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I had a recent interaction with a security and surveillance camera supplier that left me pleasantly surprised.
Placing an order and capturing a payment are really different actions. I also learned a lot in a few days.
Work laptops are meant for work but what about internal work notes? Also what if IT has installed specific tools on the device?
After 100+ episodes and 2+ years of trying to make it work, I think it's time to take an extended break.
We'll go over the code powering a CLI tool using only the Python 3 standard library and cover a few programming patterns along the way.
This panned out over the last 11 months of running a podcast where I chatted with folks about tech stacks, lessons learned and best tips.
In this video, we'll use AWS Rekognition to identify driver's licenses using machine learning but without having to write any ML code.
It didn't take long to bust out Python to help me manage upcoming podcast episodes and send interview questions out.
I wanted to launch quickly but also have the site be technically sound from day one. Jekyll and DigitalOcean helped me do that.
The site has both podcast episodes and text interviews where folks talk about how they are running small and large web apps in production.
I don't think there's anything too wrong with using affiliate links for products and services you've been using for years.
When taking on freelance work, you'll often be asked to sign away all rights to any code you write on the project.
Keeping track of your billable hours is a tedious task as a freelance or contract worker. How's how you can automate it with Bash.
This time around it was for Cloud Field Day 4 and despite the concept being the same, the experience was so much different than CFD3.
Imagine if you could run Visual Studio Code, Sublime Text or any other application on your smartphone or another device?
As developers, life is good when it comes to gaining initial experience compared to other trade skills. Here's how to get started.
GnuCash makes it easy to keep track of your money and it creates reports that will make your accountant happy.
Cloud Field Day is a 3 day presentation based event that is ran by Tech Field Day and Stephen Foskett. Here's my first experience.
Public speaking is a skill you need to build up like anything else. I have no experience with it, but here's how I plan to fix that.
Domain registrars have their pros and cons just like any service. Here's 5 main reasons why I chose NameSilo over everyone else.
Let's talk about the pros and cons of various payment methods and even cover a new way to get paid electronically without any fees.
Learn why I chose to write about Docker on diveintodocker.com, then decided against it, and moved everything to this site.
Here's a list of software and hardware that I use on a regular basis as a developer and video creator. I will be keeping it updated.
It has been a while since I posted something new. Surgery and a new course has been keeping me busy.
Start your freelance business on the right foot by avoiding common mistakes that you will hold you back from victory.
Udemy recently made a few changes to their platform when it comes to pricing, here's my opinion on those changes.
Read a few horror stories about what it's like to be an instructor on Udemy's course hosting platform.
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