Debugging, as the web refers to, is the process of identifying and removing errors from computer hardware or software. It lets you track down that error. When I started software development, I became familiar with the term of "rubber duck debugging" which is the process of walking a rubber duck through your code step-by-step which … Continue reading Rubber Duck Debugging and 10 Debugging Tips
PyCon Philippines is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit conference centred on the Python Programming language. The goal of the conference is to provide a venue where the Python programming language and surrounding technologies can be explored, discussed and exercised. I’ve always wanted to attend this conference since 2015 when one of my friends send me a request … Continue reading Pycon Philippines 2018 – My First Pycon Experience
Hey! Want to learn python programming? Al Sweigart is offering a free udemy course until December 1 only. Sign up and enroll on the course now. Al Sweigart is a professional software developer who teaches programming to kids and adults. Sweigart has written several programming books for beginners, including Automate the Boring Stuff with Python, … Continue reading Free Python Programming Course
In the beginning, there was light and darkness and stack overflow, which is really just a combination of the two. In a shiny, new world made by a programmer, one might see their creation and go, ‘yeah, that’s probably good,’ but bugs may lie just below the surface… Source: https://blog.toggl.com/world-created-programmer/
Modern world comprises of new trends in technology software and new computer models which make our world go around, but every piece of clever software ideas, there are group of programmers/developers behind the scenes solving problems through coding and developing intense projects. HISTORY of Programmer's Day In 2002, Russian programmers Valentin Balt and Michael Cherviakov … Continue reading Happy Programmer’s Day!
"I'm a huge proponent of designing your code around the data, rather than the other way around, and I think it's one of the reasons git has been fairly successful […] I will, in fact, claim that the difference between a bad programmer and a good one is whether he considers his code or his … Continue reading Why Programmers need to study data structures and algorithm?
Dear Designers, This letter has been brewing for years. Parts of it have been delivered in speech and in writing to various designers over a long period of time. However I’ve always dreaded publishing it out of fear that it would implicate the current designer or client I’m working with. So before I proceed I’d … Continue reading To Designers With Love (A Letter From a Front-end Developer)
~ALGORITHM~ Today is Thursday! A rare date it is! It's a palindrome date. A palindrome is a word, phrase, number, or other sequence of characters which reads the same backward or forward. Thursday is 6-10-2016, a string of numbers that make it a palindrome day. Because date formats vary from country to country, not all … Continue reading Happy Palindrome Day!
Weekend is coming. Howdy geeky or anyone who might want to plunge into some hacking, programming, sci-fi, gamer and social media addict you might want to check these list of movies I've already watched. 1. War Games (1983) Matthew Broderick is a young wise-guy who nearly destroys the whole world when he tries to show … Continue reading Movies for the Geeks