In the fast-paced realm of technology, COBOL, or COmmon Business-Oriented Language, emerges as a timeless cornerstone in the world of programming. Developed in the late 1950s with a clear focus on business applications, COBOL remains relevant today due to its readability, adaptability, and crucial role in maintaining the backbone of… Read More... "COBOL: A Basic Introduction"
Integrating PayPal payments into a Unity project involves several steps, and can be a little complicated for those unfamiliar with REST APIs. I chose to write this tutorial because back when I decided to monetize one of my games(add a small micro-transaction of 5$ in exchange for a life-time booster… Read More... "Tutorial – How to integrate PayPal and Unity"
Rust is a powerful, low level programming language initially made by Mozilla, which I’ve covered the backs for in a previous tutorial. It’s memory safety and performance are great, but running things off of one single thread can be too slow at times, no matter the language. In this tutorial,… Read More... "Parallel and Asynchronous Programming in Rust"
In the not-so-distant past, computers had only one brain, called a CPU, which did all the thinking and processing tasks. However, as technology advanced, making a single brain work faster became challenging. So, clever folks decided to add more brains to a computer, creating what we call multicore processors. Imagine… Read More... "Parallel Programming in C/C++ with OpenMP"
Fortran (short for Formula Translation) is a high-level programming language commonly used for scientific and engineering applications. It has been around for a long time and is especially well-suited for numerical and scientific computing. In this tutorial, we’ll cover some basic concepts to get you started with Fortran programming. 1.… Read More... "Fortran: A Basic Introduction"
Assembly language is a low-level programming language that is specific to a computer architecture. It’s a human-readable representation of machine code, which is the binary code that a computer’s central processing unit (CPU) understands. Understanding assembly language helps you gain insights into how computers work at a fundamental level. It’s… Read More... "Assembly: A Basic Introduction"
A web server is like a waiter in a restaurant. Imagine you go to a restaurant and order food. The waiter takes your order, brings it to the kitchen, and then serves the food back to you. Similarly, a web server takes requests (orders) from your computer, fetches the requested… Read More... "Web Servers: A Basic Introduction"
Creating a basic GUI application in Rust using the Druid crate is a great way to get started with basic desktop application development. In this tutorial, we’ll walk through the process of creating a simple window with a label and two buttons. When you click one button, it will change… Read More... "Creating a GUI application with Rust"
In an era where digital privacy is increasingly under threat, a new technology called Encrypted Client Hello (ECH) has just been announced recently as a beacon of hope for safeguarding your online activities. Developed as a successor to ESNI (Encrypted Server Name Indication), ECH promises to secure our online interactions… Read More... "Encrypted Client Hello – ECH"