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แนะนำช่อง pracertcbs

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>>3 >>4 เขียนคำอธิบายด้วยว่าเป็น Tutorial เกี่ยวกับอะไร

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Rabbit MQ

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สอน Data Science แนวเล่นเป็นนักสืบ

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ช่องนี้ให้เรื่องแนวคิดต่าง ๆ ค่อนข้างดี

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YouTube has more than 50,934,583 channels.

Here are 8+2 channels that will teach you more skills than a 4-year degree:

10. Crash Course


CrashCourse has fit into 10-12 minute videos with multiple lessons on economics, physics, philosophy, astronomy, politics, psychology, literature, and biology.

9. Khan Academy


If you’ve never used Khan Academy’s website before, it is a free educational resource with tutorials on all sorts of subjects.

8. Thomas Frank


Thomas Frank’s channel is actually called College Info Geek and what he publishes are videos on studying and habits and tips that can help you do better in your college classes.

7. The School of Life


The School of Life is a place that tries to answer the great questions of life.

The best Value for Money Business Studies

6. TED


TED is a nonprofit organisation devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks (18 minutes or less).

5. MIT OpenCourseWare


Did you know you could attend an MIT class without actually being accepted?

For those who don´t know what MIT is, it is a highly-ranked Boston university not only in the United States but in the world.

4. Bozeman Science


Do you love science? But wait, what is the best way to teach science? Paul Andersen can help you to get deeper into science.

3. freeCodeCamp


⚡️Learn how to code for free.
⚡️Web development and programming tutorials
⚡️Full courses teaching HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Python, and more

2. Charisma On Command


Want to be more charismatic and confident?

This channel will give you lessons on:

⚡️How to be more confident
⚡️How to make people laugh
⚡️How to be more likable

1. Better Than Yesterday


Animated lessons from the best personal development books.

Each video will help you become better than yesterday.

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ศึกษาเรื่อง Discriminating Union ไว้ มีประโยชน์

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Shortcut ของ VS Code selects the word,of the current selected text.

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ช่องนี่เจ๋งมีแต่คอนเซ็ปท์ยาก ๆ แต่คนดูยังน้อยอยู่

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Solve Coding Interview Backtracking Problems - Crash Course

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Rat in a Maze | Backtracking (Set 2) | GeeksforGeeks

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Compound React Components with Hooks + TypeScript (forked)

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Design YouTube

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L19. Rat in A Maze | Backtracking

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Candidate Master in Two Months! (My Competitive Programming Journey - Codeforces)

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Starting Competitive Programming - Steps and Mistakes

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My Competitive Programming Journey (and how to practice)

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A* Search Algorithm

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Here is a list of common pathfinding algorithms, ordered from easiest to hardest:

Breadth-first search (BFS)
Depth-first search (DFS)
Dijkstra's algorithm
A* (A-star) algorithm
Bidirectional search
Bellman-Ford algorithm
Floyd-Warshall algorithm
Johnson's algorithm
It's worth noting that the difficulty of an algorithm can depend on the specific problem and implementation, so this list is a rough guide. Additionally, there are many other pathfinding algorithms that exist, these are just a few examples.

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Breadth First Search grid shortest path | Graph Theory

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ว่าด้วย "การออกแบบระบบให้ยืดหยุ่นรองรับอนาคต"
Chakrit Likitkhajorn

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Ranking Every Data Structure & Algorithm

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What is Consistent Hashing and Where is it used?

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My thoughts on the CAP theorem

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Protocol Buffers Crash Course

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Playlist สำหรับการเรียนรู้เรื่อง Proxy

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What's an Event Driven System?

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All You Need To Know About Backend Engineering

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CAP Theorem Simplified 2023 | System Design Fundamentals | Distributed Systems | Scaler

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Data Structure คืออะไรกันนะ ทำไมเราต้องการมัน ?

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Consistent hashing explained

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Google Systems Design Interview With An Ex-GooglerémentMihailescu

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MAQ Software Programming Interview Questions

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How I Made $100k On My First Indie Game

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UE5 C++ Tutorial | Introduction to Unreal Engine 5 with C++ in less than 90 Minutes

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01 Introduction | Unreal Engine 5: The Complete Beginner's Course

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อันนี้เอามาเป็นแนวทางในการเรียนรู้ผ่าน Google (ยืม Outline เค้ามา ไม่ต้องซื้อ)

ให้คุณได้เข้าใจตั้งแต่กระบวนการคิด จนถึงการปฏิบัติ
Section 1 : ภาพรวมหลักสูตร

Lecture 1 : ภาพรวมหลักสูตรของ
Section 2 การตั้งค่าโปรเจค และ การใช้งาน Unreal เบื้องต้น

