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Arissa Megumi
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The Game of Tengoku
Updated Sep 25, 2020
PG
31
2270
13
Action
Family

Playing a virtual reality game your Japanese parents created might be fun for some, but not for Haru Motoyo. See, Haru is quiet, reserved, and generally a shy kid. His twin sister Millie is distinctly different, with a peppy attitude and always up for an adventure. What will happen when the two of them play The Game of Tengoku together? And most importantly, what happens when an immoral engineer from the video game company threatens to trap the twins inside the simulation of reality forever?

The adventure is waiting.. are youready to take on The Game of Tengoku?

——-

This story is still ongoing, but I have decided to stop this novel so I can work on it some more and upload a new version. Therefore there will most likely be no more upcoming chapters for quite some time.

-My deepest apologies, Arissa Megumi✨

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The Game of Tengoku

Playing a virtual reality game your Japanese parents created might be fun for some, but not for Haru Motoyo. See, Haru is quiet, reserved, and generally a shy kid. His twin sister Millie is distinctly different, with a peppy attitude and always up for an adventure. What will happen when the two of them play The Game of Tengoku together? And most importantly, what happens when an immoral engineer from the video game company threatens to trap the twins inside the simulation of reality forever?

The adventure is waiting.. are youready to take on The Game of Tengoku?

——-

This story is still ongoing, but I have decided to stop this novel so I can work on it some more and upload a new version. Therefore there will most likely be no more upcoming chapters for quite some time.

-My deepest apologies, Arissa Megumi✨

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Alef Magnus
5Mins Each
2
ISSUES
A Narrative of You and Me
Updated Oct 6, 2015
PG-13
9
2117
13
Romance
Marriage

Premise: A man goes into the dreamworld of his wife in coma to bring her back to life.

Synopsis: A couple on the brink of separation spends their night apart from each other only leading to the demise of the wife in a fatal car accident, leaving her in a vegetative state. Broken and filled with guilt, the man would do anything to be with his wife once again. A new, secret scientific program that has not been put to test gives him a hope to once again communicate with his wife.

Through a machine that can align specific brain patterns of two people together, the husband finds himself sharing a dream with his wife. In this plane, he can be with her once again. On the surface, the facility becomes uninhabitable and the people working on the system abandoned the project never to look back.

Trapped in a malfunctioning dream plane, the husband is now forced to relive their love story in different ways possible. Every time he falls asleep in the dream, he wakes up to a different narrative wherein he has to find his wife all over again and try to spend as much time with her as he can. Will he ever escape this situation or will he try to live forever with his wife in this state?

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A Narrative of You and Me

Premise: A man goes into the dreamworld of his wife in coma to bring her back to life.

Synopsis: A couple on the brink of separation spends their night apart from each other only leading to the demise of the wife in a fatal car accident, leaving her in a vegetative state. Broken and filled with guilt, the man would do anything to be with his wife once again. A new, secret scientific program that has not been put to test gives him a hope to once again communicate with his wife.

Through a machine that can align specific brain patterns of two people together, the husband finds himself sharing a dream with his wife. In this plane, he can be with her once again. On the surface, the facility becomes uninhabitable and the people working on the system abandoned the project never to look back.

Trapped in a malfunctioning dream plane, the husband is now forced to relive their love story in different ways possible. Every time he falls asleep in the dream, he wakes up to a different narrative wherein he has to find his wife all over again and try to spend as much time with her as he can. Will he ever escape this situation or will he try to live forever with his wife in this state?

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elaserph
2Mins Each
4
ISSUES
DIVINE
Updated May 25, 2020
PG
0
1156
1
Dystopia
Romance

"There has always been... The Hope. However low a man may fall....there has always been a way out of it.  There has always been... The Hope."

Year 2420.....40 years have passed since the end of World War 3. The world is now nowhere near to what it used to be. Fourteen safe zones were established all around the world, humanity's last refuge. The rest of the world has fallen to something worse than nuclear radiation and its fallout. The safe zones were divided and ruled over by 7 groups, the so-called 'The Watchers of God', answerable only to the frantic dictator cult 'Gods Mercy'. Midst this chaos, a mysterious man ascended from the depth of darkness, to be the Divine.

