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Welcome to issue 200 of Programmer Weekly. Let's get straight to the links this week.
Quote of the Week 

"Encoded names are seldom pronounceable and are easy to miss-type." - Robert C. Martin


Reading List

Git as debugging tool
The post discusses using Git as a debugging tool, specifically highlighting the Git Bisect command. It demonstrates how to use Git Bisect to automatically find the commit that introduced a bug in a repository, using a simple Python script with a bug as an example. 

The Great Migration from MongoDB to PostgreSQL
How Infisical migrated from MongoDB to PostgreSQL.

Managing 100s of Kubernetes Clusters using Cluster API
Automating every step from cluster creation to workload-ready. Turtles all the way down.

5 Non-Verbal Behaviors Killing Team Health
Identify and manage non-verbal signals to elevate your leadership skills.

The State of Engineering Productivity in 2024
The full report from the survey we have been running in the last three months.

How to Build Your Own ChatGPT Clone Using Clerk & AWS Bedrock
Learn to create a ChatGPT clone step by step using Clerk and AWS Bedrock. Build the entire application from scratch with this comprehensive guide.

Introduction to Snapshots and Tuple Visibility in PostgreSQL
Like many relational DBMSs, PostgreSQL uses multi-version concurrency control (MVCC) to support parallel running transactions and coordinate parallel access to tuples. Snapshots are used to determine which version of a tuple is visible in which transaction. Each transaction that modifies data, has a transaction ID (txid). Tuples are stored together with two attributes (xmin, xmax) that determine in which snapshots (and in which transactions) they are visible. This blog post discusses some of the implementation details of snapshots.

Introducing Jpegli: A New JPEG Coding Library
The internet has changed the way we live, work, and communicate. However, it can turn into a source of frustration when pages load slowly. At the heart of this issue lies the encoding of images. To improve on this, we are introducing Jpegli, an advanced JPEG coding library that maintains high backward compatibility while offering enhanced capabilities and a 35% compression ratio improvement at high quality compression settings.

Running OCR against PDFs and images directly in your browser

LLaMA Now Goes Faster on CPUs

Running a Raspberry Pi with a read-only root filesystem


Watch and Listen

The Current State of Serverless with Kristi Perreault
A discussion about the evolution of serverless technology, exploring parallels with AI and emphasizing the need to consider alternative solutions. 

Understanding AI from Scratch – Neural Networks Course
Learn the fundamentals of Neural Networks by building one from scratch without libraries. You'll manually tweak network parameters to teach a car how to drive within a specially crafted playground. Dr. Radu teaches computer science at a university in Finland, and has over a decade of experience with machine learning and AI, and he emphasizes the importance of revisiting basics in an era of easy-to-use complex models.

Nix for Everyone: Unleash Devbox for Simplified Development
Simplify your development game with Devbox acting as a simplification layer on top of Nix. Use it to install all the tools required to work on a project and create ephemeral environments that can run as local Shells, remotely as DevContains for GitHub CodeSpaces or DevPod, in Docker containers, or in CI/CD pipelines.


Interesting Projects, Tools and Libraries

Valkey
Valkey is a high-performance data structure server that primarily serves key/value workloads. It supports a wide range of native structures and an extensible plugin system for adding new data structures and access patterns.

JS-Torch
A JavaScript library like PyTorch, built from scratch.

freeze
Generate images of code and terminal output.

Stirling-PDF
Locally hosted web application that allows you to perform various operations on PDF files.

RunJS
RunJS is a JavaScript playground for macOS, Windows and Linux. Write code with instant feedback and access to Node.js and browser APIs.

HeyForm
HeyForm is an open-source form builder that allows anyone to create engaging conversational forms for surveys, questionnaires, quizzes, and polls. No coding skills required. 

Celest
Celest is the Flutter cloud platform. We enable Flutter and Dart developers to declaratively define their backend infrastructure in Dart.
 
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