C Programming on Linux: the Tutorial

Linux is a platform that can be used for the development of programs and applications using languages such as C. In fact, it is likely the best operating system for beginners due to its simplicity. We would strongly recommend that if you are just starting out programming, then you should embrace the Linux platform because it is a great world to be in. C is a very tight and economical language, and in the current climate of open source software, […]

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Introduction to Version Control with Git

The software is eating the world in everything possible sense. As technology advances and we slowly progress into the world controlled by AI, jobs in the technology sector will see a spike. Writing software is a skill that can be self-taught and is fairly easy as well at least in today’s world’s with the internet literally overflowing with resources about the same. But as a software developer, writing code isn’t all that would be expected of you. You need to […]

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How to Use Git on Windows?

Version controlling is very common term in software industry and version controlling software like Git and SVN are widely used for keeping track of changes in projects. Many developers face problems while using Git and GitHub, so we decided to share an article on Git. In this tutorial, we will be learning the basics to use Git, which involves creating and initializing your repository, committing the code (after making changes), and then pushing your changes from your local to online […]

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Programming on Linux Part 2: C++, Java, .Net Programming on Linux

In our earlier articles, we showed C programming on Linux. The second part of the tutorial covers C++, Java and .Net programming basics, including installation, compiling your first program and running your first program on Linux. If you seriously want to learn how to use Linux with your favorite languages such as C, C++, .NET and Java, then you must give this advice at least a full week trial before deciding against it. Otherwise, you will be giving up too […]

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Should I Learn to Program in JavaScript

Over the past few months, there has been a heated debate about whether everyone should learn to code or if it’s a specialized skill that should be left to the professionals. Software developer Jeff Atwood from StackOverflow/Coding Horror stirred up a hornet’s nest when he wrote an article titled ‘Please Don’t Learn to Code‘, inviting the wrath of the opposing team by suggesting that coding wasn’t something that everyone should seek to understand. Within hours there were fierce rebuttals flying […]

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Version Control: Git and SVN

Version control enables you to keep track of all the versions of your projects and code changes. It maintains a repository of your project files together with all the changes and amendments made to these files. This, in turn, enables anybody working with the project to access the changes, who made them and why. It is essential that developers have access to this information. There are two major version control repositories: Git and SVN, each being free software distributed under […]

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