According to a sendesignz.com post
I personally think that Visual Studio is the best IDE, and I spend most of my day in it. And I’d definitely by using Visual Studio as much as I can – if you are on Windows, Visual Studio’s Python support is worth exploring.
I’d leave the choice up to you. Both IDE have free and paid options.
I think Visual Studio is an engineering marvel. If as much effort went into space travel as went into the design of this, we’d be on Mars by now.
That said if you prefer to use PyCharm:
- Please go to https://www.jetbrains.com/student/ and get your free full blown tools offered by Jet Brains, with all bells and whistles.
- Here are two YouTube video series if you want:
Getting Started with PyCharm:
PyCharm Video Demos:
If you want to use Visual Studio:
- Get the free Visual Studio 2015 Continue reading Getting Started: Python
The Year 2000 problem is understood by most people these days because of the large amount of media attention it received.
Most programs written in the C programming language are relatively immune to the Y2K problem, but suffer instead from the Year 2038 problem. This problem arises because most C programs use a library of routines called the standard time library . This library establishes a standard 4-byte format for the storage of time values, and also provides a number of functions for converting, displaying and calculating time values. Continue reading What is the 2038 problem?
|Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari and Internet Explorer fight it out|
The Browser Wars are heating up again. First there was the funeral party for Internet Explorer 6 (let’s hope it stays buried), then we had the EU mandate for the Browser Ballot, a feature which has lead to the corrosion of the IE’s install base, Firefox overtook Internet Explorer 7, and recently, we saw the release of Opera 10.50 – the self-proclaimed Fastest Browser on Earth… As we were putting up the finishing touches on this article Microsoft released a sneak peek of Internet Explorer 9; and not a moment too soon as you will learn soon. Continue reading The hunt for the Fastest Browser on Earth
Hey Folks…..how are you? Have you ever heard about the concept of mobile pairing via bluetooth…??? I have an idea about the same concept about the w- fi routers. What if we pair the wi-fi device with the wi -fi home routers. The main concept behind this idea is to stop the hacking of the wi-fi networks and stop the piracy of the internet and thus we can avoid hacking of the networks. Continue reading Router Pairing
While Google might have dashed to the front lines with its Chrome browser-based OS, it is Firefox which is more suitable as a base for an operating system: With its near unlimited extensibility thanks to add-ons, plugins and themes, you can make your Firefox supremely powerful and uniquely you. When one looks at the array of applications built on the same powerful framework as Firefox, one realizes how much more appropriate it is as the basis for a cloud operating system; compared to Google Chrome, that is. Continue reading xPUD – Firefox powered Operating System [My Review]
Slackware is old. No really, it’s OLD! If you’re used to the likes of Ubuntu or any of the other modern GNU/Linux systems, setting up Slackware would seem like you’re back in the early 90s.
Some will argue that Ubuntu and the rest that try to make life easier for desktop users don’t give that fine-grained control over the way you set up your system. Why should a distro try to make choices on your behalf? By configuring your system from the bottom up, you’d ultimately learn the internals.
Does it help? Yes, it does. Immensely! Does everyone have the time and inclination? Continue reading Slackware 13: Is it Really Worthy of the 21st Century?