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Weekly Newsletter (28 Nov 2022)
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Weekly Poll Results

When thinking about your job, how important is the option to work from home?

Survey period: 21 Nov 2022 to 28 Nov 2022

Some bosses are casual about where you work, and some, naming no names, will insist you're in the office, always. What are your thoughts?

OptionVotes% 
Work from home, but I'm OK coming into the office a few times a month26834.49
I'm OK splitting my time between home and office11915.32
I will only work from home. No discussion10813.90
Office is OK, but I'd like to occasionally work from home8110.42
Office is OK, as long as I can work from home regularly759.65
I prefer working in an office719.14
I don't care as long as I get paid557.08

This week's survey: How would you describe your current job?

Latest Additions

New articles added

Artificial Intelligence

  (2 votes) by Matthew Dennis (updated 2 days ago)
In this article, I will discuss what I experienced while creating a custom model for the detection of backyard pests.

Desktop Programming

  (2 votes) by Bruno van Dooren (updated 2 days ago)
When calling into the w32 API, there are many times when you must deal with structures that have a variable size. This article shows how to do that in a convenient way.

General Programming

  (1 votes) by Bohdan Stupak (updated 6 days ago)
Clean architecture example implemented in Go

Programming Languages

  (11 votes) by KrirkDev (updated 6 days ago)
I created this game to evaluate my ability to perform simple animations using Windows Form.
  (3 votes) by Ivan Yakimov (updated 1 weeks ago)
Support of OData in ASP.NET applications
  (2 votes) by Nemanja Trifunovic (updated 2 days ago)
How char data types evolved in C and C++
  (0 votes) by Rudi Breedenraedt (updated yesterday)
How to share a transaction across multiple Entity Framework contexts.

Articles updated

Containers

  (20 votes) by alirıza adıyahşi (updated 4 days ago)
Creating a web farm on Docker container using redis, haproxy and abp module zero core template

Programming Languages

  (14 votes) by Akram El Assas (updated 19 hours ago)
Open Source .NET Workflow Engine and Automation Platform
  (3 votes) by Member 4206974 (updated 2 days ago)
A PHP object for sending HTML mail with attachment

Web Development

  (13 votes) by Peter Leow (updated 2 days ago)
Beginner's Guide to HTTP
  (8 votes) by Akram El Assas (updated 15 hours ago)
Car Rental Platform with a mobile app
  (2 votes) by Akram El Assas (updated yesterday)
eCommerce Platform SEO Optimized

New Tips and Tricks added

Artificial Intelligence

  (2 votes) by Chris Maunder (updated 6 days ago)
Working through the combinations to get PaddlePaddle and PaddleOCR installed and working everywhere

Programming Languages

  (3 votes) by Oleg_100 (updated yesterday)
Synchronize access to multiple objects by name (string)
  (2 votes) by charles henington (updated 1 weeks ago)
Custom black and white image format

Tips and Tricks updated

Programming Languages

  (28 votes) by John M. Dlugosz (updated 6 days ago)
Rather than a long and complete guide with comprehensive explanations, this is a short list of things to watch out for when using C++, kept up to date based on the things I see in code reviews.

New Technical Blogs added

General Programming

  (0 votes) by Richard James Moss (updated yesterday)
How to write custom Markdig extensions



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