Amazon has 14 “values”, called the Leadership Principles, that are used every day and drive mechanism on how to solve problems and how to approach new projects. In this article, I will explain all those principles, and what they represent.
You are probably familiar with the *ngIf directive in Angular. Let’s use how we can create a new one that uses the same principle but displays a loading spinner.
I am working as a software engineer at Amazon, in the small country of Luxembourg, since March 2018. I first started as an intern, and after 6 months, I joined a new team as full time employee. I’ve been in this team since then, and here’s what a typical day looks like for me.
You’ve chosen which language you’re gonna learn, you found a tutorial you like, and you started learning programming! Let’s talk about the mistakes you should avoid, and the ways you can improve your learning experience
Despite AWS recommending to use Dagger for dependency injection in your Java lambdas, you might be required to use Guice as your injection framework, for example to port an existing application running somewhere else into a lambda, and without the time to make the change. Let’s see how to do that!
So you started learning programming a few weeks ago, it’s tough but you like it, and you want to know what are the next steps? This article is for you. I will be going over the few things that are critical for any programmer and that will help you reach the next level.
There are so many ways to shuffle a deck of playing cards that each time a deck is dealt, it is a new combination that has, most likely, never been seen before by anyone on Earth.
Let’s see how we can generate a random deck of card for any game you may want to create!
It is very easy to secure your Laravel endpoints to make sure only authenticated users have access. It’s not that easy to make it so only guests can have some accesses, let’s change this!