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As a programmer, you’ll quickly realize that your OS’s default text editor isn’t quite up to the task. Here are some of the best cross-platform text editors you should try.
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If you’re looking to master the multifaceted language behind Google and YouTube, you’ll greatly benefit from the Python Programming Bootcamp.
The use for coding and/or programming has changed much over the years, but is coding/programming something you plan to learn in 2016?
There are a lot of effects that come with the DAW software Reaper. In this article we show how to create sounds and provide fun presets to get you started.
Programming used to be a thing for the geek, but now everyone seem to be doing so. What about you? Are you interested in picking up programming skills?
While the Pascal programming language isn’t as popular as C, it certainly has a longevity. Let’s take a look at writing Pascal Programs on a Raspberry Pi.
The word “API” is flashed around a lot, but it seems that only developers know what it means. For the general public, here is what an API does.
If you are using a Raspberry Pi and want to start Java programming, here is how you can install Java Development Kit (JDK) on a Raspberry Pi.
There are plenty of automation tools for Windows that are easy to use, but if you prefer to use a more powerful automation tool, AutoIt is a useful tool for you to create automation scripts.
Programmers and geeks are the new rockstars of the digital age and everyone wants to learn programming to code up the best iPhone game ever. Today, we’ve compiled a list of resources that allow you to learn programming for free.
Linux is popular with programmers, and for good reason. If you’ve always wanted to learn programming, whether to develop software professionally or just for fun, there’s no better platform to cut your teeth on.
For starters – let’s clarify that headline. Linux has more than one possible shell, and scripting any of them is a subject that can easily pack a full book. What we’re going to be doing is covering the basic elements of a bash script. If you don’t know what shell you’re using, it’s probably bash. […]
There are some people who insist that the only real way to code is in a text-based editor like vi or emacs. Others would sooner chop off a limb than depart with the comforts of Visual Studio. While the first group will happily code away at their consoles from now until Y2K38, the second group […]
What do you get when you mix Python and C? According to Google, it’s Go – a new programming language developed in-house and later open sourced. Go was created by a small team inside Google, including the well known Ken Thompson, co-inventor of Unix and major influence on C. It was created out of a […]
A while back I was introduced to what has become my #1 favorite programming/scripting language: Python. It’s difficult for a language developer to come up with something that’s both powerful and easy to write, something that flows naturally and allows you to focus on what’s important in your code. Python does this beautifully. It makes […]