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Learning to code? Browse resources at your own pace on Google, YouTube and Twitch

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With a new year approaching, there could be a new opportunity for growth, with new skills and new ambitions. As we discussed on Technical.ly this month, it can also lead to a new tech job.

Computer systems and design ranked in the top ten industries earning more than 200k in both Baltimore and DC, according to Technical.ly data. So it goes without saying that the switch to the technical field can be lucrative. Often it’s not about what you want to do, but how you acquire the skills to get there. This summary is a brief overview of resources you can refer to for breaking into encryption.

Here’s to jump-starting self-improvement. Note that these are not actual universities, but rather the sites one can use to find and learn resources.

Google university

For those who excel at self-direction and motivation, many of the answers are searchable on Google. It’s just a matter of looking in the right places. Here are a few hints:

fireship.io

A place to learn to build web and mobile apps. It has a pro course paid model, but also has free classes.

Code Academy

Engineer Eric Solender told us he used this resource to learn the basics of Python when it was mostly free. Now it has a paid model, but there are still plenty of free resources on the site.

Libraries to quickly get started with resources in Application Programming Interface or (API) development include:

  • Fast API, which helps build the web framework with python for beginners.
  • flask, a quick way to learn and get started with web development.

MIT open course

Take computer science classes and courses from the renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology for free.

Unlock Academy

Another paid course, which is equivalent to the course as technology and coding, is becoming more mainstream as a career path. The hook with this training site is that it is owned by Black and the content is created by Black developers.

Twitch University

If you need more interaction with the teacher or a substitute for the mentor/mentee relationship, then following a few streamers on the platform Twitch and showing up for the weekly classes might be for you.

mastermnd.io

This is Baltimore’s Twitch channel Aaron Brooks and his company mastermnd.io, which also offers free programming courses from Google University. Brooks is currently streaming the entire 22-week Betamore software engineering training program on the Twitch channel. The course currently runs for two weeks and six lessons in class, but you can catch up by watching the on-demand videos.

There’s also a Twitch software developer niche that consists of streaming while you work, which is a great opportunity to see some of the skills you learn at Google University in action, as well as pick live techniques from sources from more experienced developers.

Along with browsing the Software and game development category, there is TheOnlyDevs team. It features many developers and software engineers of similar quality to Brooks. Some focus on game development, while others focus on machine learning or even creating bots. They run the whole range. Here are a few to check out:

GamesnGoals

This Twitch channel follows the “streaming while working” model of software development Joshua Lynch, featured in one of our previous “So You Want to be a Software Developer pieces on UX design for web.

YouTube University

For the visual learners of the world who need to see the code in action. Here are a few channels to follow:

Kevin Powell

It’s all about frontend development, so if you like HTML and CSS, this is the place to go.

Eddie Jaoude

Here’s a great place for tips and advice on how to maximize your Github and freelance in tech. If you’re into full stack development, i.e. developing both frontend (client side) and backend (server side) parts of web applications, this is a great place to start.

Derek Banas

Here’s a one-stop shop for tutorials on a variety of software and languages. There are playlists on Frameworks (Full Stack)” and “Javascript UI Libraries tools like Django and Reply. Along with playlists of language tutorials like C++ and Python.

Technically

In addition to videos about startups and the entrepreneur’s journey, our own channel has tutorials on Kubernetes and pycharm.


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Amazon Gives Rs 650 Crore in Amazon Wholesale (India)

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US-based e-commerce giant Amazon has injected fresh capital amounting to Rs 650 crore into one of its Indian units, Amazon Wholesale (India), according to regulatory documents. Amazon Corporate Holdings Private Limited and Amazon.com.incs Limited have made an investment of Rs 650 crore in the wholesale B2B arm of Amazon India, according to documents filed with the Ministry of Business Affairs and shared by market research firm Tofler. The allocation date was October 26, 2021, it added.

Amazon India did not respond to email inquiries. According to the documents, a significant portion of the funds (over Rs 649.94 crore) came from Amazon Corporate Holdings Pvt Ltd. The new funds will provide Amazon in India with more arsenal to bolster its wholesale B2B business in India. Amazon has aggressively invested in several business units in India. These investments have been leveraged to expand infrastructure and add solutions to improve the consumer and merchant experience.

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In October, Amazon had also deposited fresh capital amounting to Rs 1460 crore into Amazon Seller Services – the marketplace that helps sellers sell their products online in India and internationally.

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Comfortable and dry weather this week, rain returns over the weekend

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SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – This week is in for a treat as we will have comfortable and dry weather through Friday, we will pay for the great weather by dealing with some rain for the coming weekend.

Cold air will greet the early risers today as temperatures at dawn will be in the 30s and low 40s. The wet ground from the recent rain and cool temperatures is allowing some patchy to dense fog to form, it won’t be a widespread problem but valleys and lowland areas will see some dense fog until 8am

High temperatures expected on Monday afternoon

A subtle weather change today will have a big impact on our weather this week. The wind will shift from the northeast to the south today. This will start a warming trend that will continue for the rest of the week. Highs should be comfortably above 60 this afternoon with a light breeze from the southeast at 5 to 10 miles per hour. After breaking through the morning fog in some areas, it will be sunny in the afternoon and early evening with clear skies at night.

