We have been there, worrying about our laptop automatically sleeping, which might put you offline on your office chat application or instead cancel the in-progress uploads and downloads. In the remote set-up, this concern took a front seat. Two minutes to complete a chore, laptop will be in sleep mode.
In this short article, I will tell you the strategy that helped me to avoid the need to write perfect blog articles. Professional Software engineers work with very high standards when writing code and documentation. Over time, they become friends with perfection. As a Professional Software engineer, I feel the
Recently, I learnt that I owned two Medium [https://www.medium.com] accounts. Medium account usernames 1. @narendravardi [https://medium.com/@narendravardi] 2. @nvblog [https://medium.com/@nvblog] I haven't used Medium for quite some time, so having two accounts didn't make much sense. I thought of deleting the second
Context: Log4Shell was a zero-day vulnerability in Log4j, a popular Java logging framework, involving arbitrary code execution. The vulnerability has existed unnoticed since 2013 and was privately disclosed to the Apache Software Foundation, of which Log4j is a project, by Chen Zhaojun of Alibaba Cloud's security team on 24 November