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MindOrks Read #30

MindOrks Read #30
Feb 12th, 2019
ARTICLES & TUTORIALS

content cover When debugging, novices insert corrective code; experts remove defective code. — Richard Pattis. Here, I completely agree with Richard Pattis’ statement.
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content cover All the web developers discussions are in pixels whereas android developers discussions are in dp or sp (pronounce as dips). Websites displayed on the screen same as the mobile apps. Does the measurement system is the same?
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content cover Undoubtedly, there is no better way to learn something than by doing. We all learn anything in the best possible way by doing. Janishar Ali and Amit Shekhar(me) have been working with small and big companies for years.
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content cover Bugs are an inseparable part of Software Development. We do our best at avoiding them by following good practices, design patterns and the like. Unfortunately, no code is perfect and bugs eventually make it into our products.
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content cover Sometimes back Google had launched a library called chrome custom tabs. As a developer, we have an option to open an in-app browser for better user experience when a user clicks on a link or if we want to display web content.
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content cover The ultimate goal of a developer is to code simple, understandable and optimized. So to make a code with all these qualities there comes an idea of modular programming.
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