One of the most pursued degree programs in the world is computer science (CS). Like in the united states, it is ranked 3rd in terms of students’ preference. The used parameters in ranking them are the quality of programs offered, a number of research programs conducted and published to the public, the prospects of graduates to secure jobs and finally, the amount committed to funding research projects. Continue reading “The Most Popular Universities for Computer Programming Degrees”
There are few things more frustrating than slow Internet. When a movie keeps freezing or conference calls keep dropping out, it can drive anyone crazy. Individuals who use the internet for business can even lose money when their connection isn’t up to par. Many factors can cause slow speeds but the good news is that many of them can be addressed. Doing regular speed tests can help to quickly identify patterns and highlight when something may be going wrong. Let’s discuss some of the things which may be causing your Internet to slow down and how you can respond. Continue reading “5 Things Slowing Down Your Internet Speed and What to Do about Them”
There are many tools available to automate software testing. Some of these software testing tools are licensed and some are open source. These testing tools aid in areas of testing like, functional, regression, load, performance, stress & unit testing, web, mobile & desktop testing, etc.
Let’s take an in-depth look at 10 Best Open Source Testing Tools for Web and Mobile Apps. Continue reading “Top 10 Best Open Source Testing Tools for Web and Mobile Apps”
Thanks to technology, most businesses these days are now able to process and manage data more
efficiently and effectively. However, as the internet and digital platforms become more of a necessity to process critical business information, the risk of being targeted for data breach also increases. Continue reading “The Top Security Breaches in History”
Whichever field are you working in, you will come across software and web apps, sooner or later. In the past, the software was considered to be an enabler, but in the digital era of Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning, coding means a safe jump into the valley of opportunities. So, if you are thinking of learning to code, now is the right time to do so. Continue reading “Top 5 Programming Languages Defining the Future of Coding”
Bash is a Unix/Linux command interpreter (shell). Bash is the Bourne Again SHell created as part of GNU Project. Bash is an Bourne shell compatible shell that incorporates useful features from the Korn shell (ksh) and C shell (csh). It offers functional improvements over Bourne shell for both programming and interactive use. In addition, most Bourne shell scripts can be run by Bash without modification. Bash is intended to conform to the IEEE POSIX P1003.2/ISO 9945.2 Shell and Tools standard.
Bash was originally written by Brian Fox of the Free Software Foundation. The current developer and maintainer is Chet Ramey of Case Western Reserve University.
The improvements offered by Bash include:
- Command line editing
- Unlimited size command history
- Job Control
- Shell Functions and Aliases
- Indexed arrays of unlimited size
- Integer arithmetic in any base from two to sixty-four
Here are the top 10 Bash Programming Guides, Reference & Tools Continue reading “Top 10 Bash Programming Guides, Reference & Tools”
All the Linux distributions are either derivative of GNU/Linux ( OS made up of Linux Kernel developed by Linus Torvalds and GNU software repository) or derived from other Linux derivatives.
Desktop distributions comes with Graphical user interface enabled by default & aimed at individual users and most of the administration work can be done using GUI. Good for new users and running Linux-based graphical applications.
Server Distribution are for more advanced users who are familiar with Linux command line as Graphical Interface is not enabled by default in most of the server distributions. Server distributions comes with web servers like apache and networking packages like DNS and useful for running backend services , work as web server or DNS Server.
Here is the top 10 must have books for Unix and Linux , these are great books for any one working in Unix and Linux from beginner to advance users improve skills and go deeper to understand, learn, program and manage Unix and Linux systems. Continue reading “Top 10 Must have Books for Unix and Linux”
Published several years ago these O’Reilly books are still useful & relevant for the current and new system administrators. Although these books may not cover latest version of operating systems yet these explains very well the underlying technical details and process which have not changed over the years. Continue reading “10 Must Have O’Reilly Linux and Unix Books”
Fedora 24 is releasing on June 2 and here are some prominent features of fedora 24 that you should know.
GNOME 3.20 – it incorporates many usability improvements like easier input device and printer settings, better search interface, shortcuts for keyboard commands and more convenient music controls. Continue reading “fedora 24 : Top Features You Should Know”