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Getting Started with JUnit

When I started learning how to code, I had no idea that there was such thing as a "test" in coding.  But there is, and it turns out they have numerous benefits. This "test" that I am talking about is not like literally compiling and running your code to see if it works right. Testing (or "unit testi...

A Console Chat Application in Java

For the past two weeks I've been studying how to use threads and sockets in Java. And as a practice of the stuff I learned, this week I made a very basic console chat application. The source code can be seen here. What I've made This chat application works by running two programs, a server program a...

Replicating the "cat" Command with Java

Hi, it's Yu again. Not you, it's me, Yu. I know right. It's such a confusing name. In the last article, I did a brief recap on the first month as an Intern. I've created a list of things I've done, but that was it. There wasn't much explanation on how and why I did those things, and the problems I'v...

Recap: The First Month as an Intern

Hi, my name is Yu Koga. I have been working at Tagbangers as an intern since the beginning of June. In this article, I'd like to reflect on what I have done and learned throughout the past month. Here's a brief list of the major things I have done so far: 1. Created a very simple calculation tool us...

Learning the Basics of JavaScript

Hi, my name is Fujioka. I started working as an intern of Tagbangers just last Thursday. However,  since I have almost zero experience in programming, my job right now is to study. Writing articles on this blog will be one of my ways to study. By doing this, I aim to reflect on what I have learned. ...

Tips for Chrome DevTools: Add a Shadow

Hello web developers :) In this article I will introduce you to a small tip for Chrome DevTools. This will be the first episode (like it's going to become a series). Anyways, the tip for today is something useful when you want to add shadows to an element. First things first, let's open up the DevTo...

The Basic of the Basics: Android Studio

Hi, I'm Kakizoe and this is my first year in Tagbangers. Since last year I have been developing apps for Android, and I recently started to realize how fun it is. In this article, I'd like to review the basic concepts of Android apps, and also to share a few things you should know when writing a pro...

AI

Hi, I'm Namiki. Apparently AI is becoming increasingly popular these days. One of the most popular ones would be IBM Watson I guess. This might reveal my age group, but AI for me has always been Knight Rider. ・Cars would talk to their drivers. ・They can decide the destination. ・They can even fight a...