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Story of Chris Putnam: The First Facebook Hacker

I know you might have stumbled upon the Facebook icon of a certain guy with his face upwards to his right at some point...

How To Code Your Own Personal Assistant Using Python Programming

Short Bytes: In this article, I'm sharing the efforts of a programmer to create his own python-powered personal assistant. Using open source libraries for...

What Code Should You Learn in 2016?

Why you should learn to code? Apple Founder Steve Jobs once said in an interview: “I think everybody in this country should learn how to...

Run Windows 98 And Linux In Your Web Browser, Thanks To...

Short Bytes: A coder, known as Fabian on GitHub, has created x86 architecture based emulations that allow you to run Windows 98, Linux, KolibriOS...

What Is Programming And Why You Should Learn To Code?

Short Bytes: With the advent of new online opportunities, learning how to code is easier than ever. Read more to know why everyone should...

Run This Single Command In Terminal To Get Geeky Weather Reports

Short Bytes: If you are a coder who is in love with his/her work, then outside weather doesn't matter much to you. However, if...

A Programmer’s Dream: This Is What Your Code Actually Looks Like...

Short Bytes: Codeology is an online visualization program that allows you to see your GitHub project in front of your eyes. Give it a...

Zephyr Project — Linux Foundation Announces Open Source Operating System For...

Short Bytes: IoT (Internet of Things) is going to get a major boost in the coming years. 48 hours ago, the Linux Foundation announced...

Which Are The Trendiest Programming Languages Of 2016?

Short Bytes: Do you want to know which are the most trending programming languages of 2016? From time-to-time, we bring to you the results...

Nativefier Instantly Converts Any Website Into a Desktop Program Using Command...

Short Bytes: Nativefier is based on the Node.js runtime environment which can convert any web page into an automated desktop application. Nativefier does this using a...