I know this all may seem like nitpicking, but it is important to how
the DK effect is interpreted. The vast majority of people who bring
it up seem to think that it applies only to dumb people and that it
says dumb people think they are smarter than smart people. Neither
of these things are true. Further – if you think it only applies to
other people (which itself, ironically, is part of the DK effect)
then you miss the core lesson and opportunity for self-improvement
and critical thinking.
In the afternoon, when returning from the town center, my mother and I
saw a orange tabby resting on top of a parked car. I was hoping to take a
photo of the cat while it was resting but it got scared and jumped off the car.
After a few attempts I was able to get closer to the shy tabby and take a few
photos of the cat with my iPhone 5.
Understanding what problems containers, Docker, and Kubernetes solve
is essential if you want to build modern cloud-native apps or if you
want to modernize your existing legacy applications. In this post,
we’ll go through what they are and how you can learn more to advance
to the next level.
Besides the "basic" commands of Git, everyone has their own little
Git tricks they use. I wanted to quickly write a list of my own
which I tend to alias in my .gitconfig. Scroll to the bottom to see
some fun git related commands that run outside of git! :)
[W]e introduce the ability for the curl command line tool to do
parallel transfers! Instead of doing all the provided URLs one by
one and only start the next one once the previous has been
completed, curl can now be told to do all of them, or at least many
of them, at the same time!