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10 Reasons to Learn Python Programming

Python is one of the most popular programming languages that exist. It’s simple, easy to learn and powerful enough to build a web application...
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7 Quick Ways To Step Up Your Email Design…

How many emails do you receive a day? Ten? Twenty? Fifty? Now, how many of those emails do you quickly skim and immediately delete?...
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How do You Accept Credit Card Payments on Your…

Key Takeaways Payment processing allows you to accept payments online, and integrate a variety of payment methods and features. Here are three options to...
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What is ECMAScript?

Have you ever wondered how JavaScript became so popular? If so, you have come to the right place.  To understand how JavaScript became so...
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What is a Hacker?

Defining hacker isn’t so straightforward. The name has an “I know it when I see it” ring to it. Most computer programmers are hackers,...
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jQuery vs. JavaScript | What’s the difference?

Here is a question I hear often: What’s the difference between JavaScript and jQuery? To understand the difference you need to look at a...
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Famous First Landing Pages | Google, Facebook, Amazon…

“If you’re not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late.” — Reid Hoffman If your startup is successful, no one will remember...
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7 Jobs You Can Land if You Learn SQL

SQL is one of the most widely used programming languages in the world, and if you learn SQL, you open up some clear paths...
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Python 2 vs Python 3: What’s the Difference?

Instagram recently celebrated their move from Python 2 to Python 3. Yet many famous companies are still using Python 2. Why? One word: compatibility. Python...
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