Screenshot tools are seriously so useful! Like, when you want to send a bug report to someone, most programs have a checkbox for automatically taking a picture of the screen, and sending it to them over the network. (Google in fact does this when you click on the feedback button – hopefully will never have…Continue readingScreenshot Tools List For Windows
Author: Ali Sherief
Editor-in-chief and serial coder & blogger.
Split Text Tool
Welcome! Here you can use this tool to split any text you enter. It supports splitting by character, regex, and text length. This split text tool also doubles as a Join Text tool; just input your lines, and use “Regex” split method, separated by newline (\n) (On Windows use \r\n), and the delimiter to be…Continue readingSplit Text Tool
Reverse Text Tool
Welcome! Here you can use this tool to reverse any text you enter. Although it is extremely basic and can be accomplished using dozens of other tools, this is essentially the “Hello World” of tools. How to use reverse text tool First of all, you have “Text to reverse”, which is where you type the…Continue readingReverse Text Tool
What Are Containers?
Good day. Today we are going to talk about containers. But with a twist. What is a container? Containers are a relatively new technology that allows you to package and run applications in a lightweight, portable, and secure way. They have existed for the past 15 or so years, and they are commonly – but…Continue readingWhat Are Containers?
What Are Containers?
Those box thingies that you see flying around in the back of your computer screen also count as containers. But there’s more where that came from! Please like and subscribe if the video helped you. This enable us to continue helping you learn new, cool, stuff. If you’d rather read the text version, it’s here.Continue readingWhat Are Containers?
Today I had someone contact me asking me for help in recovering a wallet he had purchased. Long story short, he was scammed out of a lot of money, to buy this wallet. He actually had the private key, but he was unable to spend from it. He got the following error when trying to…Continue readingAttention: Don’t buy wallet.dat files (Here’s why)
A few weeks ago, I made BitcoinCleanup.com, a website that is supposed to counter the Greenpeace FUD about Bitcoin and Proof of Work they put at cleanupbitcoin.com. As you can see, I just reversed the two words in the domain name, as a little satire towards them. BitcoinCleanup already has a strong following on Bitcointalk,…Continue readingBitcoinCleanup.com – Countering PoW criticism
The question which people keep asking themselves in the aftermath of Ethereum’s merge is: Does Bitcoin want to make such an eco-friendly change? And there is a lot of news surrounding the merge (or the Merge, as ETH advocates like to call it) regarding the creation of some token to revive Ethereum Proof-of-work mining. Governments…Continue readingBitcoin Being Energy Efficient?
How To Flatten A Recursive Function
Recursion is one of those useful concepts that you learn in college in programming class and also on online tutorials. It enables a wide range of problems to be solved that otherwise can’t be performed, such as quicksort and binary search. Morever, recursion works in all languages because the underlying concept is the same. However,…Continue readingHow To Flatten A Recursive Function
What is this? This is your periodic reminder that Craig Wright is not Satoshi. Nobody should believe his false claims. This page will list a timeline of notable events related to his abortive ligitation against Bitcoin Core developers, the bitcoin.org domain owner Twitter users, and everyone else he has a passing hatred of. Events are…Continue readingCraig Wright is not Satoshi (2022 edition)