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Hyperloop an Invention that come from the world of Fantasy

A Hyperloop is a proposed mode of passenger and/or freight transportation first used to describe an open-source vactrain design released by a joint team from Tesla and SpaceX. Drawing heavily from Robert Goddard’s vactrain, a hyperloop is a sealed tube or system of tubes through which a pod may travel free of air resistance or friction conveying people or objects at high…
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Linux Day – 25 August, 2018 at NCML

Linux Day is celebrated every August 25, or on the Saturday closest to August 25 if it does not fall on a Saturday. There is a never-ending debate on whether Linux is an operating system or not. If you ask people in the field of IT, they could spare you some time and say that…
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Atlassian and Slack Become Partners

Slack made a surprising announcement today that it’s acquired HipChat, once a primary competitor to its workplace chat service, from enterprise software giant Atlassian. As part of the partnership between Slack and Atlassian, HipChat will be shutting down and the two companies will work together to migrate all of its users over to Slack. The same goes…
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The Slim a Micro Framework for PHP

Are you a PHP developer who is tired of long texts of code and wants to try new frameworks? In this article, I am eager to introduce you to Slim, a PHP framework that is designed specifically for the fast development of APIs and web applications. No question, Symfony, and Laravel are great tools as…
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GitHub’s Learning Lab

 Earlier this year, GitHub announced Learning Lab — a portion of the site where users can learn the fundamentals of GitHub, and come to know how to migrate the service from other platforms.GitHub’s learning lab launches free courses on open source collaboration and HTML. The course is aimed at developers of all levels. This was…
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Debian 9.5 Released

Debian 9.5 Released: “Rock Solid” GNU/Linux Distro Arrives With Spectre v2 Fix Supporters the fourth point give out of Debian 9 stretch in March, the ones that make of the having general approval GnuLinux distro have shipped the latest bring to the current state to its hard to move distribution. For those who do not have knowledge of, Debian a 9 is an LTS account that will keep being supported for 5 years. As one would being of the opinion that, this point give does not take any group of new features and keeps focusing on getting well an already hard to move experience by giving over safety patches and bug fixes. In Case you are looking for a thing for which selection made that takes new points, you can check out the recently given out Linux Mint 19. Coming back…
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Introduction to GNU free Software

GNU is a system software that is a freeware software,—-that it gives the user freedom to do what he wants to do with it. The GNU operating system consists of different GNU package. The GNU packages mean that programs that are specifically released for a GNU project. The development of GNU makes it possible to…
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Introduction To Open Source Software

Open Source Resources You know why I’m writing this article??? I’m writing this article because I think many people don’t know the significance of open source. They don’t know even in this century, the century of revolution where We get so much success in the field of Information Technology(IT). As open sources are frequently used…
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The SLIM PHP, My Experience.

I have reviewed both Laravel and Slim as a replacement for CodeIgniter and I must say I am impressed by both of them. But Slim has a slight advantage for me, because in itself it doesn’t have much extras on board, but that is good if you know what you need and from there you…
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Content Management in the Cloud

A content management systems (CMS) such as WordPress, Drupal, or Joomla can make the business of building and maintaining your website much easier. In much the same way as a CMS can take away the hassles of dealing with code, Engine Yard can take away the hassles of running your own infrastructure. Combining the two…
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