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How To Improve Your Programming Career Opportunities

5 days ago

Where In The US Are All The Coders?

1 week ago

PC Sales Higher Than Expected, Coding For All Students, And More… [Tech News Digest]

2 weeks ago

9 Free Programming Books That Will Make You A Pro

29th September, 2014

How To Learn Programming Without All The Stress

19th September, 2014

5 Beginner Linux Setup Ideas For Cron Jobs & Shell Scripts

3rd September, 2014

Designing A Breakthrough App? 7 Mobile Development Blogs You Should Read

31st July, 2014

Xcode 6 Beta With Swift Now Available Free, Here’s Why This Matters

29th July, 2014

Building The Internet of Things, With Tessel: The Node.js Development Board

25th July, 2014

7 Blogs You Should Really Read If You Are A Student Programmer

11th July, 2014

How Does Apple’s New Programming Language Affect Me?

8th July, 2014
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Learn To Code: 8 Bundled Courses, Pay What You Want

25th June, 2014

Finding Secret Keys In Android Apps, Heartbleed Heartache, And More… [Tech News Digest]

23rd June, 2014

Dash Brings Coding Documentation To The Mac Desktop

26th May, 2014

Internet Explorer Flaw, Netflix Cable, Cortana Children, E.T. Found In Desert [Tech News Digest]

28th April, 2014

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7 Blogs You Should Really Read If You Are A Student Programmer

July 11, 2014

The field of programming is so broad that you’ll never come out on top if you participate from a distance. Fortunately, blogs are a readily accessible medium keep you in the loop.


The Pros and Cons of Dating a Programmer

November 17, 2013

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Making The Best Text Editor Better: 7 Great Sublime Text Packages

April 15, 2014

Sublime Text has become the gold standard in serious text editing. Yes, if you need to work via SSH, you’re going to need to learn Vim – but if you do any sort of development work on your own machine, you need Sublime. Github’s Atom may soon take the crown, but as long as it’s […]


How To Generate Dummy Data in Ruby, Perl and Python

April 10, 2014

You’re building a web application, and you need some realistic information to shove into it. You need to check that your validation functions work perfectly, and see that your product actually works.

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