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David Ukelere Oct 11
the IBM mainframe operating system . too good an opportunity to bypass. Next is Python for AI
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Olayode Enoch Oct 11
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DHRUV JASANI Oct 11
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MxUnderstood Spooky Edition (they/them)👾 23h
big brother stans are a thing on here and they're possibly weirder than kpop stans
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Nazir Ahmed Oct 11
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Maruf Ahmed Oct 11
Today i learn how to build a computer by using AWS and lots of other things.
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Cindy Xue 9h
I've used USB-C cables for my phone and laptops but now I see the importance of using the right USB-C with specific devices.
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Tanzila Nur Oct 11
That was really very much informative and helpful for us...!!
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a s h a Oct 10
that it’s really important for people to know their talents ... and lack there of.
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nehez Oct 12
I learnt the difference between Git and Github
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Adetayo Akinsanya Oct 12
Today so far I've learnt about open Source, how to contribute to open source resources and I was able to add, commit and push to a git hub Repo. All thanks to
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AbdullahRana Oct 12
We learned a lot about software development world. Thank you for organizing and sponsoring the event!
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Naivedh Oct 12
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