According to SonyAlphaRumors, Sony is preparing to announce another addition to its line-up of professional lens mounts for smartphones. This time, however, the new mount allows you to switch out between the lenses offered on their E-Mount line. “These are the first pictures of the ILCE-QX1 E-mount camera. The third QX camera after the QX10 [...]
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Louis CK did a bit on Jimmy Kimmel Live, once, where he spoke about Cloud services, and just how absurd it sounds to pay someone you don’t know to look after your personal pictures. That video’s been getting reposted pretty frequently since what happened over the weekend, and it’s no wonder why. For those who [...]
It’s Tuesday which means that the Treehouse Show is back! In episode 106 of The Treehouse Show, Nick (@nickrp) and Jason (@jseifer) talk about Responsive logos, development documentation, responsive images, and more. For a free month’s trial, Join Jason and …Continue reading →
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Now this is impressive! Martin Tomsky, an artist from United Kingdom, comes up with really splendid wood cutout sculptures, cut with lasers! His pieces are really mind-blowing, detail-rich, and some of his characters seem to be inspired by Adventure Time. There's literally no reason why not to love these. For more of Martin's fantastic work, please visit his portfolio at DeviantART! He's got plenty more pieces there for you to see. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did. Cheers! ;) Common R
Centering things in CSS is the poster child of CSS complaining. Why does it have to be so hard? They jeer. I think the issue isn't that it's difficult to do, but in that they are so many different ways of doing it depending on the situation that it's hard to know which to reach for.
I think I feel a bit of a rant coming on. First a little background. Something you should know about me. One of the many reasons I decided to leave the practice of law almost ten years ago was the constant adversarial nature of the beast. I thrived on it in the courtroom, but the [...]
Today, with interesting and exotic front-end visual effects such as parallax scrolling, 3D models, and ambient video, the average website visitor is treated to progressively enticing UX. Another visually rapturous innovation that will soon be making big waves in the world of web design is the advent of CSS Shapes.
Here we are showcasing 10 database management tools for developers for easy management of their database which is the most crucial and essential part of any dynamic web application and software. Though, managing database is not easy at all and for that purpose, there are many tools available on internet.
Should you do your own essay proofreading or should you allow a proofreading service to do it for you? There are numerous factors to consider when you think of proofreading and the ethics behind it. There are proofreading and editing services that are happy to do it for you, and there are plenty of friends and relatives nearby that may also take a stab at what you are working on and improve it. Here are some of your questions answered when it comes to ethics and proofreading. If I did not proofr
Entrepreneurs build many of the things you use and love today. Think about it. Someone had to come up with an idea and then make the effort to build it up. Someone had to believe in that idea and fork over the money to make it reality. And when you ... Continue reading »
A great trick for a successful business conversation is talking 20% of the time and listening the other 80% of the time. Everyone likes to talk about themselves and we all appreciate a good listener who genuinely seems interested in what we are telling him and doesn’t just nod out of politeness, without following us. […]
(b) To avoid getting my work-in-progress mixed up with other topics (from colleagues or myself), I’d work on a feature in my separate space. I would create a copy of the project folder that I could work with quietly—and only commit my feature once it was complete. But committing my changes only at the end produced a single, giant, bloated commit that contained all the changes. Neither my teammates nor I could understand what exactly had happened in this commit when looking at it late
The ticketing system is where you’ll track the discussion about the changes that need to be made after reviewing the proposed work. From the ticketing system, you’ll determine which branch contains the proposed code. Let’s pretend the ticket we’re reviewing today is 61524—it was created to fix a broken link in our website. It could just as equally be a refactoring, or a new feature, but I’ve chosen a bug fix for the example. No matter what the nature of the pr