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Want your Go programs to run faster? Optimizing string comparisons in Go can improve your application’s response time and help scalability. Comparing two strings to see if they’re equal takes processing power, but not all comparisons are the same.

So you’re a front end developer, and you want to learn some backend stuff. You want to become a full stack developer someday, so where do you start? Google’s Go language is an excellent place.

I picked up the new Raspberry Pi High Quality camera last week. It’s pretty impressive. In this article, I’ll show you some ways to interact with this camera and do some cool stuff with it.

You can use cloud services for IoT, but to truly learn you need to build your own service, and that's what we'll do here. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to grab temperature from a Raspberry Pi and build an endpoint to store the data, with Go.

Migrating to the cloud is one of the biggest challenges organizations face today. To do it well, you need systems that are fast, secure and scalable. It's difficult to know where to start or how to find the best way forward.

There are tons of front end frameworks to choose from, and getting good with them is no small task. But sharpening your core JavaScript skills can make you better at all front-end frameworks. By thoroughly understanding JavaScript at its core, you will write better programs, faster, with less struggle.

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If you want to rocket your Kubernetes Administration skills to the next level, here are a set of courses you can take

The Folding at Home research project uses crowd sourced CPU power to help model simulations to develop treatments for diseases. You can help them by taking 5 minutes to download their client, and donate some CPU Cycles.

Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is awesome. It gives you the power to use Linux within your Windows system. A Linux shell can be difficult to learn, but the payoffs are incredible. You can become insanely productive with it. I encourage every Windows developer to give this a try.

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