I believe in continuous learning, even if it’s in small steps. I used quite a few tools for that. Here are three of the most often used tools by me. They help me to remember things, explore and learn by building things. I hope you find them helpful too. What are your favorite learning tools?
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I love traveling and trekking 1. At least when riding or driving across India, you would reach a place where you don’t have an internet connection, but you want to figure something out. For example, one time, I thought a spider bit me, and my arm was swollen. We were trying to figure...
If you are a web developer, or if your work involves anything involving the Internet, you can’t escape DNS. DNS is Internet’s addressing system. When you change domain settings or when you want to debug connections. You often end up querying DNS. Here are my go-to tools that I use to query DNS.
If you are a web developer or an API developer, you would have used JSON daily unless you are deeply buried in the XML world. There are some tools that I use to work with them daily. These tools are useful if you are a developer or a tester or just a curious mind who likes to explore the web or config files.
Recently I completed 1000 edits on OpenStreetMap. It’s a big deal for me :) It happened because I started making small but useful contributions from my phone. I usually map on the phone and then sometimes update them on the desktop, if required. On the phone, I use the following apps, which makes it super easy to edit.