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Monthly Archives: September 2017

What spoils the developer’s resume?

How many companies, so many opinions about how to look like a candidate for a particular position. However, there are a number not a subjective error while making a resume, which is very desirable to avoid, if you want to about yourself and your skills due opinion. In this article I would like to highlight […]

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How to Make a Review Paper

What can be called a review of literary work? The review of a literary work is a paper that tells about what accredited researchers have published regarding a peculiar topic. Periodically, they expect you to publish one as a single task, but more frequently, it can be presented as the constituent of the introductory paragraph […]

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Why I am proud of my profession Part 2

Has all probabilities to become an creator. That’s to work with oneself and never have set just their tasks and to rely on another person. Indie programmers’ slogan “Do it yourself” — do yourself to it. The sixth benefit: the chance for development that is professional. There’s no particular band any degree can be reached […]

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Why I am proud of my profession Part 1

After I satisfy individuals I am asked by them? What would you like to become? after which I believe: “I am learning to be always a programmer? I really like the truth that discover” I am aware that there is a developer not only an occupation, it’s a situation of brain, it is within the […]

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How to become the best in the modern world

All our lives we were told that the school, University or vocational school is a necessary step in the career of every. There we have to give a sacred set of instructions on how to survive in a cruel world. The so-called Knowledge. In fact, when the way it was. World, jumping on turns, sleepily […]

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Classes and objects in Python Part 2

First we import the random library (you may need to install it), from which we need the function choice () that allows you to select a random object from the list. Import with keyword import and the names of libraries are usually always held at the beginning of the file. Create a list with greetings. […]

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Classes and objects in Python Part 1

After a week break caused by WWDC, we’re back to Python. We finished work on a program that calculates the square of a given integer, so it’s time to undertake something more ambitious — for example, a text game that can help you to understand key concepts of object-oriented programming. If you are interested in […]

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