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Safely Validating Usernames with Amazon Cognito

Safely Validating Usernames with Amazon Cognito
You may be surprised to learn, as I was, that in Amazon Cognito both usernames and emails are treated as case-sensitive. I recently added custom signup validati...

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Speech Analysis Could Help Diagnose PTSD

Speech Analysis Could Help Diagnose PTSD
Speech analysis and machine learning may have found distinct markers in people's voices that could help diagnose post-traumatic stress disorder.

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Designing Bulletproof Code

Designing Bulletproof Code
Check out this article where we explore how to use a rich model against the anemic model to get data integrity and bulletproof Java code.

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How I wish to have started in DevOps

How I wish to have started in DevOps
A while ago, a friend of mine asked me to help him with his studies on DevOps tools. After some time, I e-mailed him with a list of tools he should learn and in...

Category: Cloud, Docker

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A first look at Google Cloud Run

A first look at Google Cloud Run
Google has launched Cloud Run, a new solution for running serverless applications based on Docker containers, this month at its Cloud Next ’19 conference. What...

Category: Security, Cloud

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Google cloud: new features of GKE clusters

GKE: new Features launched in Google next 2019. “Google cloud: new features of GKE clusters” is published by Docker Turtle

Category: Business, Cloud

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Can Enterprises Survive The Cloud Skills Crisis?

Can Enterprises Survive The Cloud Skills Crisis?
Cloud was always going to usher in a revolution in the I.T. industry. We have seen first-hand how businesses have been looking to transform their infrastructure...

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User Stories and Objects in OOP

User Stories and Objects in OOP
This developer muses on some of the commonalities that he sees between SOA, XP, and OOP, particularly on the similarities between user stories and objects.