Originally posted on Github, I wrote I would place the list somewhere else if it gets too long, well, I can already see it getting too long so I placed a copy of it here on my blog. I’m compiling a list of problem domains where Copilot suggests the right function and works perfectly, and…Continue readingPython & Github Copilot – Good and Bad Areas
What happens when you got an unsecured database lying around somewhere? Bots will attack it. Everyone’s got to enable TLS to secure their internet-facing services. There’s simply no excuse now that you can buy them for cheap and with crypto, and even for free (Let’s Encrypt). But for some reason, you go to these cloud…Continue readingEnable TLS For K8s Apps – It Almost Made Me Surrender
What is the Algorithm of Bitcoin Encryption? The encryption algorithm is a cryptographic algorithm that can be used to encrypt and decrypt data. The data is scrambled into a non-readable format, which can only be unencrypted by the person who knows the algorithm and key. There are many different types of algorithms, but the most…Continue readingThe Algorithm of Bitcoin Encryption
A Choice In The Fundamental Basics of Bitcoin Crypto-currency, or mainly Bitcoin, has become a household name. For the right reasons, obviously. It’s an aim and dream of taking the world from a centralized authority towards the freedom of decentralization. However, this freedom comes at great complexities and costs of energy (in form of electricity),…Continue readingWhy Is Secp256k1 Curve So Famous?
Encrypted currencies, such as Bitcoin, use blockchain. This decentralized and open-source system can also be found in other digital currencies. A fork causes the blockchain’s underlying protocol to change. To understand this, you need to know what a blockchain Hard Fork & Soft Fork are and how important they are. What Is A Blockchain Fork?…Continue readingHard Fork, Soft Fork And the blockchain Concept
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I dug inside Google Chrome’s source code again, and this is what I found.Continue readingGoogle Chrome Media History: How Does It Work?
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This is the first of a series of posts that will dive deep inside Google Chrome’s codebase and understand how it works as much as possible.Continue readingThe 4 Parts Of The WebUI: View Google Chrome’s Code
A few weeks ago, I shared some tips for improving React app performance. Let’s see how another metric can be improved - the bundle size.Continue readingPro Tips For Designing Robust React Components Part II: Bundle Size