Search and Destroy: All Black Men Must Die

Living in absolute fear of the police and my neighbors as a black man Photo by Mike Von on Unsplash Some people say we’ve got a lot of maliceSome say it’s a lot of nerveBut I say we won’t quit moving until we get what we deserveWe have been ‘buked and we have been scornedWe’ve been treated bad, talked about as sure as you’re bornBut just as sure as it takes two eyes to make a pair, haBrother…

Life After CoVid-19

Keep socially distancing and washing your hands. We’ll come stronger out of this. I touched death and I’m very lucky to be alive. What I’m now looking forward to is appreciating nature. You realize material things don’t matter. When I get outside I want to breathe the air, look at birds and enjoy the natural beauty of the world.A coronavirus survivor’s story: ‘I touched death’, originally published by the BBC Maybe life is more than…

The Latest in Software Testing

The software testing industry has seen dramatic expansion since 2010 when ever more complex software architectures and TDD grew into both a big problem and a big solution. We had Agile since the 90s but the industry required a new development focus given the exponentially increasing complexity of web applications – enter test-driven development. Rapid changes in technologies, platforms, and devices pressure software development teams to develop, test, integrate, and deliver faster and more frequently.…

Double Your Traffic Using Multilingual Opportunities – Full AMA Transcript

  JOIN US TODAY for our #AMA w/ @jordhy—"Double Your #Traffic Using #Multilingual Opportunities"https://t.co/A4yAy6VUaC#language #business pic.twitter.com/Xcgnznf9uD — CreativeTribes.co (@CTribesCo) March 2, 2017 Posted in #tribebuildingYesterday at 4:18 AM This is the full transcript of Jordhy Ledesma’s AMA at #CreativeTribes on March 2.   “Double Your Traffic Using Multilingual Opportunities” with Jordhy Ledesma (@jordhy) | March 2 at 10 am Eastern Created by Mufidah Kassalias yesterday Sean M. Madden [4:29 AM] Sean M. Madden *Join us…

Insight

Crafting great web destinations is not about technique. It’s not even about technology. You can have the best team, fast servers and amazing VCs behind you. But those things, although important, don’t matter as much as the golden key: insight. Insight gives you an invitation to explore the customer’s mind. It lets you know what they want. Hence, you can engage in customer driven development. It’s like a compass for your journey. Here’s why insight…

Full Stack Web Development at ASA College

I’ve partnered with ASA College to deliver a powerful educational experience and create a cohort of modern full-stack web developer for the needs of today’s fast-paced business environment.  The curriculum has been freshly developed to include an assortment of the most widely used web development technologies. We’ve also allocated several computer labs and schedules to accommodate practical, personalized and convenient learning.  If you’re in NYC, Brooklyn or Miami, please call 877-470-9638 or reserve your spot…

Innovation vs Invention

Innovation is the application of existing technology in new ways. In contrast, invention is the creation of new technology. While innovation is a constant in web development, we’ve seen a good deal of invention in the past decades. Here’s how you can put each one of these to work in your next web development project. Innovation By nature, innovation is incremental, interdisciplinary and healthy to the bottom line. It takes a village to raise a…

Your Keyboard as a Bottleneck

It surprises me how many new developers fail to internalize their main development computer as an integrated system. They think that a computer is simply a collection of parts and routinely forget considerations about ergonomics when purchasing new hardware. Many of these recent grads are coding complex web applications using a laptop keyboard that is probably worth less than ten dollars; their use of portrait screens, secondary monitors, specialized track pads and voice recognition software…

An Update on Web Assembly

Yesterday, I posted about the imminent release of Web Assembly in 2016. And guess what? Here it is! You can now test several experimental Web Assembly releases across browsers. See the quote below:   WebAssembly is an emerging standard whose goal is to define a safe, portable, size- and load-time efficient binary compiler target which offers near-native performance—a virtual CPU for the Web. WebAssembly is being developed in aW3C Community Group (CG) whose members include…

Web Assembly: A Tectonic Shift

Web Assembly is the next stop for bringing web sites closer to the speed and versatility of native apps. The new standard would provide an assembly layer of compiled code that can be executed as much as 20 times faster than JavaScript. Web Assembly is a W3C standard that will bring similar functionality as Java and .Net without the requiring any plugins.   WebAssembly, or wasm for short, is intended to be a portable bytecode…