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The Dark Side of Coding Bootcamps To Consider When Entering

DZone

Back in 2012, the learn-to-code movement arrived. The demand for complementary skills in many industries promised alternative sources of income together with a comprehensive experience, including soft skills like creative thinking, problem-solving, and critical judgment.

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The Back-to-Basics Readings of 2012 - All Things Distributed

All Things Distributed

The Back-to-Basics Readings of 2012. By Werner Vogels on 18 December 2012 10:00 PM. All Things Distributed. Werner Vogels weblog on building scalable and robust distributed systems. Comments (). After the AWS re: Invent conference I spent two weeks in Europe for the last customer visits of the year.

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An Album for Each Year - 2012 Version - All Things Distributed

All Things Distributed

An Album for Each Year - 2012 Version. By Werner Vogels on 22 December 2012 06:00 PM. My list stopped in 2007, so now that 2012 is almost at its end it is a good moment to add the next 5 years to the list. 2012: Jack White, Blunderbuss. 2012: Jack White, Blunderbuss. All Things Distributed. Comments ().

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Java vs. Go Microservices - Load testing (Rematch)

DZone

When Go first appeared in November 2009, we didn't hear much about it, and our first interaction happened in 2012 when Go version 1 was officially released by Google.

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2012 Favorites

Tim Kadlec

It’s the end of the year which means that “Best of 2012” articles are all the craze. Here, then, are the five most popular posts on this site from 2012. ## WTFWG. Far be it from I too abstain from such memes. Where-in I get unusually riled up and rant about the picture vs. srcset situation and how it was handled.

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What I Read in 2012

Tim Kadlec

Here, then, is 2012’s list: Designing Devices by Dan Saffer. The disadvantage is that due to all the impulse buys distracting me, my count of “reading but haven’t finished” has never been higher (I count 8 at the moment, which is just plain silly). Flinch by Julien Smith. Freedom by Daniel Suarez.

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Building the future of performance with SpeedCurve

Speed Curve

I got to know Steve a bit and when I attended my first Velocity event in 2012, Tammy , Andy and Cliff were some of the first people I met. So much of what I know about performance, I learned from this group of folks. They were patient with advice and feedback and endless questions over the years, and I continue to learn from them daily.