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One thing that can be just a smidge funky about the <details> element is that, when open, it’s not always 100% clear what is inside that element and what isn’t. I’m not saying that always matters or that it’s a … The post Put a Background on Open Details Elements appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
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Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has been a useful tool for many organizations. Despite the initial fear that it would grow to take over the jobs of developers, many have come to see that RPA and automation only function well when they work in tandem with developers. According to Yishai Beeri, growth technologies lead at LinearB, … continue reading The post RPA: Handling mundane tasks, freeing up developers appeared first on SD Times.
As we settle into this new era of social distancing, Zoom meetings, and working in your PJs, et al., it pays to spruce up your online presence, aka, your digital resume. For any professional (in or out of the job market), that means tweaking your LinkedIn profile to make it as powerful as possible. Because let's face it, in the (post) Covid era we live in, platforms such as LinkedIn are more important than ever before. Keeping that in mind, we've scoured the internet (and the answers left on Quora by career counselors) to find the most effective tactics you … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
WordPress is very popular when it comes to pre-designed themes with professional layouts, created by experienced designers. Starting a website from an existing template can save you a lot of time and money. Here you have 20 monochrome WordPress themes with stylish designs that can be easily customized to fit your every need. These are […] The post 20 Monochrome WordPress Themes appeared first on Line25.
PowerPoint slideshows used to be the boring part of a meeting or presentation. But now, with the help of cool PowerPoint templates, everyone can make presentation slideshows look more interesting and attractive, even if you don't have any experience in PowerPoint slideshow design. For this collection, we gathered some modern and stylish PowerPoint presentation templates […]
Since its earliest release, Java has touted itself as a "write once, run everywhere" programming language. The idea was that a programmer could develop an app in Java, have it compiled down to bytecode, and become an executable that can run on any platform, regardless of operating system or platform. It was able to do so in part by a runtime known as the Java Virtual Machine, or JVM. To Java's credit, the JVM was (and still is!) an incredibly fine-tuned runtime that abstracted away a computer's underlying hardware. While Java as a programming language survives to this day, it is often viewed as cumbersome, stodgy, and representative of an outdated approach to implementing solutions.
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