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Google Launches Free Course On Advanced Android With Kotlin On Udacity

Google has already declared Kotlin language as the number one choice for Android app development. To further promote app development in Kotlin, Google has...

Codeacademy Adds A New Free Course On Google’s Go Language

Go or (Golang) is an open-source programming language developed at Google to be used as an alternative to C++ and Java by app developers...

Samsung Discontinues Linux On DeX Starting With Android 10

Start backing up your data if you were a part of Samsung's Linux on DeX beta program. In an email sent to early testers, Samsung...

Ubuntu 19.10 Linux Is Finally Here To Make Developers Happy

After months of development work, Canonical has officially released Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine. This release includes many new features, including the long-overdue ZFS file...

Udacity Offering 100,000 Free Programming Courses

Udacity is launching a free scholarship program under which it will offer 100,000 free skill-based learning courses to American workers. The program is a...

New Open Source ‘Collapse OS’ Can Survive The Post-Apocalyptic World

Multiple threats like climate disaster, nuclear war, depletion of resources keep looming over the world, and the idea of apocalypse seems inevitable. In any case,...

Google’s Machine Learning Comics Makes It Easy To Understand, Even For...

You might have come across numerous courses and explanatory material for Machine Learning — most of which are difficult to comprehend at times. But...

Copying Codes From Stack Overflow Leads To Vulnerable GitHub Projects

It is a common practice among programmers to copy-paste code snippets from the popular Q&A forum Stack Overflow to solve their coding problems. But it...

This Newly Proposed Linux Memory Controller To Save Up To 42%...

Roman Gushchin, who is part of Facebook's Linux kernel engineering team, has discovered a "serious flaw" in the way that the current slab memory...

Linus Torvalds To Add “Lockdown” Security Feature In Linux 5.4

After fiddling with the idea for a long time, Linus Torvalds has finally decided to add "lockdown" security feature in Linux Kernel 5.4. The...