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Danielle Ruf

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Danielle Ruf is a writer, microblade artist, and studying esthetician located in the Pacific Northwest. When not writing, she spends her time hiking, cooking, or reading. A connoisseur of coffee, you’ll often find her in local coffee shops on the hunt for the best coffee (and WiFi) in town.

Coding as a Career
Deciding to code is an excellent choice! Between the up-and-coming software that will shape the future of technology and maintaining servers / security measures for existing websites, there are endless opportunities for you to find your niche!  As you launch…
Perl vs Python: Compared and Contrasted
Perl is a high-level programming language that’s easier to learn when compared with Python. Python is more robust, scalable, and stable when compared to Perl. While Perl code can be messy, featuring many paths to accomplish the same goal, Python…
Sublime vs Notepad++: Compared and Contrasted
Notepad++ is a free and open-source text editor, while Sublime starts at $100. Notepad++ is fairly barebones; Sublime offers several premium features. Sublime can handle 4,500 packages, far above the 450 offered by Notepad++. Every text editor has something to…
Atom vs PyCharm: A Comparison
Atom is a text editor designed by GitHub that’s multi-language, approachable, and hackable. PyCharm is an integrated development environment specifically for Python. While Atom is lightweight and can be expanded with plug-ins, PyCharm has IDE features like autocomplete and debugging…
NetBeans vs Eclipse: A Comparison of IDEs
NetBeans and Eclipse Java IDEs both offer excellent debugging capabilities, open-source coding, plugins, and extensions. NetBeans is easier to learn and has more features out of the box than Eclipse, but Eclipse can handle larger projects and is more customizable.…
HTM vs HTML
The Crazy Programmer states that HTML is one of the most straightforward, easy to learn languages. What's more, it makes up the backend of every page on the World Wide Web. This is because HTML is a universal language when…
VSCode vs PyCharm Detailed Comparison
Making the decision to learn to code is both an overwhelming and exciting process! Since you’re researching your resources, you’ve most likely decided which programming language you want to use. If your decision is Python, then you’ve come to the…
Choosing the Right Text Editor
Text editors are the bread and butter of a great coding experience. The right one can make coding a breeze with plenty of customizations for a uniquely tailored experience. However, the wrong program can turn coding into a frustrating task.…
Brackets vs Sublime Text: Compared and Contrasted
Coding is one of the most versatile skills one can acquire. The world is switching to the World Wide Web for communications, retail and many other big business interactions. Picking up coding now almost certainly guarantees you a job in…
Bluehost vs GoDaddy: Compared and Contrasted
When the time comes for you to build a website, you’d want options. You want versatility, speed, and an elegant front-end design to catch the eye of your target audience. More than anything, you want it all for a reasonable…
Java vs C++: Compared and Contrasted
When you think of language, you most likely think of words, talking to a friend, or cultures across the world. Languages follow sets of rules dictating how to write, how to speak, and the definition of words. Computer languages, while…
Atom vs Sublime Text: Which Is the Best Text Editor for You?
As a student, the coding world can be quite overwhelming. Between learning different languages and nailing the basics, it can be difficult to tell if you’re really on the right path to success. Therefore, it’s important to streamline the process,…
Notepad++ vs Atom: Compared and Contrasted
When you first launch yourself into the world of coding, you may be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of options available for even the most beginning steps. Among the first decisions you’ll make is choosing the right text editor as…

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