CodeSee Launches Open Source Hub – A Next Generation Community for Developers to Learn, Connect, and Meaningfully Contribute to Open Source – First-of-its-Kind Community Brings Developers and Open Source Projects Together
13 September 2021: The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) invites software developers to the October 2021 OGC API Virtual Code Sprint, to be held from October 26th to October 28th, 2021. Registration closes at 02:00am EDT on October 26th, 2021.
An application program interface is a system by which server infrastructure and chat capabilities are made possible. These can be very helpful, full of features that can allow people to connect in a large chat group. These have become very popular due to social media and people’s need to define themselves apart from other chat […]
The next OGC Sprint will focus on further refining the draft specifications for OGC API – Maps, – Tiles, and – Styles.
iRobot Education Expands its Free Coding Platform with Social-Emotional Learning, Multi-Language Support – Introduction of new STEM curriculum and coding resources coincides with National Robotics Week
DLL file errors have troubled millions of computer users. Millions of PC users encounter such problems every day. They spend hours to resolve such issues because it halts their work and other operations.
Automation is now a vital commodity in nearly every sector. With an ever-increasing need for faster product delivery, particularly when regression testing is getting longer from one version to the other, testing automation is required for both high-quantity & high-quality software rollout.
Python is an object-oriented high-level coding language. It currently holds a leading position among programming languages. Over the past few years, there has been increasing demand for Python in the software development sphere. It is considered the fastest-growing coding language. But how long is it going to last? In this article, we will define its […]
Call for Code’s powerful ecosystem includes IBM, David Clark Cause, The Linux Foundation, and Charitable Partner United Nations Human Rights, together with a global movement of 400,000 developers across 179 nations