I'm not your (regex) pal, buddy; he's not your friend, guy...
Get hands-on with NetDevOps, have a virtual pal help with your Regular Expressions, some coders have put a Bun in the Node.js Oven and some obligatory AI mentions
Back to school week is always a bit of a slog, we’re sending you virtual hugs and ❤️ to keep going. Let’s dive in; ⬇️
Hans-on with NetDevops is a detailed walk-through and series of Labs to get you familiar with the world of NetDevOps quickly, first learning then using what you learnt on six real-world scenarios
RegEx Pal lets you quickly test your Regular Expressions (RegEx) against sample data in the browser, only to find that one piece of your sample breaks the match pattern (🤨 UK Postcodes, and your “well-defined” format)
Thoughts on AZ-700 exam from an Engineer new to Azure Networking but up for the challenge of a Cloud Network-focussed Exam has some thoughts about Microsoft’s approach in the exam
PyFlo is a great interactive learning tool for beginners wanting to master Python, with possibly the nicest UI for learning we’ve ever seen
8 Reasons Why WhatsApp Was Able to Support 50 Billion Messages a Day With Only 32 Engineers is a fascinating read into how you can actually do less with more if you have the right organisational structure and culture in place (⚖️ Conway’s Law, anyone?)
The Contrarian Strategy of OpenAI is an interesting opinion piece that also fulfils the need to talk about at least one AI thing per edition, as is the 👜 fashion these days
Are self-driving cars already safer than human drivers? provides pause for thought at the common unconscious bias that we aren’t all as good drivers as we think we are anyway
Mustafa Suleyman on getting Washington and Silicon Valley to tame AI from one of the creators of DeepMind delves into some of the politics at play today behind new Tech and AI company launches
GitHub’s recent outage on Sep 5th is good to remind your boss of why you had an early finish that day for totally legitimate reasons 🙈
Slack AI will summarize your work chat starting this winter unless like us, you’re forced to use Microsoft Teams, so will have to wait a bit for them to
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That’s all for this week, but if you have any tip-offs or tidbits you’d like us to feature then please feel free to let us know at email@example.com and we’ll see if we can add them in 💬.
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