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what is pwa?

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Welcome Back Folks! Came again with another new blog. If you are struggling with a storage problem in your mobile, then PWA is a saviour. Let’s begin.. 😊 “A Progressive Web App (PWA) uses modern web capabilities to build Mobile Experience without getting to the App store.” Progressive Web Apps are web applications that load in a web browser just like web pages or websites. It...

what is NLP In ML?

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Hello Folks! In this blog, we will understand the concept of NLP and its uses. So, keep up with the blog. Chaliye shuru karte hai! 🙂 The Natural Language Processing (NLP) refers to all systems that work together to handle end-to-end interactions between the machines and humans in the preferred language of the human. In other words, NLP lets people and machines talk to each other...

what is blockchain?

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Hello Folks! This blog is for anyone who is curious about the blockchain technology but has no idea what it is exactly. So, keep up with the blog. Blockchain technology is a type of distributed ledger technology. It is an accounting system where the ledger (record of transactions) is distributed among a network of computers. So at its core, blockchain technology is a record-keeping tool. This...

what is debugging?

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Hello Folks, Firstly, we need to understand what is bug, before understanding debugging. A bug refers to an error, fault or flaw in any computer program or a hardware system. It produces unexpected results or causes a system to behave unexpectedly. If I were to sum up my programming career into two hard truths, they will be following. Anything that can possibly go wrong, will go wrong.Code smells...

What is CI/CD?

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Hello Folks! If you are from a DevOps background, then you are familiar with the term “Continuous Integration and Deployment“. If not, then we will try to understand in this blog. Firstly, let’s understand, why it came. Let’s go back few years and talk about waterfall model, let’s say if you have a client and it says we want to build a project. Now, in this case, it...

What is beacon?

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Hello Folks! If you own a business or are involved in marketing, you may have heard about beacon technology. If not, then we will try to understand in this blog. A beacon is a small device that transmits a Bluetooth signal at regular intervals. This signal is broadcast in a certain format, a communication protocol that describes the string of characters and numbers that make up the signal. It...

what is IoT?

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Hello Folks! In this 21st century, the internet plays an important role in our life because everything is connected to the internet today. IoT refers to an Internet Of Things. Connecting any device (including everything from cell phones, vehicles, home appliances and other wearable embedded with sensors and actuators) with Internet so that these objects can exchange data with each other on a...

What is software testing?

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Hello Folks, Testing is a process of checking whether a product is behaving as per the client’s requirement or not. The product can be anything like smartphone, camera, software etc. Now, think all the possible ways to test your smartphone. What is Software Testing? Software testing is checking a software/system according to clients requirements and expectations. Software testing is a series...

Golang concurrency

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Concurrent computing is a form of computing in which several computations are executed during overlapping time periods—concurrently—instead of sequentially (one completing before the next starts). This is a property of a system—this may be an individual program, a computer, or a network—and there is a separate execution point or “thread of control” for each computation...

What is Chatbot?

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Hello Folks! Get your reading glasses out, today you’re going to learn everything there is know about Chatbots 🤖 The first chatbot ever was developed by MIT professor Joseph Weizenbaum in the 1960s. It was called ELIZA. Simulated conversation using pattern matching and substitution. ALICE (Artificial Linguistic Internet Computer Entity) was developed in 1995 by Richard Wallace. Unlike...

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