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I recommended “Limit resources for containers using LimitRanges in Kubernetes” on @Medium https://ift.tt/2sby0O9
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I recommended “Replacing AWS Application Load Balancers with Envoy and Rotor” on @Medium https://ift.tt/2x9m7Od
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Turn your conversations into action
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Depression is the no. 1 cause of ill health and disability worldwide
I recommended “Depression is the no. 1 cause of ill health and disability worldwide” on @Medium https://ift.tt/2KSPdDN
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Medium Article:The Verge Hack, Explained Recommended at: May 24, 2018 at 12:47PM
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I recommended “The biggest WTF in design right now” on @Medium https://ift.tt/2LfrIWt
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Building an Overwatch Stats Scraper Through Function Composition
Building an Overwatch Stats Scraper Through Function Composition
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Often when we think of design systems, we think of a tightly controlled collection of components, patterns and guidelines in order to ensure consistency across a product.
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10 Inspiring UX Portfolios and Why They Work – Tobias van Schneider – Medium
This is where you can walk people through your process and share details you can’t fully explain in a resume or even in a conversation. A portfolio will help potential employers or clients better understand how you think and what sets you apart — at least if you do it right.
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On my recommendation, she was watching the extraordinary new Duplass brothers documentary on Netflix, Wild Wild Country, which chronicles the too-crazy-to-be-true story of Indian mystic Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (later known as “Osho”) when he comes to the U.S.
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In the 1950s, a small group of Swiss designers started searching for a better way of systematizing how information was organized on the printed page.
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Outreachy Internship with Mozilla: Week-1 – Shruti Singh – Medium
Hi there!

My first week of Outreachy internship with mozilla was as good as expected. I got LDAP credentials. But wait, what does that mean? It means you get mozilla specific email address, own profile at mozilla Phonebook, access to all mozilla websites, access to their slack/ircCloud account and what not? You get to take part in their team meetings too which is pretty cool. :-)

So, the first day of my internship started with a warm welcom from the community and my mentor Les Orchard. My mentor is an awesome person. :) He gave me an outline of what work he expects me to do. So, I started with learning about building themes ( both static and dynamic). I would like to give a rough idea about what I leant.

Theme is something that enables you to change the look of the browser. You should have a little idea about WebExtension API before building a theme. So, theme can be static or dynamic.

STATIC THEMES-

We can’t share static themes with other users. Creating a static theme is simple. You need to include image inside a folder ( same folder where manifest.json [Web extension] file is present).In manifest.json file “theme” is the main object which consist of “images,”color” etc. Static image themes can consist of single or multiple images.We can also build static animated images.

DYNAMIC THEMES-

We can share static themes with other users. Dynamic theme uses theme API for controlling theme using JS code. For including theme API fiirst you need to request “theme” permission in the extension’s manifest.json file. Then you build a JSON object same as static theme and lastly you pass the JSON object in a theme.update() call.

Whatever I have written above might be a confusing to you. Don’t worry! My next week work is based on implementing “building themes” and I will write an elaborated blog with some code snippet. :-)

Lastly, I would like to thank Les Orchard for guiding me and also for inviting me to attend weekly Firefox Color meeting on Vidyo. It was very nice meeting Wil, John, Marnie and all members of FireFox Color team. It feels grate when cool people like them acknowledge your presence even when you have nothing much to say. :-)

Thank you! :-D
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Last year I published the article “Building flexible components in Figma”.
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