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In today's Adobe Illustrator tutorial I'm going to show you my process of converting a rough sketch into a vector illustration by turning one of my old doodles into a cute yeti cartoon character. By tracing the initial sketch with as many basic shapes as possible, we can achieve a simple 'flat' illustration style. The […] The post Illustrator Tutorial: Sketch to Vector Character Illustration appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
As security continues to shift left and DevSecOps efforts expand, software security best practices are rapidly evolving. The State of Software Security Report conducted by the application security company Veracode, showed that on average, organizations are running scans on their apps 20 times more than they were just 10 years ago. With this, the report … continue reading The post New study shows 20x increase in security scan cadence appeared first on SD Times.
SnapLogic, the enterprise automation company, today announced that it has raised $165 million at a one billion dollar valuation. This funding will go towards accelerating the company's AI-powered data and application integration. This financing round was led by Sixth Street Growth, which will now be joining the SnapLogic board. These funds will go directly towards … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: SnapLogic raises $165 million; Vulnerability found in log4j 2; December release of Python for VS Code appeared first on SD Times.
Part 1 of this article focused on the structural issues of how staff fungibility (the concept that one staff member can be substituted for another) can impede project management. The project management notions of project-month and full-time equivalent, are used to apply simple mathematical operators to people (e.g., two half-time people equals one full time … continue reading The post The Fungible Fallacy: Sociological impediments to effective project management appeared first on SD Times.
The PHP team is glad to announce the second release candidate of PHP 7.4: PHP 7.4.0RC2. This continues the PHP 7.4 release cycle, the rough outline of which is specified in the PHP Wiki. Please DO NOT use this version in production, it is an early test version. For source downloads of PHP 7.4.0RC2 p...
Typography is an important part of web design. Its impact on the overall design of the website can’t be stressed enough. To create harmonious and readable web pages, designers should pay attention to two main factors — font size and space. By changing these variables, you can create an engaging experience for the reader. Designers […] The post 14 Typography Skills Every Graphic Designer Should Have appeared first on Line25.
Tomas Vortuba has a new post to his site sharing some of his experiences with static function analysis (and fixing) and the trap he got himself into when evaluating the current state of his code. This is a continuation of his series covering the use of the SymfonyCodingStandard package. PHP story with code examples, copy-cat killers, just a little bit of static, consistency, sniffs and way to prevent all that ever happening ever again. In his post he uses an example "fixer" for testing DocBlock comments to see if they provide much useful information over what the PHP itself provides. He dives "under the surface" and looks at the steps it takes to accomplish this. He then gets to the "trap" part, showing the code behind the fixer and how depending on 3rd party packages and their parsing lead to code mistakenly being "fixed". He finishes up the post with a look at a few solutions that could help make these "traps" easier to fix including dependency injection and preventing the issue specifically with static functions.
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Developers usually agree that unit testing is a critical aspect of software development. We also know that developers enjoy debating techniques, frameworks, strategies, and the importance of testing different layers and components. When unit tests are stable, rapid, and repeatable, they add the most value. Spring Boot is known for reducing boilerplate code and speeding up development, but this comes at a cost when it's time to test. Without advanced optimization, tests can take a long time to run. Much of that time is lost on unnecessary app initialization, slowing down the feedback loop.
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