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Did you know that Pinterest can be used as an excellent bookmarking tool for beautiful designs? While browsing Pinterest, we decided to share with you 40 absolutely stunning magazine covers. These magazine covers have some unique designs and use, typography, illustration and photography, in a unique way. There are two major goals to keep in mind […] The post 40 Stunning Magazine Covers To Inspire You appeared first on Line25.
Microsoft recently announced the second preview of Visual Studio 2022 17.1. This release includes new features that align with themes of Visual Studio 2022, such as productivity. New Git productivity features will make day-to-day work much easier, according to Microsoft. Developers will now be able to compare the current branch in a repository with other … continue reading The post Visual Studio 2022 17.1 Preview 2 introduces several Git productivity improvements appeared first on SD Times.
I've seen many people complaining that street advertising doesn't have much room for innovation, but here we are about to contradict these complains. Just like any other ad space medium, streets are also allow you to reach more specific audiences, but streets are not limited to that because it can be a space for creative imagination, and these creative street marketing campaigns are good evidence of this. Guerrilla marketing works because it's simple to understand, easy to implement and outrageously inexpensive. These creative marketing campaigns are the perfect example of how ad agencies use some of the most creative minds … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Want to give your design a quick facelift? Using new and interesting typography trends might be the answer. Designers are opting for less elaborate typefaces and pairing them with bold color, cutouts, gradients, and even customizations to create lettering that stands out. Changing typefaces or recreating an image or header in a trending style can […]
The practice of Search Engine Optimization has been constantly evolving for as long as search engines have been around. While every search engine marketer will implement different strategies and tactics,... The post My Approach to On-Page SEO in 2019 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
The new Davis Security Advisor automatically contextualizes and prioritizes application vulnerabilities to reduce enterprise risk by empowering DevSecOps teams to make more informed real-time decisions. Davis automatically monitors all software libraries in preproduction and production and removes false positives. It then aggregates vulnerability data and prioritizes remediation tactics. "Manual processes and piecemeal solutions that don't … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Dynatrace announces Davis Security Advisor, Nylas raises $120 million in Series C funding, W3C makes Web Audio API an official standard appeared first on SD Times.
Are you trying to come up with a new and creative way to apply to that dream job? Then you should consider using an HTML resume instead of the traditional PDF or Word doc. HTML resumes are far superior to PDFs that everyone uses when applying for jobs. For starters, an HTML resume helps you […]
Latest PECL Releases:PAM 2.2.3 Fix minimum version of php and pear installer PAM 2.2.2 Add missing globals init and other minor fixes PAM 2.2.1 PHP 8.0 support with other features pcov 1.0.9 - Fix #67 huge memory consumption to generate coverage zip 1.19.3 - Fix #80648 Fix for bug 79296 should be based on runtime version (cmb, Remi) - Fix #80863 ZipArchive::extractTo() ignores references. (cmb) Tensor 3.0.00 - No changes protobuf 3.17.2 * No new changes in 3.17.2
Prestashop Google Tag Manager: Tags are snippets of code that are added to a site and used to gather unique information about visitors and their on-site behaviors. Manually assigning the tags to web pages and managing them can be a tedious and time-consuming process. Integrate Google Tag Manager with your Prestashop store to easily manage [...]
In a post to his site Matthias Noback looks at an interesting idea when it comes to the structure of your code: the idea of negative architecture and making assumptions. In "Negative Architecture", Michael Feathers speaks about certain aspects of software architecture leading to some kind of negative architecture. Feathers mentions the IO Monad from Haskell (functional programming) as an example, but there are parallel examples in object-oriented programming. For example, by using layers and the dependency inversion principle you can "guarantee" that a certain class, in a certain layer (e.g. domain, application) won't do any IO - no talking to a database, no HTTP requests to some remote service, etc. [...] A negative architecture is what's "between the lines". You can look at all the code and describe a positive architecture for it, but given certain architecture or design rules, there's also the background; things we can be sure will never happen. He goes on to give a few examples of "negative architecture": "An object does nothing meaningful in its constructor" "An object doesn't also fetch dependencies statically if it also gets any number of dependencies injected" "If a class is not marked final, it has at least one subclass" "If a property is not marked "private", it's used by at least one subclass" "An abstract class won't use methods that aren't part of its published interface" "If an object has one public method, it won't have any public static methods" For each item in the list there's a summary (and sometimes code) included to help clarify the point.
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