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In the world, there are different myths about Quality Assurance Specialists. Of course, some of them may be caused by not so great experience of working with some… problematic QAs. However, usually they simply come from lack of knowledge. 
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Introduction So you know how to code in general, understand the object-oriented programming¹, learned Swift, and completed at least one iOS Development Course (if you’re not there yet, these links are a great place to start!). You can write a simple app using Model-View-Controller and it works well, but is your code any good? Could it be done any better? Is it clean (and what on earth does that mean)?
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When I first heard about Flutter I thought - great… another mobile app framework. After several months I saw that the popularity of Flutter increased, and I was really curious why. I started a playground project and really fell in love with the simplicity of creating mobile apps in Flutter. But it wasn’t enough for me.
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Introduction This article will be strictly about the concept of asynchronicity in programming. There won’t be any language specific solutions on how to approach asynchronous code in this article. I will be covering those on the example of JavaScript in the upcoming series of short and concise notes on Asynchronous code in JS. Without further delay let’s get into the current topic.
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WebAssembly, shortened as WASM, is a performance optimized solution enabling web applications to run at a near-native speed. It is a cutting-edge technology with the current state as an MVP (minimum viable product), not the final version of WASM. Even though the standard is still evolving and new features are being added, the current, MVP version of WASM is guaranteed to be compatible with future releases. 
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Serverless topic is becoming more and more hot these days. The idea behind this architecture style is that a large part of the headaches related to the server’s operational responsibilities can be delegated to a 3d-party provider, so that developers can focus entirely on writing code aligned with the business goal the application serves.
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How can we read files in Ruby? * Testing file generated by running a following command: ❯ openssl req -newkey rsa:2048 -new -nodes -x509 -days 3650 -keyout key.pem -out cert.pem It has a clearly defined the beginning and the end of the file which fill be useful while reading the files.
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Some developers like to have side projects that they can work on in their free time. I’m one of them. I always have some code and electronics lying around, waiting to be finished. This time I wanted to test my skills in back end and learn a little bit in the process. I have experience with Kotlin, so the obvious choice for me was to try Ktor. 
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I've been a frontend developer for over two years. At times I found myself in situations where I had to explain what I do to people who know nothing about programming. So now I'm giving my best to clarify how lines of code typed on my keyboard are transformed into something you can see, click and even use in your day-to-day life.
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Hello, everyone! My profession requires me to develop myself, boost skills, and improve knowledge every day.
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