
tl;dr: We keep using the word “literacy” to guide us in how we design and evaluate visualizations. I don’t think that’s always a helpful word for us, since it carves out our audience into the…
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Actuating Schism Part V: The Hammer Drop
You can see all the previous parts to this series by clicking here. So finally we are here, the last post in this series (at least for now). In the previous installments, we reviewed the systematic abuse of power repeatedly deployed to destroy pockets of resistance via the visitation process.
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15 days ago by pfhawkins
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A large swathe of the content on serverless deployments is based around CRUD and authentication operations — think lots of Lambda + DynamoDB + Cognito wizardry.
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In previous posts, we’ve explored how to deploy a GraphQL service based on AWS AppSync and Amazon DynamoDB using AWS CloudFormation. The articles reinforce how automatic and repeatable deployments are central to moving towards a DevOps mindset.
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Welcome to “Serverless Superheroes”! In this space, I chat with the toolmakers, innovators, and developers who are navigating the brave new world of “serverless” cloud applications.
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Welcome to “Serverless Superheroes”! In this space, I chat with the toolmakers, innovators, and developers who are navigating the brave new world of “serverless” cloud applications.
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Welcome to “Serverless Superheroes”! In this space, I chat with the toolmakers, innovators, and developers who are navigating the brave new world of “serverless” cloud applications.
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15 days ago by pfhawkins
It’s Price Before Product. Period. | First Round Review
Over the second half of the 1990s, Porsche hatched plans for a new car. Annual sales were a third of what they’d been the decade prior, so the company badly needed a turnaround. The car hit the market in 2003.
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18 days ago by pfhawkins
I’m Sorry, But Those Are Vanity Metrics | First Round Review
Our taste for vanity metrics starts early. Take schools, in which most students receive grades.
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18 days ago by pfhawkins
Build and Deploy a secure REST API with Go, Postgresql, JWT and GORM
In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to develop and deploy a secure REST api using Go Programming language.
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18 days ago by pfhawkins
Actuating Schism Part IV: The Honey Pot
In Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of this series, we have covered quite of bit of territory, reviewed the numerous actions of this papacy and its apparatchiks to systematically quash any resistance to their progressive modernistic program.
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