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Gerencie Google Podcasts em etapas simples

Quer gerenciar os podcasts do Google instantaneamente em seu dispositivo? Se sim, então o que você está esperando, apenas sugerimos que você siga este conteúdo imediatamente e, em seguida, precise gerenciar os podcasts do Google lá. Em caso de qualquer dificuldade, você deverá entrar em contato com o Google contacto telefónico, caso haja algum problema.

Para cancelar a assinatura do podcast, siga as etapas a seguir:

1. Você deve, em primeiro lugar, abrir os podcasts do Google.

2. Em seguida, sugere-se que você vá até o final e vá rapidamente para a biblioteca e prossiga para as assinaturas.

3. Você deve seguir em frente para o canto superior direito e, em seguida, mover para editar.

4. Agora, para cancelar a assinatura de um podcast simples, vá em frente ao lado do podcast.

5. Lá, é sugerido que você cancele a inscrição rapidamente.

6. Depois disso, você deve ir a cada podcast e, em seguida, cancelar vários de cada podcast.

Para configurar o temporizador, siga as etapas a seguir:

1. Você precisa ir ao fundo e depois ir rapidamente ao episódio.

2. Depois disso, você deve rolar para baixo e ir dormir.

3. Você é obrigado a definir o cronômetro ou apenas precisa ir até o final deste episódio.

4. Depois disso, sugere-se que você vá para a opção inicial.

Para excluir o histórico do podcast, siga as etapas a seguir:

1. Avançar para o histórico do podcast na minha atividade.

2. Depois disso, você deve selecionar o que deseja excluir.

3. Para todo o histórico de podcasts, você precisa ir abaixo da barra de pesquisa e, em seguida, ir para excluir.

4. Para um dia específico, você precisa ir para o dia e, em seguida, excluir todas as atividades do dia rapidamente.

5. Para uma atividade específica, é necessário ir abaixo da atividade e, em seguida, avançar para o topo e, em seguida, ir rapidamente para mais e, em seguida, precisa ir para excluir.

Para acessar o site do podcast, siga as etapas a seguir:

1. Você deve ir para o seu dispositivo e, em seguida, abrir os podcasts corretamente.

2. Abra a página do podcast corretamente.

3. Por fim, precisa visitar o site corretamente.

Para mais detalhes, sinta-se à vontade para entrar em contato com o Cliente Google meet para resolver suas dúvidas rapidamente.


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Google's TPU's being primed for the Quantum Jump

The liquid-cooled Tensor Processing Units, built to slot into server racks, can deliver up to 100 petaflops of compute.

The liquid-cooled Tensor Processing Units, built to slot into server racks, can deliver up to 100 petaflops of compute.

As the world is gearing towards more automation and AI, the need for quantum computing has also grown exponentially. Quantum computing lies at the intersection of quantum physics and high-end computer technology, and in more than one way, hold the key to our AI-driven future.

Quantum computing requires state-of-the-art tools to perform high-end computing. This is where TPUs come in handy. TPUs or Tensor Processing Units are custom-built ASICs (Application Specific Integrated Circuits) to execute machine learning tasks efficiently. TPUs are specific hardware developed by Google for neural network machine learning, specially customised to Google’s Machine Learning software, Tensorflow.

The liquid-cooled Tensor Processing units, built to slot into server racks, can deliver up to 100 petaflops of compute. It powers Google products like Google Search, Gmail, Google Photos and Google Cloud AI APIs.

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What Are Google Compute Engine ? - Explained

What Are Google Compute Engine ? - Explained

The Google computer engine exchanges a large number of scalable virtual machines to serve as clusters used for that purpose. GCE can be managed through a RESTful API, command line interface, or web console. The computing engine is serviced for a minimum of 10-minutes per use. There is no up or front fee or time commitment. GCE competes with Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Microsoft Azure.

#google compute engine #google compute engine tutorial #google app engine #google cloud console #google cloud storage #google compute engine documentation

Embedding your <image> in google colab <markdown>

This article is a quick guide to help you embed images in google colab markdown without mounting your google drive!

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Just a quick intro to google colab

Google colab is a cloud service that offers FREE python notebook environments to developers and learners, along with FREE GPU and TPU. Users can write and execute Python code in the browser itself without any pre-configuration. It offers two types of cells: text and code. The ‘code’ cells act like code editor, coding and execution in done this block. The ‘text’ cells are used to embed textual description/explanation along with code, it is formatted using a simple markup language called ‘markdown’.

Embedding Images in markdown

If you are a regular colab user, like me, using markdown to add additional details to your code will be your habit too! While working on colab, I tried to embed images along with text in markdown, but it took me almost an hour to figure out the way to do it. So here is an easy guide that will help you.


The first step is to get the image into your google drive. So upload all the images you want to embed in markdown in your google drive.

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Step 2:

Google Drive gives you the option to share the image via a sharable link. Right-click your image and you will find an option to get a sharable link.

