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DataBridge Drivers

Last time I started the story of my DataBridge application — a Java-based tool for transferring and transforming tabular data, such as TAB, … 1,380 more words

Computer Programming

Nico Hischier Signs 7-Year Extension with New Jersey Devils

A former associate technician at Verizon Wireless, Phil Manfredo has leveraged his computer programming and application experience to support his role as IT project manager at TelePlus Healthcare since 2016. 168 more words


What is a MySQL database?

If you are a beginner that the question that what is MySQL has entered in your mind? Well here’s the explanation. MySQL is generally known as a relational database that is famous for its speed and the easiness to use. 441 more words

Web Site Development

PHP Loops

PHP Loops are used again and again to execute the same block of code, as long as a certain condition is valid.

There are four types of Loops that support PHP Loops: 300 more words

A Photographic Survey by Jessica Wynne of Chalkboards Filled by Mathematicians

Photographer and Fashion Institute of Technology professor Jessica Wynne has spent the last year documenting the numbers, symbols, and models drawn by mathematicians onto chalkboards. The photos capture the thought processes and physical efforts of professionals in a medium that has been largely abandoned. 133 more words


Ianus Christius reblogged this on Libertas Nova and commented:

...Every time I find some new work from the world of Sci Art, this wonderful place for mind exploration and crazy new ideas, my heart pulse suddenly accelerates the rhythm. So, it has happened in this case also, when few weeks ago I found this interesting Math Art, which unlike my math functions + computer programming (that you can explore here https://libertasnova.wordpress.com/2020/01/02/how-did-you-liked-my-math-art-experiments/), is using geometrical shapes and arithmetics, to make an interesting drawing Sci Art project. The name of that project is "Do Not Erase", and is made by Jessica Wynne, a fine art photographer from New York City, the modern centre of the new Sci Art movement. This guest blog post reveals much about her and her interesting project.

The bright future of C programming

“Programmers who understand sophisticated problem-solving techniques and can write efficient and secure code continue to be in high demand.”

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