Tag: coding

How Pros Automate Repetitive Code using VS Code
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How Pros Automate Repetitive Code using VS Code

Originally posted on dev. While Programming, you are bound to encounter Repetitive Code, writing which is a complete waste of time. I am not talking about Non-DRY Code, but Essentials Code that is necessary to be written. An example of this would be connecting State/Dispatch to Props using React-Redux. Anyone who has worked on a decent-sized React-Redux project knows how many times you have to write the same...

9 Amazing Things To Do With Python
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9 Amazing Things To Do With Python

Originally posted on dev. Hello, buddies! We love python, right? So today we’re going to see some amazing things that can be done with python(you may not know them). Interesting? Let’s start! 1. Google Search with Python Sometimes we get so much into programming that we feel lazy enough to open the browser and search...

Python 3.10’s Top 6 Useful Features
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Python 3.10’s Top 6 Useful Features

Originally posted on makeuseof. Python’s new version 3.10 brings some exciting changes to the language. Here are the features we’ll be making use of. Python 3.10 boasts of being one of the most stable versions available for users to download, and will be released later this year. The newly released version will come with many...

JavaScript Execution Context
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JavaScript Execution Context

Originally posted on dev. It is important to view knowledge as sort of a semantic tree — make sure you understand the fundamental principles, ie the trunk and big branches, before you get into the leaves/details or there is nothing for them to hang on to. — Elon Musk on reddit In this article we will take...

Top 10 Python Tools For Time Series Analysis
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Top 10 Python Tools For Time Series Analysis

Originally posted on analyticsindiamag. Time series is a sequence of numerical data points in successive order and time series analysis is the technique of analysing the available data to predict the future outcome of an application. At present, time series analysis has been utilised in a number of applications, including stock market analysis, economic forecasting,...

Why developers love Go
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Why developers love Go

Originally posted on sdtimes. The open source Go programming language, also known as Golang, has worked to simplify developer lives since it first appeared in 2009. While it may have been Google’s backing that gained developers’ attention, its efficiency, simplicity and tooling are the reason developers keep coming back, according to Nathan Youngman, author of Get...

How to Write or Print to a File in Python
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How to Write or Print to a File in Python

Originally posted on makeuseof. If you’re getting started with Python, you’ll need to know how to print to a file. Follow this short tutorial to learn how. Need to print to a file in Python? Today we’ll find out how easy it is to start writing to files. We’ll cover creating new files, appending existing...

Iteration in Python – enumerate(), item(), np.nditer(), iterrows()
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Iteration in Python – enumerate(), item(), np.nditer(), iterrows()

Originally posted on analyticsvidhya. Introduction An iteration is an object that repeats identical or similar tasks without making errors. In a way, we can say repeated execution of a set of statements is what iteration is all about. Python has several language features to make it easier to perform the iteration task. As an object, the iterator...

Python remains most popular programming language to learn
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Python remains most popular programming language to learn

Though Python may be tops, interest is also growing in other languages, including JavaScript, C, and C++, says O’Reilly. With so many programming languages in use, professional developers and potential developers alike face a challenge in deciding where to focus their efforts. This is especially true when it comes to learning and studying a particular...

Math or Language: Which Part of the Brain Processes Computer Code?
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Math or Language: Which Part of the Brain Processes Computer Code?

Originally posted on thenewstack. What exactly happens when we read computer code? Some interesting research was recently funded to find out by the National Science Foundation, the Department of the Brain and Cognitive Sciences at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the McGovern Institute for Brain Research. Four researchers — three from MIT and one from...

Why Rust Has a Bright Future in the Cloud
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Why Rust Has a Bright Future in the Cloud

Originally posted on qovery. Rust is a programming language? Have you heard the question from your developer friends?  Well, Rust has broken into TIOBE Top 20 Most Popular Programming Languages. Briefly stated Rust is a direct competitor to C and C++ and at a lesser level competes with Java and C#.  There has been rapid adoption...

Why Debugging Doesn’t Need to Be So Complex or Outdated
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Why Debugging Doesn’t Need to Be So Complex or Outdated

Originally posted on thenewstack. In Java, the status of debugging is pretty bad. Asynchronous programming has made the entire process much more complex. We’re big boosters of reactive programming in the Spring community because it supports flow control and moving work off threads as quickly as possible. The programming model isn’t the nested callbacks from the early...

React State 5 Ways
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React State 5 Ways

Originally posted on dev. To see the code for these examples, click here There are seemingly endless ways of dealing with state management in React. Trying to understand the options, the tradeoffs between them, and how they work can be overwhelming. When I’m trying to learn something, seeing a side by side comparison implementing some common...

The Best Coding Challenges Websites For Beginners
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The Best Coding Challenges Websites For Beginners

Originally posted no dev. There are a plethora of websites where you can practice Data Structures and Algorithms questions. Even though there are a lot of choices, beginners might have a difficult time choosing one. Why? Because the majority of these websites are tailored to experienced developers. They feel overwhelming, and it feels like there...