Cleaning Up Your Code With F-Strings in Python

A beginner’s guide to formatting string literals

The JavaScript Slice Cheat Sheet

A beginner’s guide to the slice() method with commons uses explained .The JavaScript Slice Cheat Sheet

DevOps for Beginners

IT World loves buzzwords, the most recent one that you could hear and see more often is DevOps. What is it, and why is there so much hype around it in the IT community?

How To Learn Ruby on Rails

How to get around in your first Rails projects? Codecademy's Learn Ruby on Rails course is designed for beginner programmers. Codecademy is a platform for learning skills that you can apply in real-life ...

Ramda, Lodash, Undescore… Why So Many?

When I came to a JS project and there were no lodash imported, I was slightly surprised, then I googled filter syntax with plain javascript and was hoping to be over it but then I realised: there was something called Ramda instead! “Is this even legal?!” — I though to myself. But then I started to explore and here it is what I know now, come along!

Implementing TabNet in PyTorch

In this blog, I will take you through a step-wise beginner-friendly implementation of TabNet in PyTorch.

Why ReactJS?

React JS is the most popular JS library for building UI (User Interfaces), which is created by Facebook. We can build fast Single Page, modern Applications, or websites with React. So, the question here arises is why React is so important. Let's put some light on the features of react.

Want to Be a Software Developer? Learn C++ First and Thank Me Later.

I am happy to tell you that the C++ language is behind all of those things and more! C++ is a powerful language for developing almost anything you can imagine from PC applications, to games, operating systems, robots and more! The sky is really the limit with C++.

Want to Be a Software Developer? Learn C++ First and Thank Me Later.

I am happy to tell you that the C++ language is behind all of those things and more! C++ is a powerful language for developing almost anything you can imagine from PC applications, to games, operating systems, robots and more! The sky is really the limit with C++.

Gradient Boosting Classification explained through Python

In this article, I would like to discuss how Gradient Boosting works for Classification. If you did not read that article, it’s all right because I will reiterate what I discussed in the previous article anyway.

Build infinite pagination with ES6 async generators and iterables

Build infinite pagination with ES6 async generators and iterables. Generators are functions which can be exited and later re-entered. Their context (variable bindings) will be saved across re-entrances.

Introduction to Data Science and Machine Learning.

Predicting Food Prices Using Linear Regression. In this article, I will introduce Data Science and Machine Learning.

Start-off with Streamlit(Beginner’s Approach)

Streamlit is an open-source app framework** that **isthe easiest way for **data scientists** and **machine learning engineers** to create beautiful, performant apps in only a few hours! By the end of this blog, you are going to be comfortable with using Streamlit to build a basic streamlit **web-application**.

Why Statistics is piece of a data science pie?

As we all know, statistics is one of the industry knowledge one needs to be a data scientist. In this blog, I’m going to pen down some of the things about the same.

Why Pandas Hinder You From Perfecting Programming Skills

Python’s popularity is growing the quickest among programming languages. This means more and more employers are looking for developers, data scientists and analysts that know how to program Python and take advantage of its many open source libraries.

Building RGB Color Classifier

Dataset Creation, Preprocessing & Building Artificial Neural Network Model along with its Performance Evaluation.

Nullish Coalescing and Optional Chaining Operators

It is a logical operator that returns its right-hand side operand when its left-hand side operand is null or undefined, and otherwise returns its left-hand side operand.

Building a multi — functionality Voice Assistant in 10 minutes

I am going to show you how to build a voice assistant that responds to basic user queries. After reading this article you shall get a basic idea about what web scraping is and how can it be used to build a voice assistant.

Creating a Range in JavaScript

Have you ever worked on a problem where you needed to make a list of all the numbers between two inputs and manipulate them in some sort of way? Recently, I found myself in just this predicament and thought that JavaScript would have a nice and easy built in function to make the process easier, like Ruby does.

Beginner’s Python Financial Analysis Walk-through — Part 4

Simple Risk Management. You’re over halfway there to making more educated stock decisions! Welcome to part 4 of the financial analysis project.