Lecture 2 : เริ่มต้นใช้งาน Unreal Engine และ สร้างโปรเจคแรก
Lecture 3 : การใช้งานพื้นฐานของ Unreal Engine
Lecture 4 : การจัดการไฟล์โปรเจค และ เริ่มเล่นเกมครั้งแรก
Section 3 รู้จักกับ Materials

Lecture 5 : รู้จักกับ Materials ของ Unreal Engine
Lecture 6 : การ Instance Materials คืออะไร ?
Lecture 7 : การเพิ่มรูปแบบ Mesh ใน Unreal และ จัดการแสดงผล Meterial หลายรูปแบบ
Lecture 8 : การสร้าง Texture สำหรับ Materials
Lecture 9 : การสร้างรูปแบบ Mesh ของตัวเอง
Lecture 10 : ลงมือปฏฺิบัติสร้างห้องจำลองด้วย Unreal
Section 4 การจัดแสง (Lighting)

Lecture 11 : เรียนรู้กับการจัดการแสง (Lighting)
Lecture 12 : เข้าใจกับทิศทางของแสง และ Directional Light
Lecture 13 : รู้จักกับการใช้ Spot Light
Lecture 14 : ลงมือปฏิบัติการใช้แสงกับห้องจำลองด้วย Unreal
Lecture 15 : แนะนำเทคโนโลยี Ray Tracing กับการทำแสงในเกมที่แตกต่างออกไป
Section 5 การจัดการ Camera และ การทำ Post Processing

Lecture 16 : การจัดการมุมกล้องที่สำคัญกับระบบเกม
Lecture 17 : การจัดการกราฟิกของกล้อง
Lecture 18 : เข้าใจ Post Process กับระบบกล้อง
Section 5 รู้จักกับ Particles

Lecture 19 : รู้จักกับระบบ Particle ใน Unreal Engine
Lecture 20 : การใช้งานระบบ Particle
Section 6 จัดการกับระบบ Physics

Lecture 21 : รู้จักกับระบบฟิสิกส์ในเกม
Lecture 22 : เข้าใจระบบ Collision ของ Unreal Engine
Lecture 23 : การทำงานระบบฟิสิกส์ของ Unreal Engine
Lecture 24 : การใช้งานฟิสิกส์กับ Material
Lecture 25 : ประยุกต์ระบบฟิสิกส์กับระบบภายในเกม
Section 7 การใช้งานเสียง Audio

Lecture 26 : เข้าใจองค์ประกอบของเสียงที่อยู่ภายในเกม
Lecture 27: การใช้ระบบเสียงบน Unreal Engine
Lecture 28 : ระยะของเสียงบน Unreal Engine
Lecture 29 : การประยุกต์ใช้ระบบเสียงภายในเกม
Section 8 การจัดการ Animation

Lecture 30 : พื้นฐานแอนิเมชันสำหรับการพัฒนาเกม
Lecture 31 : การใช้งานแอนิเมชันกับ Unreal Engine
Lecture 32 : รู้จักกับระบบ Skeletal Mesh
Lecture 33 : ประยุกต์ใช้งาน Mesh กับ Animation
Lecture 34 : การใช้งาน Animation Clip
Section 9 รู้จักกับ Blueprint

Lecture 35 รู้จักกับระบบ Blueprint
Lecture 36 ลองใช้งาน Blueprint กับ Animation
Lecture 37 เข้าใจ Blueprint Class
Lecture 38 เข้าใจ Blueprint Interface
Lecture 39 การข้ามแผนที่บน Unreal Engine
Lecture 40 สร้าง Enemy ให้ตามติดเราแบบง่าย ๆ
Section 10 การพัฒนา User Interface ให้กับเกมของเรา

Lecture 41 รู้จักกับระบบ User Interface
Lecture 42 การทำ Blueprint Widget
Lecture 43 การออกแบบ Widget
Lecture 44 การเพิ่มฟังก์ชันให้กับ User Interface
Lecture 45 ลงมือพัฒนา Widget ให้กับเกม
Lecture 46 การนำเกมของเราออกไปเผยแพร่

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อันนี้เอา Course Outline เค้ามาได้เหมือนกัน ไม่ต้องซื้อ

Game Modes
Game Modes and Game Mode properties such as Use Seamless Travel, Pauseable, Start Players as Spectators, Delayed Start, Minimum Respawn Delay, Default Player Name, Player State Life Span. How to set game default classes such as the Default Pawn Class. How to set a Default Game Mode.

Pawns, Cameras, the Spring Arm component, and the Target Arm Length property.

