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Snapchat Source Code Leaked, Posted Publicly On GitHub

Snapchat Source Code Leaked Online, Posted On GitHub In response to a DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) takedown notice, Microsoft-owned repository GitHub took down a leaked source code of the popular social messaging app SnapChat, after it was posted publicly on the world’s largest platform for developers. The notice sent by Snap […]

IBM to track programmers code and credit them using a blockchain-type network

IBM Files For “Blockchain For Program Code Credit and Programmer Contribution” Patent IBM, the tech giant, has filed a new patent application that would track developers’ codes and milestones on a blockchain-type network. In other words, IBM is looking to record the performances or accomplishments of coders by using a […]

Microsoft is actively working on Surface Phone running Andromeda OS, leak suggests

New Windows 10 code in the latest SDK hint at upcoming Surface Phone Just at a time when one was unsure if Microsoft was pursuing the often-rumored fabled Surface Phone, some more indication that the tech giant is still actively working on the device surfaced recently. Thanks to Twitter user WalkingCat, […]

Instagram may soon have voice and video calling feature

Is voice and video calling coming to Instagram? If you enjoyed sharing pictures or videos, or broadcasting a live stream on Instagram, a photo sharing app, then you may very soon enjoy the voice and video calling feature on it too. Facebook-owned social media platform could be preparing to add […]

How to become a code-learning super NINJA (1)

Giphs courtesy of Giphy When you learn something new, you don’t know what you don’t know. There are always secrets to getting good at something and learning to code is no different. These secrets are the meta-learnings that provide the approaches, toolsets and mindsets to make the breakthroughs you need to […]

The Book Every Programmer Should Read

Writing code that any programmer who read can understand is a must-have skill for software developers. The fact is: only 20% of the programmers have the ability. “Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand.” — Martin Fowler Photo by Fabian Grohs on Unsplash When […]

5 powerful yet underused ways to approach coding problems (2)

Gifs courtesy of Giphy When you learn something new, you don’t know what you don’t know. There are always secrets to getting good at something and learning to code is no different. These secrets are the meta-learnings that provide the approaches, toolsets and mindsets to make the breakthroughs you need to […]

Do As I Say, Not As I Do: Get your EC2 Instance Name Without Breaking Your Infrastructure

Do As I Say, Not As I Do: Get Your EC2 Instance Name Without Breaking Your Infrastructure A Step by Step Guide with Python Code Snippets My first attempt to log EC2 instance names to PagerDuty and Airbrake broke most of our infrastructure. I failed to account for unpublished AWS rate […]