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Listed few React/Redux interview question 🚀

Soon will be adding answers for all the questions.

#100DaysOfCode #code #CodeNewbie #Dev #womenintech #programming #React #Redux #javascript
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There are 175 corps/institutions now overseeing your children's #education going forward. They will be shaping/molding your child's #ideologies &
#worldviews - all while harvesting their data.

Global Education Coalition Members (announced Mar 18 2020):
"Civil society & non-profit organizations" (those serving capital & elite institutions) include:

-Tony Blair Institute for Global Change
#ONE (Bono)
-Global Business Coalition for #Education
#Sesame Workshop

See image. #4IR
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Tags you should always add in your <head>.
These tags will result in optimized SEO, better image on social media and many more!

#100DaysOfCode #CodeNewbie #code #programming #javascript #SEO
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🧵Thread (1/n)

The first one you should always add is a suitable description about you website/web app. This will show up on Google, the words in grey show this. A search result from Google containing a concise description
🧵Thread (2/n)

Next is adding an author, this will allow people to find out who originally edited the webpage.
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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 03/29/2021…
Testing mobile air purifiers in a school classroom: Reducing the airborne transmission risk for SARS-CoV-2…

#AirPurifiers #SchoolClassrooms #AirborneTransmission #COVID19 #risk
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A thread on how I managed to encrypt and store a video using #Flutter

Scroll for links, code snippets, and my general thought process...
Recording and saving videos locally isn't too difficult.

- camera
- path_provider

#flutter #android #s21 #video #coding

Below is the code for getting a file reference:

Created with @carbon_app   /// One call to get a file reference, set temp = false to
Encryption on the other hand is a foreign language to me. From my research, I learned that each user needs an #AsymmetricKeyPair that can be used to #encrypt and #decrypt data.

To generate these, I used the rsa_encrypt package.…
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Google workers have announced their intention to form a union, under the auspices of @CWAUnion Local 1440. The union is called @AlphabetWorkers (Google maintains the legal and accounting fiction that it is a division of a holding company called "Alphabet").

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Speaking of legal fictions, the union is opening membership to "TVCs" - temps, vendors and contractors - employees who have deliberately misclassified so as to avoid paying them benefits or extending normal workplace protections to them.

It's a bold move, a countermeasure to thwart the other commercial advantage from worker misclassification: by creating multiple categories of workers, bosses can pit employees against one another, by dangling privileges in front of one group but not the other.

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Our analysis reveals that the #SourceCode that has been released as the “backend code” is grossly incomplete. Though any effort at transparency needs to be lauded, much of how the @SetuAarogya operates is still opaque…
@NICMeity @GoI_MeitY
The code released on 20th November does contain code that corresponds to the #frontend of the website and the code released also contains code that lets the website interact with the application through the #webview.
#COVID19 #ContactTracing
However, some of the libraries/modules that the code depends on have not been released and very little of the released code is meant to run on the #backend.
#coders #aarogyasetu #COVID19 #FOSS
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Discover several resources offered by the @CaiCommunity!

#ErasmusPlus #ArtificialIntelligence #programmingisfun
Learn how to #program #code with #python 👩‍💻👨‍💻🧑‍💻…
Discover the French #Mooc @FunMooc @classcode_fr "L’Intelligence Artificielle avec Intelligence"…
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Structural Design Patterns

🎭 Facade

💡Provides a simplified front face interface to hide a complex underlying code or architecture.


#100DaysOfCode #CodeNewbies #Developers #programming #code #developers

✅ improves readability and usability by hiding more complex interactions behind a common and simple interface
✅ provides a context-specific way to interact with a more general functionality
✅ It can be the initial change in a monolith to a more loosely coupled code
What tries to solve?

▫️ Make the subsystems easier to use
▫️ Merge logics and hidden into a more understandable method
▫️ Limit the logic exposed
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Our article is now online @nresearchnews Read more on our work on using #AI to count trees 🤖🤓🌳🌴 in #africa to understand soil degradation & #ClimateChange Thanks to all collaborator @unibremen @uni_copenhagen #GSFC @NASA @WWU_Muenster @KU_Leuven @CNRS
1/8 Our paper in a #nutshell 🌰The prevailing view is that dryland areas like the Sahara or Sahel are largely free of trees and shrubs 🌴🌳. However, we find that’s not the case!😯🤓🤖the relatively high density of isolated trees challenges prevailing narratives #desertification
2/8 Although the overall canopy cover is low, the relatively high density of isolated trees challenges prevailing narratives about dryland desertification (see photo below) 🌴👉
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It all started when I decide to apply Inbox Zero in my @Outlook work account. Why? I've heard it might help me be more productive, but I actually did it to have a cleaner mailbox = less noise. Little did I know...

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According to @howtogeek

It's a staple of digital productivity advice. “Achieving Inbox Zero” is the knowledge worker’s equivalent of “reaching enlightenment.” But Inbox Zero doesn’t mean having an empty inbox—it’s all about reducing email stress.…
My setup was based on 8 folders and, in each, several subfolders. Total of 35 folder incl. Inbox. The incoming messages were automatically distributed using @Outlook rules. So, I had to flatten my mailbox somehow -> all messages back to the inbox (why? answered on the last tweet)
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Preventing Cross-Site Request Forgery(CSRF) attacks -…

#security #websecurity #sec #infosec
what is Cross-Site Request Forgery?

it is a type of attack performed on web apps in order to carry out a malicious action without user's explicit consent.
these 'malicious actions' could be anything. for example: changing email address, personal information etc

how it is performed?