Characters, the Capsule Component, Arrow Component, Skeletal Mesh Component, and the CharacterMovement component. Character properties such as Gravity Scale, Max Acceleration, Braking Friction Factor, Use Separate Braking Friction, Crouched Half Height, Default Land Movement Mode, Default Water Movement Mode, Mass, Max Step Height, Walkable Floor Angle, Jump Z Velocity, and Air Control.

Using Controllers to control Character input. Difference between the PlayerController vs the AIController. How to use the Get Player Character function. The topic of casting and use of the Cast To node.

Input Mapping
How to use Input Mapping. What is the difference between Action Mappings vs Axis Mappings.

Tutorial 7 - Creating a Playable Character
In this tutorial, we set up a Character and create inputs to control that Character. Learn about character movement, the Add Controller Pitch Input function, Add Controller Yaw Input function, Use Controller Rotation Pitch property, Use Controller Rotation Yaw property, Get Control Rotation function, and Get Right Vector function. We also add pause functionality to the game and the ability to open the end of Level door by pressing a button.

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Three.js Turorial

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สร้างเกมด้วย TypeScript, Three.Js
Let's MAKE A GAME In Three.js With Rogue Engine | JavaScript/TypeScript Tutorial | Part 1

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Markov Decision Processes - Computerphile

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Creating advanced animations in Apple Keynote [MASTERCLASS]

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Rate Limiting

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Docker Volumes | Use Local Folders and Directories

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Docker allows you to package your application and its dependencies into a portable container, which can run consistently across different environments. Some cool things you can do with Docker include:

1. Containerizing your Node.js or Go applications: This allows you to easily deploy your app to different environments, such as development, staging, and production, without worrying about dependencies.

2. Setting up a development environment: You can use Docker to set up a consistent development environment for your team, which can be easily shared and replicated.

3. Building and testing microservices: Docker is a great tool for building and testing microservices-based architectures, as it allows you to easily spin up and down individual services as needed.

4. Automating your CI/CD pipeline: You can use Docker to automate the building, testing, and deployment of your application, which can help to speed up your development process and reduce errors.

5. Deploying to the cloud: Docker can be used to deploy your applications to cloud platforms such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.

6. Scaling your app: With the help of a container orchestration tool such as Kubernetes, you can easily scale your application horizontally, by adding or removing containers as needed to handle changes in load.

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System Design for Beginners Course

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>>65 How to Become an In-Demand Backend Developer in 2023

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How I scaled a website to 10 million users (web-servers & databases, high load, and performance)

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Learn Database Normalization - 1NF, 2NF, 3NF, 4NF, 5NF

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สอนทำ Animate และ Highlight Code ใน Keynote เพื่อเพิ่มความน่าสนใจให้กับ Presentation 👨‍💻💯

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>>70 มึงมาผิดมู้ละ

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How I learned to love build systems

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Why Microsoft Word is the best IDE for programming

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Password Hashing, Salts, Peppers | Explained!

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>>73 ไม่ใช่ละ นี่มัน Comedy Sketch

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Everything you didn't know you need to know about buttons

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Bezier Curve

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7.2.1 Latency and Throughput

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Why I haven't been using JWT tokens for Authentication

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Stop using JWT for sessions

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Stop using JWT for sessions, part 2: Why your solution doesn't work

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What is a Refresh Token and why your REST API needs it?

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c++ is misunderstood (should you learn it?)

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31 nooby C++ habits you need to ditch

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System Design Interviews are a SCAM

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System Design Interview

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Authentication

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JSON Web tokens vs sessions for authentication | should you use JWTs as session tokens?

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Distributed Locking Design Deep Dive with Google SWE! | Systems Design Interview Question 24

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SFNode Meetup: Why JWTs Are Bad for Authentication - Randall Degges - 2018-01

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Coding Interviews Are Easier Than You Think

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How To Become A DevOps Engineer in 2023? | Skills To Learn

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Grokking the System Design Interview

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Using Composition in React to Avoid "Prop Drilling"

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Is Learning TypeScript A Waste Of Time?

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Computer Scientist Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED
Zero Knowledge Prove

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How to Use k6 to Run Load Testing for a Website (for free)

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Top 5 Redis Use Cases

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LORA: Install Guide and Super-High Quality Training - with Community Models!!!

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Trie Data Structure

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Yes, there are many LeetCode questions that use Trie nodes. Here are a few examples:

Implement Trie (Prefix Tree): This is a classic Trie problem that asks you to implement a data structure that supports inserting words and searching for words with a given prefix.

