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Every week, I read a lot of blogs, watch videos, participate in discussions that might not be related to Technology. Here are some topics I found interesting!
What I read this week?
Understanding Elasticsearch combined fields and multi match queries
TLDR; This blog post dives into the new combined_fields query, that has been added in Elasticsearch 7.13 and why it’s a really nice addition, especially for the e-commerce use-case.
Building Customer Empathy in Engineering Teams - Day Zero: Always Learning
How to build better products, one customer at a time.
Go back to basics — What’s your Signal to Noise ratio? | by Angad Daryani | May, 2021 | Medium
If there’s anything the past 18 months have taught the world, it’s that if you are safe, healthy, happy, have food to eat, and around loved ones, you have it all. Everything else is a bonus. In the…
Use Visual Studio Code to create and run the web app locally.
A bunch of us in the Elastic Advocates team are doing these short and sweet Elastic Stack feature overviews. I call it short and sweet because it only takes 8 minutes of your daily time and happens during dinner time in IST. Join us and also look at previous videos in the playlist if you want to see how we spend 8 minutes.
For three weeks we will dive into a different topic of Kibana every day
Catch all the action from Kubernetes Community at Kubernetes Community Day Bengaluru 2021. It is a free conference with 20+ talks and 5+ workshops.
RSVP tp Kubernetes Community Days Bengaluru
Jun 26, 2021. Find event and ticket information.
Policy & Politics
I came across this interesting Economics For everyone website, where you could learn a lot about economics but easy to digest.
Econforeverybody.com is a website that tries to help you learn better. This is NOT the place to come prepare for examinations in economics. BUT, if you are curious about economics, this website is for you.
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