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Welcome to issue 123 of Programmer Weekly. Let's get straight to the links this week.
Quote of the Week 

“Beauty is more important in computing than anywhere else in technology because software is so complicated. Beauty is the ultimate defense against complexity.” — David Gelernter


News

Coinbase Cloud launches platform for web3 developers
Coinbase Cloud enables web3 developers to build their web3 applications with instant and reliable read/write blockchain access using Node.

NVIDIA, Arm, and Intel Publish FP8 Specification for Standardization as an Interchange Format for AI
NVIDIA, Arm, and Intel have jointly authored a whitepaper, FP8 Formats for Deep Learning, describing an 8-bit floating point (FP8) specification. It provides a common format that accelerates AI development by optimizing memory usage and works for both AI training and inference. This FP8 specification has two variants, E5M2 and E4M3. 

Linux luminaries discuss efforts to bring Rust to the kernel
After 31 years, a second programming language will be allowed in.


Reading List

How to Bypass Cloudflare: A Comprehensive Guide 
Learn how to bypass Cloudflare Bot Management. You'll add evasions to skip blocks by understanding how it works and what sensor data it sends.

Scaling Kubernetes to Zero (And Back)
Optimize your K8s cluster resources by scaling Kubernetes to zero, and quickly increase replicas when traffic surges.

Securing the Supply Chain of Nothing
This post is a rebuttal to the recent guide on "Securing the Software Supply Chain" published by CISA, ODNI, and the NSA.

Which fonts to use for your charts and tables
Sans-serif or serif typefaces? Lining or oldstyle figures? Narrow or wide? With lots of examples, we explain which fonts work best for data visualizations.

How I’m a Productive Programmer With a Memory of a Fruit Fly
A love letter to tools that changed everything for me.


Watch and Listen

Jenkins Tutorial – How to Deploy a Test Server with Docker + Linux
Learn about Jenkins by building a CI/CD pipeline for a web application. Jenkins is an open source automation server which makes it easier to build, test, and deploy software. In this course, you will learn how to build a full dev-ops pipeline using Jenkins, Linode Servers, and other tools.

Kubernetes Observability Workshop
In this workshop, you will learn the basics of Monitoring and Observability with microservices and container clusters. The hands-on session includes Prometheus and Grafana, kube-prometheus, alerts/incidents, and customizations/scaling. We will discuss best practices with logs, traces, and how innovation with OpenTelementry and eBPF can help with advanced Observability workflows.

I Made a Remote Lie Detector to Test Zuckerberg's Pulse
Identify deception in anyone on camera, then measure their heart rate. The code is available here.


Interesting Projects, Tools and Libraries

Whisper
Whisper is a general-purpose speech recognition model by OpenAI. It is trained on a large dataset of diverse audio and is also a multi-task model that can perform multilingual speech recognition as well as speech translation and language identification.

feasible-route-mapping
Algorithm capable of finding all the areas that a person could have reached while en route between locations in a defined period, taking into account time and mode of transportation constraints.

RxDB
A fast, offline-first, reactive Database for JavaScript Applications.

coroot
A monitoring and troubleshooting tool for microservice architectures. 

copilot-in-the-terminal
Hack to get Github Copilot working in the terminal with bash.

dotenv-vault
Sync your .env files, quickly & securely. Stop sharing them over insecure channels like Slack and email, and never lose an important .env file again.

lost-pixel
Holistic visual regression testing solution.
 
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