5 Best Technology You Need to Know to Work in Any Industry

September 5th, 2018 by

If you’ve been following the news on exciting tech trends like artificial intelligence, then you’re probably aware that emerging technologies are changing the way we work and interact with others. In fact, with things like machine learning and touch commerce becoming increasingly popular across every industry from banking to healthcare, technology is revolutionizing the way we do business and making high-tech approaches an integral part of our lives. We recently sat down with the team at Deloitte to find out how these trends are reshaping the career space. Here are the top five technology trends you need to know to work in any industry. 1. Internet of Things (IOT) One of the biggest tech trends to emerge in recent years is the Internet of Things. Simply put, the Internet of Things (abbreviated IOT) is the idea that all technological devices can be connected to the internet and to each other … Continue reading 5 Best Technology You Need to Know to Work in Any Industry

Progressive Web App (PWA)

September 28th, 2017 by

Progressive Web Apps are experiences that combine the best of the web and the best of apps. They are useful to users from the very first visit in a browser tab, no install required. As the user progressively builds a relationship with the app over time, it becomes more and more powerful. It loads quickly, even on flaky networks, sends relevant push notifications, has an icon on the home screen, and loads as a top-level, full screen experience. Its uses modern web capabilities to deliver an app-like user experience. What is a Progressive Web App? A Progressive Web App is: Progressive – Works for every user, regardless of browser choice because it’s built with progressive enhancement as a core tenet. Responsive – Fits any form factor: desktop, mobile, tablet, or whatever is next. Connectivity independent – Enhanced with service workers to work offline or on low-quality networks. App-like – Feels … Continue reading Progressive Web App (PWA)

PHP or Python: Best Language for Server Side Development

September 19th, 2017 by

Python and PHP are two of the most popular high-level programming languages. PHP is traditionally used as a server-side scripting language, while Python is valued for its dynamics, availability, and simplicity. Despite their almost identical popularity among developers, these two languages have many specifics and differences. The wide prevalence and use of these languages lead to the question – which of them is better and more convenient? In order to give a full answer to this question, it is necessary to carefully consider the features, functionality, and scope of Python and PHP in software development. Also important is to understand main differences and their relation. Choosing the best language for server side development between PHP and Python based on the product properties is, probably, impossible. In this article, we strive to at least explain clearly the similarities and differences between these two languages. To consciously select Python vs PHP for … Continue reading PHP or Python: Best Language for Server Side Development

Grow Your Website Traffic with 3 Best Pinterest Strategies

August 22nd, 2017 by

While businesses are pouring all their resources, time and money into Google and Facebook, they are ignoring one of the most underutilized platforms out there: Pinterest. The site where many go to find recipes and scope out DIY projects is actually one of the most effective marketing platforms out there right now. According to the entrepreneur.com they are using Pinterest strategically for their website MelyssaGriffon.com, They was able to double my website traffic in three months and exponentially grow their email list. Before utilizing their Pinterest strategies, They had about 2,000 subscribers. Twelve months after implementing on strategic Pinterest system, they were up to 40,000 subscribers. Now, after two years, They are nearing 200,000 subscribers. It’s kind of insane. And this new surge in traffic and subscribers rapidly grew their business, too. Within one year of using Pinterest strategies, they literally 5x-ed their revenue! Seriously, according to the website Pinterest … Continue reading Grow Your Website Traffic with 3 Best Pinterest Strategies

MySQL 5.7 delivers a 3x speed injection

MySQL 5.7 delivers a 3rd time speed injection

October 20th, 2015 by

A major update to the open-source database is about to arrive It’s been more than two years since the general release of MySQL 5.6, and on Monday Oracle announced that its successor will soon arrive bearing a significant boost in performance along with improved security and scalability. MySQL 5.7 promises speeds as much as three times faster than those of version 5.6. Specifically, in benchmark tests using SysBench Read-only Point-Selects and with 1,024 connections, MySQL 5.7 delivered 1.6 million queries per second, Oracle said. “This is very competitive against other databases,” said Tomas Ulin, Oracle’s vice president of MySQL engineering. “These kinds of improvements come from removing internal bottlenecks in the software.” The InnoDB storage engine has also been optimized in this new release, bringing capabilities including increased performance and concurrency, enhanced online operations, spatial indexes and native partitioning, Oracle said. Enhancements to MySQL’s replication features, meanwhile, include multisource replication, … Continue reading MySQL 5.7 delivers a 3rd time speed injection

