Broadband speed at home is more vital than ever as most of us are working from home and if your workstation is away from the router then unfortunately you may not be getting the full speed that you paid your ISP for. Ergo, in this post, we would see 3 different ways to improve that and which one is the best.
I wrote a post in the past describing my crypto mining plus gaming pc and after around 2-3 years of using it, I decided to add more GPUs to it and totally dedicate it to mining crypto. Ergo, I needed a new PC for my gaming and other day-to-day tasks apart from app development. App development I do only on my mac. In this post, I would be describing all the components I used in my PC and why I chose them over others.
There are many ways you can make your crypto savings work for you but I am going to list down two of the most well-known ones that I personally use most frequently.
Crypto Mining nowadays has been made really easy by apps like NiceHash, CudoMiner, HoneyMiner, etc. Anyone with a computer and some decent CPU or GPU (Graphics Card) can mine and earn quick money. And, because of the rising price of Bitcoin and mining profits, everyone wants to mine nowadays. Ergo, I am putting down a short guide on how to get started with mining.
Adding Global Keyboard Shortcuts to your macOS app can be a pain as there isn’t a Cocoa API for the same. You would have to rely on the old, most of which are deprecated, Carbon API.
For me personally, it is a mixed feeling working from home. On one hand, I have the flexibility with when to work and when not to but on the other hand, it is sometimes hard for me to find that fine line between work and life. There are days when I keep working even after office hours without realizing that I have got my life wife too :)
I have always yearned for the best gaming PC that could run all games at full settings and when I came to know about crypto mining, I thought I could hit two targets with one arrow.
Even if you’re not a crypto enthusiast you should go ahead and read this post as everyone is a “give me free money” enthusiast for sure.
I applied to Hubspot directly on their website after seeing an open position in their Products team on LinkedIn or Stackoverflow Jobs, I do not exactly remember which one, in Dublin.
I have been doing photography for 3 years now as a hobby and I am loving it so far, given the prolific use of social media apps nowadays like Instagram, Snapchat, etc. Having said that, I don’t do photography for social media apps. I do it for fun and I get a bonus too if it sells on Shutterstock or elsewhere.
We will be using JBot––a tiny Java Framework––to develop a Slack Bot within minutes.
For those who may not know Stripe, it is a complete payments platform. It provides a suite of payments API that powers commerce for online businesses of all sizes.