Article says how to make your own CO2 sensor with Arduino and visualize data with Grafana. It’s in Russian. https://ovcharov.me/2018/10/21/co2-sensor-mh-z19b/
Install this application on your TV http://forkplayer.tv/smart-tv/forkplayer/#install. After that start the application, open SMILE BY → Onliner → SEGAZ → IPTV → OnlyBest.
It’s the easiest one you can install on your VPS server. It’s a docker container. https://github.com/schors/tgdante2 You could use VPN for that but it will send all traffic through your VPN endpoint which is not fast. Socks5 proxy uses much less resources and this one is only applicable for telegram now.
Mock Interviews interviewing.io (beta), Free Pramp, Free CareerCup, Paid Algorithms Cracking the Code Interview, Book byte by byte, Website and YouTube CS50, YouTube Interview Cake, Website HackerRank, Website LeetCode, Website Operating Systems Operating System Concepts, Book Architecture Design Intro to Architecture and Systems, YouTube Behavioural Intro to Behavioural Interviews, YouTube Original article with explanations: https://medium.freecodecamp.org/software-engineering-interviews-744380f4f2af
The original is here — https://www.nginx.com/blog/what-is-a-service-mesh/ Another small introductory article on Istio you can find here. A service mesh is a configurable infrastructure layer for a microservices application. It makes communication between service instances flexible, reliable, and fast. The mesh provides service discovery, load balancing, encryption, authentication and authorization, support for the circuit breaker pattern, and other …
https://istio.io/docs/concepts/what-is-istio/overview.html It’s flexible and modular service mesh made by Google, IBM and Lyft. It is a platform for managing your kubernetes system. It’s responsible traffic management, observability, policy enforcement, service identity and security. It provides features like service discovery, load balancing, A/B experiments, canary deployments, circuit breaking and health checks.
http://www.stefankrause.net/js-frameworks-benchmark7/table.html Example results are as follows:
Yes, it can be done. That’s how you render several react apps on one page:
It’s junior-middle level, but animations are nice as well. https://youtu.be/8aGhZQkoFbQ Here’s an article about almost the same but in more details about difference between tasks’ queue (timeouts) and microtasks’ queue (promises and DOM modifications). The main idea is that there are several queues that have different priorities. And microtasks are more important than tasks. https://jakearchibald.com/2015/tasks-microtasks-queues-and-schedules/