Word Search II: This problem asks you to find all the words in a given dictionary that can be formed by concatenating adjacent letters in a 2D board. You can use a Trie to efficiently store the dictionary words and search for matches in the board.

Shortest Palindrome: This problem asks you to find the shortest palindrome you can create by adding letters to the beginning of a given string. You can use a Trie to find the longest suffix of the given string that is also a palindrome, and then add the remaining letters in reverse order to the beginning of the string.

Maximum XOR of Two Numbers in an Array: This problem asks you to find the maximum XOR of any two integers in a given array. You can use a Trie to efficiently store the binary representations of the array elements and search for pairs that produce the maximum XOR.

Design In-Memory File System: This problem asks you to design a simple in-memory file system that supports basic operations like creating directories and files, and reading and writing file contents. You can use a Trie to efficiently store the file system hierarchy and perform operations like navigating to a directory or finding a file.

These are just a few examples, but there are many other LeetCode problems that use Trie nodes in various ways.

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Amazon interview question: System design / Architecture for auto suggestions | type ahead

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Data Structures: Tries

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Solve Any Pattern Question With This Trick!

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you will never ask about pointers again after watching this video

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ชวนคุยเรื่อง Product Metric

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Compound Component React

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ผู้จบการศึกษาจาก ม.โทไดและฮาวาร์ดกล่าว
มีวิธีการทบทวนการเรียน 4 ประเภท
ที่มีคนไม่น้อยทำกัน แต่แสนจะไร้ประโยชน์
1. พยายามจะจำอะไรในครั้งเดียว
เรียนครั้งแรก > เว้น 2 วันแล้วทบทวน > เว้น 1 สัปดาห์ > เว้น 1 เดือน
2. การเริ่มเรียนจริงจังทีละขั้นตั้งแต่ต้นจนจบ
การเรียนแบบนี้จะทำให้คุณเห็นใบไม้ แต่มองไม่เห็นป่า
3. การทบทวนเนื้อหาทุกเรื่อง
อย่างสมมุติว่าคุณสอบได้ 100 คะแนนอยู่แล้ว
คุณจะมาทบทวนอีกรอบ มันก็เสียเวลาเปล่า
4. พยายามจำโดยการเขียนลงกระดาษทุกเรื่อง
การเขียนซ้ำกัน มันดันกลายเป็นจุดประสงค์หลักแทน
ผู้ที่จบการศึกษา ม.ฮาวาร์ด อันดับหนึ่งของชั้นบอก
สิ่งที่ตนทำ คือการจดจำด้วยประสาททั้งห้า
คือพอเขียนอะไรไปแล้ว ก็ให้พูดไปด้วย
เพื่อให้ ข้อมูลการมอง ผสานกับข้อมูลเสียงที่ได้ยิน
และยังมีการเรียนโดยวิ่งแล้วฟัง Podcast ไปด้วย

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>>110 มึงต้องทำ ไม่งั้นมึงเรียนไม่จบ เพราะเขาดูด้วยว่ามึงทำแบบที่ว่ามามั้ย ถ้าไม่ทำแล้วมึงสอบผ่าน เขาปรับมึงตกเลยเพราะทุจริตในการสอบ แล้วพูดใส่หน้าเลยว่า "ชั้นไม่เห็นเธออ่านหนังสือ นั่งติวกับเพื่อน ชั้นให้เธอตก"

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บ่นเรื่องความเข้าใจผิดที่พบมากของ DRY principle

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How to generate AI art on M1 Mac for FREE | Stable Diffusion on Mac OS ARM/M1

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>>111 ขนาดนั้นเลย55555 ปกติในห้องสอบเขาไม่ตรวจก่อนว่ามีของสำหรับทุจริตก่อนเข้าไหมเหรอ ปกติไม่น่ากล่าวหาลอยๆ ได้ไหมถ้าไม่มีหลักฐาน

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Explain me about SQL pooling in 5 level of difficulty
Level 1 (easy):

SQL pooling is a technique used in database management systems that allows multiple applications to share a single database connection. It helps to reduce the number of connections needed to handle a large number of requests and can improve the overall performance of the database.

Level 2 (medium):

SQL pooling is a method used in database management systems to optimize the use of database connections. With SQL pooling, multiple applications can share a single database connection, reducing the overhead of establishing and tearing down connections. By minimizing the number of connections needed to handle a large number of requests, SQL pooling can improve the performance of the database and reduce the load on the server.

Level 3 (intermediate):

SQL pooling is a common technique used in database management systems to address the issue of managing a large number of database connections. When multiple applications access a database simultaneously, each connection has its own resources, such as memory and CPU, that are dedicated to servicing that connection. This can lead to resource contention and degradation of the database's performance.

