Announcing the launch of, a website for tech geeks

Informative articles from the categories: Home Technology, Telephones and Gadgets, Programming & Software and Technology

Peter Prampton, the creator of is pleased to announce the launch of its new website. This is an exclusive techie blog site with articles in the categories: Home Technology, Phones & Gadgets, and Programming & Software. From interesting articles such as The complete history of emojis to educational articles such as Learning code: where to start Peter covers a wide range of topics from the world of technology. Little did people know that emojis would become the new punctuation marks. People express their emotions through emojis and they have proven time and time again that these small faces can have a big impact and impact on people. Peter Prampton takes readers through the history of emoji, when they started and how they have evolved in this digital age.

The latest post is about Learning Code and where to start. This is for students and individuals pursuing their interest in programming. It’s natural to feel frustrated when it comes to learning to code. There are tons of websites, videos, guides, and software out there that make it all the more difficult. Learners find it daunting to choose the right source. It’s not as easy as it seems as coding comes with a significant learning curve. This post is a guide to help people prepare for coding and when to start.

The author provides a step-by-step guide that includes: start with the basics, choose a language, practice writing code, join a programming community, find a good tutor, and gather hands-on ones Programming experience. Peter also suggests students take advantage of popular online courses available on platforms such as Udacity, Code Academy, Treehouse, and Khan Academy. He also suggests students use to find a Meetup near them. Programming is often underestimated by non-professionals. Those who belong would agree that the machines, gadgets and devices that humans use on a regular basis go through codes and programming.

Students looking to make the best of the Covid situation can improve their skills and learn new technologies and tools using the resources above. These are the popular picks by The Praptors Side. There are other interesting articles on Elon Musk’s Neuralink, featuring a monkey playing mind pong with its mind, how a beginner’s CPU works, all about DPC watchdog injuries, the world of bionic implants and how they enable humans to have touch felt through robotic arms , and many other posts from the beginning of 2021. Peter Prampton plans to expand the news category and bring the latest happenings from the world of technology.

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About Velociraptor

Velociraptor was created by Peter Prampton, known in middle school as “The Praptor” hence the name on the website. Three years ago, Peter moved to the US from the UK to pursue a career in game design. Besides compiling code, Peter enjoys spending time writing informative articles on this site.



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