Rust

Becoming RUSTy is not a bad thing

If you are a techie person, you, of course, know the tradition to write a little program to print the text “Hello, world!” to the screen when learning a new language. So today I would like to say “Hello, Rust!” to relatively new system programming language that runs blazingly fast, prevents segmentation faults, and guarantees… Continue reading Becoming RUSTy is not a bad thing

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ASP.NET Core: Pros and Cons

Introducing ASP.NET Core: ASP.NET Core is a new open-source and cross-platform framework for building modern cloud based internet connected applications, such as web apps, IoT apps and mobile backends. ASP.NET Core apps can run on .NET Core or on the full .NET Framework. It was architected to provide an optimized development framework for apps that… Continue reading ASP.NET Core: Pros and Cons

software development

5 Free Online Courses to Grow Your Tech Skills

At one time, universities and colleges were institutes of higher learning for those who were passionate about acquiring knowledge. Today, education discussions tend to to center around how much individuals can make with their degree. Thanks to the Internet there are still places that offer open learning initiatives designed to help a new generation of… Continue reading 5 Free Online Courses to Grow Your Tech Skills

Cloud, Linux

Is the cloudbook the future of Linux?

It's impossible to deny the amazing rise of Chrome OS. This Linux-based platform was the ideal solution at the ideal time. The cloud proved itself not only a viable option but, in many cases, the most optimal option. The puzzle was simple to solve: Create a cost-effective platform that blended seamlessly with the cloud. Linux?… Continue reading Is the cloudbook the future of Linux?

Google, Internet Browsers

Is Chrome about to swing the knockout punch at Firefox?

There has been a lot of talk about the dirge sounding for the Firefox browser. With a marked nosedive in market share (roughly 15%), the one-time king of the browse war has now fallen into third place (behind Internet Explorer and Chrome). As most pundits are scratching their heads, I'm fairly certain that there's a… Continue reading Is Chrome about to swing the knockout punch at Firefox?