* attacker leads the user to perform an action(through email, website etc)

* attacker makes a request on behalf of the user(by using a hidden form, for example)

* vulnerable website sees it as a genuine action(by verifying session cookie)

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The paradox of #decentralization and team #Leadership defines the future of #Crypto ecosystem. Excited to share my perspective on progressive decentralization in this thread
It starts with the purpose of the token. Is the project using the token to enable community ownership or is it predominantly inclined towards crowd funding ? #tokenization #crypto
Tokens inclined towards #Community #Ownership are on the right path towards progressive decentralization
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You do not need expensive super computers to get started, you can begin to learn coding from what you currently own; through different websites, apps, books, online IDEs and more....🙂

Follow thread to get started: ↓↓
#100DaysOfCode #DEVCommunity #CodeNewbie
⟶ Grasshopper
⟶ SoloLearn
⟶ Mimo
⟶ KhanAcademy
⟶ Swifty
⟶ Udacity
⟶ Mimo
#CodeNewbie #KhanAcademy #Udacity #apps
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I have started one series on python for beginners

I hope you will enjoy this series but make sure that you subscribe to my channel before going forward and also share with your friends let everyone learn python programming.

In this thread🧵, I will add one episode daily
[0] What is Python and Why You Should Learn it

Watch it here:
[1] Installing Python & VS Code

Watch it here:
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Ten years ago I saw a book called the 4-Hour Workweek.

And I thought: "Why not the 4-Hour Work MONTH?"

I knew one thing @tferriss didn't: How to #code.

Three years later, I reached my goal and enjoyed its fruits for seven years.

👇A thread 🧵 on what I learned
Prequel: In all of history, it's never been easier for people (especially programmers) to reach and exceed their financial needs with a 4-Hour work MONTH.

But getting your operations to that point won't happen overnight.

Expect to toil in the first year. It will so be worth it.
1. Optimize for marketing channels that are fire and forget: my Google AdWords campaigns have been chipping away profitably for a decade. And I get up to 60k monthlies via a deliberate SEO tactic. Show in gory details here:…
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My favourite VS Code extensions...

These are best of my favourite ones...

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#programming #coding #CodeNewbies #CodeNewbie #Developer #java #javascript #python #DevComIN #DEVCommunity #100DaysOfCode #vscode @code #html #100DaysOfCloud #code #android
1. TabNine
• AI coding assistant
• Better auto-completes
• Understands patterns in your code
• Fast
2. Prettier
• Enhance readability of your code
• Make your code look more beautiful
• Fast...
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Framework Thread
A  Framework is a complete package with its own functionalities & libraries. A Framework has its own rules, you don’t have much flexibility and the project is dependent on the Framework you use. Angular is an example of a framework.

#100DaysOfCode #code #Angular
Angular has released in 2016 but before Angular, there was AngularJS. One of the most asked questions about Angular is that what is the difference between AngularJS and Angular?
AngularJS vs Angular

These  2 versions of Angular confuse many developers.
AngularJS and Angular are completely different frameworks. Angular versions (like 1, 1.2, 1.5,  etc) are called Angular JS and starting from version 2 and above is called Angular.

Angular JS → versions from 1.x
Angular → version 2 and above
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MEAN Stack Thread
MEAN is an acronym for MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS and Node.js. From client to server to database, MEAN is full stack JavaScript.

#100DaysOfCode #Angular #javascript #CodeNewbie #code #programming #DEVCommunity #technology #tech Image
MongoDB is a schemaless NoSQL database system. MongoDB saves data in binary JSON format which makes it easier to pass data between client and server.
Express is lightweight framework used to build web applications in Node. It provides a number of robust features for building single and multi page web application. Express is inspired by the popular Ruby framework, Sinatra.
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I meet a lot of people interested in getting into #data. It’s really aspiring to see so many people wanting to understand more about data.

Here’s an updated #thread of FREE resources to help you upskill into a data analyst, scientist or engineer.

Remember data is everywhere!
#Facebook launched "Summer of Support" program that offers FREE training in digital marketing and data/insights.

6-week program of courses that offers free #Digital #Marketing participants advice, insights, information & support, especially for SMEs.
Analyttica is offering a FREE training on Data Analytics Fundamentals & another on Machine Learning.

Each training has virtual hands-on labs w/certificates for completing.…

#BlackTechTwitter #WomenWhoCode #100DaysOfCode #data #MachineLearning #analytics
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Where do you prefer to put script tag in HTML file? Head or Body?

#100DaysOfCode #code #programming #javascript #CodeNewbie #html #Angular #tech
Putting your scripts as late in the page as possible, which frequently means just before </body> tag, means the browser can parse and display your content before stopping to go download your JavaScript file (if external) and fire up the JavaScript interpreter to run the script
Putting scripts "at the bottom" is a fairly standard recommendation for speeding up the apparent load time of your page.
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A thread on why I got into developing indie products

#100DaysOfCode #code #javascript
I was always interested in developing side projects since I was introduced to programming in engineering.

The idea of building something which didn't exist just by giving some instructions to a computer intrigued me a lot.
I developed all these small products for years like linux desktop applications, chrome extensions, mobile apps, web apps having no direction whatsoever.

I didn't know why i was building them. But I just did because I loved building new things.
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