Welcome to a list of free code editors for Windows, Linux, and Mac. So you have just started programming and wondering which is the “best” code editor? Or maybe you are looking for a “change of tools”? I downloaded a couple of code editors to test them, so you don’t have to. Read on! P.S. This […]
Welcome to a list of recommended keyboards for programming – By a programmer, for programmers. Now, a good keyboard is subjective. Some of you guys are looking for a keyboard that is good for typing, others want a portable one, an affordable one, or maybe even a weird funky one. So I will not dump
Welcome to a list of recommended headphones and earphones for programming. By a programmer, for programmers. Before we start, I have a confession to make – I lied. “Best headphones” can be very subjective, and this is pretty much just a list of my personal recommendations. 😆 But nope, this is not another “I just
Are you looking for gifts for a programmer friend? Or maybe you just want to buy something for yourself? If great minds think alike, then other programmers are going to like the “wish list” of this programmer. 😆 Read on for the recommendations! P.S. All of the items listed here are under $50, so you
Welcome to a list of Android and IOS apps to learn programming. So you are interested to learn the not-so-secret arts of coding? Once upon a time in the Iron Age of computing, online tutorials did not exist, and we had to borrow code bibles from the library. But thankfully these days, we have a
Welcome to a list of websites to get help with programming. Oh no! A certain master code ninja blogger is not responding to your questions. What is happening, and what should you do to get help? First, keep calm, don’t rage, and don’t spam. On this very Code Boxx itself, the spam filter blocks hundreds
Welcome to a list of recommended monitors for programming – By a programmer, for programmers. I reckon there are a ton of these “recommendations” posts on the Internet, and “the best monitor” can be subjective to everyone. So instead of going “one direction”, the recommendations here will cover a range of common consideration factors instead.
Welcome to a list of the recommended mouse for programming – By a programmer, for programmers. Now, choosing a “good” mouse can be pretty subjective. Some of you guys may love a big clicky mouse, some travel a lot and prefer a portable wireless one, while a few of you may prefer using trackballs instead.