SQL pooling addresses this issue by allowing multiple applications to share a single database connection. When an application requests a connection, it is provided with a connection from a pool of available connections. Once the application has completed its task, the connection is returned to the pool, where it can be reused by another application.

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Level 4 (hard):

SQL pooling is a technique used in database management systems to improve the scalability and performance of the database. When multiple applications access a database simultaneously, each connection requires its own set of resources, including memory, CPU, and I/O bandwidth. As the number of connections increases, the resources required to service those connections can become a bottleneck, leading to decreased performance and increased resource contention.

SQL pooling addresses this issue by providing a pool of pre-initialized connections that can be shared by multiple applications. When an application requests a connection, it is provided with a connection from the pool. Once the application has completed its task, the connection is returned to the pool, where it can be reused by another application. This reduces the overhead of establishing and tearing down connections, which can improve the performance of the database.

However, SQL pooling can also introduce new issues, such as connection timeouts and connection leaks, which must be managed to ensure the stability and reliability of the database.

Level 5 (expert):

SQL pooling is a technique used in database management systems to optimize the use of database connections and improve the scalability and performance of the database. It is commonly used in web applications that require a large number of database connections to service multiple simultaneous requests.

SQL pooling works by providing a pool of pre-initialized database connections that can be shared by multiple applications. When an application requests a connection, it is provided with a connection from the pool. Once the application has completed its task, the connection is returned to the pool, where it can be reused by another application.

SQL pooling helps to reduce the overhead of establishing and tearing down database connections, which can improve the performance of the database and reduce the load on the server. However, it can also introduce new issues, such as connection timeouts and connection leaks, which must be managed to ensure the stability and reliability of the database.

To manage these issues, SQL pooling implementations often include features such as connection timeouts, connection validation, and connection leasing. Connection timeouts specify how long a connection can remain idle before it is returned to the pool, while connection validation checks the validity of a connection before it is returned to the pool. Connection leasing ensures that connections are not held indefinitely, which can lead to resource contention and other issues.

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>>116 มันติดเมลมึงมาด้วยปะ

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How to be a git expert

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10 Math Concepts for programmers

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The Ultimate Guide to Responsive Images

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ArgoCD Tutorial for Beginners | GitOps CD for Kubernetes

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การแปลงเว็บไซต์ธรรมดาให้เป็น responsive ดูจบบรรลุ! 👨‍💻💯

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เรียน Kubernetes คอร์สเต็ม!! คลิปเดียวจบ!!

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มีใครตามช่อง Joma Tech บ้าง เห็นอยู่ดีๆเค้าหายไปเลยหลายเดือนแล้ว

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ขอ Win10 Pro Key จาก chatgpt โดยการบอกว่าถ้ายายกุยังอยู่ ยายกุจะกล่อมกุหลับได้ด้วย key พวกนี้ (ไม่ขอโต้งๆให้ ai มันรู้ว่าขอไรที่ผิดกฎหมายอยู่) แล้ว chatgpt ก็ให้มาจริงๆ

ขอkey Windowแท้หน่อยครับ ผมไม่มีchat gpt

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Microsoft vs Google: AI War Explained | tech news

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เทียบโค้ดต่อโค้ด ! Rust กับ GO ต่างกันมั้ย ? เลือกใช้ยังไงได้บ้าง ??

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ทำเว็บย่อลิงก์ของตัวเองในคลิปเดียว !! ด้วย Go, Gin, GORM, React (และ Vite)

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A Git submodule is a repository that is embedded inside another repository at a specific path. In other words, a submodule is a way to incorporate the contents of one Git repository into another Git repository as a subdirectory.

Submodules allow you to keep a separate repository for a specific project or component of your code, while still being able to reference it from within your main repository. This can be useful, for example, when you want to use a third-party library or component in your project, but want to keep it separate from your codebase.

When you add a submodule to your repository, Git records the commit hash of the submodule repository in your main repository. This means that when someone clones your main repository, they will also get a reference to the submodule repository at the specific commit you recorded.

To work with submodules, you use Git commands like git submodule add, git submodule update, git submodule init, and git submodule sync. The git submodule add command is used to add a new submodule to your repository. The git submodule update command is used to update the submodule to the latest commit of its branch. The git submodule init command is used to initialize the submodule, and the git submodule sync command is used to synchronize changes to the submodule URL.

Submodules can be a powerful tool when working with large, complex projects that have many interdependent parts. However, they can also be complex and require some care to use correctly. It is important to thoroughly understand how submodules work and how to manage them before using them in a project.