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DIVINE

"There has always been... The Hope. However low a man may fall....there has always been a way out of it.  There has always been... The Hope."

Year 2420.....40 years have passed since the end of World War 3. The world is now nowhere near to what it used to be. Fourteen safe zones were established all around the world, humanity's last refuge. The rest of the world has fallen to something worse than nuclear radiation and its fallout. The safe zones were divided and ruled over by 7 groups, the so-called 'The Watchers of God', answerable only to the frantic dictator cult 'Gods Mercy'. Midst this chaos, a mysterious man ascended from the depth of darkness, to be the Divine.

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ShadowBobcat10
3Mins Each
6
ISSUES
Soulless
Updated Apr 22, 2017
PG Completed
11
3913
4
Short Story
Suspense

Premise:Claire is just chilling in her backyard on a chilly November evening, though she is supposed to be doing her biology homework.  Nothing out of the ordinary.

But the boredom doesn't last long.  Sensing the perfect opportunity for chaos, Claire's author sends her a mysterious package that only destroys her world.

Series:Claire's Impossibilities

Inspiration:Monos D.O.A's Friday Prompts, Issue 1. Also inspired by a running joke with my friends about which ones of us are soulless.

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Soulless

Premise:Claire is just chilling in her backyard on a chilly November evening, though she is supposed to be doing her biology homework.  Nothing out of the ordinary.

But the boredom doesn't last long.  Sensing the perfect opportunity for chaos, Claire's author sends her a mysterious package that only destroys her world.

Series:Claire's Impossibilities

Inspiration:Monos D.O.A's Friday Prompts, Issue 1. Also inspired by a running joke with my friends about which ones of us are soulless.

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Blondemaverick
9Mins Each
8
ISSUES
Adjacent - Short Stories
Updated Oct 8, 2018
R Completed
3
2599
0
Short Story
Prose

Short Story Content Descriptions:

Issue One - "Executable Forgiveness" (Drama, Sci-fi) - Estin is the first robot to be given agency; that is to say, given full human rights. However, his project is called into question after he's hacked and his integrity is compromised. Can he convince his wife it was only a one-off?

Issue Two - "Love on a Bed of Leaves and Letters" (Drama) - Julius Pessoa struggles with his guilt over the death of his young wife and his indecision to receive the gift she has left him in her craft room. Fall is a time of melancholy, but it is also one of promised renewal...

Issue Three - "In the Garden" (Sci-fi, Time Travel) - Dr. Leandra Hayes meets with her long-time colleague and ex-lover, Terence Whitaker, to approve a new companion-model robot he's about to release. When Lean meets Ema though, her understanding of reality is ripped apart.

Issue Four - "Forget Me Not" (Sci-Fan, Tragedy) - Spomenka and The Bounty Hunter fall in love on the dark-side of a terraformed Mars. However, disappointment and bloodshed are just around the corner.

Issue Five - "Cloven Dreams" (Tragedy) - These five sentences were written for a flash contest titled "Break My Heart".

Issue Six - "Penny" (Mystery) - Blue and Penny grow up together, bonding over fairies and magical gardens. Blue struggles to maintain that lifelong connection as they get older, but  Penny has a secret that will make or break Blue's understanding of the word "lifelong".

Issue Seven - "John Ghost" (Humor, Sci-fi) - A crude take on the traditional ghost story. Poops are made, phones are dropped, lessons are learned. An on-the-clock mechanic realizes that cheating the system might be inviting the company of strange bathroom-fellows.

Issue Eight - "The Mold" (Tragedy) - Fraya wants to be more than just a friend, so she makes Laura Lane into more than her best friend. She turns Laura Lane into a fallen angel, thus transforming herself into God's written word. Of course all Hell breaks loose.

Soon to be published on Amazon - with four more exclusive stories - on the 15th of September.

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Short Story Content Descriptions:

Issue One - "Executable Forgiveness" (Drama, Sci-fi) - Estin is the first robot to be given agency; that is to say, given full human rights. However, his project is called into question after he's hacked and his integrity is compromised. Can he convince his wife it was only a one-off?

