Posts Tagged ‘programming’

How to Bridge the Gap between Web Designers and Developers

Wednesday, April 8th, 2015


The workflow between web designers and web developers can get quite difficult sometimes. Usually, the designers and developers are left to work things out by themselves. But there should be ways to bridge the gap between web designers and web developers so design and development work are consistently being done better and more efficiently. The most common two questions to answer – what is going wrong between these two jobs and how is it possible to avoid these things from in the future.


Why More People Study Web Dev

Monday, March 23rd, 2015


Not so far ago the definition of ‘computer literacy’ meant the knowledge and the ability to work with PC software, like Word, Excel, PowerPoint and so on. But our world, especially the tech part, is changing so quickly that nowadays more and more specialists are saying that programming and coding are becoming an extremely important skill for a wide range of people to have. So why are more people choosing to study additional topics of web design and web dev?


Programming Languages Popularity among Ukrainian Developers

Friday, March 6th, 2015


Every year, one of the most popular Ukrainian sites for IT specialists - - ask developers about their experience and preferences of using coding languages for work and personal projects. If you believe in collective wisdom, then such a rating can help you to decide which language to study, or which one to use in a new software project. So do you want to find out which language was the most popular among Ukrainian developers last year? Then check our blog post with lots of the details.


Tips for Writing Better Code

Wednesday, March 4th, 2015


Every developer wants to become better at writing code and to improve his overall code quality. Everyone wants code to be clean and pragmatic. Code readability is a universal subject in the world of computing and programming. Good code is effortlessly readable. But this doesn’t happen on its own. In the blog post below we’ve collected some useful tips of some common practices to become better at writing code.


Intel Predictions on Main IT Trends

Monday, March 2nd, 2015


Intel has shared its vision of the main IT trends that will dominate the near future. According to Intel’s executives, the main trends are going to be – wearable smart devices, IoT (The Internet of Things), big data analytics in healthcare, and smart cities. All these trends present a huge opportunity for computing and programming. If all is of interest and makes sense to you, then check our blog post with more details below.


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