Are looking for a brief definition of JavaScript? Then this article is for you. Here you’ll learn a high-level definition of JavaScript, its features, and its limitations. So, let’s begin!

The Definition

JavaScript is a scripting language that helps you implement complex features during web page development. This programming language conforms to…

Since the beginning, C has been the primary programming language when it comes to writing Linux kernel. Want to know the reason behind it? This is because C provides a particular level of control and predictability other programming languages cannot offer. And due to the best quality of code, memory…

C is a mid-level programming language developed by Dennis Ritchie at Bell Lab. C is the successor of the B programming language. So why is it called mid-level? This is because the C programming language represents a combination of both High and Low level programming.

C is a general-purpose, procedural…

Looking for a quick recap of Linux commands? Then this write-up is for you. In this write-up, I’ll share a walk through of 30 popular commands that every Linux user should know.

1.pwd — It finds the current directory
2. man — It displays user manual
3. cd — It changes the…

Are all the unwanted services on your Debian system bothering you? Disabling unnecessary services helps boost performance and reduce vulnerabilities.

This article explains how to disable all the unwanted services on Debian Linux. So, let’s begin.

Step 1 — Find the Unwanted Services

To find the services causing a performance lag, take a look at all the…

The microservice architecture is a variant of service-oriented architecture, in short, SOA structural style. It presents an application as a collection of many weakly associated services. In other words, in microservices architecture, a single application is composed of many independently deployable, fine-grained smaller services, and the protocols are lightweight.


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