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This is our popular weekly design news post where we share our favorite design related articles, resources and freebies from the past week. You can sign-up to our awesome weekly... The post Weekly News for Designers (N.317) appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Blog comments have long held a very prominent position in Search Engine Optimization (SEO) debates. For anyone familiar with the subject, it should be relatively easy to see why. Back in 2005, Google introduced the “nofollow” tag as a partial response to comment spam. Today, Google’s PageRank draws attention to page authoritativeness, which comment backlinks affect. Finally, comment sections produce social signals for search engines that affect SEO. Nonetheless, it’s not a clear-cut subject, as debates will frequently show. Thus, let us explore just how comments on your blog can impact search rankings and potential courses of action. Blog Comments: … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Since design (and even code) is so subjective - is aiming for perfection really a thing? So, if we're not after perfection, just what are we aiming for? The post Embracing Competency and Letting Go of Design Perfection appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
The new digital era of newspapers has begun to provide news articles to a wider range of users via websites, online e-news articles. People try to access enormous amounts of info on the internet daily, and this will impact the behavior of news websites. The main purpose of issuing news is to inform, educate, guide, […] The post Tips and guidelines for designing large news websites appeared first on Line25.
GitHub is opening its Advisory Database to community contributions to help further secure software supply chains. One vulnerability can have a devastating "domino effect" on software across the globe. With the use of open-source increasing, so does the threat of a vast amount of software being compromised. GitHub launched its Advisory Database almost two years... Read more » The post GitHub Advisory Database now accepts community contributions appeared first on Developer Tech News.
Stef Hamerlinck, Matt Davies & Jacob Cass discuss brand purpose, brand authenticity and the benefits and misuses of growing a brand from the inside out.
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This week's Designer News - No 614 - includes The 2021 State of Digital Nomads, How to Implement and Style the Dialog Element, 9 Figma Design System Tips, The State of CSS Survey, Colorblind Accessibility Manifesto, Tailwind CSS Buttons, and much, much more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 614 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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What Is Observability? Observability is the ability to derive a valid conclusion of what is happening currently to the system and why it is happening. Guiding Principles for Observability Context and sequential flow of each end-tend-end request is most important. We need to be able to see what is having an issue, which other parts might/are affected and what are the commonalities of issues when things go wrong. Must be able to cut the data in many ways and correlate the different aspects of a request (e.g. ability to filter for each user, their session, each server node and any of them combined with the other attributes) Use questions to drive features required for observability instead of relaying on what we can see. Observability Components Components What is means? Metrics Metrics are numeric values to help evaluate a service's overall behavior over time.They compromise of a set of data points that can be used to derive system's performance.Typical examples are: uptime response time # request per second CPU/RAM utilisation Events An event is a collection of data points about what it took to complete a unit of work. they are records of selected significant points that happened with metadata to provide context.Typical examples are: change of a workflow status batch job completion Logs Logs are important for troubleshooting and trying to understand a problem. they provide detail data and context so one can re-create and diagnose a problemTypical examples are: application logs serer logs error logs debug logs Traces Traces are important for showing a step-by-step journey of how a request or action as it moves through the system. these give specific insight into the flow and help one to identify errors, find bottlenecks so they can be optimised and rectified. Visualisation Data needs to be connected in a visual and easy to comprehend approach that allows data to be correlated and derive connections from the different data points and events that is happening in the system. This provides context that are otherwise not easily identifiable by looking at individual metrics alone.
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