The Google Foo bar challenge has been known for the last 5 years or more as a secret process of hiring developers and programmers all over the world.
It is a secret process and the challenge consists of coding challenges of increasing difficulty as you go along.
As passionate developers, coding is more than just our profession. The sheer passion and thrill of coding is unparalleled. Open Source Software (OSS) has made a huge contribution in developing the world of Information Technology by showing new paths, building new roads and making the journey of a coder more interesting every day.
Google APAC or as it is called now, Kickstart is something that coders all over
the world look out for. It is more than just a Code Jam competition. And it
takes more than programming skills to succeed in Kickstart. Performing well in
Kickstart comes with a lot of perks including interview calls from Google either
for a full time job or for internships. Programmers who are looking to move
ahead in their career by enhancing their programming skills also find taking
multiple rounds in Kickstart beneficial.
HTTPS. SSL. TLS. “Secure Connection”. You must have heard at least one of them if you have ever developed for the web. So what is it?, why so many terms?, and most importantly, being as lazy as any other web developer, why bother?
Have you ever wanted to build interactive applications in terminal using C - games like Snakes and Ladders or Tetris and programs like a text editor - or just wanted to add interactivity to simple terminal programs?