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Almir M
Solutions Architect / Software Engineering Leader, Car Enthusiast, blogger, tech nerd. ** almirsCorner.com
Solutions Architect / Software Engineering Leader, Car Enthusiast, blogger, tech nerd. ** almirsCorner.com
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This is what happens if you mix:
- car craziness
- engineering (functional)
- No CSS (no styling) skills :)
- Tennis love

You get a steering wheel cover that functions perfectly with an amazing grip, but no styling :)

I bought a steering wheel cover in a local store. Then since it is too big for my car's steering wheel, I cut it and shortened it. Then I put it on the steering wheel and connected it with duct tape. Then I bought tennis rackets Tourna grip which I used to wrap around for ultimate grip.

Kids don't do this at home.

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‪Why I switched from #ChromeOS to #MacOS. This post is still applicable even though ChromeOS can unzip AES256 password protected zip files.


https://medium.com/@almirx101/why-i-switched-from-chromeos-to-mac-os-ff5097774e1?source=linkShare-2e4318718ab6-1490506324‬

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Working with large JSON datasets can be a pain, particularly when they are too large to fit into memory. In cases like this, a combination of command line tools and Python can make for an efficient way to explore and analyze the data. In this post, we’ll look at how to leverage tools like Pandas to explore and map out police activity in Montgomery County, Maryland. We’ll start with a look at the JSON data, then segue into exploration and analysis of the JSON with Python.

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Don't underestimate the power of tech nerds;the ones that communicate well are steps ahead.Many of them are CTOs and CEOs.

Understanding microservice anti-patterns is a must as you are implementing your microservice architecture.

#Microservices #design #code

To fully implement a microservice architecture, you constantly have to snap yourself out of old habits, and you need a great team.

To start implementing a microservice architecture, reading about it is not enough. You have to have the right mindset, and a great team.

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Listen, absorb, listen more, absorb more, then speak your opinions IF needed ;)
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