I have been working on the problems in Codility to get better at the algorithms and also to expand the way I solve problems in general. One common thing I notice with using Python as the language is that, sometimes the solutions are so simple I wonder if I learnt anything at all.
Unit testing a big python application comes with its own set of worries which includes mocking calls to parts of code which we will test somewhere else.
I was woken up today with the following question:
I currently work with the Gluu Federation – an open source company. My present job is to build a Web UI for the cluster management using the available API.
Woke up today morning and saw this piece on High Frequency Trading. I have already read Michael Lewis’Flash Boys and The Big Short which has kindled a strong dislike towards this HFT, not before dreaming about millions by doing it. When I hit this
Typing tutor is a known ancient domain to work on. There are a number of places online/offline, tangible/intangible places to learn typing. But Srikanth (@logic) stumbled on a peculiar problem when worked for the Wikimedia Language Engineering team. The new age Indic input methods involved in computers seem to have no place to learn how to type on them. The only way seems to be – have a visual reference for the layout and begin typing one key at a time. This might be the most inefficient method of learning to input information. So what do we do?