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Month: March 2019

Learn coding using C# on the cheap with this course bundle

As far as programming languages go, C# is among the most popular. It’s similar to C, but easier to learn, which is why Microsoft developed it. C# (pronounced ‘C sharp’) is a high-level, general-purpose language used to produce desktop applications, games, web apps, and more. Its possibilities are wide-ranging, making it a highly in-demand coding language.  According to Glassdoor.com, the average base salary for C# developers is over $90k. If you want to grow as a programmer, now’s your chance to start learning C# on the cheap. The Complete C# Coding Bootcamp, which gives you lifetime access to 11 courses, is currently on sale for just $31. In over 89 hours of training, this bootcamp will guide you through C# basics, like arrays and lists. Then you’ll make your way through advanced topics like generics and lambda expressions. There are even specialized courses designed to help you write cleaner code and increase your coding speed. The C# Coding Bootcamp at a glance: C# Programming from Zero to Hero: The Fundamentals ($199 value) A 16-Hour C# Course with Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 ($150 value) A 20-Hour C# 6.0 Course with Web Forms & Intro to Unity ($100 value) Advanced Topics: Take Your C# Skills to the Next Level ($69 value) Basics for Beginners: Learn C# Fundamentals by Coding ($49 value) C# Developers: Learn the Art of Writing Clean Code ($49...

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We asked, you told us: Most prefer the Galaxy S10 Plus over the Huawei P30 Pro

Huawei officially announced the P30 Pro this week, introducing the Galaxy S10 Plus’ first real competition of 2019. Both handsets feature top-of-the-line specs, impressive camera performance, and a premium price tag. With this in mind, we decided to ask you if you’d rather pick up Samsung’s latest and greatest or Huawei’s. Here is what you had to say. Huawei P30 Pro or Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus? Results It was a pretty cut and dry poll across the site, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. With over 50,000 votes, 60 percent of the voters would rather own and use the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus over the Huawei P30 Pro. According to the comment section, most people valued Samsung’s overall performance. While a lot of voters agreed that Huawei’s camera setup would likely outperform Samsung’s, the Galaxy line has a reputation of being a lot more reliable than the P series. Editor’s Pick Is the Huawei P30 Pro camera worth the hype? See for yourself. Seen through the eyes of the Huawei P30 Pro, the streets of Paris are beautiful, vibrant, and full of life. It doesn’t take an amazing camera to make Paris look glamorous, but it doesn’t hurt … Additionally, it appears as though most who shared their opinion are liking Samsung’s new One UI. Compared to Huawei’s EMUI, One UI is fresh, fast, doesn’t limit an app’s background performance, and...

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How to stream the Xbox One to Windows 10

One of the coolest gaming features packed into Windows 10 is the Xbox app. It lets you remotely access your Xbox One console and stream games to a Windows 10 PC. This comes in handy when everyone is watching a boring movie on the living room TV where your Xbox One is connected, but you’d rather play Metro Exodus or Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. So how does it work? In this guide we show you how to stream the Xbox One to Windows 10. With Microsoft’s method, you absolutely cannot “officially” stream your Xbox One console over the internet like the PlayStation 4. As we’ve seen with Sony’s console, playing across the internet can produce quality and latency issues, sometimes to the point where streaming just isn’t worth the effort. This is why Steam and Microsoft chose to lock game streaming to your local network. However, there is a method to stream the Xbox One to a Windows 10 PC across the internet, but it requires knowing how to access your router’s control panel and how to edit the settings. We provide those instructions at the end. Use Ethernet or Wireless AC For the best results, stream the Xbox One across your local network using a wired Ethernet connection. Of course, not everyone wants Ethernet cables strung across the house, as it’s visually ugly, even when draped along...

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