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Exploring Different Linux Distributions

Linux, an open-source operating system kernel, forms the foundation of a multitude of distributions, commonly referred to as distros.

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Web Development

Why You Should Create a Code Style Guide for Development Projects

Every developer has their own preferences and should always provide their input—every opinion has the same weight. But, if the developer works in a...

DevOps

Resolving Merge Conflicts in Git

The nightmare of every Git user is the error message merge failed. In this case, Git has failed to merge two commits independently.

Software Development

Connecting Node.js to a MySQL Database

MySQL is one of the most widely used databases on the web. You can access this database with almost all major programming languages. The connection...

Java

Elements of the Java Programming Language

A program in Java isn’t described in colloquial language; rather, a set of rules and a grammar define the syntax and semantics. In this post, let’s...

Python

Quick Python Troubleshooting Options

In this post, we’ll briefly describe several sources of information about Python that are pretty useful. These sources are all available in English.

Programming Languages

How to Integrate Vector Graphics in a JavaScript Program

In addition to being able to draw pixel-based graphics via JavaScript using the Canvas API, you can also use JavaScript to create vector graphics.

DevOps

The Differences Between Git, GitHub, and GitLab

Git is an open-source version control program used by DevOps teams to handle small and large software development projects.

DevOps

How to Clone a Git Repository

When it’s time to set up a cloned repository in your GitHub account, you’ll need to follow these steps.

Java

Working with Arrays in Java

An array in Java is a special data type that combines several values into one unit, like a display case in which the compartments are numbered...

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What Is the Basic Structure of a Python Program?

To give you a feel for the Python language, let’s go over its syntax.