Issue Two - "Love on a Bed of Leaves and Letters" (Drama) - Julius Pessoa struggles with his guilt over the death of his young wife and his indecision to receive the gift she has left him in her craft room. Fall is a time of melancholy, but it is also one of promised renewal...

Issue Three - "In the Garden" (Sci-fi, Time Travel) - Dr. Leandra Hayes meets with her long-time colleague and ex-lover, Terence Whitaker, to approve a new companion-model robot he's about to release. When Lean meets Ema though, her understanding of reality is ripped apart.

Issue Four - "Forget Me Not" (Sci-Fan, Tragedy) - Spomenka and The Bounty Hunter fall in love on the dark-side of a terraformed Mars. However, disappointment and bloodshed are just around the corner.

Issue Five - "Cloven Dreams" (Tragedy) - These five sentences were written for a flash contest titled "Break My Heart".

Issue Six - "Penny" (Mystery) - Blue and Penny grow up together, bonding over fairies and magical gardens. Blue struggles to maintain that lifelong connection as they get older, but  Penny has a secret that will make or break Blue's understanding of the word "lifelong".

Issue Seven - "John Ghost" (Humor, Sci-fi) - A crude take on the traditional ghost story. Poops are made, phones are dropped, lessons are learned. An on-the-clock mechanic realizes that cheating the system might be inviting the company of strange bathroom-fellows.

Issue Eight - "The Mold" (Tragedy) - Fraya wants to be more than just a friend, so she makes Laura Lane into more than her best friend. She turns Laura Lane into a fallen angel, thus transforming herself into God's written word. Of course all Hell breaks loose.

Soon to be published on Amazon - with four more exclusive stories - on the 15th of September.

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Haylie Parkison
4Mins Each
3
ISSUES
Yaya And Ezekiel
Updated Oct 30, 2019
PG-13
1
1566
0
Action
Crime

An expressive artist and a rebellious thinker constantly find themselves cross-fire in school. Both Yaya and Ezekiel would do anything to be the best of the best in school. But when Ezekiel's mother was found dead, he found himself tangled in a web of deception and disappears under the radar. Determine to find out the truth, Yaya and Ezekiel's sister, Gisele suit up as a superhero to unravel everything.

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Yaya And Ezekiel

An expressive artist and a rebellious thinker constantly find themselves cross-fire in school. Both Yaya and Ezekiel would do anything to be the best of the best in school. But when Ezekiel's mother was found dead, he found himself tangled in a web of deception and disappears under the radar. Determine to find out the truth, Yaya and Ezekiel's sister, Gisele suit up as a superhero to unravel everything.

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lleskanne
6Mins Each
1
ISSUE
Actus Reus
Updated Jan 30, 2019
PG-13
0
899
0
Dystopia
Thriller

In the future, the line between the real world and virtual reality has begun to blur. Dominated by the elites, regular citizens are subject to mandatory psychological examinations the results of which can lead to their imprisonment...or even death. After the first murder in decades, a young woman must try to solve a series of seemingly familiar homicides, and at the same time trying to answer the question: what does it mean to remain sane?

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Dystopia
Thriller
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Actus Reus

In the future, the line between the real world and virtual reality has begun to blur. Dominated by the elites, regular citizens are subject to mandatory psychological examinations the results of which can lead to their imprisonment...or even death. After the first murder in decades, a young woman must try to solve a series of seemingly familiar homicides, and at the same time trying to answer the question: what does it mean to remain sane?

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Storm
12Mins Each
21
ISSUES
(Not Your Average) Robotics Class
Updated Jul 24, 2020
PG-13
43
1665
0
Friendship

With a dangerous personality-altering glitch, minor disliking of his creator and partner, and sense of humor, one robot accidentally breaks the fragile peace between two gifted and feuding roboticists.

~~

This is still a rough draft, and I'm hoping to do another one to clean things up a bit better

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Friendship
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(Not Your Average) Robotics Class

With a dangerous personality-altering glitch, minor disliking of his creator and partner, and sense of humor, one robot accidentally breaks the fragile peace between two gifted and feuding roboticists.

