OpenTelemetry in Python with Jaeger & Google's Response to ChatGPT
In this issue, we show you how to use CNCF’s OpenTelemetry in Python with Jaeger.
Plus: Google announces Bard, its AI service to rival ChatGPT. We take a look at its features and find out what it will look like.
All this and more in this week’s edition of Last Week in Plain English.
OpenTelemetry in Python — A Full Guide
A comprehensive deployment guide on using OpenTelemetry in Python.
Type vs Interface in TypeScript
Explore the difference between interfaces and types in TypeScript, along with examples and appropriate use cases to help you get the most out of them.
9 Best Distributed Tracing Tools for Developers
Decide among the best tools for distributing tracing in your backend microservices architecture.
Swapping out useState for useReducer
You can easily manage complex local state and logic in React components with useReducer, instead of useState.
Top 5 Instant Data Scraping Tools for Easy Web Scraping
Bright Data, ParseHub, Apify, Octoparse, and Mozenda — pick the best instant web scraper based on features, ease of use, scalability, and unblocking capabilities.
Top Layer vs Z-Index for Frontend UI Dialogs
Make a dialog appear on top of an element even when its z-index is the highest.
Google Launches Bard, Its Answer to ChatGPT
Google promises to make their experimental conversational AI service, powered by LaMDA, available more widely in the coming weeks.
Cloud Native Microservice To Cloud Agnostic Microservice
Change your processing with more features, and easily switch between edge/cloud or environments with very minimal effort.
Streamlit: A Game Changer for Data Scientists
Explore what Streamlit is, what it’s used for, and why you should consider using it in your next project.
Is Software Getting Worse?
With all the advancements in software development, apps could be much better. Why aren't they?
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