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In this tutorial, we’re going to create a vertical slide-out menu using CSS3 transitions. The menus will be place on the left-side of the screen with the main links hiding... The post Learn How to Create a Vertical Slide-Out Menu with CSS Transitions appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Julia Computing raised $24 million in a Series A fundraising round and stated it will use the funding to further develop and advance its secure, high-performance JuliaHub cloud platform. JuliaHub makes it easy to develop, deploy and scale Julia programs and is a platform for other applications such as JuliaSim for multi-physics simulation, JuliaSPICE for … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Julia Computing Series A, Windows Terminal preview 1.10 released, Kdan Mobile raises $16 million in Series B funding appeared first on SD Times.
The Voices of the ElePHPant podcast, hosted by Cal Evans, has posted their latest interview with a member of the PHP community. In this latest show Cal talks with Chris Rowe, Director of Business Development at Yochana IT Solutions. In this episode Cal and Chris talk about recruiting firms and how conferences (and the community) look from their perspective. They also talk about some of the "bad recruiters" out there that can make it harder for good, quality recruiting firms to attract good talent. They also talk about the job/tech scene there in Detroit and You can listen to this latest episode either using the in-page audio player or by downloading the mp3 of the show directly. If you enjoy the show, be sure to subscribe to their feed and follow them on Twitter for updates when new shows are released.
PrestaShop 1.7 front office has a systematic event system which “emits” some events. Furthermore, we can use these events to identify user actions. For instance, a user changes combination in product page. Therefore the combination and image template is updated. After that it emits “updatedProduct” event. You can use this event to capture this action [...]
A year ago I wrote an article for Dzone titled The Rise and Fall of a Senior Developer. Filled with personal anecdotes and stories from my years as a software engineer, the article was a critique of industry practices surrounding the somewhat controversial issue of ranking programmers' seniority.I realized that I might sound like an elitist dinosaur patronizing the upcoming generation of software engineers. A sort of "back in my day we did things differently" mentality that every generation seems to age into. So you can imagine my surprise when the article became not only my most popular submission, but caught the eye of Dan Lines, host of the Dev Interrupted podcast.
Everybody wants to spend as little as possible and get as much as they can. That's the case whether you're building a website, buying a car or grabbing a bite... The post Explaining to a Client Why Investment in Their Website Is Crucial to Their Success appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Okay, freelance designers. Stop me if you’ve heard this one: you’re working on a project for a client, and all of a sudden there’s a discrepancy with your payment. Perhaps... The post Educating Clients About the True Value of Your Services as a Designer appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
What's the most important part of a business presentation? The way you dress? Your speech? Or is it your body language? It's actually none of the above! Your presentation slides are the most important part of a business presentation. Why? Because your clients will be staring at the slides at all times and you'll be […]
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