Retrocoding fun. No installations, no dependencies, no downloads

Learning to code in the 1980s meant learning BASIC. No installations, no dependencies, no downloads. Just you, some type-in listings, and an 8-bit computer. It’s coding like it’s 1985. BASIC is a fun, easy to learn language that was standard on 80s home computers and inspired a generation to program. BASIC means Beginners’ All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code and identifies a[…]

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Why the new Apple M1 Macs are entirely unsuitable for certain critically important industrial applications

The times we live in are truly exciting for technology lovers, every day we are faced with amazing new products and new destructive revolutions. The most recent seemed to be the one implemented by Apple in the field of computer microprocessors, with the introduction of the M1 chips based on ARM architecture it gave the idea of having wiped out[…]

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Linux opensource cheat sheet to start learning

One of the most useful things, when you start learning something new, is the cheat sheet: a list with the most important things to learn at first. So you can read, memorize and remember things with an easy method, just a quick look at needs. The following list is only scratching the surface of Linux commands. There is far more[…]

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