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How do you keep a team engaged? How do you make sure the team gets up to date with everything that's being released? How often do the team members talk to each other face to face? Do they have enough support to finish their tasks or to pursue their growth? These are questions that popped in my head once a design team started to grow quickly in front of my eyes. As a team leader, I was faced with a new challenge: making sure there's enough recurrence in my team's communication to facilitate the team's development. Enter the weekly design meetings.The post How To Make Use Of Weekly Design Meetings appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Working with a third-party IT vendor is pretty common for enterprises these days. However, we always suggest businesses opt for such collaborations only when they...Read More The post 10 Cybersecurity Questions You Should Always be Asking Your IT Vendor appeared first on ISHIR | Software Development India.
The demand for cybersecurity has undergone a massive hike as many organisations from various sectors are rapidly and continuously going online. With such enormous growth,... The post How to Build Your Career as a Cybersecurity Specialist? appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
It would seem that everyone should have already accustomed themselves to the idea of rapid technological improvement. But people still get a skeptic ‘too much of a good thing’ feeling... The post Dispelling Doubts About Xamarin appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Nothing beats a block letter font when it comes to designing titles and headings. They are the perfect font for attracting attention as well as making text readable from a distance. Which is why block fonts are mostly used for everything from poster designs to flyer designs and even logo designs. Contrary to popular belief, […]
Matt Sparks has an interesting post to his site sharing something he'd like to see in PHP 8 (quite a ways off in the future but still worth thinking about): scalar objects. Recently, I read an interesting article from Andrew Carter entitled Make PHP Great Again [cheap plug: this link was included in my most recent Newsletter]. In it Andrew brought up the topic of scalar objects. If you're not familiar with scalar objects, they represent a single value (integer, boolean, string, etc.) that you can perform operations on*. He shares an example of what it might look like in PHP and his response to a tweet from Nikola Posa about what features they'd like to see. He then spends the remainder of the post making his case for the inclusion of scalar objects and how it can help clean up some of PHP's own naming and functional inconsistencies.
Traditionally, engraved designs are carved into metal or wooden surfaces with sharp tools, but the visual style of engraving is also replicated in design and illustrative work. Ornate floral elements, detailed patterns, and intricate linework are common features that make engravings such a fascinating art style. In today’s inspiration showcase I present 40 amazing designs […] The post 40 Amazing Designs with Detailed Engraving Style Effects appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Do you prefer composition over inheritance? Yes, that's great. Why aren't your classes final then? Oh, you have tests and you mock your classes. But why is that a problem?
A coding session where you'll learn how to recreate the infinite image slider seen on tismes.com using Three.js. The post Coding an Infinite Slider using Texture Recursion with Three.js appeared first on Codrops.
Between partnering with influencers for social media posts or optimizing landing pages for PPC campaigns, there are plenty of ways for marketers to promote and share products and services. But despite all the available options, there's one channel that has stood the test of time. Email marketing has always played an important role in reaching...
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