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Just because you can code, doesn't mean you can pass a coding interview. Pramp is a peer-2-peer mock interviews platform, where you can practice your coding skills on demand. Pramp's matching algorithm will make sure you'll get to practice with other awesome engineers like yourself. After a few successful mock interviews, we'll reach out with real job offers at top companies.
This post discusses web security issues that I come across – so far thankfully mostly by reading about them. It is a work in progress which I’ll keep updating. The post title includes “advanced” because the topics discussed here involve clever, non-trivial hacks, are novel at the time of their publication and often combine features with non-obvious consequences.
Google (pbuh) has both the most popular web browser (Chrome) and the two most popular websites (#1 Google.com #2 Youtube.com). Therefore, they are in control of future web protocol development. Their first upgrade they called SPDY (pronounced "speedy"), which was eventually standardized as the second version of HTTP, or HTTP/2. Their second upgrade they called QUIC (pronounced "quick"), which is being standardized as HTTP/3.
Digitization promises to make medical care easier and more efficient. But are screens coming between doctors and patients?
Back in 2016, I started developing a cross-platform file manager called fman. Its goal: To let you work with files more efficiently than Explorer on Windows or Finder on Mac. If you know Total Commander and Sublime Text, a combination of the two is what I am going for.
A list of practical projects that anyone can solve in any programming language (See solutions). These projects are divided in multiple categories, and each category has its own folder.