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Serverless do runs on servers
Cloud is someone else's computer
Google actually does not own those content
Videos are actually fast playing static photos
Images are a bunch of encoded strings.

Add a computer/programming/technological myth.

Edit 1:
@silverGeek ==> Artificial Intelligence is just a bunch of ifs

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@goodmuyis ==> Source-code a set of lingua alphabet 

I was hoping to make an npm module to allow for Google Map Places and and Google map incorporated just as

But Google hit me hard with their Request Per Day and Query Per Second limits, requesting for billing details before I can continue developing.

Card details? meaning, I have passed my threshold, I should start paying for the rest requests to come, and I am still developing, what the heck just happened to Map, then I recalled

This is limiting, most of the documentation examples that are using Google Maps are down, may be they are facing same issues that I just witn ... See More

I use Figma recently for my designs. No installation, can be used for free with nearly all the basic features that are needed. It is just really simple like that.

And again, browser is the new OS, nothing more.

Who entered 429 error this year?

I did and I am just rebooting hoping to be fully up and running in the second week of Jan. 2019

I don't know if some of my fellow programmers see this error code as result of too much coding and ever coming new technologies/methodologies/API/paradigm?

Tell me, what has been your favorite NodeJS web framework.

I believe in the API/Frontend separation of concerns, so I use FeathersJS, because I am a lazy developer. As some people call it, it has all the batteries that you can ever needed to supercharge your API. I might give some intro about it later.

Don't miss a point when documenting your code. I just finished adding a feature to a project I last visited over 3 months ago, I relied on the petty comments to get me where I needed to go.

Even if the variable does something I can understand immediately, I will put myself in the position of someone coming new to the project, they will need to use the pre-intalled compilers in their brains to get what is happening, which can be really simplified with comment.

Between the tech giants, could we say there is a monopoly for each of them? Or each telling lies of being a monopoly of a product.
For the fun of it, what language(s) will you like to learn/know. Basically just syntax, no deep learning.

Me: C++, smalltalk, lua.
What is your recent challenge?

Mine: I started an overhaul for a codebase after my last weekend visit to DHTML, the reason for the overhaul is that the codebase is a mess filled with bugs. So, I planned adding tests to it. But you know what, I was able to complete the authentication and basic authorization for users in just s couple of days. But been writing test for it since the past four days. I just have a break through with the authorization test for basic user and Super Admin, Still have three more authorization level to test.

What keeps me going is seeing the test failed and wanting to have them run each time. Also, I was able to bootstrap the app level functionality test, so I am happy seeing them run each time I rerun them.

Morale, I can confidently modify p ... See More
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