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Refers to any technology that's used to build the back-end of a website, i.e. anything that's used on the server serving the website. Common examples are PHP, Ruby and MySQL
Covers a topic in mathematics.
Stands for 'Web Development' and represents any technology that's used in building web applications, such as programming languages, frameworks, database systems, etc.
What is this new feature on CodeGuage?
This new feature of 'Questions' on CodeGuage is meant to provide you with an immensely large collection of questions, obtained from our very own courses, so that you can quickly self-test yourself.
Are these question bundles free of cost?
Yes. Absolutely. This is the aim of CodeGuage — to provide high-quality free education.
How are questions different from quizzes?
In quizzes, you get presented with multiple choices to choose from, and then get scored in the end. The purpose of these question bundles, on the other hand, is only to provide you with a big list of questions to give answers to. That's it.
Are more bundles coming up next?