Simple Long Term Stock Market Investing

Investing in the stock market doesn’t have to be hard or time consuming. This guide is intended to provide an approach that takes minimal time and can get you decent returns over the long term if you’re investing for multiple decades. Once you learn how and start, continuing is relatively easy. This is a complete guide to getting started.

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REST vs. GraphQL vs. gRPC

REST, GraphQL, and gRPC are 3 popular forms client-server and server-to-server communication. Choosing can be difficult, so this concise guide can help. In each section, an example will be provided to illustrate retrieving a user.

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How to Pass a Software Engineering Coding Interview

To get a job as a software engineer, most companies have an interview process that includes coding. While these interviews aren’t perfect, they’re widely used, so in order to stay employable it’s a necessary skill to learn how to prepare and study for these interviews. There are plenty of resources online and this guide is a listing of many of these resources to help you practice once you have coding interviews scheduled.

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Book Review: The Intelligent Investor

As part of my 2020 personal reading plan, I read The Intelligent Investor. Overall, although somewhat dated, the book provided a lot of insightful and still relevant investing advice. A long read, clocking in at 578 pages including the appendices, but not the endnotes, it’s a long read, but well worth the time spent. As I continue to read more books, I’ll be able to form a better opinion on how good this book is, but intuitively what Graham and Zweig talk about makes a lot of sense to me. In the book he says either you’ll “get it” in 5 minutes or you won’t get it at all.

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