Get data from a http request, in a function app. How is it possible? This is the link to the official documentation https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/python/api/azure-functions/azure.functions.httprequest?view=azure-python . We prefer to set down some notes, anyway. “`def main(request: func.HttpRequest): “` so, you can access, the request data (mind that often the request is shoted in req): request method with […]
Have you ever had to perform an online proctored examination? Not a simple and nice experience, I assure you. What happened to me? I finished my preparation about Azure (the Microsoft Cloud Environment) and I felt ready to be examined to get the official certification. The process is online (not sure if due to Covid-19 […]
Great resources are available to let the user understand the CIDR notation (let’s call it the modern way to specify a submask). When you get the logic behind it, probably the best is this online calculator cidr.xyz. To understand the meaning, use this tutorial. For me worked having a visual comparative, like the following. My […]
Many tool in the web help us to leverage the regex (lets list just https://regex101.com/ to try live the patterns and http://rexegg.com/ to learn how construct a regex). So, what’s a regex? A regular expression, i.e., quoting http://rexegg.com/: A regex is a text string that describes a pattern that a regex engine uses in order […]
How could you pass from a for loop solution to a generator? Have a look to this code: https://github.com/ndrini/generator-vs-for-loops
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We have been looking for this feature for a long time. Thanks to the popup suggestions of libreoffice, we finally have the answers. Text cells are formatted in black, formulas in green, number cells in blue, and protected cells are shown with light grey background, no matter how their display is formatted. These colors can […]
We use to understand new technologies when they are available for “some” use. We can talk of waves length and charges but, the photoelectric effect finally takes a form in our brain when we make the example of the gate sensor way of working that uses it. In the machine learning is the same: you […]
Great podcast of Physic class by Rome University La Sapienza. https://www.radioscienza.it/fisicast/
Sometimes may be useful to pretend to have a scanned document, instead a digital one. This can happen because a “pen against paper” sign is perceived as more real and truthful than a tablet sign directly made on the document .