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Misconceptions of Software Engineer interviews at FAANG

... lead to a lot of stress and unnecessary baggage. Instead, you should move fast (or similar to the software engineering world - fail fast). In other words, keep interviewing even after you finished a round of interviews.


Quick Numbers in Software Engineering Cheatsheet

This is the front... just so you know Preface This article is a cheatsheet and a collection of tips/tricks for doing back of the envelope calculations. Numbers Data Types to Bytes Note: keep in mind that these are general estimates.


DataFrames (a software engineer's perspective)

What is a DataFrame? A DataFrame is a special data structure used primarily by data scientists and machine learning algorithms. It contains row and column data in tabular fashion by storing metadata about each column and row.


NFT from a Software Developer's perspective

What is a NFT? A NFT (non-fungible token) is: A unit of data for blockchains with smart contracts functionality (i.e. Ethereum, Cardano) Uniquely represents one entity One non-fungible token cannot be equivalent to another non-fungible token What does it contain? It contains these three bare essentials: An ID that guarantees uniqueness An owner The owner may change over time when NFTs are exchanged with buyers A link to the digital asset metadata Can be untrustworthy and centralized http links, or a link to darknet services / P2P distributed storages (i.


Useful Links

This is a personal list of useful resources for improving web stacks, frameworks, development, UX, whatever that I come across! Software Engineering The Absolute Minimum Every Software Developer Absolutely, Positively Must Know About Unicode and Character Sets (No Excuses!) Encryption vs.


Web Development 101

... can be understood by the client. As APIs, these are the first of its kind to appear in the software engineering world. Pros: Using RPC frameworks like gRPC can give you higher network performance than SOAP/REST/GraphQL by leveraging Protobuf's encoding/decoding features to reduce the message payload size, which results in very efficient data payloads Protobuf in particular can also give you schemas to work with in your APIs, such as a schema for interfacing message payloads and allowing cross-language interoperability It can be suitable for APIs that represents commands (for example, Join a Channel, Leave a Channel).


Data stores in Software Architectures

Use Cases There are many ways to store your data. In this article we'll walk through some examples of data storage in common system designs. Reminder: There is no single best storage choice and they may vary heavily depending on things such as access patterns and scale.