Polarization, echo chambers and feedback loops

I was watching How Trolls on Reddit Try to Manipulate You (Disinformation & How We Beat It) from Smarter Every Day (great watch btw) and observed that they talk about how trolls try to turn an argument into a binary argument, and polarize it, till there are sides formed and all logical discussions are suppressed.

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Monitoring Ruby on Rails Apps

At Clarisights, we instrument our Ruby on Rails workload, figuring these things was bit of a work so I decided to share it with the world.

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My Google Cloud Cheat Sheet

Here are few commands that I find myself using a lot when I am working with gcloud cli, and Google Cloud

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My Ruby and Rails cheat sheet

Few things that I find handy when I am working with Ruby on Rails, and ruby in general.

Also contains my go-to resources and few neat things about Ruby

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My Docker Cheat Sheet

Here are few commands that I find myself using a lot when I am working with Docker

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Configuring Wireless USB Adapter Archer T2U Nano on Linux

This post details how I got AC600 Nano Wireless USB Adapter Archer T2U Nano working on my Ubuntu 18.04

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HDD to SSD migration in my laptop

This post details how I replaced HDD with SSD in my laptop

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My PostgreSQL Cheat Sheet

I use PostgreSQL heavily, and I freaking love it, so I am writing down things that I refer to frequently.

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