6 Ways to Perfect the UI of Your Mobile App

One of the biggest headaches mobile app programmers face is how to make their app stand out from the rest. It’s a valid concern since the average app will be coming up against tens or hundreds of applications already in the market that do almost the same thing. Whereas making sure the app has the […]

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Histogram with R

Data Visualization in R

R programming was developed in 1993 for making graphs and producing statistical results. There are many libraries in R language that can be used for making graphs and producing statistical data. There are many steps that have to be taken into consideration for doing data analysis through this language. These steps are: Programming Transforming Discovering […]

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Nine years of Go

Introduction Today marks the ninth anniversary of the day we open-sourced our initial sketch of Go. On each anniversary we like to take time to reflect on what has happened over the past year. The past 12 months have been a breakout year for the Go language and community. Go Love & Adoption Thanks to […]

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Go Modules in 2019

What a year! 2018 was a great year for the Go ecosystem, with package management as one of our major focuses. In February, we started a community-wide discussion about how to integrate package management directly into the Go toolchain, and in August we delivered the first rough implementation of that feature, called Go modules, in […]

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Book Review: Enlightenment Now

Bill Gates named this as his favorite book of all time. This book makes the case that the world of today is better than the world at any time in the past — in almost every respect. He does this with facts, numbers and evidence — lots of evidence. In response to those that tell us the world is going […]

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