10 Free Books for Learning JavaScript

By on November 30, 2014

JavaScript is changing at a very rapid pace right now, the term Vanilla JavaScript has been very popular as of late, and will probably gain more attention over the coming months. I can relate to front-end being a miserable journey, but JavaScript has been evolving at a very rapid pace. I recently published a post Read More...


Web Scraping in Python

5 Tutorials on Web Scraping in Python

By on November 28, 2014

Learning to program  in   Python  is very easy. I think I made that perfectly clear in my article – resources for learning  Python  – a couple of months back. The language has a specific syntax that very much resembles the English language. It’s almost like you’re putting together real words to complete specific tasks. I Read More...


Introductory Resources for Go (Programming Language)

By on November 24, 2014

Go (also known as Golang) is a programming language that’s being actively developed by search giant Google. Golang was launched back in 2007, by Robert Griesemer, Ken Thompson, and Rob Pike. Go is a compiled, statically-typed language with “C”-like syntax. It was designed to be a simple language to use and learn. History is telling Read More...


The 6 Best Python IDE Solutions for Developers

By on November 16, 2014

You can look at it from many points of view, but having a good code editor (Integrated Development Environment) can really change the pace of your progress, be it for learning or for a full-scale project that you’re working on. These days, specifically built IDE’s come equipped with necessary tools and features to make development Read More...


3 Content Management Systems for Node.js

By on November 14, 2014

You can rest assured that there are at least over a thousand different content management systems available, and 90% of them are probably written in PHP! You wouldn’t think that many people are focusing on Node.js as a language for developing functional web software, but looks like there is ‘plenty’ of support for such cases. Read More...


10 Free Books for Learning NoSQL

By on November 10, 2014

NoSQL (Not Only SQL) databases have been around for a long time now, but only are we now seeing some real results and benchmarks being analyzed. It can get quite confusing at first, knowing which particular NoSQL system is the best for your project, so here’s a nice infographic that tries to outline the systems Read More...