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nathanluise92
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6/27/2018 | 3:02:23 AM
Practise and theory

You get these tips by your own experience, I can see this, and that is really great as for me, as practical knowledge are better towards theoretical one. Of course, the theory of everything is really important, but, without practice, you won't get all the needed results. Why? Because practice and theory are two different things. It is like on casino games - you know all winning spinit casino review strategies, all great combinations, but you won't be sure that everything will be as you want. So of course, better to keep attention on all necessary things and practice as much as possible for you. 

Dr.T
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6/29/2018 | 9:09:10 AM
Serverless apps
For me, apps in the cloud or on-premises are the same for security point of view, we need to secure wherever it is on a shared envirement or not. So encrypt communication in transit and data at rest.
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6/29/2018 | 9:10:39 AM
Re: Practise and theory
Of course, the theory of everything is really important, but, without practice, you won't get all the needed results. That makes sense. We should get theory right the implement it correctly and adjust theory as needed.
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6/29/2018 | 9:11:41 AM
Re: Practise and theory
Because practice and theory are two different things. That makes sense. Some theories do not have any practical approach either.
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6/29/2018 | 9:12:35 AM
Re: Practise and theory
So of course, better to keep attention on all necessary things and practice as much as possible for you. I agree, practice, practice, practice. We get better at it and apply.
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6/29/2018 | 9:14:50 AM
Third-party libraries
Third-party libraries: Your functions likely include much more third-party code than your own developers' handy work. I think there is good and bad aspect of it. Sometimes third-party libraries are better than what you can do on your own, such a encryption, do not do your own.


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