This article talks about the different jobs that are accessible during this global crisis known as coronavirus. Even with everyone outlet of media and every person saying to stay home and conduct social distancing there are many jobs that are seamed to be essential. With that being said many companies have told their employees to […]
This article reported on the fact that the browser used by web developers provided by Blisk had its data leaked by when a server was exposed without a password. This is something that happens more than it should and really makes the average consumer second guess about giving websites and companies their personal information. Target, […]
This article discusses the authors experiences as a web developer and how the usefulness of developing for desktop computers has been overshadowed over the years by mobile development. To answer his question outright I would have to say no. Desktop development is not going anywhere because phones can only offer so much screen real estate. […]
This is a very short article that gives points on how to find certain developers and how to communicate to said developers on what you want your website to look like. Jenna starts the article off by saying that if a company plans to be successful in the current year then they need a website. […]
Outsourcing can be very convenient for companies and cheaper as well as they don’t need to take the time to handle a web development team or send the money on them for services or equipment. Amit Agrawal uses his article to speak on these conveniences. He mainly goes over different topics about the website itself […]
This article talks about how the industry is changing its focus and looking at the web design and experience for mobile users first before desktop users. Designing for mobile users can be difficult as you need to convey a lot of information and the screen space a developer has is very vertical and narrow. In […]
This article is a nice summary of what AI and ML is changing within so many departments, industries, and jobs that a web developer would come across. It points out machine learning within applications such as Visual Basic and how its ability to give suggestions with code in the same vein as a google search […]
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