Jul 162014
 

Here is a good reference for aspiring and professional programmers.  By Joel Lee at MakeUseOf.com…

If you want to succeed as a programmer, you need to immerse yourself in the programming culture. This is more true if you’re still a pupil. The field of programming is so broad and there’s so much information to absorb that you’ll never come out on top if you participate from a distance. Fortunately, blogs are a readily accessible medium keep you in the loop.

via 7 Blogs You Should Really Read If You Are A Student Programmer.

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Jul 132014
 

Wow.  I learned a few tricks in this article by Ryan Dube at MakeUseOf.com…

Hidden features you say? Absolutely. They include keyboard shortcuts, secret tricks and other interesting features that most long-term Windows 7 users never realized existed, and a few features that amazingly were added as late as the last year or two – evidence by the fact that they were just recently added to the Windows 7 New Features download provided by Microsoft.

via 5 Windows 7 Features You Didn’t Know Existed.

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Jul 022014
 

Life tips!  From TheMindUnleashed.org…

Marc and Angel are the authors of 1000 Little Things Happy Successful People Do Differently. Here’s their amazing list of 30 things to start doing for yourself. If you enjoy this, be sure to visit their website for more inspirational advice and tips for life.

via 30 Things To Start Doing For Yourself. #4 Is Absolutely Vital | The Mind Unleashed.

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Jun 262014
 

What a great collection!  By Anup More at Linux.com…

Often due to some restrictions by the web development company, most of the web developers are forced to use free open source platforms such as Ubuntu. For such developers, it becomes headache to work without the tools that are mandatory and used for developing a website. However, there are some similar tools available for Linux that can be used in the web development.

via Web Development Tools for Linux & How to Install Them | Linux.com.

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Jun 262014
 

An impressive list of upcoming changes to Android, ChromeOS, Chromecast, Google Docs, and more.  By JR Raphael at ComputerWorld.com…

The big G kicked off its annual Google I/O developers’ conference with a massive two-and-a-half-hour keynote this morning — and this one was positively jam-packed with huge consumer news. Last year’s I/O may have been relatively quiet, but El Goog more than made up for it with this year’s avalanche of announcements.

via Google I/O condensed: The 33 most important things to know | Computerworld Blogs.

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