We recently launched a new section of our site – Versus!
As you can imagine, we compare several different components of programming:
- Programming Languages
- and more!
Our approach is to give an unbiased, informative article describing the pros/cons, history, companies using each and how the the subject is being applied.
Examples of our initial articles are below:
Recommended Training – Treehouse
Although this site recommends various training services, our top recommendation is Treehouse.
Treehouse is an online training service that teaches web design, web development and app development with videos, quizzes and interactive coding exercises.
Treehouse's mission is to bring technology education to those who can't get it, and is committed to helping its students find jobs. If you're looking to turn coding into your career, you should consider Treehouse.
React vs AngularJS – If you’ve always been curious about React vs Angular then you will want to read this article because I am going to explain the similarities, differences, pros and cons about React and Angular.
R vs Python: For Statistics and Data Science in 2020 – When it comes to choosing programming languages for data science, R vs Python are the two most popular choices that data scientists tend to gravitate towards.
MySQL vs PostgreSQL – When it comes to choosing a database for your web application, most tech professionals will compare MySQL vs Postgres. MySQL can be found in almost every industry out there. It is used in aerospace and defence companies such as Boeing, NASA, Lockheed Martin and even the US Navy. It is trusted in bank applications at Bank of America, Citibank, U.S. Bancorp and Square. To date, there are over 158,856 companies using MySQL.
Cassandra vs Mongodb – Cassandra vs MongoDB in 2020 is an in depth comparison of two of the most popular NoSQL databases that are so similar in functionality yet so different under the hood. Both are schema-less and promote a flexible data model meaning that you can add entities and attributes on the go. And when it comes to distributed, both Cassandra and MongoDB are ready to take on the world by allowing you to put data anywhere in the world.
See all of our articles here –> Programming Vs Articles
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