If Google wants to be taken seriously, it needs to find ways to assure users it won’t kill new products

Google Stadia is dead, and the funeral is on January 18th, 2023. For now, it’s a walking corpse that users can continue to play on to finish out their games… and then it’ll be gone. Forever. Users will take little solace in the fact that at the very least, they’ll get all of the money … Read more

Teaching Kids Programming – Algorithms to Find the Lowest Common Ancestor of a Binary Search Tree

Teaching Kids ProgrammingVideos on Data Structures and Algorithms Given a binary search tree (BST), find the lowest common ancestor (LCA) node of two given nodes in the BST. According to the definition of LCA on Wikipedia: “The lowest common ancestor is defined between two nodes p and q as the lowest node in T that … Read more

The best way to find performance bottlenecks: observing production

Your customers are complainin’, your monitors are alertin’, your thumbs are a-twiddlin’—whatever the symptom, the problem is that your application is too slow. And you want to find out why, so you can fix it. You could spin up your application on your laptop, do some benchmarking, and try to find the bottleneck. Sometimes, that’s … Read more

python – BeautifulSoup does not return gives error for both find_all() and/or find()

Inspite of the correct html content selection, you can’t scrape all the data items from the webpage, you will get only 6 items because content is under html comment inside a script tag. See the proof step by step. Example with bs4: import requests from bs4 import BeautifulSoup headers = { ‘accept’: ‘text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,image/avif,image/webp,image/apng,*/*;q=0.8,application/signed-exchange;v=b3;q=0.9’, ‘accept-encoding’: ‘gzip, … Read more

AWS, Azure, and GCP: Find the Right Platform

The cloud computing market is one of the most dynamic and attractive industries in the world. It’s also incredibly complex, and it can be hard to know where to start if you’re looking for a cloud platform to support your business. The cloud is growing at a rapid pace, and it’s helping to democratize technology. … Read more

So what happened to this place?

July 1st, 2022, 12:14 AM #1 So what happened to this place? It seems kinda dead. Is there anybody from the 2000’s around. Hello Brad if you are … Read more

C# – LINQ to XML – Find Descendants where the attribute starts with something

I have attributes that start the same but have a different end. For example “Process.205”, “Process.101”. Originally I’m using it like this but this is only for an exact name public string XmlFindSurveyName(XElement pageContents, XNamespace nameSpace) { var docName = “”; var datasets = pageContents.Descendants(nameSpace + “Shape”).Where(x => (string)x.Parent.Parent.Attribute(“Name”) == “CFF Container.25”); foreach (var data … Read more

Find Extreme Values ​​in Arrays – Real Python

You’ve now seen examples of all the basic use cases for NumPy’s max() and maximum(), plus a few related functions. Now you’ll investigate some of the more obscure optional parameters to these functions and find out when they can be useful. Reusing Memory When you call a function in Python, a value or object is … Read more

r – Find overlapping letters in words

I’m wondering why you asked this, but it was a fun exercise regardless. Here’s my implementation: library(‘dplyr’) # define cars ————————————————————- original_cars <- c(“self”, “funny”, “nymph”) new_cars <- c(“house”, “garden”, “duck”, “evil”, “fluff”) cars <- c(original_cars, new_cars) # get all possible connections (‘parts’) per car ————————– car_parts <- lapply(seq_along(cars), (car_id) { car = cars[car_id] n … Read more