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Weekly Newsletter (19 Sep 2022)
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Site News

Best Article of August 2022
Winner: Paulo Zemek Patterns and Frameworks - What's Wrong?
Winner: Fred Song (Melbourne) Build NFT Collection Web3 Application with Hardhat and React Typescript
Runner-up: Bruno van Dooren Using the Win32 Cryptographic API to Hash Data
Runner-up: honey the codewitch Prang Once Again

cheers,
Chris Maunder

Weekly Poll Results

Who do you listen to most when making decisions about software development?

Survey period: 19 Sep 2022 to 26 Sep 2022

OptionVotes% 
The person who controls whether you get paid228.57
Your team lead, or other senior developer00.00
Your team members (or member)00.00
Other developers (online or in person)00.00
The Product manager114.29
The marketing team00.00
The architect114.29
The users00.00
No one but myself342.86
Depends on the situation00.00

This week's survey: Who do you listen to most when making decisions about software development?

Latest Additions

New articles added

Desktop Programming

  (5 votes) by Peter Huber SG (updated 2 days ago)
How you should organise your backups in the time of cloud storage and write your own app for it
  (4 votes) by Michael Sydney Balloni (updated 6 days ago)
A .NET client-server application for sending files over a network

General Programming

  (3 votes) by Arthur V. Ratz (updated yesterday)
Compute the Levenshtein distance of literal strings effectively by using the Wagner-Fischer (two matrix rows-based) algorithm.
  (0 votes) by Mikhail Semenov (updated 9 hours ago)
This article proposes a mapping algorithm, called Segmented Map, which is almost as fast as Flat Map is random access and enumeration of elements and close to std::map in insertion of elements.

Programming Languages

  (20 votes) by Mark Pelf (updated 6 days ago)
Tutorial article on Asynchronous Events invocation in C#
  (3 votes) by DRaahul (updated 6 days ago)
The fully working sample code explains everything necessary to create a Minifilter driver to block devices connected through an interface.
  (1 votes) by Han Bo Sun (updated 6 days ago)
How to stream a large file and support byte range seeking using Spring Boot
  (1 votes) by Ashish Datta, Sai Jayanthi, Natalie Kershaw, Yamini Nimmagadda, Sesh Seshagiri (updated 6 days ago)
OpenVINO integration with Torch-ORT gives PyTorch developers the ability to stay within their chosen framework all the while still getting the speed and inferencing power of OpenVINO™ toolkit through inline optimizations used to accelerate your PyTorch applications.

Web Development

  (1 votes) by Gwyll (updated yesterday)
We're in a Dark Age when it comes to Software Development. We need a Renaissance.

Articles updated

Internet of Things

  (6 votes) by honey the codewitch (updated 3 days ago)
Generate tight C code to match text based on regular expressions

Web Development

  (13 votes) by Fred Song (Melbourne) (updated 5 days ago)
Use React and hardhat typescript to build a NFT contract web3 application from scratch

New Tips and Tricks added

Programming Languages

  (5 votes) by David O'Neil (updated 5 days ago)
Create drastic life improvements by completing your Wordle puzzle in minutes instead of days!

Web Development

  (0 votes) by towaso (updated 10 hours ago)
A short example on how to create a hierarchical web checklist

New Technical Blogs added

ASCII

  (0 votes) by Christian Specht (updated 3 days ago)
Overlay gallery images with logo using one of Hugo's available image filters

Hosted Services

  (0 votes) by Illya Reznykov (updated 7 hours ago)
The post describes functions which get information about web ACL by PowerShell Core with AWS CLI v2.… Read More Get AWS Web ACL with PowerShell Core.



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