Around a month back I saw the CS75 Lecture on Scalability by David Malan. The write up contains the notes from the same that I wrote while revisiting the lecture.
SFTP is better than FTP - in the latter credentials are also sent as plain text. VPS, on an abstract level, is a slice of the shared hardware with separate... more
Yesterday I had the opportunity to sit through the talk (virtually) - Becoming a better developer by using the SOLID design principles by Katerina Trajchevska. The talk provided me the opportunity to learn better and revisit SOLID principles for software design. The blog contains notes from the same for me to revise quickly in the future.
Please note that most... more
After completing Technical Writing One course from Google, I’ve finally finished the Technical Writing Two. This write up contains my notes and is aimed at anyone looking to review the learned concepts in a quick go.
Think like your audience; read your draft from their point of view. Define a persona for the audience. Specify if audience needs to... more
I recently did the Technical Writing One and below are my notes from the same. The notes are arranged in the topic wise manner as is the pre-class material for the course.
Define new or unfamiliar terms; do not reinvent the wheel. Collect definition of unfamiliar terms in a glossary if too many. Use name consistently, do not change... more
Dry clothes are really easy to use, store and carry; then there are wet clothes: heavy, stinky and dripping.
Similar is the story for code: DRY (Don’t Repeat Yourself) is always preferred over WET (Write Everything Twice).
I’ve recently started learning .NET, ASP.NET, MVC, and related technologies, and thereon I stumbled upon the concept of DRY programming; it is a... more