In 2019, these are the items I thought I should learn and these are what I feel about those now as of end of 2021. Dot Net Core At work, we use dotnet core in many apps now so it became a norm to use dotnet core for any new projects. Dotnet core is nothing… Continue reading What should I learn in 2022
Democracy being tested in Hong Kong, Russia, and many African countries among the pandemic. Emerging electric cars. The market share of EVs will be about 30% by 2030. Global warming. Targeted to be carbon neutral by 2050 in the US or 2060 in China. China becoming the biggest box office. Defending the planet from an… Continue reading 5 big topics to watch out in 2021
Make a wallet. https://www.myetherwallet.com/ Join the mining pool. https://ethermine.org/ Install the mining program from the mining pool above. Setting the PC using Afterburner, etc. regarding overclock or power supply, etc.Setting example. Low Core clock Hight Memory clock Low power limit Check the console values: example target value is for RTX 3070Ti Average speed in Hash… Continue reading How to mine the coin in a one page
A mathematical function returns the same result every time. The functional world has 2 characteristics. The function has no side effects. Take input and produce output. -> called pure function. All data structure is immutable. -> There is no mutable state. A functional programming language provides a bridge between pure functional work and the messy… Continue reading Functional Programming in one page
Storage Queue: Queue. large and slow messages. e.g. dead-letter event. Service Bus: Transactional message. At-most-once delivery. Event Hub: IoT, log data, stream data Event Grid: Link events from the event source to the event handler (e.g. function). Pub/Sub. 1 to Many delivery.