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The year 2020 has been slackening for every single individual, no matter from which background. But as the saying goes - “Where there is a will, there is a way”, if someone has determination there’s no barrier that will stop them.

DigitalOcean probably had this in mind while launching HacktoberFest 2020 this year too. For someone in IT, open-source is quite a fascinating term. To delve into open-source, there’s no opportunity better than HacktoberFest.

For those of you new to open-source like I was, Hacktoberfest is a month-long celebration of open-source software hosted by DigitalOcean while partnering with Github and…


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With the software industry growing so swiftly, it is becoming really tough for developers around the globe to keep up with the pace. Even if you are really talented, hard-working, and motivated, things can go laterally if you are unable to keep up with the standards of the current industrial trend.

With software development becoming an area of interest to a wider crowd, several tools and software applications have been launched into the market to enable higher coding standards to achieve better, and more importantly quicker development time. Having some of the required tools at our disposal along with a…


A list of Chrome Developer tools and it’s usage for easy access

If you are a person who has done even a tinge of Web development and uses Google Chrome as your browser, you would be familiar with the eminent “Ctrl + Shift + I” keys. This shortcut is not just a shortcut for Web Developers, but it is a technique when used credibly, cuts down development time significantly.

I will try to pen down some of the chief tools available in the Chrome Developer tools in this article. Feel free to point out any of the important ones that I might have missed.

  1. Elements Panel: This is a panel where you…


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Object Oriented Programming or OOPs is a very common programming paradigm when we talk at the industry level for various reasons as we will discuss later in the blog. Most newbies find OOPs to be very confusing to learn as all the concepts involved have only subtle differences from the others. To explain this, let’s shell out a hypothetical interview scenario.

Interviewer: Good Morning A. I see you have mentioned OOPs as a skill in your resume. What do you know about OOPs?

A: Good Morning Sir! I have learned all the concepts pertaining to OOPs and have done a…


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This summer, I am interning as a Software Engineer Intern at Akamai Technologies. I got through the college’s intern hiring process where the company had visited our college and selected a few interns and offered them the internship.

Needless to say, I was euphoric when I was selected and really looked forward to serving as an intern at their Bangalore office. But, due to the Covid-19 outbreak and nationwide lockdown, I had to return to my hometown and felt gutted down and was worried I would have to let go of the internship.

On boarding

It was a historic moment when Akamai…


Develop real life products with Crio.Do

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The year 2020 has left us all stranded in a desert hopeless, unproductive, and demotivated. The only ‘oasis’ to this desert is trying to be productive in any manner and to learn something new. Speaking of which, what is the best way to learn technology?

Most of us would agree that it is by applying it somewhere rather than just learning it and keeping it locked up somewhere and not knowing when to use it next. Crio.Do is a platform that believes in ‘Learn by doing’ which is precisely what I wanted during this…

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