Ugochukwu's Note

This is a collection of my daily discoveries, my writings and my heart. I hope you enjoy it.


How I ran Django on my android..

Sept. 2, 2020 |  #termux #web-development #django #mobile-programming

Yeah, it seems weird coding with your phone, but right now I don't have an option, so if you are like me, you can also do this. This is not an introduction to Django tutorial but how to work on Django with your android.

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Are you a student interested in software development, get in here

June 16, 2020 |  #software-developer #free #GitHub #student

So you are a student interested in software development, but have you heard of the GitHub Student Developer Pack. Being a student affords you with a number of opportunities, and I wish I had known some of these opportunities earlier, but today you have the opportunity.

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Why Gecko's Tail Dances?

June 13, 2020 |  #neuron #gecko #science #animal

It is amazing how only a tail can flip, jump and dance(lolz). The gecko's tail is connected to it's spinal cord, but once any of the three below occurs, it detaches it. Just a small pinch in the right place is all it takes for the gecko to drop its tail. But why and how does it happen??

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Wanna Start a Journey Into Tech Writing, get in here.

June 13, 2020 |  #dev #writing #tech

One thing I found out is, some times it becomes hard to start something, when you see so many people that are 'big names' or experts in that field you want to enter. It's like a standard is already set, and you feel what's the need of even starting. You forget that those people ahead always had a beginning, and like you they likely had people ahead of them. So friend don't be afraid to start, just do it.

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Web Monetization API

June 12, 2020 |  #api #web-monetization #javascript

Web monetization in layman terms is making money from traffic to your websites, as easy as that. Most websites do this through...

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June 12, 2020 |  #poem

A Poem about all the expectations he had for 2020, and how they fell short.

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