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On selecting ‘Get shareable link’, Google will create and display sharable link for the particular image.

#google-cloud-platform #google-collaboratory #google-colaboratory #google-cloud #google-colab #cloud

Obie  Rowe

Obie Rowe


Next Level Ops Podcast: Modern Web Development Tools with Brian

Hello Pleskians! This week we’re back with the tenth and final episode of the Official Plesk Podcast: Next Level Ops.  We’re already at the close of the season and we’d like to thank every single one of our guests and listeners, as well as our host for being a part of Next Level Ops! In this installment, Superhost Joe chats with Brian Richards, Creator of WPSessions , about essential web development tools for modern web developers.

In This Episode: jQuery Turns 14, Brian’s Toolkit for Web Development, and Leveling Up

What coding tools are there for the everyday web developer? With a great amount of web development tools out there, how do you decide which ones to have in your toolbox? How can you level up your skills and find new tools to use? All of this and more in this episode of Next Level Ops.

“Knowing which tools to look for is the entire battle. So, where do you find the tools that help make your job easier? How do you know that they actually work as advertised? Why should you trust them? When can you trust them?” – Brian Richards, Creator of WPsessions

Use Code Linting

First of all, you can start with some concepts to get familiar with. For example, code linting helps you find errors in your code while you’re writing your code. It shows you where you’ve inserted a character that breaks your code depending on the language you’re coding in.

Configure Your Code Editor

Second, Brian recommends that you find a code editor that you love. Moreover, you can configure the code editor of your choice to be more productive for you by changing short codes and adding code completion and formatting. A few changes like this and it will customize your code editor to be the best choice for you. Keep in mind that instead of looking for the next shiny product, use the tools that work for you and stick to them. Keep reading for recommended code editors and local development tools below.

Follow Coding Standards

Additionally, for coding it’s important to adapt some kind of coding standards and making sure that you follow them. Following standards should help you avoid running into bugs. Learn about local development environments that help you build projects for the web while offline. There are many tools specialized for the platform and languages you want to work with.

Love the Command Line

And last but not least, become familiar with and begin to love the command line. So, read on to find the key takeaways of recommended tools and strategies from Brian to orient your web development._ This list is a must-have for web developers so better bookmark this page!_

#podcast #product and technology #coding #next level ops podcast #plesk podcast #podcast #web development

Hollie  Ratke

Hollie Ratke


Next Level Ops Podcast: Working with Self-hosting Email with Christian Mollekopf

What should you consider when choosing an email hosting provider? What are some of the options users have when searching for good email providers, especially if you also want to look at enterprise options? Is it good enough to opt for what your web host offers or to use a service like GSuite? What are some of the things you should think about when going the self-hosting route? In this episode, Joe and Christian discuss how to address options and issues surrounding email hosting.

“I think usually it [email] is something that you are going to use for quite a long time. It’s like a very central part of your infrastructure typically. So, I think it’s definitely worth considering a couple of options,” says Christian. When choosing the right hosting provider, it’s worth considering things like what are the features you require, whether it’s simply email or also calendars and tasks, whether you need shared folders and calendars, and which type of client do you want. Another factor to consider is vendor lock in – just in case you want to transfer to another hosting provider and how easy will it be for you to migrate your data to another system.

If vendor lock in is an issue of concern for you, then the question arises whether you can self-host your email. What happens when you do that? Some common issues to watch out for are to make sure that other servers can distinguish between genuine email coming from your server and spam coming from other servers, pretending to come from your server, to ensure that your server doesn’t send spam, and reputation management of your domain. To read some of the best practices of self-hosting email, go here.

Key Takeaways

In This Episode: Choosing An Email Hosting Provider, Reputation Management and Taking Back Control - Next Level Ops Podcast: Working with Self-hosting Email with Christian Mollekopf - Plesk

  • What should someone consider when choosing an email hosting provider? Your email is probably going to be a central part of the infrastructure and you’ll use it for a long time to start out by keeping this in mind. The second thing is to consider the features you need, such as a calendar, for example. Do consider your email’s interoperability and vendor lock-in. You should be able to migrate away if you want to.
  • What are the benefits of self-hosting over using a service like Gmail? One word: Control. You maintain control over your solution. If you self-host, you have more control over your email.
  • As a hosting provider, what are some of the pitfalls of hosting email? The biggest pitfall is reputation management. Other services that receive email have to fight a lot of spam. Track the reputation of domains and IP addresses.
  • What features in Plesk help with email hosting? SPF, DMARK, DKIM are built-in. Other UIs for important measures like rate and message size limits and the Plesk Email Security extension with anti-spam. Find out more about the features here.

…Alright Pleskians, it’s time to hit the play button if you want to hear the rest. If you’re interested in hearing more from Next Level Ops, check out the rest of our podcasts. We’ll be back soon with our last installment.

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