“What…? You want to actually delete the database record!!! Data loss? Why would someone do such a thing?”
This is the type of paranoia that pervades the software industry. It may not matter to an entry-level developer, but senior developers and especially business folks take data loss very seriously. And why shouldn’t they? After all, data, no matter how little, is still data.
Any data that is considered inconsequential now could be a source of possible insights in the near future. As a result, data loss paranoia is understandable, as is the preference for logical deletes over physical ones. …
Are you aware that NoSQL is an acronym? “Not Only Structured Query Language” is what it stands for.
It’s vital to note that the “No” refers to “Not Only” and not the word “no”.
This does make sense as many NoSQL databases do support SQL queries. They may not be Relational Database Systems, but they nonetheless make use of SQL for simplicity. This difference is vital not just because many NoSQL databases support SQL-like queries, but also because relational and non-relational databases are regularly utilised in the same application.
Technology is like Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection or popularly known as “survival of the fittest”. According to the hypothesis, all species of animals emerge and develop as a result of natural selection of minor, hereditary differences that improve an individual’s capacity to compete and survive.
Does it ring a bell? That’s right. Every new technology that emerges replaces the old one or simply evolves to a better one. It’s like CRT to LCD to LED to OLED. It may not take as long as natural evolution but the principle still stands.
Remote Server access is the bread and butter of a DevOps and System Engineer. Even a developer, especially a full-stack one, needs to visit the servers for deployment, setup and debugging. It often appears that a large group of engineers necessitate this privilege within the organization. This makes remote accessibility more prone to negligence furthermore security concerns.
There are numerous ways to solve remote access dilemmas. It mainly involves the use of a VPN or Bastion Server to secure entry to VPC or simply allowing fewer public IPs to access the server via firewall or Security Groups. …
We often come across those fancy UIs with exciting animations and gorgeous yet sophisticated look and feel. The last few years have brought dramatic changes to the graphical user interfaces. Not only seen in mobile applications but also on the web app, smart TVs and even refrigerator. Contribution to making stuff look fancier in technology has never been anything less than incredible. The flexibility one gets on the web development with the implementation of CSS at its uttermost glory, keeps thing exciting with time and efforts put into the final product. New frameworks are spawned every day. And old ones…
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