Like every year, Black Friday and Cyber Mondays are great chances to get your most wanted software or course on discount. Take a look at the deals below!Read More »Best Cyber Security Black Friday Deals 2021
I was recently talking with a friend and he asked me if I had any subreddits that I like and I remembered an old post I made from 2016, which has 15 subreddits. So I created a list of my 100 favorite subreddits for 2021.Read More »100+ Subreddits you should know about in 2021
When VS code was released I switched almost immediately from Atom, mainly because it was so much lighter and faster, although both editors are based on Electron aka Heavy File Browser. VS Code not only is the best editor out there, but has a plethora of features without any extension which are not so commonly used and here I am to help you make your life a bit better.Read More »10 Built In Features of VS Code You Need to Know
XML format was probably the most commonly used, before JSON took its place. Like almost every programming language Go or Golang, supports the XML format. In case you are here, it means you were stuck in some of those possible ways to unmarshal your XML code into a nice object.Read More »Complete XML Parsing Guide with Golang
I like to change the appearance of my android device and a launcher is one of the most effective ways. This launcher is completely different from the rest. CLI launcher is black with white and green letters, no icons just text, just Read More »CLI launcher – The Linux terminal Launcher
Turkish TV Channel claims that found secret coup codes, which actually are Grand Theft Auto IV cheat codes
A turkish TV channel thought that they found some secret coup codes, but it seems like they were completely wrong about it.
The code that took America to the moon was just published to GitHub, and it’s like a 1960s time capsule
When programmers at the MIT Instrumentation Laboratory set out to develop the flight software for the Apollo 11 space program in the mid-1960s, the necessary technology did not exist. They had to invent it.
They came up Read More »The code that took America to the moon was just published to GitHub, and it’s like a 1960s time capsule