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“Law — the system of rules which a particular country or community recognizes as regulating the actions of its members and which it may enforce by the imposition of penalties.” — Google

Wikipedia says “Law commonly refers to a system of rules created and enforced through social or governmental institutions to regulate behavior…”.

Do we know how laws are made?

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I’ve always heard this interesting idea that’s really bothered me for a while when I leave my previous job. I think what I’ve heard from a colleague is not something that is kind of normal to me. People don’t talk much about that matter, but to me it was just interesting to hear and to debate about.

Background of the story

I was once at a restaurant, lunch time then, with the whole software development team. And I guess all of us, on the table, are Christians. Orders are being mentioned and then it was suddenly my turn to give my order. …

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Microservices is an architectural approach to designing applications in a way that is modular, easy to deploy, and scale independently.

How can we benefit from switching to it?

A lot of the benefits of the microservices design pattern applies to any application, even the traditional web application. It just happen to benefit more from rapid deployments and continuous delivery. It also push the limits of most automation tools and infrastructure in place today to the limits.

Let’s try and understand the concept of a service first.

A service is a piece of software which basically provides functionality to other pieces…

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Contrary to what many think, the command to love our neighbor is not something newly taught by the New Testament. In the Old Testament, God already had commanded His people to “love your neighbor as yourself “ (Lev. 19:18, NKJV) and to “love [the stranger] as yourself “ (vs. 34, NKJV).

Why, then, did Jesus say, “ ‘A new commandment I give to you’ “ (NKJV)? The newness of Jesus’ instruction was in that it had a new measure: “ ‘as I have loved you’ “ (NKJV). Before the incarnation of Christ, men did not have a full manifestation of…

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Using GPG or S/MIME, you can sign tags and commits locally. These tags or commits are marked as verified on GitHub so other people can trust that the changes come from a trusted source.

- GitHub docs

If you’ve already installed Git Bash, you already have a GPG v2. No need to install anything else. You can verify where it is located by typing the below on your Git bash:

$ where gpg

As expected the gpg.exe, in this case, is located inside the Git/usr/bin folder:

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