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The south wind will bring a warming trend for the day and night. Mornings will generally remain cool, but tonight’s lows are forecast to be in the 40s, we may not see 30 degree temperatures for the rest of the week.

Monday night on Tuesday morning forecast low temperatures

Peaks will be in the low 70s under partly cloudy skies Tuesday, with mostly sunny to partly cloudy weather expected to continue through Friday. Highlights will be in the mid to upper 70s Wednesday through Friday.

Our next cold front is approaching the ArkLaTex late Friday, it’s possible we’ll see some rain late in the day, but for now I’ll leave the Friday forecast dry. This front will move into the ArkLaTex on Saturday, bringing with it a series of showers and thunderstorms throughout the day, with some rain lasting through Sunday. Saturday appears to be the day with the most weather as there is a chance that the rain will clear quickly enough to keep Sunday dry in many areas. If you have outdoor plans this weekend, stay tuned for the weather forecast throughout the week.


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COVID Gourmand: Restaurant Guide Published by Beijing CDC

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COVID Gourmand: Restaurant Guide Issued By Beijing CDC

Last Friday, foodies and restaurateurs alike held their breath on my WeChat moments after Beijing’s CDC released the travel history of a person who came to Beijing from Shanghai and then tested positive for COVID-19, fearing this unexpected news could lead to yet another round of tightened restrictions on the capital’s already suffering F&B industry. Fortunately, as they have done so many times in the past, once the city identified where the traveler had eaten during their stay, the city took swift action and massively conducted nucleic acid tests on the restaurant staff. At the time of going to press, all those tests were negative and since then the required two-week incubation period has passed, meaning it is relatively safe for these restaurants to reopen.

Perhaps even more surprising, however, is that the list of restaurants visited by the infected person and their travel group ended up attracting even more attention than the case itself, as it was part of a carefully mapped out itinerary. Many of my friends therefore decided to repeat their tour of Suzhou, with several museums, communities with traditional architecture and immaculate gardens. Entertaining, instead of continuing with their tour the culture passing through the capital, this particular group decided to roam the city and stop at several hidden gem restaurants where they partook in delicacies and booze. Despite the fact that Beijing is often referred to as a culinary desert, these adventurers clearly knew their way around the city’s food scene and where to find some sparkling oases. So let’s go through this list and see what the restaurants have to offer.

Nuoyan

still thinking baijiu is the end of the Chinese libation culture? Then you might want to pay a visit to this small bistro. Hidden in the hutongs near Beixinqiao, Nuoyan is a go-to place for those looking to get lost in the diverse world that is rice wine, which can be much milder than its famously strong cousin. This slightly sweet drink is generally softer and can even be considered a weekday drink for those who want to drink socially. Not to mention, it’s more versatile when combined with food. At Nuoyan you can order a test flight with an arsenal of classic and new products.

For example, they have a rose rice wine that really lives up to its name, with a floral scent that blossoms from the infused drink. With a sip of this slightly sour, slightly sweet flower dew, the aroma reaches the tip of your tongue and flows through the body. Conversely, if you prefer a more traditional taste, clear rice wine and osmanthus-scented rice wine are also on the menu.

Aside from the drinks, Nuoyan offers a tapas menu of dishes specifically designed to enhance the flavor of the rice wine, such as stir-fried conch, marinated tofu, or roasted chicken. No wonder those travelers stayed here from 5pm to midnight.

M of course

Located on the third floor of Taikooli’s Nali Patio, I don’t suspect M Natural is a strange name for foodies or those who live in Sanlitun. It is known for a bold, fun menu inspired by diverse culinary cultures from around the world. And at a time when the word “fusion” is nothing more than a gimmick used by restaurants too lazy to deliver authentic regional flavors, M Natural is one of the few to understand the depth of its meaning and secret chemical reactions. between ingredients with different cultural backgrounds.

In addition to the seasonal wines featured on their drinks menu, M Natural – as the name suggests – is also famous for its natural wine selection. This emerging new winemaking trend is still a rarity in China, but has gradually expanded in the market with unique and wild flavors that are a product of manual harvesting techniques, as well as other requirements such as minimal human intervention in the fermentation process, and minimal or no artificial additives used during production.

Loneliness

The name of this restaurant is derived from the owner’s experience of completing four quarantines in a year due to frequent travel between France and China. Fear not though, as you won’t feel isolated in a quarantine cell when dining here. Rather, the food served is familiar home style with heartwarming service to boot, making you feel like you’re dining at a good friend’s house.

As you browse Solitude’s menu, you may notice the influence of French cuisine and the inspiration that comes from the owner’s world-traveling adventures. However, it is probably the impressive wine cabinet that catches everyone’s attention when entering the restaurant – a wide collection that ensures there is always a first choice for every occasion.

Hai Jing Ge

Finally, a restaurant on the west side of town earned its spot on this list. Compared to the previous restaurants and gastropubs, Hai Jing Ge remains closer to the diverse landscape of traditional Chinese gastronomy. Their menu features many regional delicacies, especially from southern China, including Anhui bamboo and canton steamed grouper.

Since it’s further from downtown, the dining experience at Hai Jing Ge offers diners a rare serenity often hard to find in a thriving metropolis like Beijing. And it’s only a short drive to the Summer Palace, making it the perfect place to spend some quality free time when out and about.

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