Although it may seem like you need an audience to start a podcast, this simply isn't true. All you really need is a great idea, some basic recording equipment, and the willingness to put in the work.
It's no secret that these days, the world seems to be falling apart at the seams. Political turmoil, economic strife, inflation, energy prices... it feels like there's no end to the bad news.
A few earn the most - but is this right and fair, and is it the only way? Here's how we can incentivize the Creator Economy's middle-class.
This article builds on a great tutorial on AWS SAM and Typescript by Andrey Novikov and Sergey Alexandrovich of Evil Martians. Their tutorial centers around using a custom Makefile when building AWS serverless giving the benefit or far greater customization and control. Specifically, node_modules can be separated into a
8-bit computing in the UK was very difficult to pretty much everywhere else in the world, because for a few years circumstances conspired to make a few manufacturers compete and create amazing machines. The home computing market exploded, but also departed as quickly as it arrived, leaving manufacturers desperately trying
Michael Johnson has no idea, but I just remembered something hilarious that happened many years ago. I think it was 2002 and I’d joined a small company in the UK as a software developer. (This was before new companies were called startups and before joining new companies was cool)