~~

This is still a rough draft, and I'm hoping to do another one to clean things up a bit better

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onlineit
1Min Each
1
ISSUE
Tips & tricks for developing a serverless cloud app
Updated Nov 26, 2019
PG
0
426
0
Inspirational

As organizations search for flexible and scalable data solutions, the pull for going serverless has never been stronger. However, applying emerging technologies to your company’s processes is easier said than done. Luckily, you’re not alone in your pursuit of serverless cloud app development.

With first-hand experience in implementing serverless app development as a software engineer at K15t (an Atlassian Platinum Solution Partner and Marketplace Vendor), I’ll reveal some of my best practices and discuss the roadblocks we were able to overcome while going serverless.To get in-depth knowledge on AWS, you can enroll for live demo AWS Online Training

Getting startedBefore we look into the best practices, we need to set up our development environment. There are two ways you can develop serverless functions: locally or directly in the cloud.

Developing a function locally allows you to execute, test, and debug code on your local machine, while the alternative requires you to upload and execute your code in the cloud. In the instance of local development, you have the choice of using different frameworks, like the Serverless framework, the Serverless Application Model (SAM), or LocalStack. In order to go live with your app, you’ll still need to use one of the cloud providers like AWS, Azure, Google, or similar to upload and execute your code. For this article, we’re going to focus on AWS Lambda.

One key drawback we saw with the cloud execution is that debugging your code can be more challenging. To make a well-informed decision about your development approach, it is important to consider three things:

You must have a test environment that closely resembles your production environment. So don’t only use your local machine, because then you’ll always simplify something, be it services, access policies, or something else.Local code updates are generally faster because you don’t need to update or upload your code into the cloud (although this process can be optimized using small tools or a clever approach).

Debugging your code along the way should always be part of your process. Locally running tests of your business logic will help you easily spot errors in your code, so pay close attention to split infrastructure code and business logic.Another important point is to keep track of all your Lambda functions. The best way to do this is to describe your infrastructure using one of the frameworks above to help keep track of the Lambda functions deployed in your environment. You may also utilize a CI/CD pipeline, which allows you to automate your deployment as much as possible.Best practicesKeep it simple

The first best practice when going serverless is to limit the scope of your functions. For example, if there are different tasks you want to accomplish like receiving a webhook, processing the webhook data, and then sending a notification, you could put them all into one Lambda function.

However, this will reduce your app’s scalability. I suggest keeping your functions simple and separate your concerns. Consider focusing on just one task your function will perform and pour your energy into delivering that functionality very well. This will lead to better scalability and reusability in your app. This also reduces the file size of your Lambda function, so you may also be able to reduce the cold-start time.Every millisecond matters here, because the bigger your artifact, the slower the startup time of your function, so decide carefully on which dependencies you’ll include in your code. This is especially important for Java programmers! Avoid using frameworks like Spring — it just slows down your function.If you want to use your Lambda functions as a REST API, look for services like API Gateway or AWS App Sync to connect with your Lambda functions. However, keep in mind that due to the cold-start problem, the response times of your Lambda functions might have some spikes.

Key in on communicationIf you follow the advice from above to split up your Lambda functions, then communication between your functions becomes very important in order to exchange data and create a flow within your app. Depending on your needs, you can utilize:Synchronous communication: Directly call another Lambda function from within a Lambda functionAsynchronous communication: Upload data to a service and let this service trigger another Lambda functionBoth approaches have their drawbacks: synchronous communication results in a tight coupling of your Lambda functions and might be problematic if you need to exchange big chunks of data, whereas asynchronous communication always involves a different party and can get pricey. However, in order to be more flexible and improve the scalability of your app, asynchronous communication is the preferred choice.

Ensure all aspects are scalableMany services like AWS and Jira have the capacity to automatically scale applications, leading many developers to overlook this step. However, you may find yourself working with numerous services in order to achieve the desired functionality for your serverless application. These services won’t all have the same scalability. Protect your code from malfunctioning by setting up a queue, or buffer requests if necessary, to hedge this issue. One service that proved to be very useful for us was Amazon Kinesis, a streaming service capable of handling lots of data, which we use to buffer all incoming webhooks.

