Day: November 29, 2021

Developer Uncategorized

Haskell in 100 Seconds

Haskell is a purely functional programming language based on lambda calculus. It uses immutable values and expressions to produce terse code that is suitable for general-purpose software applications.

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Alphabet CEO on Company’s Next Trillion Dollars

Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai discusses his company’s $2 trillion valuation and how the tech giant will gain its next trillion. He also talks about the flexibility of Google’s Return-to-Office policy.

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Virtual Reality

Playing Chess in Quest 2 Mixed Reality

I think mixed reality has more of a future than pure virtual reality. See a great example of why that is. We go hands-on with the upcoming Unity Slices: Table, a mixed reality demo from Unity Labs that makes use of the Quest 2’s new passthrough video API as well as Presence Platform developer tools. […]

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Developer Microsoft

Object Oriented Programming In C#

This Simplilearn’s C# OOPs Tutorial will assist beginners in understanding why we prefer object-oriented programming over procedural programming, as well as four major concepts of C# OOPs: abstraction, encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism, with practical demonstrations for a better learning experience. This C# tutorial on OOPs video explained the advantages of all four object-oriented programming concepts.

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Are Supercapacitors the better Batteries?

I have often wondered why use batteries and not supercapacitors. Supercapacitors are super like Superman or Superwoman. Otherwise, they only would be called “Capacitors.” Right? Where are they “super” and where not? Where can we use them, and how? And the most important question: Are they better than batteries?

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How can Hackers STILL Break Your Passwords?

In this video we touch upon the problems with just Hashing your passwords, and how they can still be vulnerable, along with some potential solutions.

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