Tag: Programming Language
I had a go with GitHub Copilot
I was very excited last week when I finally got access to the GitHub Copilot, I had signed up for it many months ago and was on a waitinglist. I think for many developers are interested in learning what an AI solution can do for them and to make code suggestions.
How Environmental Friendly is Programming Languages
One thing that I have wondered about for a while is which programming language is the most environmentally friendly for the climate. Over my career, I have used many different programming languages, starting with Assembly as we build Operating Systems and working very closely with the hardware. Over the years, I got away from working […]
Pagination with Angular and Firestore
I have created a Cloud Function that uses the NewsAPI to read the latest news and store the news in a Firestore collection. To read the news links I created an Angular app to read the news. Firestore does not have pagination support so I had to build it myself. This post is all about how […]
Get free Access to Learn Python GUI programming using Qt framework on Udemy
Are you interested in getting free Access to Learn Python GUI programming using Qt framework, I think you should be. I have teamed up with Udemy to promote their latest Python course. How it works, the first 50 users will get totally free access to the Udemy course, by following this link to the course and click on […]
So you want to be a software developer – here’s what I’d learn
Being a software developer is not easy, tools, programming languages are constantly shifting, so what should you do if you want to be a software developer – here’s what I’d learn or improve my skills in 2015.
Basic Python RESTful Server bridging PHP with Python
I run into an issue recently, I got a use case to connect to the Luminoso service using their API, Luminoso has an Authentication library in Python, my backend server is written in PHP.
How to run PHP with Python using a RESTful API
During development, I set up a virtual environment, here is how I did that. virtualenv If you are on Mac OS X or Linux, chances are that one of the following two commands will work for you: $ sudo easy_install virtualenvor even better: $ sudo pip install virtualenv