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Free Coding Images by Burst & Hacker Noon

To help modern designers, bloggers, marketers, and entrepreneurs everywhere, Burst has partnered with with Hacker Noon to create stock photo collections that focus on emerging tech. Burst & Hacker Noon’s latest free photo collection is focused on coding. Here you’ll find royalty-free images of software programmers on their computers, close-ups of […]

Android KTX-a new library by Android, that you need to try today!

It is amazing how much improved our Android development process has been, after Kotlin was announced as the official language for Android development. From people at Android, improving Android Studio to make it easier for us developers, to use Kotlin on our favorite IDE, to people at Kotlin making Anko […]

How To Make Leaning to Code Fun for Children

Basic coding fundamentals are no longer optional for high school graduates who want to excel in the modern workforce. Every child won’t grow up to be a developer, but the ability to understand how computers and AI work is important in almost every industry — and becoming more so every year. Luckily, there […]

Top Web & Software Development Articles — February 7, 2018

What’s trending on Codeburst this week? Highlighted The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap — An illustrated guide to becoming a Frontend or Backend Developer with links to courses. Top Stories Redux-Actions through Example: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 — This series assumes that you are already familiar with both React and Redux; and just maybe have […]

Clojure Macros — Lessons from unspoken symbols

At Swym, we use Clojure for a lot of things. And invariably, we have ended up with use cases where macros are deemed necessary. In this post, I try to take through the lessons I learned (read mistakes) along the way. Source — https://www.videoblocks.com/video/hacker-text-terminal-fake-data-scroll-computer-terminal-display-computing-random-text-generations-scrolling-down-the-page-vxglayqceimdkqwzw I started off by creating a simple macro using […]

Beginner Bites: A taste of Rust, a safe, concurrent and practical language!

Today we’ll experience a sampler of Rust. I’ll provide links that will get you set up, then you’ll solve the first Project Euler problem in Rust. You’ll see some of the syntax, and learn what a macro is. I hope to show you that the language is robust, easy to […]