NZBFriends is an all-in-one Usenet search engine that comes with a unique algorithm and some advanced features. Clicking on the link for more search options enables you to sort your results by different criteria and also allows you to sort your results by the age of the posts and more. Unlike NZBindex and all the other similar Usenet search engines, it also allows you to specify the size of the file name you are looking for. One of the most interesting facts about this Usenet search is that it offers more than 1200 days of newsgroup retention that make it a perfect solution for experts and professionals.
Currently, it has more than 7288125 files from up to 2000 groups around the world. In order to make it fast and deliver easy to use experience, NZBFriends offer multiple sections including recent Usenet post, top 20 groups, recommendation and poplar keyword, etc. It is available to use in more than 3 different languages, and you can enjoy its service anywhere around the world.
Mimo 3.0 is a platform that helps users to learn code on Android and iOS devices. The platform comes with bite-size exercises that provide users with real code exercises and immediate feedback on the learning and their code. It also contains a code playground area that allows the users to exercises and practices their codes with examples.
Users can write and run their codes in the code playground and can also save their projects on it. Moreover, it provides a streak feature that enables users to maintain their coding habits. It helps the users in learning fast that they could be building professional projects in days.
Mimo 3.0 comes with exercises start from the personal homepage to the user profile and from voting feature to add to cart. The application is available for both Android and iPhone, and users can learn to code anytime, anywhere.