2020 was definitely a full decade. From Covid to BLM down to #EndSars with a sprinkle of every other thing in between. We finally made it to the end. Daniel already summarized the whole of 2020 in this image.
2020 was a major career highpoint for me as I doubt I would ever be able to match the amount of work I put in this year. From clocking 20-hour workdays to breaking production or scamming my way through demos(😂😂😂 don’t judge me, we all have done it), 2020 was one hell of a ride.
2018 is finally over (well just a few more hours) and I cannot but marvel at the level of growth which I personally underwent. Its that time of the year where we look back on how far we have come
Personally, I set a lot of goals for myself, and I failed woefully in some of them, but I can look back on the year and be happy with the great progress I made
One way events are publicized is by creating customized display images (DPs) that can be shared across all social media platforms by the would-be attendees.
The aim of this article is to teach you how attendees can generate personalized display images for your event.
For this article, I would be using React, Cloudinary, and Filesaver.js. I assume you have prior knowledge of React and you also have Node.js installed.
Just yesterday the annual Google Event IO18 kicked off yesterday to a great start and I was excited to watch the keynote live inside my room.
The IO Keynote is something that developers looks forward to every year and I bring you the Key points from the event. (Note: This is my personal view and it may differ from yours).
1. Machine Learning can be used to predict Medical Events.
ML and AI were used to predict medical events by analyzing a lot of data points that would have been nearly impossible for a human doctor to manually analyze. …
So a lot of times, I get messages from fellow devs at School and they always claim that they find it difficult to learn new Languages.
Why you may ask, as students of Computer Science/Engineering we constantly have to learn new Languages in line with the curriculum. It’s more like a new Language every semester.
For instance, when i graduate my school would claim to have taught me C, Visual Basic, Java, Python, C#, HTML, CSS, JS, PHP and MySql.
I don’t know whether it is a good or bad idea(Article for another day).
I think the issue people have…