Top 7 Compelling Reasons To Hire Ukrainian Developers

Many people consider offshore development. They seek quality for a lower cost and look where to hire developers. Customers search online, read reviews, or ask for referrals to find the software development team that best fits their goals. Ukraine has become one of the top locations where customers across Europe, Asia, and North America go for developers to build their products from scratch.

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amazon elasticache – Do you usually need to scale memcached for memory reasons or performance reasons?

I use memcached on AWS Elasticache, at the moment I run one node only. The node has around 5% CPU usage on average and plenty of free memory.

I was wondering, out of curiosity: what is the point of adding more nodes? Should I do this when I need more memory? Or when the node gets too busy in terms of CPU usage? Or both? Or something else?

Thanks!

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5 Reasons Why You Want a Low End Box

We define a “Low-EndBox” as a cheap virtual server.  “Cheap” is obviously relative and changes over time.  When LEB started, cheap cloud hosting meant a 64MB RAM server for $5 or less.  Today you can easily get 1GB of RAM (16x the resources) for the same price, and without much effort you can probably find a 2GB cheap vps for that price.

We’ve featured insanely low prices on LEB but as with everything there are trade-offs.  When you sign up with a big provider like Amazon or Microsoft, you’re paying for stability.  With Lowend hosts, you may be dealing with a one-man band.

So why might you want a LowEndBox?  Is it just for cheap hosting?  Here are some reasons:

  1. You get more for less.  For example, a 2GB VM with 1 vCPU on Amazon EC2 will cost you $7.56/mo but that’s with only 1GB of bandwidth.  If you want 1TB, add another $92/month, so about $100/mo.  OTOH, that same 1 vCPU with 2GB of RAM and 2TB of bandwidth is only a cheap $10/mo at Vultr.
  2. You want predictable pricing.  Even cheap cloud hosting providers (to the extent they exist) are per-everything.  Bundled bandwidth is a characteristic of more traditional hosting and many LowEnd providers will either stop your bandwidth or provide you the opportunity to purchase more without an unlimited credit card exposure.
  3. Not everything needs production quality. Why pay for uber-reliable hosting for development and test environments?  For the price of one nigh-unbreakable system, you can probably have three LowEnd systems for sandboxes.
  4. You like the personal touch.  With many of the hosts I’ve over the years, I was on a first-name basis with the owner.  You’re not going to be on a first-name basis with the CEO of a multi-billion-dollar corporation.  You can get better, personal service from “the neighborhood LEB shop” than a giant.
  5. You want exotic locations.  Every provider, large or small, has a rack in Silicon Valley and Amsterdam.  But what if you want a game server in Bulgaria, Bangkok, Bangor, or Beirut?  Maybe you want DNS in Denali or Tinc in Timbuktu.  There are a lot more exotic locations in the LEB world that with the big buys who a much bigger footprint.

As with everything, you tend to get what you pay for, and getting the absolute cheapest vps is not always the best way to go.  But that doesn’t mean that overpaying necessarily gets you more either.  Understand your needs, research providers, and search our offers!

LowEndAdmin

The original owner of LowEndBox known as “LowEndAdmin” or “LEA” for short founded LowEndBox in 2008 and created the concept of hosting applications on low resource “Low End Boxes”. After creating the roots of the community that we know today, “LEA” stepped aside and allowed others to carry the torch forward.

Reasons behind conventions around what goes into source control?

I’ve come across some apparently-conflicting patterns of behaviour. I’d like to understand why they each exist. I’ll call them “conventions” for the sake of simplicity, though I’m not sure the term is a great fit for all of them.

Convention 1: we do not commit generated artefacts (especially binaries) to source control. I’ve been aware of this creed for almost as long as I’ve known about source control. Reasons for this convention include: (1) it’s better (more reliable, safer from viruses) to use a build server than to deploy locally-built binaries into production, (2) there could be differences between the source code and the binary, (3) what whatisname says in the comments.

Convention 2: we commit the .js and .map.js files generated from .ts files to source control. I’m a late arrival at the TypeScript party, and this makes me feel like I brought the wrong drinks.

My Googling has lead to plenty of discussion about “what”, but nothing compelling about “why”.

What is the fundamental thinking behind each?


Side note: There is also: Convention 3: we commit code (not binaries) generated by Entity Framework from a database schema to source control. I think this gets its definitive exemption from Convention 1 because it means you don’t have to have the source schema available everywhere you need to build the binaries (e.g. the build server). There are some convenience benefits too, but I think you could argue for convention 1 with most of those if you felt like it.

❕NEWS – Pantera CEO Gives Reasons For Bitcoin To Hit $200K In 2022 | Proxies-free

Dan Morehead the CEO of Pantera capital has not loose faith in the growth of bitcoin . His analysis that bitcoin could hit $200k by 2022 are quite reasonable. See it below.
He said :
For every one million new users that joined the trend the value of bitcoin increases by $200..

The use of smartphone which provides easy access to getting Crypto currencies update and joining the trend , of the 3.5 billion people having smart phone Crypto currency adoption will be higher.

The rate at which institutions are adopting Crypto currencies is also on the higher side.

website design – I want to keep an LMS homepage redesign focussed, my boss wants to add extra supplemental information for SOE reasons. How can I navigate this?

We are targetting teachers and the goal is to get them up to speed using our products. My homepage design’s main goal is to drive registrations while signposting out to the learning resources available (courses, videos, blog posts, events, etc.).

From my research, teachers want to be directed quickly to the useful information, and see browsing around lists of courses and videos, events, etc on a homepage as unnecessarily complicated and usually not relevant. I would prefer the homepage to link to other dedicated /courses, /videos, and /events pages because once there, we can presume they want to view this particular content type and we can show more relevant information.

My boss is of the mind that as long as we capture the CTA and signpost out to these pages above the fold, we are free to add long lists of courses, videos, testimonials, social proofs underneath, and even if no one scrolls down and clicks, Google’s bot will crawl all of this and it will help our rankings.

Where do you stand in general with my position? I think my boss has a point somewhat, but I am sick of sites trying to add all this extra crap to a page, which the targetted persona doesn’t need.

unity – Why would ray go through colliders for unavoidable reasons?

I’m checking whether there is a object between player and enemy by the following lines of code.

void Update()
{
    RaycastHit hit;
    
    if (Physics.Linecast(transform.position, player.transform.position, out hit))
    {
        if (hit.collider.gameObject.tag == "Player")
        {
            RotateEnemy();
        }
    }
}

Collision Problem: https://youtu.be/53_xcw1xVx0

However this rotates the enemy towards player even when there is a wall in between them. I should mention that this doesn’t happen often, only in certain areas this happens. The wall has a box collider, so there is no way the ray is going through wall. How can I get rid of this problem?

magento2 – When I select categoy menu or any page I get following error message “Exception printing is disabled by default for security reasons” Magento 2.4

magento2 – When I select categoy menu or any page I get following error message “Exception printing is disabled by default for security reasons” Magento 2.4 – Magento Stack Exchange

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