PostgreSQL – Explaining the EXPLAIN command part 2

The previous article described the PostgreSQL planner, the EXPLAIN command, and how to read its output. In this article, we will discuss various “nodes” that you can stumble upon when working with the EXPLAIN command.

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HTML

HTML: Is It a Big Deal?

HTML is the alphabet of web development. How many web developers have HTML skills in their CVs? I’d say 90%. How many of them really know how to use it properly? I’d say 40%. The other 50% just don’t care about it. The most common case that I encounter during the projects I work in - is using any HTML tag, just to make the layout look similar to the design. If something doesn’t function as expected, it is wrapped into divs, tables, spans and so on, until it fits the design.

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Boost Your Tech Career with Teaching

Considering that many companies have to approach digital transformation as a key element for long-term survival, the fast expansion of the IT industry doesn’t come as a surprise. More and more people shift their careers towards IT, some know right from the start which path to take and go for tech-related university programs, while others leave other industries and opt for non-formal learning to get into the field.

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Agile in the Real World: Going Above and Beyond the Guide

During one of the internal training sessions that I was giving on Scrum - a member from the creative team said that he didn’t care about the values and philosophy: “Just tell me what to do in Jira and how”. That was a huge input for me. For some professionals and clients, Agile remains just a buzzword.

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Overcoming Some Pitfalls of the Google Maps API

Overcoming Some Pitfalls of the Google Maps API

We’re going to discuss the issues that can occur during the integration of a Spring Boot + Thymeleaf web application with the Google Maps API in order to achieve an employee location tracking system.

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Exploring the Mandelbrot set

The word “fractal” is derived from the Latin fractus – crushed, broken. At the conceptual level, fractal objects are “infinitely self-similar” geometric figures. The term itself was introduced by Benoit Mandelbrot, although a large number of fractals had been studied before him.

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Beginners Guide to Markov Chains

Hello and welcome to the wonderful world of Probability where as math teachers say that the probability of many strange things that could happen is not equal to zero.

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