Today we’re breaking down the three pillars of a strong developer-driven culture. You can have the smartest developers in the world, and they’re going to produce mediocre work if they’re mired in a bad development culture. CEOs all over the world have tried to remedy this by installing foosball tables and beer taps, but it goes a lot deeper than that...
W3’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are one of the most important guides to creating accessible websites, but they can often be a bit opaque. Today we’re taking a look at them in plain English, so you can spend less time reading, and more time making great websites.
Fake reviews have become the scourge of honest eCommerce, but fortunately there are ways to identify patterns in such reviews and differentiate them from the other genuine reviews. While big players like Amazon have long been hesitant to take necessary action, there are other platforms that have rushed to clear things up.
In the last decade, development has become a lucrative and popular career. Whether it's formal education, online courses or being completely self taught, those who are interested in programming have ample opportunity to become a developer and there is certainly no shortage of work for them.
Most people are unaware that there's more browsers to pick from other than Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox or Microsoft Edge. Even within that list, Google Chrome and Safari are the big two; Firefox and Microsoft Edge are less popular, but are still doing fine.
The future of PHP has been in contention for years, leaving many wondering about how the web development industry will progress. This article serves to provide clarity about the reality of PHP and help us understand a present and future that serves others the most.
In modern business and life there's hardly a moment where the internet is not begging for our attention! No matter how hectic things get, it's important we all set time aside to completely unplug.
What if I told you there was a secret equation that was in the very earliest computers, that remains a core part of Google's algorithm? What if I then told you that it could let you choose and deploy keywords with incredible precision that your competitors won't be able to match?