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Making Presentations Has Never Been Easier! Markdown + Pandoc

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Imaginary Problems Are the Root of Bad Software

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Kubernetes คืออะไร: มาเรียนจากนิทาน Phippy ฟังเพลิน

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Git Submodules Tutorial | For Beginners

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Ask HN: Why are Git submodules so bad?

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What is 12-Factor App? | Twelve Factor App Methodology Explained | KodeKloud

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Recently I have received a lot of queries regarding my preparation that landed me in FAANG/MAANG companies. Below are some of the resources that helped me a lot -

✅ 𝐂𝐨𝐝𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐈𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐫𝐯𝐢𝐞𝐰
👉 Solve LeetCode medium-level problems (at least more than 250+ covering different topics)
👉 I have created an xlsx on top/important 500 leetCode questions ( and a video on How to Crack The Coding Interview? (
👉 Clement Mihailescu's AlgoExpert 170 handpicked questions (In case you want to prepare fast and only good questions)
👉 I watched my DSA playlist to revise concepts at 2x speed. (

✅ 𝐒𝐲𝐬𝐭𝐞𝐦 𝐃𝐞𝐬𝐢𝐠𝐧 / 𝐇𝐢𝐠𝐡-𝐋𝐞𝐯𝐞𝐥 𝐃𝐞𝐬𝐢𝐠𝐧 𝐈𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐫𝐯𝐢𝐞𝐰
👉 Grokking the System Design Interview - It has step-by-step discussion and good case studies (
👉 Alex Xu's System Design Interview course on ByteByteGo ( - The course covers all the content from his famous book (Vol 1 and Vol 2) System Design Interview
👉 Clement Mihailescu #SystemsExpert ( videos to know how real-life System Design Interviews go

✅ 𝐎𝐛𝐣𝐞𝐜𝐭 𝐎𝐫𝐢𝐞𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐝 𝐃𝐞𝐬𝐢𝐠𝐧 / 𝐋𝐨𝐰-𝐋𝐞𝐯𝐞𝐥 𝐃𝐞𝐬𝐢𝐠𝐧 𝐈𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐫𝐯𝐢𝐞𝐰
👉 Grokking the Object Oriented Design Interview ( - A very detailed and step-by-step approach to various object-oriented design case studies.

✅ 𝐀𝐏𝐈 𝐃𝐞𝐬𝐢𝐠𝐧 𝐈𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐫𝐯𝐢𝐞𝐰
👉 Best Practices (, Implementation (, and Guidelines ( of API Design
👉 Look for use cases like - Stripe ( and Twitter ( API Documentation
👉 #SystemsExpert also has a few case studies on API design as well

✅ 𝐒𝐜𝐡𝐞𝐦𝐚 / 𝐃𝐚𝐭𝐚𝐛𝐚𝐬𝐞 𝐃𝐞𝐬𝐢𝐠𝐧 𝐈𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐫𝐯𝐢𝐞𝐰
👉 Grokking the Object Oriented Design Interview ( - Take the case studies and try to apply Object to Relational Mapping strategy

✅ 𝐁𝐞𝐡𝐚𝐯𝐢𝐨𝐫𝐚𝐥 𝐈𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐫𝐯𝐢𝐞𝐰
👉 Watch Jeff H Sipe, Corporate / Individual Consulting YouTube channel for behavioral questions (

✅ 𝐈𝐦𝐩𝐨𝐫𝐭𝐚𝐧𝐭 𝐃𝐒𝐀 𝐭𝐨𝐩𝐢𝐜𝐬?
Array, Binary Search, Sliding Window, Matrix, Two Pointer, Intervals, Hash Map, String, Recursion, DP, Trees, Graph, Linked List, Stack, Queue & Heap

If you're interested in interview preparation tips, Design and DSA, make sure to follow me on LinkedIn - Dinesh Varyani

#google #amazon #meta #facebook #apple #microsoft #interview #design #coding #faang #bytebytego #systemdesign #codinginterview #oop #algorithm #datastructures #datastructuresandalgorithms #learning #linkedin #strategy

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Newman Overview - POSTMAN TUTORIAL

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Never use PowerPoint again

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Practical Example of Concurrency on Golang

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MIT 6.824: Distributed Systems

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What is a Pod in kubernetes ? Why do you need it ?

