Programming 

Python’s Random Module – Everything You Need to Know to Get Started

Life is unpredictable. Sometimes good things happen out of the blue like you find $100 on the floor. And sometimes bad things happen, like your flight being canceled because of bad weather. Most programming languages have a module to deal with randomness. Python is no exception coming with the module named random and in this article, we’ll be looking at the most essential functions you need to use it. The Absolute Basics Before we use any function from the random module, we must import it. import random Because we’re dealing…

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css 

7 CSS Units You Might Not Know About

Learn CSS: The Complete Guide We’ve built a complete guide to help you learn CSS, whether you’re just getting started with the basics or you want to explore more advanced CSS. New CSS Techniques It’s easy to get stuck working with the CSS techniques we know well, but doing so puts us at a disadvantage when new problems surface. As the web continues to grow, the demand for new solutions will also continue to grow. Therefore, as web designers and front end developers, we have no choice but to know…

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MatLab 

macOS Catalina: 5 Things Web Developers & Designers Should Know

macOS Catalina is here and available for download, and you’ve no doubt heard all about the breakup of iTunes and the new consumer-oriented entertainment apps shipping with the system. But what do developers, designers, and other tech professionals need to know? We run through the key points. 32-bit Support Ends with Catalina Are you relying on some older, obscure native app for a specific function, as so many developers and designers do? Your Catalina update could throw you a wildcard: it’s the first macOS release that drops support for 32-bit…

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MatLab 

Everything You Need to Know About the 4 Stages of Software Reliability

FYI – The maturity model presented in this post is based on the concept of Continuous Reliability, which you can read more about here. Software reliability is a big deal, especially at the enterprise level, but too often companies are flying blind when it comes to the overall quality and reliability of their applications. It seems like every week, there’s a new report in the news calling out another massive software failure. Sometimes it’s just a glitch on social media causing usability issues, and other times it’s a serious issue…

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java 

Top 5 Spring Boot Features Java Developers Should Know

You might have heard about Spring Boot and it's magical powers about creating a Spring Web application in just under 140 characters which can be written in a tweet, but what that really means? What are those features which provide Spring Boot such power and make Spring application development so easy? Well, that's what you will learn in this article, but if you are in hurry let me tell you that you will learn about Spring Boot's auto-configuration, Starter dependencies, Spring Boot CLI, Actuator and Spring Initializer feature in detail.…

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java 

Top 20 Libraries and APIs Java Developer should know

One of the traits of a good and experienced Java developer is the extensive knowledge of API, including JDK and third-party libraries. I spent a good deal of time learning API, especially after reading Effective Java 3rd Edition, where Joshua Bloch has advised to use existing API for development rather than writing new pieces of code for common stuff. That advise making sense to me because of the testing exposure these 2nd party libraries get. In this article, I am going to share some of the most useful and essential…

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