20 Most Useful Java Cheat Sheets For Developers | 2017 Edition

Java Elements 

First appeared in 1996, Java is one of the most popular programming language for developing application software and deploying it in cross-platform computing environment. It is widely used in smartphones, embedded devices, supercomputers and enterprise servers. Currently, Java is the third most popular language on Github, after JavaScript and Python. We all know the importance ...

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15 Most Interesting Facts About Jupiter Planet

jupiter's magnetic field

According to the Roman mythology, Jupiter is the king of gods, after which Jupiter is named. If you put that in the context of the planetary setting in our solar system, this name is fully justified as this giant gas planet is the biggest planet in our solar system. One crazy fact about its size ...

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17 Advanced Alternative Search Engines of 2017


Google tends to be a giant gorilla in the room during all SEO discussion. The reason behind this is its dominating market share – according to netmarketshare, Google holds more than 90% of mobile and tablet, and around 80% of desktop global search engine market share. However, it isn’t the only option. There are literally tons ...

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What’s New In WordPress 4.9 | 10 Added Features and Changes

First appeared in 2003, WordPress is now used in more than 27% of the top 10 million websites. On 16 November, 2017, WordPress Foundation released a new version, 4.9, named Tipton. Like all major updates, it brings some enhancement and improvements that provide better user experience and a set of new tools for developers. Let’s find out ...

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15 Advanced Artificial Intelligence Projects of 2017

Blue Brain Project

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is evolving rapidly. From search engines and SIRI to self-driving cars, it is being applied to every potential technology to help civilization flourish like never before. What we are developing today is Weak AI, which can perform narrow tasks like facial recognition and forecast data. However, the long term goal is to build Strong ...

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MOAB – Mother of All Bombs | The Destruction Magnified


For the first time is history, the United States military used the world’s largest and most badass non-nuclear bomb which they called the “Mother of all bombs” on a cave complex to take down ISIL militants located in eastern Afghanistan. Although MOAB is officially known as GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast, it picked up its intimidating nickname mostly due ...

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10 Noble Prize Winners Who Were School/College Dropouts


We all know how important it is to stay in school and college and get a good education. But not all people think in a similar way. A few people didn’t even complete their school or college education, still they managed to achieve what millions of people dream of. One of the most prestigious things a ...

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How Far Can North Korean Missiles Go? | A Detailed Analysis

North Korea missile range

As you all are aware of, North Korea is now in the center of the much-heated debates between the world powers who share a joint concern about the world’s security. The situation only got worse this year after Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s supreme leader claimed that they now have enough missile power to strike even a major city of ...

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14 Biggest Lawsuit Settlements in History

Biggest Lawsuit Settlements

Do you know that large firms and companies spent millions of dollars in legal procedures and policies every year. Why? Because they have to. According to an estimation, each year companies around the world faces countless number of lawsuits and never ending accusations from their rivals against their own products and services. Many times the ...

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15 Scientists That Are Not Rewarded Fairly For Their Contribution

Fritz Zwicky

When it comes down to unjust, unfair or discrimination nothing is eluded from it, not even in science. The 19th and 20th century saw many spectacular inventions by equally god gifted minds. But not every scientist gets the recognition and fame that he or she truly deserves. We’ve listed (in no order) some of those scientists who ...

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