One of the most efficient ways of getting better at coding is to simply build as many things as possible.
Coding challenges are a fun way to level up your skills by building things. Use this article as a source of inspiration, grab something from the list, and let’s start building!
If you’re in a hurry and never want to run out of coding ideas — I’ve compiled a list of over 100 challenges here.
You can use any tools you like for the challenges, so if you’ve got something you’d like to practice, feel free to give it a go.
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2021 is around the corner. Time to deep dive through the most typical big data analytics issues, investigate possible root causes, and highlight the potential solutions to those.
It’s always better to think smart from the very beginning when your big data analytics system is yet at the concept stage. Any fixes might be quite expensive to implement once the system is already up and running.
In today’s digital world, companies embrace big data business analytics to improve decision-making, increase accountability, raise productivity, make better predictions, monitor performance, and gain a competitive advantage. However, many organizations have problems using business intelligence analytics on a strategic level. According to Gartner, 87% of companies have low BI (business intelligence) and analytics maturity, lacking data guidance and support. The problems with business data analysis are not only related to analytics by itself, but can also be caused by deep system or infrastructure problems.
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In the previous articles of this series, I’ve demonstrated a method of integrating Django templates and Vue in such a way that preserves the strengths of both frontend frameworks.
Since those articles were published, Vue3 has been released, bringing a variety of improvements and a list of breaking changes. With these numerous changes, the code examples from the prior articles in this series no longer work directly with Vue3. But happily, with only a few isolated changes, the same general approach works well with Vue3 and, moreover, the code becomes, in my opinion, simpler. In fact, we need not alter our components, our Vuex stores, or even our vue.config.js to work with Vue3. Rather, the required changes are limited to the app initialization logic.
Instead of rehashing the ideas and approach described in prior articles of this series, this article will instead enumerate the changes needed to adapt the Vue2 solution to Vue3. At the same time, I’ll introduce a couple of additional changes that, while not strictly necessary for Vue3, improve the overall quality of the Vue + Django integration.
If you’re just starting with Vue + Django, I suggest reading from the start of these articles to learn more about the general approach utilized in this article. Or, to start hacking immediately, check out the sample application source code.
In Vue2, app initialization was generally done with
new Vue() constructor. However, this approach was eliminated in Vue3, so instead we will adapt the code to use the new
createApp() method. Similarly, we no longer can instantiate the Vuex store with
new Vuex.store() but will instead use
Both these changes are straightforward adaptations based on the Vue migration guide.
However, our usage with Django necessitates a couple additional changes. First, we must provide for passing of properties from Django template, as our previous approach, which relied on
new Vue(), no longer works. Second, as we may potentially be adding several Vue apps to a single page, it behooves us to extract our app/store creation logic into a callable function.
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In terms of security, there are numerous challenges that you may encounter, especially in big data. Generally, big data are huge data sets that may be calculated using computers to find out relations, patterns, and trends, primarily which is linked to human interactions and behavior.
Since big data contains huge quantities of personally identifiable information, privacy becomes a major concern. The consequences of security breaches affecting big data can be devastating as it may affect a big group of people. For this reason, not only will the damage be reputational, but there would also be legal ramifications that organizations have to deal with.
Fortunately, there are numerous ways on how to overcome big data security challenges like bypass geo blocking , including the following:
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Today, we are happy to deliver the first preview of .NET 6 and share what you can expect from the new release. We have been defining the overall shape of the release for the last few months, including a large set of new experiences and capabilities. The heart of .NET 6 is delivering the final parts of the .NET unification plan that started with .NET 5. The release will also include major improvements across all parts of .NET, including for cloud, desktop, and mobile apps. It will take multiple previews for the larger scope of the release to be fully available in .NET 6 builds.
You can download .NET 6 Preview 1, for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
See the ASP.NET Core and EF Core posts for more detail on what’s new for web and data access scenarios.
.NET 6 has been tested with Visual Studio 16.9 Preview 4 and Visual Studio for Mac 8.9. We recommend you use those builds if you want to try .NET 6.
The rest of the both is split into two sections: a first look at what we’re delivering for .NET 6 generally (what you’ll get in November), and what’s new in Preview in particular.
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