Solana – Wallet Creation and Sending Tokens

Reading Time: 4 minutes Solana is an open-source project implementing a new, high-performance, permissionless blockchain. It is also the most performant permissionless blockchain where a network of 200 physically distinct nodes supports a throughput of more than 50,000 transactions per second. Solana has innovated a mempool-less transaction forwarding protocol. A mempool is a set of transactions that have been submitted to the network and are yet to be processed by the Continue Reading

Merge vs Rebase

Reading Time: 3 minutes In Git, there are two main ways to integrate changes from one branch into another: the merge and the rebase. When comparing Git rebase vs merge, both actions can be used to combine file changes from one branch to another, but there are associated benefits and drawbacks to both. In this article we will be looking about git rebase and git merge and how they differ with quick example. Continue Reading

Basic Linux Commands for Beginners

Reading Time: 8 minutes Learn basic commands for Linux, a free and open-source operating system that you can make changes to and redistribute. What is Linux? Linux is an operating system’s kernel. You might have heard of UNIX. Well, Linux is a UNIX clone. But it was actually created by Linus Torvalds from Scratch. Linux is free and open-source, that means that you can simply change anything in Linux Continue Reading

Dangerous Linux Commands

Reading Time: < 1 minute **Warning:** These commands should NEVER be executed on will. They will most likely destroy your system (or ruin a major part) before you can stop them, however, if you want to see how they work, you could run them inside a Virtual Machine. So, let’s get started: This command basically means “remove all files (even Read-Only files) recursively in the root (top) directory” (can also Continue Reading