Studies conducted by Google show that for many developers finding code online consumes a large portion of the day. Finding a simple function, a library, a useful package, a reusable component or a useful “how to” blog tutorial isn’t always simple. Knowing if you can trust and use the code you found can be even […]
Given the choice between one piece of cake right now or a whole cake one month from now, we would probably choose the first. This psychological bias is known as “Time Preference” or “Delay Discount.” We’ve all seen this fine example of kids trying to hold on by not eating a marshmallow, in hope of […]
Amidst the fast-changing landscape of the Internet of Things (IoT), the world’s fastest growing open source platform Node.js launched a major update that will enhance its security, reliability and performance for IoT-related solutions. News of the update came from the Node.js Foundation, an industry-backed, community-led consortium that developed the open source platform. It announced the […]
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