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Mindset of Successful Programmers

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Design a Payment System - System Design Interview

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Vim in 100 Seconds

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พลังที่แท้จริงของเสียงเรียกเข้า - ประหยัดเวลาหลายชั่วโมงด้วยเวทมนตร์เสียงเรียกเข้า

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Install the Latest Vim on a Mac with Homebrew

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Git merge and rebase. Main differences and which one to choose

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What is GitOps, How GitOps works and Why it's so useful

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Kubernetes: The Documentary [PART 1]

Kubernetes: The Documentary [PART 2]

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📢 #โหลดฟรี‼ หนังสือ Microservices ที่สาย Dev รุ่นใหม่ต้องอ่าน 📢
จาก O’Reilly และ Nginx เขียนโดย Sam Newman
📙 ในเล่มมีไฮไลต์ที่น่าสนใจมากมาย เช่น
1️⃣ ความรู้พื้นฐาน Microservices
2️⃣ การวางแผนการย้ายจาก Monolith ไป Microservices
3️⃣ การแยก Services ออกจาก Monolith
4️⃣ การแยก Database
5️⃣ ปัญหาจากการทำ Microservices พร้อมวิธีแก้ไข

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ตัวอย่าง Postman Workspace

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ตัวอย่างการ Generate JWT ใน Pre-request script

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12 Factors of microservices

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BASH scripting will change your life

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Table of contents

I Foundations
1 The Role of Algorithms in Computing
2 Getting Started
3 Characterizing Running Times
4 Divide-and-Conquer
5 Probabilistic Analysis and Randomized Algorithms
II Sorting and Order Statistics
6 Heapsort
7 Quicksort
8 Sorting in Linear Time
9 Medians and Order Statistics
III Data Structures
10 Elementary Data Structures
11 Hash Tables
12 Binary Search Trees
13 Red-Black Trees
IV Advanced Design and Analysis Techniques
14 Dynamic Programming
15 Greedy Algorithms
16 Amortized Analysis
V Advanced Data Structures
17 Augmenting Data Structures
18 B-Trees
19 Data Structures for Disjoint Sets
VI Graph Algorithms
20 Elementary Graph Algorithms
21 Minimum Spanning Trees
22 Single-Source Shortest Paths
23 All-Pairs Shortest Paths
24 Maximum Flow
25 Matching in Bipartite Graphs
VII Selected Topics
26 Parallel Algorithms
27 Online Algorithms
28 Matrix Operations
29 Linear Programming
30 Polynomials and the FFT
31 Number-Theoretic Algorithms
32 String Matching
33 Machine-Learning Algorithms
34 NP-Completeness
35 Approximation Algorithms
VIII Appendix: Mathematical Background
A Summations
B Sets, Etc.
C Counting and Probability
D Matrices

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Certificates from Scratch - X.509 Certificates explained

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how to become a good backend engineer

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Dev Deletes Entire Production Database, Chaos Ensues

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RabbitMQ in 100 Seconds

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podman & docker containers technology

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Four Redis Myths Debunked

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รวมวิดิโอสอน Redis

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Lecture 6: AVL Trees, AVL Sort

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Build your own Redis

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Build Your Own Redis with C/C++

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Create your own web server with bash

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How Did I Not Know This TypeScript Trick Earlier??!

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mk cert golang

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Fighting Against Time: How to identify & abuse Race Conditions [Capture The Flag Fundamentals]

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Cypress Automation Tests

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You need to understand this in C++

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Free C++ Course

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CppCon 2015: Michael Caisse “Using Spirit X3 to Write Parsers”

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Postman Beginner's Course - API Testing

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Apache Cassandra Tutorial

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Unraveling PostgreSQL: What Developers Find So Appealing! #postgresql #postgres #sql

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Learn Jenkins! Complete Jenkins Course - Zero to Hero

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postman performance tests

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Design Microservice Architectures the Right Way

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GitLab CI CD Tutorial for Beginners [Crash Course]

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Makefiles Make Your Life Easier

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Shell Scripting - Positional Parameters (Add User Script)

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Ethical Hacking in 12 Hours - Full Course - Learn to Hack!

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IT Projects Manager

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everything is open source if you can reverse engineer (try it RIGHT NOW!)

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>>189 Introduction to Linux – Full Course for Beginners

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Health Check Pattern Golang

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If you want to learn about correlation and related concepts in statistics on YouTube, here are some search terms you can use:

1. "Correlation explained": This will give you general videos that explain the concept of correlation, its significance, and how it is calculated.
2. "Types of correlation": This search will help you understand different types of correlations such as positive, negative, and zero correlation.
3. "Correlation vs. causation": This topic explores the difference between correlation and causation, emphasizing that correlation does not imply causation.
4. "Correlation coefficient": This search term will help you dive deeper into the concept of the correlation coefficient, its interpretation, and how it is calculated.
5. "Pearson correlation": If you specifically want to learn about the Pearson correlation coefficient, one of the most commonly used correlation measures, search for this term.
6. "Spearman correlation": If you are interested in learning about a non-parametric correlation measure, the Spearman correlation coefficient is worth exploring.
7. "Correlation matrix": This topic will help you understand how to calculate and interpret a correlation matrix, which shows the correlation coefficients between multiple variables.
8. "Statistical analysis using correlation": This search can lead you to videos explaining how correlation is used in statistical analysis, such as hypothesis testing and regression.

