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How to Get Started Learning to Program

There's a lot of buzz lately about learning to program. Not only is there a shortage of people compared with the open and pending positions in software development, programming is also a career with one of the highest salaries and highest job satisfaction rates. No wonder so many people are looking...
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NASA’s 10 Coding Rules for Writing Safety Critical Program

The large and complex software projects use some sort of coding standards and guidelines. These guidelines establish the ground rules that are to be followed while writing software.a) How the code should be structured?b) Which language feature should or should not be used? In order to be effective...
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5 Ways to Succeed at Learning a Programming Language

Whether you're taking up programming for the first time, or learning your 50th language, you might ask, "What's the best way to learn to program?" I surveyed dozens of people who taught themselves to program in Rust as part of my OSCON talk in 2016, and asked the expert autodidacts what advice they...
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Asynchronous Programming in Python | Asyncio

If for some reason you have decided to comprehend the asynchronous part of Python, welcome to our “Asyncio How-to”. Note: you can successfully use Python without knowing that asynchronous paradigm even exists. However, if you are interested in how things work under the hood, asyncio is absolutely...
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Why You Shouldn't Use ENV Variables for Secret Data

The twelve-factor app manifesto recommends that you pass application configs as ENV variables. However, if your application requires a password, SSH private key, TLS Certificate, or any other kind of sensitive data, you shouldn't pass it alongside your configs. When you store your secret keys in an...
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5 Reasons Node.js Rules for Complex Integrations

With JavaScript, JSON, REST, NPM, and an ever-increasing supply of modules, Node.js should be your first choice for integration. Because software solutions rarely operate in a vacuum, integration is a necessary fact of life for many developers. Sometimes it’s easy. Anyone who has integrated an...
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Sir Tim Berners-Lee Receives 2016 ACM A.M. Turing Award

ACM named Sir Tim Berners-Lee, a Professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Oxford, the recipient of the 2016 ACM A.M. Turing Award. Berners-Lee was cited for inventing the World Wide Web, the first web browser, and the fundamental protocols and algorithms allowing the...
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5 Cool C/C++ App Dev Tools

As compelling as new languages like Rust are for building systems, C and C++ remain fundamental for writing applications that run close to the metal, despite the waxing and waning of their usage statistics. What's more, the culture of tools for C/C++ development remains deep and fruitful. Here are...
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A Brief History of Random Numbers

“As an instrument for selecting at random, I have found nothing superior to dice,” wrote statistician Francis Galton in an 1890 issue of Nature. “When they are shaken and tossed in a basket, they hurtle so variously against one another and against the ribs of the basket-work that they tumble wildly...
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Chain of Command Example

The idea is that a cache is often first because it's so fast. We can, of course, write a giant master function with other functions.. One objective of the chain of command design pattern is to be able to write a bunch of functions that link together and form a chain of alternative implementations....
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