Finding a New Software Developer Job

A job hunting experience after a layoff

Finding a New Software Developer Job
23 minutes by Henrik Warne

For the first time ever, I was laid off, and had to find a new software developer job. I managed to find a new one, but it took longer than I thought, and it was a lot of work. I was in contact with 30 companies, got a no from 8 companies,โ€‚no reply from 6 companies, and offers from 3 companies. Here is what I learnt from the process.

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The story of the SSH port is 22
6 minutes by Tatu Ylonen

The SSH port is 22. This is the story of how it got that port number. And practical configuration instructions.

Improve your SQL skills in 5 minutes
7 minutes by Anton Zaides

Donโ€™t stop your SQL journey with Joins.

In this post we will cover the pros and cons of single-tenancy architecture, and how single-tenancy versus multi-tenancy is not a binary choice.

The High-Risk Refactoring
7 minutes by Miroslav Nikolov

How to approach risky and expensive system improvements. Code refactoring may cost a fortune if not done right. A dysfunctional revamped system or new features coupled with incorrect rewrite is, with no doubt, damaging. One can argue to what extent.

If you send more than 5K emails a day, check Mailtrap's tutorial on the new 'Google and Yahoo email policy 2024'. It breaks down the latest authentication and DNS protocol requirements so you can navigate them with ease.

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