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I bet you know that situation. I mean, the one on the first picture. And I bet you have more than once thought of reacting as shown on the second picture. Exposure – one of the myths of web development work. Spec works is one manifestation of it. Just do as much as you can for free and the orders will keep rolling in? I don’t know of any success stories. My best practice advice is: “Never work for free!” By the way, we have more cartoons for you here.* You might also be interested in the following articlesCartoon: If Web Designers Were Prostitutes Cartoon: If Web Designers Were … [#001]Cartoon: If Web Designers Were Plumbers [#003]Cartoon: If Web Designers Were Pizza Boys Cartoon: If Web Designers Were Car Salesmen [#002]Cartoon: If Web Designers Were Butchers… 
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Being in the e-learning industry for over 10 years, we can vouch for the fact that nearly all learning management systems (LMSs) are bound to underperform at some point or the other. Be it meeting your client's requirements, having issues with the software's compatibility, maintenance, setup, or simply not being able to achieve the ultimate […] The post Best Practices for Avoiding LMS Platform Failures appeared first on WisdmLabs.
The key to winning your audience is a perfectly designed PowerPoint presentation. Whether you're speaking at a conference, pitching to an investor, or talking about sales projections at a business meeting, this collection of the best PowerPoint templates will help you speak to your audience. The way you design your PowerPoint slides will play a […]
Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples.
On the SitePoint PHP blog they've posted a tutorial from author Tonino Jankov sharing some techniques you can use to increase the performance of Apache and Nginx when serving up your web applications. The article starts with some of the basics, introducing both the software and some of the concepts around their use and evaluation: an introduction to Apache and Nginx hardware considerations monitoring testing the systems (benchmarking) It then starts on the tuning tips, one section for each of the web servers. For Apache it covers changes for the mpm modules, disabling htaccess and browser cache control with mod_expires. On the Nginx side, they mention changing the number of workers created, tuning the keepalive timout and setting up server-side caching.
Radixweb, a world leader in the sphere of custom software development, has recently received the coveted title of a 'Great Place To Work(R)'. As Radixweb keeps pace with the velocity of change the IT sector is witnessing, Radixian influencers speak about the culture fostered at Radixweb that makes their employees' workday productive as well as … Continue reading Radixweb Named as Great Place To Work(R) →
Flying a drone is becoming more normal. It is no longer an act that stuns people when you fly it in your locality. Everyone is
2018 was a banner year for UX education. With an increasing barrage of conferences, bootcamps, meetups, and mentoring, it became easier than ever for new designers to learn the trade.... The post How We Can Improve UX Education in 2019 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Face recognition has been made more accessible and precise thanks to various technologies. Gradients are one of these since they essentially replace the original image... The post The Facial Recognition Algorithm appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
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