How Non-Techies Can Dig Programming

The beauty of programming is that one necessarily does not need to be a software engineer to code. You may be a statistician who writes a code for simple natural language processing, a biologist who wants to automate certain experimental data in his lab or a lawyer who wants to identify clusters of words and …

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The Essentials to Establishing Coding Standards

A maintainable code is a popular talk among everyone in the coding fraternity. Nothing is more irritating than inheriting an application with cumbersome codes without defined direction and purpose. And when you have to make enhancements to the same its a real pain. It becomes much easier when the codes are neatly commented with details …

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5 Easy Steps To Honing Your Coding Skills

Like anything else, there is no standard procedure for learning to code. There might be guidelines, there might be courses,and ideologies but there is no set way of going about it. But wait up we’ve got it all covered for you. Here’s a 5 step kickass manual to honing your coding skills! Let’s get started: …

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Ethical Hacking And You – Why Be One?

Being labeled as a hacker comes with a vicious insinuation. What does the world think when they hear the term ‘ethical hacking’ ? The word has been universally accepted as a negative term. But that is not the end to it! There is a fine line between an ethical and a non-ethical hacker and today …

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5 Reasons Everyone Should Learn To Code

These days it would seem that almost everyone you know –  your friends, colleagues, peers or family members are jumping on the programming bandwagon. And learning programming has never been more enticing thanks to the challenge of solving problems via computers and software. These individuals are doubly excited at the prospect of building their careers through …

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Fantastic Growth Hacks that Everyone Should Know

So what is this hacker thing that is running around the globe and turning heads? For me, hackers are ones whose true north is growth and innovation, and I am here to tell you that EVERYBODY CAN HACK! Hacking can be as simple as tucking a safety pin to cover up that broken button or … …

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Great ideas from the GreytHR hackathon

Another weekend, another hack. That’s how we roll at Venturesity. This time it was for Greytip Software: a 24 hour hack to find the best talent. Their hospitality added with tasty food and entertainment proved that time flies when we have fun.

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A Lesson In Computing Languages and their Many Uses

This is a question that gets asked a lot. Programmers and developers, from across the world, are often bombarded with this question, “Why are there so many programming languages?” and “Are they all necessary?”. The truth is, any developer worth his/her code, will admit that while so many languages are not necessary they sure make …

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How To Slay A Data Monster And Other Lessons From The Indix Hack

A sizzling Chennai welcomed the Venturesity on the morning of the April 2 hack. In hindsight, we think that this was just an indicator of the sizzling action that would unfold at the Indix offices. As the three-member Venturesity team set up the registration desk, the data monster slayers, who had prepared themselves for a …

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Why Women Should Code??

When cofounder of Y-Combinator Paul Graham’s interview to The Information was published, it immediately hit the headlines with his statements like “God knows what you would do to get 13 year old girls interested in computers. I would have to stop and think about that” and “We can’t make these women look at the world …

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