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Python has been around since it was created by Guido van Rossum back in 1991. But what makes Python such a powerful language? And why is it mandatory on a lot of jobs you apply? What’s so good about Python? Python, in essence, is a general-purpose language which means you can create – well pretty much anything with it. Professionally speaking, Python is amazing for backend web development, data analysis, AI and scientific computing. A…

React Native is a JavaScript framework designed to build apps for both the platforms iOS and Android. And a lot of famous applications are built with it. Basically, it’s based on a JavaScript library created by Facebook called React. It corresponds well with today’s mobile app development market needs, which leads enterprises to face a decision: Build an app that gives a better user experience Build an app that is faster to develop and runs on…

Biomedical engineers at Duke University have devised a machine learning approach to modeling the interactions between complex variables in engineered bacteria that would otherwise be too cumbersome to predict. Their algorithms are generalizable to many kinds of biological systems. In the new study, the researchers trained a neural network to predict the circular patterns that would be created by a biological circuit embedded into a bacterial culture. The system worked 30,000 times faster than the…

I’m pretty sure you’ve heard of Google Colab by now. You haven’t? Well, it’s a free cloud-computer service that Google provides that offers a high-quality code editor in your browser.  With that being said, let’s dive into getting the most out of Google Colab. Here are five tricks for you to get the most out of Google Colab: Mounting your Google Drive Uploading/Downloading files Making tuning Hyperparamenters very easy using Form fields Running JS and HTML…

Are you a software developer on the hunt for a new gig? Or you’re just curious about what programming skills are demanded these days? One thing is for sure: employers really, really like technologists who can build, maintain and scale everything database related.  A new analysis made by Insight.dice.com highlighted the most in-demand programming skills looked by employers as we enter the new decade. The writer for Dice Insights, Nick Kolakowski, analyzed the data from Burning…

GitHub has slowly become a hub that more than 40 million developers use to share code for their projects – professional, personal or other. It wasn’t until last year when Microsoft bought GitHub for $7.5 billion! It quickly became one of the key ingredients in its strategy for attracting developers on its cloud considering the competition with Google and Amazon. As one of the largest online spots for developers, GitHub makes the perfect place to…

Apart from companies in the technology sector, the number of businesses relying on computer code is increasing drastically. It’s really no wonder it’s listed 8th of the top 25 jobs this year according to GlassDoor. A software engineer could easily find themselves working for big companies such as Apple, as much as they can in a hospital or an automotive manufacturer. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) predicts that employment, especially for computer programmers, will decline…

Dynamic switchers, various animated views, marvelous text fields and so much more! The top 5 best iOS libraries that make your app’s UI truly remarkable are: TKSwitcherCollection CocoaTextField Expanding Collection AnimatedCollectionViewLayout CollectionViewSlantedLayout Let’s start with TKSwitcherCollection! TKSwitcherCollection TKSwitcherCollection is basically a collection of animated switch controls. It’s tremendously easy to use – all you need to do is download and drop the TKSwitcherCollection into your project and you’re good…

With time old programming languages become obsolete while new programming languages are launched, but they never gain traction. A common question amongst beginners (and coders alike) is the programming language they should invest learning in, that is in demand, stable outlook, and plenty of jobs. Here, is a list of top 10 languages that you should learn – 1) Python Created: Python language developed by Guido van Rossum. It was first released in 1991. Pros: Supports…

Have you ever wondered what are the most popular programming languages on GitHub? GitHub is, without a doubt, the most famous platform for code management and sharing. It’s the home to software code worked on by more than 31 million users – working in as many as 337 different programming languages! Seeing how much GitHub has grown with time, it’s safe to say that GitHub is here to stay.  Following the famous purchase of 7.5 billion…