Recent changes in the web space, and behavior from Google is not only getting on my nerves, but may be ultimately really bad for the web in the long term.
Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'I Don't Think a Four-Year Degree is Necessary to Be Proficient at Coding'
As a professional working with Web and Cloud, I have a good array of resources which I would like to be able to use as a individual hobbyist. After creating a super solution for a customer, I start thinking; it would be sweet if I could do this for my hobby projects.
Some not so far in past one was able to use a single jabber based client to access most of them common IM services, i.e. gTalk, MSN (unofficially), ICQ, AOL, Facebook, etc.
Today as a developer, you have to be able to trust on the tools you use. In my case I use Visual Studio extensively. We have no more and more projects that are using Git as the version control. With the introduction of Git, we decided to change our workflow for development and management of the new projects.
Get razor view compilation errors in "Errors List".
I usually have templates of different OS laying around as quick sandboxes. All I need to do is create a linked clone, and in under 5 min I have a new Sandbox ready to be hacked.
If you have tried out the preview of Windows 10, then you might have noticed that, it was Windows Nt 6.4. But as some news has surfaced; that, in the new version of Windows, Microsoft is going to raise the version of Windows NT from 6.3 all the way to 10 in the final build.
Lately I have not kept up with the news, lets say for last year or so. For some reason I clicked on About tab of Chocolatey on the site, usually I just search for the package, and leave it at that. On that page I read that Microsoft is going to implement an Package System (similar to apt-get for Ubuntu and yum for Red Hat), compatible with Chocolatey.
Is it only me, or does it seems that Spotify is not serious about its app on Android. I have a Spotify Premium subscription and i use it on two different Android devices.
We are on the edge of Internet Explorer 11, but there are still some organizations who still insists on using Internet Explorer 8. And it is us web developers who really suffers, because they don't upgrade to a newer browser.
Lately I have been reading/hearing a lot about accessibility. And on some level I do agree with some, a new site toady should at least have WCAG 2.0 AA validation. But in today's world, the design wins over needs of the minority!