I often take some things for granted as a developer and one of those things is software frameworks. I am able to complete very complex websites and apps, even working alone, all because of the frameworks I use to achieve what would be an otherwise difficult task.
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If you own any kind of smart device such as a mobile phone or a computer, then you are familiar with updates. Every once in a while you will receive a prompt letting you know that a new update is available for your device.
Whilst you are busy twiddling your thumbs over your mobile phone or typing away at your keyboard, you are likely using one or other “free” online service. But have you ever stopped to consider how or why the service is free?
Imagine building a product or service that no one wants. A lot of time and resources would have been spent in building that product or service. After all, there are no guarantees that something you build will attract the desired customer following.
Have you ever gotten the creepy feeling that websites on the Internet are following you around? You are not being paranoid, they are doing this all the time even if some websites do it to a lesser extent than others.
When it comes to websites, there are two buzz-words that float around more than any others and these are web design and web designer. This being the case, it is easy to think that these are the only major terms and role involved in the building of websites.
I recently made the decision to go into mobile app development. Once you make such a decision, there are inevitable consequences. In software development, as in everything else, there is more than one way to do everything.
Things are always changing. We get born, go through life and die. Through life’s journey, we experience changes in the world, some of which revolutionize our lives. Naturally when we experience the new, we tend to assume that it is time to do away with the old.
Through the years as a web developer, I have discovered that if you are not learning, then you are not growing. This is not only true for developers but any field of endeavor you might involve yourself in.
My love affair with Linux is several years older than 10 but it has been for the past 10 years that I have used Linux as my operating system of choice almost exclusively. I say almost exclusively because there are rare occasions when I might have to revert to Windows to get something done.