Welcome to the second chapter of the series DevOps Essentials, where we will take a practical hands-on approach to learning Kubernetes. I will also explain the architecture of Kubernetes and important concepts like Pods, Clusters, Nodes, and useful tools like Minikube and Killercoda.
Are you a Python developer transitioning into web development and missing the vast array of powerful Python libraries? If so, fear not, for there is a solution! By using a Flask backend for your React application, you can seamlessly execute Python code on the server side and harness its functionality within your web app.
Welcome to the first chapter of the series DevOps Essentials, where we will be exploring the fundamentals of Docker.
Designing a mobile app navigation menu can make a big impact on the user experience. A clear and intuitive navigation menu can help users easily find the information and features they need, while a confusing or cluttered menu can lead to frustration and user drop-off.
In this tutorial series, we will learn about all the essential and fundamental tools and concepts that you should know as an android developer. Today’s topic is RecyclerView.
These are my notes on Lecture 2 of CS194A by Rahul Pandey about the fundamental features of Kotlin language including Immutability, Type Inference and Nullability.
All the popular open-source DevOps tools are written in Go including Kubernetes, Prometheus, Grafana, Terraform, Vault, Hugo, CockroachDB, etc. In this post, I will explain the fundamentals of Golang. Which is not just print statements and if statements and for loops, we will go over that stuff quickly and then we will get to the real meat of Golang: Concurrency, goroutines and channels which I will try to explain to you in the simplest possible way. Let’s begin.
These are my notes on Lecture 1 of CS194A about the fundamentals of Android development taught by Rahul Pandey.
RECAP: In the last chapter we learned how we evaluate and compare the efficiency of algorithms and represent that efficiency using something called the Big-O notation. Here are some graphs of some common runtimes and their efficiency in Big-O notation.
Welcome to the first chapter of Crash Course Algorithms. Today we will learn about Time complexity and Big-O notation.
You created an android app with python using Kivy or Kivymd, but it is still in .py format. How do you convert it into an installable .apk file that dose’nt crash for reasons you can’t figure out and do it as quickly as possible? Don’t worry, I got you covered. Read on.
Disclaimer: This is a work in progress. But it is being updated regularly.
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