The Unicode standard allows for certain (visually) identical characters to be represented in different ways. For example the character ä may be represented as a single combined codepoint "Latin Small Letter A with Diaeresis" (U+00E4) or by the combination of "Latin Small Letter A" (U+0061) followed by "Combining Diaeresis" (U+0308). The semantic meaning and visual representation is exactly the same, but the codepoints are different. How do you deal with that?
According to Daniele Procida, what we call documentation is fundamentally not one thing, but four: Tutorials, how-to guides, references and explanations.
One of the core principles in Site Reliability Engineering is a focus on automation to reduce Toil. Toil, in essence, is manual and repetitive work which requires little to no human judgment and could easily be automated away by computers and machine…
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