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19 Nov, 17 tweets, 4 min read
The ultimate list of YouTube channels for learning Python 🐍:

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1. The New Boston

youtube.com/user/thenewbos…
7. Clever Programmer

youtube.com/channel/UCqrIL…
10. Coding Entrepreneurs

youtube.com/user/CodingEnt…
13. Real Python

youtube.com/realpython
14. Pretty Printed

youtube.com/channel/UC-QDf…
15. Programming with Mosh

youtube.com/user/programmi…
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20 Nov
Essential JavaScript Github repositories:

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1. JavaScript Style Guide:

github.com/airbnb/javascr…
2. Node Best Practices:

✅ The Node.js best practices list (November 2020)

github.com/goldbergyoni/n…
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19 Nov
Most commonly used AWS services:

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1. Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2):

EC2 instances are basically servers with an operating system which can be used to run your applications on the internet just like you run your applications on your laptop during development.
2. Relational Database Service (RDS):

RDS is a distributed relational database service.

Amazon RDS is available on several database instance types - optimised for memory, performance or I/O - and provides six familiar database engines to choose from, including:
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18 Nov
Top YouTube channels every programmer must follow:

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1. FreeCodeCamp

youtube.com/freecodecamp
2. Code Bullet

youtube.com/codebullet
Read 13 tweets
17 Nov
Are you a front-end developer?

You should checkout these Github repositories for Fonts:

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1. Font Awesome:

The iconic SVG, font, and CSS toolkit

github.com/FortAwesome/Fo…
2. FiraCode:

Free monospaced font with programming ligatures

github.com/tonsky/FiraCode
Read 11 tweets
13 Nov
Are you a Cryptocurrency enthusiast?

Here's list of Github repositories you should check out:

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1. Bitcoin: Bitcoin is an experimental digital currency that enables instant payments to anyone, anywhere in the world. Bitcoin uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority.

github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin
2. Ccxt: A JavaScript / Python / PHP cryptocurrency trading API with support for more than 120 bitcoin/altcoin exchanges

github.com/ccxt/ccxt
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4 Nov
Messaging Queues are one of the critical components in building distributed & scalable applications.

Let's talk about them in this thread:

- what is it ?
- how to use it ?
- benefits of using it in an architecture.

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Queue:

As you might already know a queue is a data structure which works in first-in first-out manner.

It basically contains a sequence of objects that can be read and processed in the same order in which they were received.

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Message:

A message is any data which can be in different formats like text, json, xml etc depending your application needs.

It contains all the information that needs to be sent from sender application to the receiver application.

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