Tag Archives: software development

Phyton Crawls Its Way Up

/ September 18, 2017

The computer language Phyton is becoming popular on Stack Overflow. This is based on the growing number of visits to website posts tagged “Python”. Stack Overflow is the largest online

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Begin With C

/ September 7, 2017

Let’s start from the very beginning. When we speak we we begin with A, B, C. But in computer programming, experts say that it’s better to begin with C. There

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Figma Looks Promising

/ August 25, 2017

Once in a while, a new tool comes up trying to make things in technology better. In a software or web development company, collaboration between designers, programmers, and content creators

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When a Software Dies…

/ August 23, 2017

Adobe announced late July that they will stop supporting Flash by the end of 2020. As we all know, Flash used to be a standard tool for web development. That

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The Vulnerable Software

/ August 18, 2017

With the recent hacking on HBO plus the WannaCry and NotPetya ransomware attacks a few weeks back, you couldn’t help but ask how vulnerable a software can be. In this

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Efficient Software Development

/ July 21, 2017

Software development takes time and numerous testing before coming up with a cohesive product. For a successful software transformation from development to deployment, it has to consider the following factors

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So You’ve Decided to Start Coding

/ July 6, 2017

There is a high demand for programmers in the industry. However, the supply is too low. With so many startups and apps around sprouting like mushrooms, the industry is looking

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4 Reasons Why Open Source Software

/ June 22, 2017

When we say open source software, it means that a programmer can alter it. Its design and source codes are available and accessible for revisions. Open source denotes open exchanges,

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Is There Such a Thing as Skills Gap?

/ April 27, 2017

Economic growth results in high demand for jobs. High demand for jobs means more recruitment. Yet, when hiring, most businesses consider skills as the key. And with that, there seems

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