The in and outs of caching

Whether it's watching your favourite movie or some yummy recipe, we don't like things to buffer or to load slow. With ever-decreasing attention span alongside forever increasing content diversity (people from all around the world are uploading interesting content),...

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Seven things successful people say No to

People tend not to be aware of the superpowers they have. Powers vary from one person to another. But, the capacity to say No when necessary is something which every individual is capable of. Merely saying, people don’t use this power to its full potential. Countless...

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Using Terraform with VMware

Terraform has been the talk of the town lately with its amazing integration and capabilities towards cloud infrastructure. A true Infrastructure as Code solution which still provides full-fledged functionalities despite being an underdog. Yes, it’s true. They are not...

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Release early, release often

I guess we've all heard this. Here's a little background to why this might be a real good approach for you - or why not. Linux The Linux Kernel is developed in a bazaar-style approach. Historically, software has been built in a more cathedral-style approach as in...

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How to write

„People who think well, write well.“ That’s how David Ogilvy thought about writing in 1982. I tend to agree. But good writing is not a natural gift. You have to learn to write well. Here are a 7 hints on How to write better: Write the way you talk. Naturally.Use short...

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The Impostor’s Advantage

You certainly heard of Impostor Syndrome - the feeling of accomplished people belittling their own talents and constantly being terrified of being discovered as a fraud. While it might feel like a handicap, it's actually an advantage. You already took the hardest step...

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