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Computer Scientist's Trivia

Hardware: Programmer’s PerspectiveIt is crucial for programmers to understand how long a certain operation takes in and out of a computer. For example, fetching a word from cache, memory, disk, and fr
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15 Characteristics of a Good Programmer

15 Characteristics of a Good Programmer | EEDSP | Scoop.it
Finding a person with solid skills who is the right fit for you and your team is a challenge but here is how to do it.
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10 Top Tips For Becoming A Better Coder!

10 Top Tips For Becoming A Better Coder! | EEDSP | Scoop.it
By Steph Locke We polled our consultants for their tips on how to be more effective at writing R code; and here are the top 10! 10. Don’t pre-emptively tidy Spending time on formatting as you go along gives you … Continue reading →
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Power of Programmer

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With salaries that range anywhere between Rs. 111,389 all the way up to Rs. 722,959 one can’t help but admire the potential of the market for software programmers and further analyze the same. Analysis of...
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10 signs you’ve been coding too much for too long

10 signs you’ve been coding too much for too long | EEDSP | Scoop.it
If you’re doing one or more of these things, it might be time to step away from the IDE and take a break
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Don't learn to code. Learn to think.

Don't learn to code. Learn to think. | EEDSP | Scoop.it

It seems like everyone is trying to learn to code: Code.org has celebrities like Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and Chris Bosh telling you anyone can code; CoderDojo's are springing up all over the country; the UK has made it part of their official curriculum for all grade school kids.

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Advice for New Programmers: Choose Your First Language Wisely | | InformIT

David Chisnall, who works on programming language design and implementation at the University of Cambridge, provides two tips for new programmers: choose your first language carefully, and take the time to learn the underlying theory behind it.
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How To Code Like The Top Programmers At NASA — 10 Critical Rules

How To Code Like The Top Programmers At NASA — 10 Critical Rules | EEDSP | Scoop.it
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10 golden rules for becoming a better programmer

10 golden rules for becoming a better programmer | EEDSP | Scoop.it
Here are my top 10 golden rules for becoming a better programmer
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Activities - Computer Science Unplugged

Activities - Computer Science Unplugged | EEDSP | Scoop.it
Each Unplugged activity is available to download in PDF format, with full instructions and worksheets. Background sections explain the significance of each activity to computer science, and answers are provided for all problems. All you need for most of these activities are curiosity and enthusiasm. There are photos and videos showing some of the activities in action, and we’ve collected links to other useful resources.
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What is the difference between developer, engineer, programmer, coder, architect, and consultant? - Quora

What is the difference between developer, engineer, programmer, coder, architect, and consultant? - Quora | EEDSP | Scoop.it
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SETT January 20 -

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"Boilerplate" is a term used to describe code that is repeated in many parts of an application with little alteration. One of the most frequently voiced criticisms of the Java language is the volume of this type of code that is found in most projects. This problem is frequently a result of design decisions in various libraries, but is exacerbated by limitations in the language itself. Project Lombok aims to reduce the prevalence of some of the worst offenders by replacing them with a simple set of annotations.

 
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Coding for SSDs – Part 1: Introduction and Table of Contents | Code Capsule

Introduction I want to make solid-state drives (SSDs) the optimal storage solution for my key-value store project. For that reason, I had to make sure I
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