Make sure 15 minutes is enough time to execute your appIn Lambda, your functions have 15 minutes to run before they time out. Given that this limit was recently increased from 5 minutes, this may not seem like a big concern. But depending on your app, instances can quickly add up.You can optimize this a bit with some more parallelization within your Lambda function, but to really circumvent these time limits, consider using other approaches like recursion (calling yourself from within a Lambda function to continue processing) or AWS Step Functions, which manage the execution workflow around the time limit. You may also need to consider the viability of outsourcing this to another service.

Understand data limits

Other important aspects to take into consideration are the limits of a Lambda function. For example, you have up to 3 gigabytes available for your memory allocation, but be aware that memory allocation and CPU power correlate: the more memory you allocate, the more CPU power you have. The same is true for network and I/O throughput which correlate to memory allocation as well.

Furthermore, you only have about 512 megabytes available for temporary local storage. If you’re in the middle of a project (or ideally in the planning stage) and feel as though these limitations will be too challenging to overcome, then serverless may not be the way to go for this particular set of code.Serverless to the rescueIf you’re considering (or in the middle of) creating a serverless app, you can utilize these key takeaways from my team at K15t to create a proper scope and avoid potential snags in the dev launch cycle.

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Tips & tricks for developing a serverless cloud app

As organizations search for flexible and scalable data solutions, the pull for going serverless has never been stronger. However, applying emerging technologies to your company’s processes is easier said than done. Luckily, you’re not alone in your pursuit of serverless cloud app development.

With first-hand experience in implementing serverless app development as a software engineer at K15t (an Atlassian Platinum Solution Partner and Marketplace Vendor), I’ll reveal some of my best practices and discuss the roadblocks we were able to overcome while going serverless.To get in-depth knowledge on AWS, you can enroll for live demo AWS Online Training

Getting startedBefore we look into the best practices, we need to set up our development environment. There are two ways you can develop serverless functions: locally or directly in the cloud.

Developing a function locally allows you to execute, test, and debug code on your local machine, while the alternative requires you to upload and execute your code in the cloud. In the instance of local development, you have the choice of using different frameworks, like the Serverless framework, the Serverless Application Model (SAM), or LocalStack. In order to go live with your app, you’ll still need to use one of the cloud providers like AWS, Azure, Google, or similar to upload and execute your code. For this article, we’re going to focus on AWS Lambda.

One key drawback we saw with the cloud execution is that debugging your code can be more challenging. To make a well-informed decision about your development approach, it is important to consider three things:

You must have a test environment that closely resembles your production environment. So don’t only use your local machine, because then you’ll always simplify something, be it services, access policies, or something else.Local code updates are generally faster because you don’t need to update or upload your code into the cloud (although this process can be optimized using small tools or a clever approach).

Debugging your code along the way should always be part of your process. Locally running tests of your business logic will help you easily spot errors in your code, so pay close attention to split infrastructure code and business logic.Another important point is to keep track of all your Lambda functions. The best way to do this is to describe your infrastructure using one of the frameworks above to help keep track of the Lambda functions deployed in your environment. You may also utilize a CI/CD pipeline, which allows you to automate your deployment as much as possible.Best practicesKeep it simple

The first best practice when going serverless is to limit the scope of your functions. For example, if there are different tasks you want to accomplish like receiving a webhook, processing the webhook data, and then sending a notification, you could put them all into one Lambda function.

However, this will reduce your app’s scalability. I suggest keeping your functions simple and separate your concerns. Consider focusing on just one task your function will perform and pour your energy into delivering that functionality very well. This will lead to better scalability and reusability in your app. This also reduces the file size of your Lambda function, so you may also be able to reduce the cold-start time.Every millisecond matters here, because the bigger your artifact, the slower the startup time of your function, so decide carefully on which dependencies you’ll include in your code. This is especially important for Java programmers! Avoid using frameworks like Spring — it just slows down your function.If you want to use your Lambda functions as a REST API, look for services like API Gateway or AWS App Sync to connect with your Lambda functions. However, keep in mind that due to the cold-start problem, the response times of your Lambda functions might have some spikes.

