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ML Can Prevent Getting Burned for Kubernetes Provisioning - The New Stack

In this episode of TNS Makers podcast, StormForge’s Yasmin Rajabi and Patrick Bergstrom look at how to properly provision Kubernetes resources and handle the associated challenges.

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How to Make a Responsive Mega Menu in HTML CSS | HackerNoon

In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a mega-menu in HTML/CSS, also called a "dropdown menu".

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Threat Hunting the Easy Way | HackerNoon

Threat hunting can feel impossible. It doesn't have to be that way, in this post I share how I have found attackers (and success) with threat hunting!

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Paying Attention to Every Detail: How to Work With the Metrics to Increase Your Revenue | HackerNoon

Every significant business result consists of micro-level metrics that one can and should manage daily. Learn how to increase your revenue with small steps.

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Code for How to Build a GUI QR Code Generator and Reader in Python - Python Code

Code for How to Build a GUI QR Code Generator and Reader in Python - Python Code

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How to Build a GUI QR Code Generator and Reader in Python - Python Code

Learn how to build a complete GUI QR code generator and reader program in Python using Tkinter, qrcode and OpenCV libraries.

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2022 World cUp in Upland | HackerNoon

How to play 2022 World Cup in Upland

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Hey, Content Creator! Here are 7 Tools You Can't Do Without | HackerNoon

Ready to boost your content creation skills to the next level? Stand out from the competition with these 7 tools for content creators!

AWS launches new chips, replacement for TCP | Network World

AWS re:Invent: An Arm-based CPU for high-performance computing, a networking chip that doubles performance of its predecessor, and a TCP protocol replacement to speed up networks in the AWS cloud.

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LastPass Suffers Another Breach, and This Time Customer Data Is Affected | PCMag

The hacker used data obtained from an August breach to gain access to customer information. LastPass is still investigating the incident.

NanoPi R5C: FriendlyELEC starts selling new compact single-board computer for US$49 and up - NotebookCheck.net News

FriendlyELEC has brought another single-board computer (SBC) to market. The NanoPi R5C is available from US$49, for which you receive a 58 x 58 mm SBC powered by the Rockchip RK3568B2 chipset, LPDDR4X RAM and eMMC flash storage, among other features.

JX1 mini-PC debuts with Intel Celeron N5105 processor and unusual ports arrangement - NotebookCheck.net News

The JX1 combines a 10 W Intel Jasper Lake processor with LPDDR4 RAM and an M.2 2280 SSD. Offered with 8 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of storage, the JX1 features all rear-mounted ports, unlike most mini-PCs.