Transferring your credits from North South University might seem like a huge bureaucratic mess. But it is not. This post will guide you through the process of collecting the necessary papers for the process.
Grameenphone quietly rolled out its 013 series of numbers and it wrecked everything. No web service, including Google is working with this 013 series of numbers. Its time for developers to fix this mess and update every validation logic you may have for validating mobile numbers or MSISDNs. I enlisted a few RegExps for de-terrorizing… Continue reading GP launched 013: Update your RegExp!
Although something like Flask’s globally accessible request object is considered a terrible way of writing code (explicit is better than implicit), sometimes it makes sense to use it. For example, while passing a Correlation-ID to track a request’s life cycle through your micro-services.
We all use HTTP, develop for HTTP and think that we know HTTP. But, I believe as engineers we should never take things for granted; rather we should dissect everything that comes before us, recursively as many times as possible. So, let’s keep applying this principle for HTTP.
Often keeping multiple versions of Erlang or Elixir on the same machine might become necessary; also it helps to have the latest versions on your machine as soon as they are released. An amazing tool asdf is capable of doing just that. It makes things as easy as, asdf install erlang 20.3.2 asdf install elixir… Continue reading Erlang and Elixir: Managing Multiple versions with asdf
You are finally ready to start writing your first scientific paper, maybe for a journal or conference. But you don’t know where to start. You have heard of LaTeX, BibTex, Citations and nothing is really adding up. You just need easy and uncomplicated tools to work with. Learning about the new tools should not be… Continue reading 3 Tools To Help With Writing Scientific Papers