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Kubernetes Main Concepts in 2 Minutes

Kubernetes Main Concepts in 2 Minutes

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  • programming

Kubernetes is a system for auto deploy, scale, and manage containerized application, it has been created to solve the `bets to cattle` problem where the number of your application’s servers grow to a point that makes it difficult to manage them.

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Build a Webcam Communication App using WebRTC

Build a Webcam Communication App using WebRTC

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  • webdesign

WebRTC is a protocol that allows you to create real-time communication between peers using JavaScript.

We can use this technology to make it possible for 2 (or more) browsers to directly talk to each other, without needing a central server that would only become a bottleneck.

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Python vs. Ruby vs. Node.js – Which platform is a fit for your project?

Python vs. Ruby vs. Node.js – Which platform is a fit for your project?

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  • programming

You’ve got a fascinating web app project on paper. And the tool you use to bring it to life will shape future success. On that account, it’s always tricky to choose a technology for web development. Today, we are not going to make a traditional comparison of two competitors. Rather we...

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The 13 Highest Paying IT Jobs in 2019

The 13 Highest Paying IT Jobs in 2019

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  • business

Technology professionals with the right set of qualifications have a lot of options in the current employment market. Whether you’re an applications architect or data security analyst, salaries are on the rise in many areas of technology due to the strong demand for highly skilled IT specia...

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Key differences between Python 2 and 3

Key differences between Python 2 and 3

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  • programming

As every programming language evolves, there are big changes between each major release. In this article, Vinodh Kumar explains some of the big differences between Python 2 and Python 3 with examples to help illustrate how the language has changed.

This tutorial will cover the following...

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