Key in on communicationIf you follow the advice from above to split up your Lambda functions, then communication between your functions becomes very important in order to exchange data and create a flow within your app. Depending on your needs, you can utilize:Synchronous communication: Directly call another Lambda function from within a Lambda functionAsynchronous communication: Upload data to a service and let this service trigger another Lambda functionBoth approaches have their drawbacks: synchronous communication results in a tight coupling of your Lambda functions and might be problematic if you need to exchange big chunks of data, whereas asynchronous communication always involves a different party and can get pricey. However, in order to be more flexible and improve the scalability of your app, asynchronous communication is the preferred choice.

Ensure all aspects are scalableMany services like AWS and Jira have the capacity to automatically scale applications, leading many developers to overlook this step. However, you may find yourself working with numerous services in order to achieve the desired functionality for your serverless application. These services won’t all have the same scalability. Protect your code from malfunctioning by setting up a queue, or buffer requests if necessary, to hedge this issue. One service that proved to be very useful for us was Amazon Kinesis, a streaming service capable of handling lots of data, which we use to buffer all incoming webhooks.

Make sure 15 minutes is enough time to execute your appIn Lambda, your functions have 15 minutes to run before they time out. Given that this limit was recently increased from 5 minutes, this may not seem like a big concern. But depending on your app, instances can quickly add up.You can optimize this a bit with some more parallelization within your Lambda function, but to really circumvent these time limits, consider using other approaches like recursion (calling yourself from within a Lambda function to continue processing) or AWS Step Functions, which manage the execution workflow around the time limit. You may also need to consider the viability of outsourcing this to another service.

Understand data limits

Other important aspects to take into consideration are the limits of a Lambda function. For example, you have up to 3 gigabytes available for your memory allocation, but be aware that memory allocation and CPU power correlate: the more memory you allocate, the more CPU power you have. The same is true for network and I/O throughput which correlate to memory allocation as well.

Furthermore, you only have about 512 megabytes available for temporary local storage. If you’re in the middle of a project (or ideally in the planning stage) and feel as though these limitations will be too challenging to overcome, then serverless may not be the way to go for this particular set of code.Serverless to the rescueIf you’re considering (or in the middle of) creating a serverless app, you can utilize these key takeaways from my team at K15t to create a proper scope and avoid potential snags in the dev launch cycle.

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Where should I start the software ?
Updated May 20, 2020
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In addition to being a profession in itself, programming needs to be more or less programming in many professions today, or programming knowledge can make the job easier. Whether you are going to start programming as a hobby, to contribute to your profession or to develop as a profession, you may suddenly encounter a picture that will intimidate you: You should choose a language to start from among hundreds of programming and scripting languages ​​without having much knowledge about them.

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Where should I start the software ?

In addition to being a profession in itself, programming needs to be more or less programming in many professions today, or programming knowledge can make the job easier. Whether you are going to start programming as a hobby, to contribute to your profession or to develop as a profession, you may suddenly encounter a picture that will intimidate you: You should choose a language to start from among hundreds of programming and scripting languages ​​without having much knowledge about them.

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ISSUES
Defect
Updated Oct 3, 2020
PG-13
0
67
0
Action
Dystopia

A galaxy torn apart by grueling war, a dying will to continue the fight, and the struggling internal conflicts of the past. A growing army of fighters from all walks of life have banded together to finally bring about peace to Galaxy-F800. Candy Warding, Fender Jones, Silver Stream, and many others take on the incredible task of leading this rebellion. Will the Defection persevere, and finally drive out the attrition, or will they succumb to the mighty task before them?

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Defect

A galaxy torn apart by grueling war, a dying will to continue the fight, and the struggling internal conflicts of the past. A growing army of fighters from all walks of life have banded together to finally bring about peace to Galaxy-F800. Candy Warding, Fender Jones, Silver Stream, and many others take on the incredible task of leading this rebellion. Will the Defection persevere, and finally drive out the attrition, or will they succumb to the mighty task before them?

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