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5 Newbie Problems as a Programmer
Getting used to your first job environment and being handed your very first programming assignment are two different things. Together they are naturally stressful, and it’s all up to you how you handle it.
Effects of Architectural Decisions on Software Development
The architectural work in software development evidently involves sketching the blueprint of a vision. This vision is influenced by several factors that lead developers to make a series of decisions about how they will start building.
Agile vs. other Software Development Models
There are several other development models actively being employed in the software development sector, but Agile dominates by proving to be more productive and efficient for short spanned projects.
Why Python is Great for Beginners
No matter what language you begin with, get ready to spend a lot of time together. You will have to build a solid relationship with it, and things get messy if your partner is complicated. Python is a reliable choice because it’s different from your regular machine language - it is as close to plain English as can be.
Cloud Server vs. Conventional Server
Conventional servers have been around for a long time and despite the arrival of cloud computing, remain in the picture. There’s no denying that the cloud concept is rapidly gaining acceptance and more people are embracing it. Only time will tell us if traditional computing will be replaced by the cloud technology or will both prevail?
Why & How to Write Cleaner Code
If you think that code is fine as long as it works, you’re in for a huge surprise - guess what? It’s not! Clean code is in fact the fine line between Programming and Good Programming.
Is F# a Thing and is it Living?
You’ve never heard of F#? I don’t blame you. Maybe you do recall something, but believe that it’s ancient history and probably obsolete. Well, you’re in for a surprise because F# could be the next best enterprise language having utmost potential for AI, ML and Data Science.
Why more Women should pursue Tech Careers
Every year more women than men graduate from college, yet their share in STEM is less than 25% at present. When it comes to computing and programming, that’s where woman representation is at its lowest. In the 90s, tech women accounted for 30-35% of the workforce, but now the number has dropped below 20%.
Ruby on Rails – A Notion that Prevails