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    OpenSSL issue in python socket script hosted on AWS about 8 days ago

    This script uses sockets to listen to incoming connections from different sources, like web pages, curl, get, or any scripting language. On my local machine, I used the "" and 8000 port on which the socket will listen for incoming connections and it worked fine, I was sending/receiving back the data from this host:port via socket, but then I tried to send the request to the via a different...
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    How to understand IO enough not to introduce Memory Leaks... about 2 days ago

    I started out building some services recently for testing (such as mocking, placeholders) etc using Crystal. I've deployed some of the apps to . Although everything worked at first, I tried adding stumpy_png to my HTTP server to respond with dummy images. But that's when memory happened only to raise, without releasing.
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    Rapid growth, lessons learned and improvements at about 19 days ago

    I'm a co-founder at Northflank. This is what we've spent 3+ years building. I am sympathetic with much of Kurt's post. We spent a long time building solutions to several of the areas highlighted (managed PG, persistent volumes, secret management and service discovery). Making radical changes to architecture on a live cloud platform is always a challenge. On the front-end Northflank is a...
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    How I built and got over 300 users w/... about about 21 hours ago:

    On that note, the tools I used to build this app definitely helped me build it quickly. I used the PERN stack; Postgres, Express, React, and Node, via a full-stack framework called Wasp which gets things done fast and with less code. I tackled the UI with Chakra-ui, whose React components make UI a lot easier and keep things looking fresh. I integrated the Stripe API for payments, and of course the OpenAI API for...
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  6. Vercel is the platform for frontend developers, providing the speed and reliability innovators need to create at the moment of inspiration.

    How to make good DX(Developer Experience): Empathize about 1 day ago

    That explains why in recent years, there has been a growing trend toward investing in DX toolkits. Perhaps the most notable example of this trend is Vercel, which has raised more than $300M by offering a powerful combination of an open-source tool Next.js and a platform that streamlines the process of building and deploying web applications.