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TSiege / The Technical Interview Cheat Sheet.md
Last active Nov 14, 2019
This is my technical interview cheat sheet. Feel free to fork it or do whatever you want with it. PLEASE let me know if there are any errors or if anything crucial is missing. I will add more links soon.
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ANNOUNCEMENT

I have moved this over to the Tech Interview Cheat Sheet Repo since a gist is too difficult to maintain as an open source endevaor and there is no way to version it. I have updated below, but I will not be able to keep this one up to date so please checkout the repo instead. The below is just for some preservation for those who stumble across here.






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@marktheunissen
marktheunissen / pedantically_commented_playbook.yml
Created Jun 23, 2012 — forked from phred/pedantically_commented_playbook.yml
Insanely complete Ansible playbook, showing off all the options
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---
# ^^^ YAML documents must begin with the document separator "---"
#
#### Example docblock, I like to put a descriptive comment at the top of my
#### playbooks.
#
# Overview: Playbook to bootstrap a new host for configuration management.
# Applies to: production
# Description:
# Ensures that a host is configured for management with Ansible.
@jessejlt
jessejlt / about.txt
Created Oct 23, 2011
nginx, flask, and file downloads
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Okay so here's the setup:
[-] The primary server API is exposed via Flask (Python) and all static files, including all html, css, js is served by nginx.
[-] Python is exposing an API at url http://domain.com/api/download/<file_id>, where file_id is a database id for the file that we're interested in downloading.
1. User wants to download a file, so we spawn a new window with the url '/api/download/<file_id>'
2. Nginx intercepts the request, sees that it starts with /api/, and then forwards the request to Flask, which is being served on port 5000.
3. Flask routes the request to its download method, retrieves the pertinent data from the file_id, and constructs additional header settings to make nginx happy and to force the browser to see the file stream as a download request instead of the browser just trying to open the file in a new window. Flask then returns the modified header stream to nginx
4. Nginx is finally ready to do some work. While parsing the headers for the incoming request, it encounters "X
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