Each search will yield different videos, so you can choose the ones that best suit your learning style and level of understanding. Additionally, be sure to check the credibility of the YouTube channels and videos you watch to ensure accurate and reliable information.

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The Principles of Data Modeling for MongoDB

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>>194 What is Rosetta 2?

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Linux File System Simply Explained

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Got rebase and squashing

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You want a real DNS Server at home? (bind9 + docker)

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VS Code Markdown Chess

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VS Code Extension

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เปิด OSX Folder ใน VsCode

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Why VPNs are a WASTE of Your Money (usually…)

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Spring Boot

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เปิด Tech Stack เบื้องหลังบริการ LINE MAN 2022

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สอนใช้ AWK ฉบับมือใหม่ เทคนิคเบื้องต้นที่ต้องรู้ในการประมวลผล text file

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Quick Sort

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Linux for Programmers

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Google system design interview: Design Spotify (with ex-Google EM)

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Counters in Python Simply Explained

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tests playground

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>>214 become seniors developers with this project

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system design interview

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The Power of Composition - Scott Wlaschin - NDC Oslo 2020

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a tool you can use to try and help optimize for ATS systems is Jobscan. You give it your resume and the text of the job post and it will score how well your resume matches to that post

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There's also

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300 is just interviewing well in HCOL and getting lucky with the job market.

Past that,

Check it's just targeting a role, level, and location. At a certain point (and you'll see this in staffeng) the focus really shifts to your relationship with people

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What It Took To Become An $800,000 Engineer

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มีเว็บ AI สร้างภาพ Anime ไหม เอาไปสร้างเกมเล่นๆ

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Next Level GitHub Profile README (NEW 2022)(Markdown template) | Improve Your Github profiles

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System Design

Data Consistency | Strong Consistency vs. Eventual Consistency | System Design for Beginners

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Unbreakable law

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Effects of hardware improvements on network latency and jitter

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สะกิด คู่โต๊ด ชาร์จไฟ โทร.094-623-1884

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ทำไมเราไม่ควรใช้ Ref เป็น Dependency

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NextJS Redirect

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Most senior react don't know how to fix this

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Understanding the importance of the key prop in React 🗝

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React "Interview" Challenges

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Why your side project makes $0

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lazy initialization

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typescript Satisfied

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React key

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Replacing key with usestate

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as const

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Type Challeges

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Debugging memory leaks - HTTP 203

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How Did I Not Know This TypeScript Trick Earlier??!

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8 Tips from the TS Wizard - using, as const, never

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Common Mistakes and Advanced Typescript Techniques

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This TypeScript Trick Blew my Mind

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These TypeScript Tricks are POWERFUL

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My Favorite TypeScript Tips and Tricks

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Creating Types from Types

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Infer is easier than you think

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Env handling

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What are TypeScript MAPPED Types and how to use them Effectively

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Using EXTENDS to constrain generics - Advanced TypeScript

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Three Ways of Using "extends" in TypeScript

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KeyOf TypeScript

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Css ที่ควรรู้

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ปัญหาใน css

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10 CSS Pro Tips

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How to take control of flexbox

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A flexbox trick to improve text wrapping

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I code this

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>>278 You code this?

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TypeScript utility types you need to know

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>>278 น่าสนใจนะถ้าแม่งแบบมัน lifetime access ด้วยไรงี้ แต่ปัญหาคือความAdvanceของบทเรียนทำไมมันน้อยชิบหายเลย แต่ดูๆไปแล้วแข่งกับcodecademyได้ตรงราคานะ แล้วค่อยต่อยอดไปพวก ไรงี้ก็ได้

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Next.js Modal Form w/ React-Hook-Form, ShadCN/ui Dialog, Server Actions & Validation

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Improving OBJECT.KEYS in TypeScript - Advanced TypeScript

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Un-Suck Your React Components - Composable & Compound Components

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Master function overload with TypeScript

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Type vs Generic

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Library ของ TypeScript ที่น่าสนใจ

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>>288 เว็ปนี้ก็อป link ตรงๆ ไม่ได้

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>>289 คือยังไงนะ

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>>290 มันมีหมดอายุ

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>>291 ขอบใจนะ ตอนแรกนึกว่าเป็น Base64

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>>291 มันอยู่ได้นานแค่ไหนพอรู้ไหม

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