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Coding, Web Design

Hot New Web Dev – April 2022

Welcome to the April 2022 edition of the latest web development technologies. This month on hot new web dev features a security vulnerability with 7-Zip software. We will get a low down on what to expect from the latest version of Ubuntu. As usual, we have our recommended web design and development resources for April. Dare I say Twitter!

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Software, Coding

Top 10 Visual Studio Code Extensions 2022

With each Visual Studio Code update, extensions can change. Some extensions may become built into the current release or stop being actively maintained. For whatever reason, it’s always good to try out new extensions and check old ones. Here are the Top 10 Visual Studio Code extensions 2022 that I use the most. Spoiler alert: Some of which are not the most popular.

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Software, Cloud

5 Tools to Merge Multiple PDF Assignments to One Document

Students have to complete several assignments every day. Sometimes it becomes difficult for them to handle these documents. Moreover, when the files are in PDF format, they become non-editable. Neither they can make changes in the content nor combine them.

Here come the PDF combiners that help you unify and merge multiple PDF files and make it easy for the students to manage the assignments in a better way.

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Coding, Technology, Web Design

Hot New Web Dev – March 2022

Welcome to the March 2022 edition of the latest web development technologies. This month on hot web dev. We feature Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology and its place in the IT industry. How AI is being used in recruitment to both hire and fire people! Does AI take into consideration those that are neurodiverse? Don’t forget to check out the usual monthly roundup of coding and web design resources.

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Coding

JavaScript Date Sorter

The JavaScript Date Sorter is a vanilla JavaScript Project that uses an HTML form to grab a name and date input and adds it to a table. There is a third column that takes the date, calculates the age then adds it to the table. This table can be sorted and items can be deleted. The data uses the browsers LocalStorage to store the items. There are buttons to recalculate the age and clear the table.

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Software

The Best Software Development Process

Selecting the best software development process is critical to the success of the project. There are several popular models, but the one that is best for your project depends on the specific needs of the project. This article covers popular software development process models, methodologies and delves into the history of programming and software.

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Linux, Coding, Web Design

Hot New Web Dev – February 2022

Welcome to the February 2022 edition of the latest web development technologies. This month in hot web dev we will feature data structures and algorithms and why they are important. If you love Linux but want to try something new, take a look at the distributions to try out in 2022. As always there is the usual coding and web design resources.

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Coding, Web Design

Hot New Web Dev – January 2022

Welcome to the January 2022 monthly roundup of Development resources. As you may have noticed I have shortened the title to Hot New Web Dev for this year. As usual, it will be full of the action-packed world of web design and development and also keep you posted on what’s going on in the tech world. This month we feature a look at the latest release of WordPress. Have you any thoughts on what’s going to happen with your Windows 10 computer when it comes to 2025! Let’s also see the latest in web design and development.

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Linux, Software

Quickly Install Visual Studio Code on Garuda Linux

I recently installed Garuda Linux on my Lenovo Yoga laptop. I came across an issue where I couldn’t install the Microsoft version of Visual Studio Code as it wasn’t in any of the repositories. After a little digging, I came across a way you can install it from a git repo. This may also work on other arch Linux based distributions. Please let me know in the comments.

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Linux

Uplifting 2022 – Garuda Linux Review

Happy New Year. Last year I watched a Garuda Linux review on YouTube and liked what I saw. I have been a long time Linux fan since 2007. The release of Windows Vista enticed me into trying alternatives. At first, I tested out a few. I tried Mandriva, PC Linux, Ubuntu, Linux Mint amongst the most common. At home, I use a Mac but like to fire up Linux often. For the past year, I have been using Ubuntu Budgie which is easy to use without too much configuration. I haven’t used the KDE desktop in a long time so it would be a nice change. Read on to see how the switch to an arch-based distro went.

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