Solving StackOverflow Errors, Interview Blunders, & More
by Tom Helvick
Welcome to our weekly edition of the Dev Digest where we put together the best links to help you stay on top of what’s happening in the world of software and web development. From top stories to development tips, professional advice, and more, we’ve collected the best articles, stories, and videos of the week from across the web. Now let’s get to it.
Intertech Foundation — 2021 STEM Scholarship Recipients
Please join us in congratulating our 2021 STEM scholarship recipients, Yahaira Irizarry and Alexander Chambers! Selected from a host of talented applications, these young individuals exemplify the unwavering drive, inspiration, and accomplishments we witnessed across so many of these talented youth.
- We’ll be taking the next two weeks to showcase both recipients, starting with Alexander, a young man from Iowa with a keen interest in data security and a bright future ahead at Iowa State University. Sitting Down With Alexander Chambers
AI Takes on Real Estate…
- Take note homeowners, you may now have an increased chance of getting more money when you sell your home, all thanks to an updated algorithm that will improve the accuracy of home value estimates. Read Article
A Look Back…
- With iOS 14 coming soon, this look back at the release of iOS 4 in 2010, which included spell-check, multi-tasking capabilities, and the ever-popular home screen background, is a great example of how quickly technology is evolving. Read Article
Solving StackOverflow Errors…
- Fixing a bug is near to impossible if you can’t simulate it. Check out this helpful Chaos Engineering tutorial series that shows how to simulate, diagnose, and solve several different performance issues including the latest one on StackOverflow errors. Read Article
- Did a recent interview not go so well? This list of interview blunders will make you feel better or at least give you some ideas on what to avoid next time. Read Article
Skills for Hybrid Success…
- As work environments change yet again, many of us will be heading back to a new hybrid schedule requiring us to embrace what we learned from working at home while tackling new skills as well. Read Article