In this post I will explain the Word Search problem from Leetcode.
In this post, I will explain breadth first search and depth first search in a simple and lucid way, along with their implementation in C++.
I am really bad with memorization, so this blog post will serve as a reference to the basic MySQL syntax I use in the class.
This guide will cover how to install a LAMP ( Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP ) stack on your Ubuntu machines.
So I decided to finally learn all the basic commands of Vim, and some research showed that completing the in built vim tutor is the best way. It takes roughly 30 minutes, and I recommend everyone who wishes to learn Vim to follow the Vimtutor everyday for 30 days.
So the GSOC results were announced on May 6, 2019 and I got what I expected, a rejected proposal. In this post I will try to outline the major points on why I didn’t make the cut.
A summary of everything I did for preparing my GSOC Proposal 2019.
This post is a follow up of my last post on the qualification task.
Google Summer of Code proposal submissions start 25th March, and for this year I decided to try for Apertus Organisation. Read on to know my journey from solving the challenge task to submitting the final proposal.
I am taking a computational physics course this semester, and one of my assignment was to plot the trajectory of a billiard ball and use Euler’s method to solve it. Here’s a simple guide for it.
As a student of VIT-Bhopal you get access to an Academic License of MATLAB. Here are the steps to set it up and running on Ubuntu -