I own a Xiomi smartphone which runs on android 9 (or Android Pie). One of the best features of Android 9 is inbuilt private DNS support. Means, now you can encrypt your DNS queries!
How I bootstrapped my way into adding an email subscription feature for my blog.
Captcha is a small image containing a code(above) that is used to identify humans from machines. The code visible in the captcha image is supposed to makes sense only to humans.
Since these images can only make sense to humans, captchas are often placed at login screens in order to stop bots or machines from automatically logging in or sending bulk requests in one go (which may sometimes lead to denial of service and server crashes).
Here's a screenshot of Employee's Provident Fund Organization, India's login portal to access passbooks. A portal that employees all over India use to check on their provident fund:
Don't let anyone stop you from learning.
Programming is powerful. This blog post shows how basic programming constructs can be used to save you time in your day to day manual tasks.
Imagine it's the 90s. Paisa is really a thing, cartoon network is not CN and "Shaktiman" still spins (at least in India he did). It was also a pre-whatsapp era. No messenger. No Slack. OMG how did we used to chat back then?