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programming practices – If Entities, in the Clean Architecture, are enterprise wide rules how different applications consume them?

In this post, Uncle Bob writes:

Entities encapsulate Enterprise wide business rules. An entity can be an object with methods, or it can be a set of data structures and functions. It doesn’t matter so long as the entities could be used by many different applications in the enterprise.

If I understood correctly, entities are business rules that apply to the whole company. It’s what defines the business. And the rules that the entities embody can be executed by one or many applications that make the whole enterprise system.

I’m thinking in terms of a company that has dozens of microservices and multiple web-apps, all in different programming languages. How is it possible to centralize enterprise wide business rules in such scenario?

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applications – Install Galaxy S5 Weather Widget on S21

I just replaced my Samsung Galaxy S5 (which I loved) with a new Galaxy S21 (standard model from Verizon). The phone is nice and, of course, much faster…but there is one remaining thing from the S5 that I really want to try and bring to my S21. That is the weather widget, which I believe was by AccuWeather (but might have been third-party developed?). This was a really nice 4×2 widget with a nice little background that changed with the weather and also updated to the town/city you’re currently in. If it’s sunny you get a grassy field with blue skies; if it’s raining you get raindrops on a window; if it’s snowy you get a snow-covered house. I loved that.

Current AccuWeather widgets for the S21 update the town/city well enough, but they’re all smaller and not nearly as pretty, without the changing backgrounds. The S5 widget looks like this:

Samsung Galaxy S5 Weather Widget

So, here’s what I would like to accomplish: bringing the S5 weather widget over to my S21. Anyone have any ideas how to accomplish this?

(Note: An S21 tag is not yet available and I don’t have enough reputation to add it, so I used S20.)

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I’m new to Machine Learning and I wanted to know if we can perform the real life applications or tasks related to Machine Learning in mathematica. I’m not looking for the inbuilt functions like Classify etc but I want to know write codes for any such application myself and wanted to know if it can be done in mathematica. Thank you!

website design – Why are toolbars at the bottom of screen for video-conferencing applications?

All of the leading video-conferencing solutions like Google Meet, Teams, Zoom, Whereby, etc… have the main toolbar at the bottom of the screen. What is the reasoning behind it?

Shouldn’t it be more logical to be on the left-side, because monitors have more space horizontally? By putting the toolbar at the bottom, isn’t it eating the less available vertical space?

Also when a panel like participants is opened it goes either on the left or on the right side, so if toolbar was on the left it could open nicely next to where the user clicked. When it is at the bottom, you have to move the mouse much more to reach it after the left panel opens.

So I am very curious to know the reasoning behind putting the toolbar (video/mic, etc…) at the bottom of the screen.

network – MacOS Firewall: Best practice to Allow or Block “Incoming connections” for applications?

A relatively large number of my Mac applications causes the MacOS Firewall to ask whether to allow or block “Incoming connections” (System Preferences > Firewall > Firewall Options).

Examples: Dropbox, Google Chrome, Apple Music, Spotify, Steam, Apple TV app, etc. Plus a number of less widely known applications that I use frequently.

What is best practice with regards to allowing or blocking incoming MacOS Firewall connections? Is there any rationale that should be employed in general when confronted with this question?

I assume that it may break some functionalities if I block. For example, perhaps Dropbox won’t work. However, I tried blocking incoming connections for Google Chrome, and I haven’t had apparent issues.