Major Scientific Achievements of 2020 | Let’s Look Back

Let's Look Back 2020 - GeekyMinds

2020 is finally nearing its end. It has been a tough year for all of us. We would like to take a moment to pay our respects to all those people who lost their lives in the pandemic. As this year comes to an end, we are not going to dwell on the negatives that this year brought us. Instead, we are going to look back at the major scientific achievements of 2020 in the fields of science and technology and move on with a positive note.

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Free Online Editing Tools for Content Creators

If you have been following us on our social media (if not, you should), you must have seen the different kind of content we put out on a regular basis. While making social media content over the years, I developed an interest in online editing tools as they are quick, versatile and easy to use.

We have already reviewed Adobe Spark Post in the past. Today, we would like to explore a few more.

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Software Development: 5 Skills That Matter As Much As The Language

Knowing a programming language well is important in a software development career. However, let us break it to you: that is not all. A well paid and software development role requires one to have a few more important skills. Here are the five most important skills that will make you a more successful and employable software developer.

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Three Google+ Features We Badly Miss

Google+ is finally gone with a message “thank you for making Google+ such a special place.” Indeed it was home to many with over 395 million monthly active users, according to Dustin Stout. Earlier last year, Google announced the doomsday (2nd April) for Google Plus, on the aftermath of a serious data breach that exposed personal data of some million users. Let’s look at three Google+ features that we badly miss.

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