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Become a web developer in 8 weeks – Meet Faraz, Project Reviewer and Ironhacker

In this video we have the testimony of Faraz, Project Reviewer and alumni of our Web Development Bootcamp. “I studied the full stack web developer course and currently I’m working as a project reviewer for Udacity for the front end web development team. In my experience, learning at the bootcamp was a lot faster than learning on my own. When I used to learn on my own if I found something difficult I used to push it up for later…

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5 Reasons to Redo Your Website in 2018

Sign up for eletters today and get the latest how-to from Fine Homebuilding, plus special offers. As a contractor, your online presence is crucial to attracting the right customers to your company. One of the most essential parts of your online presence is your contracting website. Today, some will tell you that you need to be focusing only on social media. While social media does play an important role in online marketing, remember that your website is one of the…

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How Effective is Hamburger Navigation Menu for Responsive Websites?

No ratings yet. Responsive design is an innovative way of handling the layout of the website on different devices to fit as per the screen resolution. The most challenging part of designing responsive website is to decide on ‘how to display navigation menu’. In this blog, we shall discuss top 3 ways of showcasing navigation menu of a responsive website. The concept of Responsive Web Design, once a trend, is now the reality of design expression. This word from Ethan Marcotte…

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Remote Desktop Managers For Mac

Remote desktop managers are an important necessity for lots of people who need to manage their data like passwords and credentials remotely. It might seem too extraordinary, unnecessarily or even unbelievable. But for people who are familiar with IT, it makes a lot of sense. Now we’re all used to have systems administrators who are responsible for effective operation and maintenance of software and different infrastructures. And as the world is constantly developing remote desktop software is going to be…

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Google is using AI to predict flight delays before airlines

Few things are worse than waiting an hour to get through TSA for your red-eye, only to realize your flight has been delayed. Google is now using AI to give you a heads-up. Google Flights is rolling out more information on flight delays, including more information on why your departure was actually held back, and even predicting if a delay may happen before you hear anything from your airline. You just need to search your flight number or route and…

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American Photographer Bruce Gilden Documents The Wildlife Of The Russian Gangsters – Design You Trust

© Bruce Gilden/Magnum Photos American photographer Bruce Gilden spent 16 days among ordinary Russians in a small provincial town, 70 km from Yekaterinburg. According to Bruce, this area is populated by former criminals, drug addicts and “lost people.” “Dark Ages community” – describes he the provincial Russia. More info: Bruce Gilden, Facebook, Instagram © Bruce Gilden/Magnum Photos The most time he spent was with a 32-year-old Sergey, nicknamed “Kaban” – a criminal, just released from prison. © Bruce Gilden/Magnum Photos…

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The Power of Serverless

It’s kind of a phenomenon. Let’s get one thing out of the way: it still involves servers, so that word serverless might feel a bit disingenuous. It’s actually a new way to pay for and work with servers that, in many cases, is cheaper and easier than buying and managing your own servers. Web developers of all kinds can take advantage of it, but this site is particularly interested in how it relates to and helps front-end web developers. Here’s…

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Jigsaw

Bodies are turning up around the city, each having met a uniquely gruesome demise. As the investigation proceeds, evidence points to one man: John Kramer. But how can this be? The man known as Jigsaw has been dead for over a decade. source

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Web-design tweak may end BRS opt-in confusion

A soldier’s email to Military Times pointed out concerns that the layout of the myPay website was causing confusion, based on emails circulating around his command. But it’s not possible to accidentally make a decision about the BRS with one click, said Andrew Corso, the Defense Department’s project lead for blended retirement. He outlined the multiple steps required for a service member to opt into the BRS. Source link

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Nike & Vans: Reshaping Custom Apparel

It’s clear to see that customized products are having a moment in today’s retail industry. Wherever you turn, it seems retailers are clamoring for opportunities to give their customers a hand in personalizing their purchases. For example, Monogramming is an add-on service that’s being increasingly offered by retailers like J. Crew, Madewell, Cuyana and West Elm. Ray-Ban offers the customization of their shades through customers selecting from dozens of color combinations and personalized engraving options. Other retail disruptors like Indochino,…

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