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Sound Logic and Monotonic AI Models

by Emmanuel Tsukerman

For those working with AI, the future is certainly exciting. At the same time, there is a general sense that AI suffers from one pesky flaw: AI in its current state can be unpredictably unreliable.

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Well-structured Logic: A Golang OOP Tutorial

by Leonhard Holz

Can Golang be object-oriented? Go is post-OOP but can still leverage concepts like binding functions to types (aka classes), constructors, subtyping, polymorphism, dependency injection, and testing with mocks.

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Flexible A/B Testing with AWS [email protected]

by Georgios Boutsioukis

One of the new possibilities offered by [email protected] is the ability to implement server-side A/B testing using Lambdas on CloudFront’s edge servers. In this article, Toptal Full-stack Developer Georgios Boutsioukis guides you through the process and outlines the pros and cons of A/B testing with [email protected]

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The Need for Speed: A Toptal JavaScript Coding Challenge Retrospective

by Eva Bojorges Rodriguez

Toptal's JavaScript Speed Coding Challenge invited creative solutions from the beginning. As the week played out, competitors got closer and closer to the maximum theoretical score. Then something unexpected happened...

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Do Your Homework: 7 AWS Certified Solutions Architect Exam Tips

by Ross Bowman

Cloud architects with the AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate qualification are in high demand, with good reason—the AWS exam sets the bar high. What's the best way to prepare for it?

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Timestamp Truncation: A Ruby on Rails ActiveRecord Tale

by Maciek Rząsa

Tests should keep apps from being flaky. But tests themselves can become flaky—even the most straightforward ones. Here's how we dove into a problematic test on a PostgreSQL-backed Rails app, and what we uncovered.

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Language Server Protocol Tutorial: From VSCode to Vim

by Jeremy Greer

The main artifact of all your work is most likely plain text files. So why don't you use Notepad to create them? Find out how the Language Server Protocol can transform text editors into code editors, without coupling.

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Pay in, Pay out: How to Create a Marketplace

by Konrad Gadzinowski

Shopping online is more convenient than ever, so how do you create an online marketplace tailored to cater to your specific needs? In this article, Toptal JavaScript Developer Konrad Gadzinowski explores marketplace business models and payment methods for both regional and global services.

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