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  1. Dragonriser

    Certifications for programmers

    Thanks a lot for your advice. To be honest I am a diploma holder in Computer Networking and Security.
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    Certifications for programmers

    Hey guys, I just started out with Google analytics and AdWords as a side hobby and now I am certified for both of them. This made me wonder which other certificate I should acquire to be able to land a good paying job(though freelancing is my thing). Also I have started with aws and azure. This made me wonder whether I should get certified (entry level) with all the three platforms or just follow one for my career. My focus is big data and thus it would be great to get some veterans advice
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    College laptop

    Actually I was given 1900 canadian dollars only for both my laptop and smartphone and I am thinking of buying both with good enough specs so please share about smartphone as well
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    College laptop

    Hey guys I am going to start my college in a month and I still don't have a laptop . The specifications provided by my college are as such: Core i5 or i7 Ram no less than 16 gb Memory 500 gb or more Graphics atleast 2 gb Optional cd drive , ethernet port my budget is 1200 canadian dollars only. I have found one that matches my taste https://www.asus.com/Laptops/ASUS-VivoBook-S15-S510UN/ The course I am going to do is Network technician and yes my college prefers yogabook 520 by lenovo and description of my course is as follows In this program, students focus on computer programming, web development and leveraging data to help organizations make meaningful business decisions. Throughout the program, students learn how to write code using a variety of languages such as Arduino, ASP.NET, C#, C++, Java, JavaScript, PHP, SQL and Swift. Students gain experience developing software for diverse platforms including embedded systems, desktop, mobile, and mainframe systems. In addition, students are exposed to advanced concepts including systems analysis, Business Intelligence (BI), application security, data structures, and game and simulation programming. With a strong emphasis on business and entrepreneurial values, students gain experience in problem solving, troubleshooting and systems building through a series of applied assignments, projects, and co-op work terms.
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    Learning a new language

    Thanks a lot
  6. Dragonriser

    Learning a new language

    Just a hobby and for some competitions
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    Jar to exe wrapper

    Can you tell me how to do it
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    Jar to exe wrapper

    Can you tell me an app which can turn a jar file to exe I had tried launch4j but thatdid not work
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    Learning a new language

    k thanks and i am gonna focus on python
  10. Dragonriser

    Learning a new language

    thanks for your suggestion angular, python , c# and java I will now choose between these though angular will be completely alien to me
  11. Dragonriser

    Learning a new language

    I want to get familiar with web development languages say making good looking websites and also managment though my main concern is learning something like layered motion webpages and desktop apps
  12. Dragonriser

    Learning a new language

    I want to get familiar with web development languages say making good looking websites and also managment
  13. Dragonriser

    Learning a new language

    I dont know about latest languages like kotlin ruby so i wanted a suggestion and also recommend some great websites where i can learn
  14. Dragonriser

    Learning a new language

    I did start core java 3 days ago and codeacademy and code.org are where I have enrolled today
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    Learning a new language

    I recently passed out my High school and I am currently free for about 5 months now. Can you suggest any programming language I should learn. I know Html and that is all for now. I am learning from sololearn.com and alison.com which provide various languages like ruby, javascript etc Any suggestion for a site will be appreciated for leanring sites and forums
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