Make a Cut and Paste Feature Service in Finder Mac OS use Automator App — Jejak


Cut and paste, I don’t think it’s a very useful function when we are cleaning file or folder in our computer. That function is more important when we use Mac OS, because there aren’t a Cut function in that folder management (Finder). Actually we can use Copy or Duplicate, but it’s not effective for me, […]

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7 things you should know when getting started with Serverless APIs — CSS-Tricks


I want you to take a second and think about Twitter, and think about it in terms of scale. Twitter has 326 million users. Collectively, we create ~6,000 tweets every second. Every minute, that’s 360,000 tweets created. That sums up to nearly 200 billion tweets a year. Now, what if the creators of Twitter had […]

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Secret algorithm to learn anything new — Cold Brew


I thought learning was all about the hours you put in. There is a difference between “knowing something” and “knowing the name of something” Step 1: Teach it to a childTake out a blank sheet of paper and write the subject you want to learn at the top.A lot of people tend to use complicated vocabulary […]

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Re-render HTML when an array is modified in JS — JDSpaceIT


The source of this post is this question on SFSE. Based on the question whenever a tracked array was modified in JS, the contents did not reflect back on the HTML. The documentation mentions: Lightning Web Components tracks changes to the internal values of these types of reactive properties: Primitive values Plain objects created with {…} […]

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5 questions to ask before migrating Windows and SQL Server 2008 to the cloud — DXC Blogs


Most midsized companies have relied on Windows and SQL Server 2008 for the past decade to run essential business applications. Now that these long-trusted products are coming to end-of-life (EOL) status, businesses still running these systems face hard decisions. It’s a major challenge for many organizations, and a full-blown crisis for some. But I’ve always […]

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Introducing the vRealize Operations Sizing Tool — vmWARS


Introducing the vRealize Operations Sizing Tool Introducing the vRealize Operations Sizing Tool Whether you are deploying vRealize Operations for the first time or you have a current cluster and want to validate your cluster node size and number of nodes you will want to use the vRealize Operations Sizing Tool which was published late last […]

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Objective 7.1 – Manage virtual networking — VMvTips


It’s been a while since my last bog on configuring virtual networking as I got stuck with some issues and work. I am drafting those issues as part of blog as some were quite interesting. So keep following as more adventure is yet to come. In last blog, we look at how to configure virtual […]

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