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How to Network And Meet Other Software Developers

How to Network And Meet Other Software Developers

Blog, Software Development
  The job market has become so dynamic. You will mostly likely have success getting a job by relying on your network than by frequenting job listing websites. Some people have had success by just approaching a company that was hiring and got a chance, but just an exceptional few. Competition for jobs has gone high though. You will need to have someone who can recommend you for a job, someone who can back up your claims. This will give you more credibility in the eyes of an employer than if you only had the skills but lacked a recommendation. Networking with buddies will form a great part of your software career. And once you get started, there is no stopping you. Quite often job opportunities are not advertised to the public. If you have the right connectio...
How to Enable and Delete Cookies on Your Browser

How to Enable and Delete Cookies on Your Browser

Blog, Ethical Hacking
Take control of a tiny bit of your online privacy by blocking, deleting, and allowing only select cookies. Cookies—what could be wrong with such deliciousness?Well, even a certain monster on Sesame Street is less into gluten these days. Maybe that's because his beloved snack food had its name co-opted back in the 1990s by the little data files that websites use to improve your experience (and track your activity).Cookies get stored on your computer when you're using a Web browser.The cookie gets read by the server on the other end of the connection. Most of the time, cookies are a good thing—without authentication cookies, you'd constantly be entering usernames and passwords as you surf websites, over and over, on every page. Cookies are what make it possible for online shopping ...
How to Become a Full-Stack Coder in Just 30 Hours

How to Become a Full-Stack Coder in Just 30 Hours

Blog, Software Development
It used to take lots of hard work to become a full-stack coder. You had to get a degree in computer science, spend years mastering notoriously difficult programming languages, and make daily sacrificial offerings to the gods of C++. But these days, becoming a full-stack coder is much easier. Degrees are no longer required, newer programming languages are much simpler, and daily sacrificial offerings have fallen out of favor. All you have to do is say “I want to code” and the universe is ready to turn you into a bona fide coder (well, almost). And thanks to the world’s never-ending love affair with the internet, full stack coders are in high demand. We’re talking A League of their Own let’s-turn-everyone-we-can-find-into-baseball-players demand. In short, ther...
How to Learn to Code In Any Programming Language

How to Learn to Code In Any Programming Language

Blog, Software Development
If you are looking to get started in software development and become a highly sought after developer then it follows that you need to learn how to build software. This is what you will be hired to do. So you should be able to do it, and do it well. Importance of learning You will know how to get the job done when you get a chance You will gain the confidence that is key when looking for a job It is a badge of honor and increases your chances of acceptance How to Learn In this age, and with the internet, there is no shortage of learning materials that can quickly get you the skills you exactly need locked in. But if you don’t filter the material and be specific about what exactly you want to learn, it can turn into information overload. Information overload leads...
Top 19 Best Selling Development Courses On Udemy in 2017

Top 19 Best Selling Development Courses On Udemy in 2017

Blog, Software Development
Udemy is a global marketplace for learning and teaching online where students are mastering new skills and achieving their goals by learning from an extensive library of over 40,000 udemy courses taught by expert best selling Udemy instructors. With affordable prices and classes on virtually every topic, the e-learning platform is a great place to pick up a new skill from the comfort of your couch. Whether you want to learn how to build financial models in Excel, spruce up your resume, apply to business school, or negotiate your salary, there's no doubt a course for you. Undecided on what class to take first? Here is a list of the top 19 best selling development courses on Udemy. 1. The Complete Web Developer Course 2.0 by Rob Percival I guarantee,...