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    1. When you have to start building your applications specifically to run within Kubernetes, Kubernetes can no longer be considered a “container orchestrator”

      Important aspect in evaluation of approaches to solve the sidecar container lifecycle issues

    2. If you’re interested in other alternatives that have been considered, I recommend taking a look at the Design Doc for the Sidecar Containers KEP.

      Link to other approaches to solve the sidecar container lifecycle issues

    3. who attempted to standardize a tombstone approach that can be built into their application images

      Another approach to solve the sidecar container lifecycle issues

    1. Start by defining the presentation class, ShoppingListItem:
      • How the type of a function is defined
      • How private methods are defined (_)
      • What I can do with the buildContext, e.g., access the theme of the app
      • How to pass method as argument to constructor or method
      • How to get a character from a string (by accessing it like an array)
      • Ternary operator like in TS
      • Optionals like in TS
      • Classes for building data containers (Product)
    2. Consider this basic example, using the ElevatedButton mentioned earlier:
      • Return type comes before method name just like member variables / fields
    3. objects

      Instances of classes are also called objects

    4. Stateless widgets receive arguments from their parent widget, which they store in final member variables. When a widget is asked to build(), it uses these stored values to derive new arguments for the widgets it creates.
    5. device-independent pixels
    6. A widget’s main job is to implement a build() function, which describes the widget in terms of other, lower-level widgets.

      What is the build method?

    1. A widget is an immutable object that describes a specific part of a UI.

      What is a widget?

    1. providing additional SDKs for mobile clients, additional tooling with the Firebase CLI, and a way to configure security rules to control access to data through the provided SDK
    2. These products are Cloud Storage, Cloud Firestore, and Cloud Functions. While each product is the same at its core, regardless of where you’re viewing it, they are each organized and managed in very different ways between the Firebase console and the Cloud console.
    3. all the APIs and services that power Firebase products will be automatically enabled in your project, and you’ll be able to use the Firebase console to work with those products
    4. if you delete the project using either Firebase or the Cloud console, you will delete everything in that container, no matter where it was configured or created
    5. A Firebase project is also a GCP project
    6. Firebase, Google’s mobile application development platform
  4. May 2021
  5. Mar 2021
    1. I was pleasantly surprised by Svelte's templating; in the past I've found templating languages overwhelming and inflexible, but Svelte offers just the right amount of templating whilst enabling you to use JavaScript too.
    1. On the “lows” side, I’d say the worst thing was the impact of not being present enough for my family. I was working a full-time job and doing faastRuby on nights and weekends. Here I want to give a big shout out to my wife. She supported me through this and didn’t cut my head off in the process.
  6. Feb 2021
    1. Our mission is to allow people to make money via educational efforts and to dedicate the rest of their time to creating great open source products.

      What does this mean exactly? "Our mission is to allow people to make money via educational efforts"

    1. Finding clientsFinally, we were at the moment of truth. Luckily, from our user interviews we knew that companies were posting on forums like Reddit and Craigslist to find participants. So for 3 weeks we scoured the “Volunteers” and “Gigs” sections of Craigslist and emailed people who were looking for participants saying we could do it for them.Success!We were able to find 4 paying clients! 

      UserInterviews found their first clients by replying to ads on Craigslist and Reddit for user interview volunteers with the pitch that they could help the companies find them.

  7. Jan 2021
    1. Would you work for free? It is a simple but loaded question that requires additional context. Is it working to help a friend do something? Is it work that you would enjoy? Does the act of working for free give you some level of satisfaction? Your gut reaction to the question may have been a hearty, “No,” but many people volunteer for a variety of things all the time, so people will work for free when there is something in it they enjoy.
    2. Open source is fundamentally good with the transparency and flexibility it brings; however, as our reliance on it goes up, the overall investment back into the ecosystem has not. It can be easy to take for granted the time and effort many developers put into open source projects. Yet it is with their time and effort that we often save our own.
    3. These developers are not greedy or selfish for wanting funding for their projects. To the contrary, they want funding to keep the project alive. A person has to eat, after all. Funding the project is a means of changing the maintainer’s timeshare—allowing themselves to put time into the project that otherwise would be used for other employment. There is only so much time in a day that a person can otherwise give.
    4. Funding should not be a struggle for open source projects. We embrace open source into our codebases frequently but have yet to fully embrace the idea that funding it actually helps us too. The bug fixes and feature requests need to be implemented, tested, and reviewed by someone who themselves can only put so much time into the project.
    1. Personally, I think you are perhaps blowing up a fairly medium-sized (and fixable) bug discovered during routine testing into extreme-case hyperbole. Again, engagement and participation will get the bug fixed faster. The entire point of testing is to discover and fix precisely these kinds of pain points before release.
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    1. Over a 10-month period, background information on the commu-nity structure, governance and use of natural resources was collectedfrom interviews with all relevant groups within the two communities(including decision-makers, men and women, elders and youth).

      gathered about natural resources, community organization, governance.

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    1. If you've found a problem in Ruby on Rails which is not a security risk, do a search on GitHub under Issues in case it has already been reported. If you are unable to find any open GitHub issues addressing the problem you found, your next step will be to open a new one.
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    1. Using questions and keywords to find the information you need

      Learning how to search correctly can help to find more accurate information faster by using keywords and other searching practices.

  17. Sep 2017
    1. These results convincingly demon-strate that pollen tube guidance by an ovule requires a func-tional female gametophyte, and excludes the model presentedin Fig. 1B
  18. Jul 2016
    1. This book argues that in Roadville and Trackton the different ways children learned to use language were dependent on the ways in which each community structured their families, defined the roles that community members could assume, and played out their concepts of childhood that guided child socialization.

      Major finding

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