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by Frank - 1 week ago

3 key steps for running chaos engineering experiments

Chaos engineering is the practice of running thoughtful, planned experiments that teach us how our systems behave in the face of failure. Given the trends around dynamic cloud environments and the rise of microservices, the web continues to grow increasingly complex alongside our dependency on the...

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Anaconda, CPython, PyPy, and more: Know your Python distributions

When you choose Python for software development, you choose a large language ecosystem with a wealth of packages covering all manner of programming needs. But in addition to libraries for everything from GUI development to machine learning, you can also choose from a number of Python runtimes—and s...

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Gunnar Glasses Help Reduce Digital Eye Strain

When you think about how many hours a day we work on our computers, tablets, and smartphones, it’s pretty obvious that we all have some serious eye-fatigue happening. Eye strain is a very real problem. We are not designed to stare at digital screens all day long. It’s a good idea to take regular br...

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Strongbody Apparel Activewear: Where Tech Meets Clothing

Strongbody Apparel is a Canadian clothing brand that makes unique athletic and leisure wear for those living an active lifestyle. Entrepreneurs Quincy Samycia and Meghan Conyers started this forward-thinking business and today it is a company that others need to take notice of. One of the secrets t...

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Xvida Magnetic Wireless Power 2 Charging Docks

If there’s one thing that we can’t ever get enough of, it’s juice for our devices. We always need more power. Whether you are using a smartphone, a tablet or a laptop, it is a constant cycle of using and charging. Luckily, these days our gadgets are easier than ever to charge up. You don’t even nee...

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Concept 500 Speaker Blasts Live Performance Sound Into Your Home

Let’s face it, these days you have your choice of speakers for the home, so they really have to stand out from the crowd to be worthy of your attention, both in style and in the performance that they offer. The Concept 500 Speaker from Q Acoustics certainly gets our attention. The company has been...

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E-WIN Gaming Chairs: Game in Luxury and Comfort

Video games can feel pretty immersive even without extra accessories, but the peripherals make it even more real. By adding things like steering wheels, rumbling controllers, and gaming chairs, you are really going to get into the game. These extras are great for fooling our senses. Sure, VR is coo...

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Michelle Terris

Hello! I’m a fashion photographer based in Los Angeles. I have been doing photography for 11 years, but 3 years ago really got into fashion photography and left my job to pursue photography full time. I love working with color in my shots and since moving to LA I am all about incorporating a...

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What’s new in Microsoft Visual Studio Code

Microsoft’s open source development tool is an important piece of the developer’s toolkit. Built using GitHub’s cross-platform Electron framework, Visual Studio Code is a full-featured development editor that supports a wide selection of languages and platforms, from the familiar C and C# to modern...

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Who is Mo Vlogs: Discover How Much This Vlogger Makes Per Day

When it comes to vlogging success stories, Mo Vlogs is surely toward the top of the list. Mo Vlogs is just a guy in his early 20s who decided to start a vlog about huge and crazy cars…and the rest is history. So who is Mo Vlogs? But that history is important for aspiring vloggers who want to see ho...

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How is a Speaker Constructed? How Does it Produce Sound?

A loudspeaker (or loud-speaker or speaker) is an electroacoustic transducer which converts an electrical audio signal into a corresponding sound. A loudspeaker consists of paper or plastic moulded into a cone shape called ‘diaphragm.’ When an audio signal is applied to the loudspeaker’s voice coi...

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The Golden Rules of Electronic Circuit Design

Knowledge of common pitfalls in electronics circuit design, and how to avoid these, is important for producing any product While testing a smartphone, the manufacturer finds a major flaw in the device. Some internal body parts have overheated and melted during the stress-test. A root-cause analys...

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BrandPost: Use More Cores to Speed Execution

It seems obvious, right? All those cores in that CPU ready and waiting for your elegant, threaded and parallelized code to blast off, reducing execution time to a small fraction of what it used to be. Or that’s the thought process. In reality, threading and parallelizing code can be challenging, wh...

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Cross-cloud software development comes to Azure

Back in the early 2000s, while working as an architect in an IT consulting company, I became fascinated by the promise of service-oriented architectures. Taking an API-first approach to application development made a lot of sense to me, as did the idea of using a message- and event-driven approach...