Best 5 Advantages of open source software

October 17th, 2015 by

Open source software is software whose source code is available for modification or enhancement by anyone. “Source code” is the part of software that most computer users don’t ever see; it’s the code computer programmers can manipulate to change how a piece of software—a “program” or “application”—works. Programmers who have access to a computer program’s source code can improve that program by adding features to it or fixing parts that don’t always work correctly. 5 advantages of open source program are: 1. Customization The capability to modify the program according to the needs is the major difference among closed source and open source software. The choice of modifying the software enables developers to make a solution that particularly targets the needs of their customers. Enterprises and companies can extract the utmost advantages from this feature because they can get modified solutions for controlling their daily activities. 2. Freely Obtainable One … Continue reading Best 5 Advantages of open source software

SEO for Your Firm’s Website

5 simple Tips to Improve SEO for Your Firm’s Website

August 21st, 2015 by

Effective search engine optimization is crucial to the success of your law firm. With more and more clients turning to the web to learn more about referred lawyers and to find legal services, an effective firm website optimized with SEO isn’t optional anymore; it’s a necessity. For many law firm websites, SEO is the foundation of their online presence. Without it, searches for attorneys in your firm might direct potential clients to other sites, such as LinkedIn or a local periodical, instead of your own site. This type of misdirection could result in lost business opportunities, which benefits neither your firm nor the people seeking your firm’s expertise. The reality is that if people can’t easily find your firm and your attorneys online, they won’t — and will instead turn to a competitor with better digital accessibility. SEO and Web Design: Then and Now As search engine algorithms continue to … Continue reading 5 simple Tips to Improve SEO for Your Firm’s Website

Communication

Best trick to manage your web professionals

August 11th, 2015 by

Good for you!  If you are reading this post, then you are most likely considering hiring a website developer OR better yet… you have already done so.  Hiring a professional to build your website is usually the best solution simply because of how important a website is to a business. If you as a business owner are good at what you do, then let a web professional do what they do well.  For example, I’m a Digital Marketer, and although I know how to swing a hammer, I would not consider building my own house. OK, so we already know that hiring a professional makes the most sense.  This article will be the next step… I will explain below HOW to manage the relationship with your web developer. Do It With Me No matter how you were sold, a positive website experience and final product approval will require a “do … Continue reading Best trick to manage your web professionals

Choosing A Computer Language

Choosing a computer language for better career

August 11th, 2015 by

If you are new to programming there is a bewildering array of possibilities. Which is the best language to start with is a question that will get many different answers – but knowing which one is right for you depends on what you hope to get out of it. Udacity has come up with an infographic to help you make your own decision. Udacity has looked at data for the top ten programming languages in the US based on IEEE Spectrum’s 2014 Rankings. Looking at the most popular programming languages for 2015, reported last month by IEEE Spectrum there is no change in the selection of languages, but in 2015 (on rthe left) R has risen from 9th to 6th pushing down PHP, JavaScript and Ruby by one place each: Udacity looks at various criteria for looking at which language to learn and of these salary might be the most … Continue reading Choosing a computer language for better career

The jQuery Foundation Releases New Mandates

The jQuery Foundation Releases New Instructions

August 10th, 2015 by

The jQuery Foundation Board of Directors recently met to revisit the organization’s overall mission to help improve the open web, making it accessible for everyone, through the development and support of open source software, and collaboration with the development community. The organization is represented by a number of industry companies including IBM, WordPress and Famo.us who are working together to specifically support the advancement of the web through JavaScript. Here is what the organization had to say about its renewed focus on key priorities. Our priorities are: Diversity: Open source depends on contributions. An organization’s vitality can be destroyed by having a closed group that excludes or even actively antagonizes newcomers. There is incredible value in having a diverse set of contributors with different cultures, backgrounds, perspectives, and skill sets. The jQuery Foundation is committed to improving diversity at all levels, from the development community in general to the projects … Continue reading The jQuery Foundation Releases New Instructions

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