It may not be the most popular stance, calling the Agile Development Methodology, SweatShop work, as it has slowly embedded itself into the corporate mainstream for at least the past 20 years now. It is depended upon to push out new web and app features, and bug fixes, as soon as every two weeks. Although, I have heard of some teams pushing code live as soon as it’s fixed.
Well first, lets take a look at the google definition of SweatShop:
“a factory or workshop, especially in the clothing industry, where manual workers are employed at very low wages for…
Developers and designers alike, have all felt the frustrations of styling with CSS at one time or another.
I am a full-stack developer with a passion for front-end development. I enjoy the finer points to pixel perfect layouts and I care about the user experience of my products.
I have many tools at my disposal for programming languages. From IDE’s (integrated development environments) like Visual Studio and Eclipse to editors such as Atom and Visual Studio Code.
At this point, I believe we could consider this argument an age old fight that has been being debated all over the internet for quite some time now. There are certainly strong opinions and strong evidence in each camp.
I am not here to debate the merits of particular frameworks, languages, platforms or anything of that nature as there are already lots of articles on the internet comparing all of the pros and cons between Native App development and Hybrid App development. I won’t waste your time here with my dribblings over which is better. …
I have been prompted time and again over the years from individuals asking where they should get started in learning to become a programmer.
The world of programming is full of many experienced individuals. Some with great opinions and some with questionable opinions. Let’s start with some facts here so you have an idea of who you are listening to.
I am a 50 year old, full stack developer in everything from mainframe to desktop and web to mobile. In more than 30 years of programming I have seen a lot of change. The evolution of centralized mainframe systems giving…
Web developers and UI/UX designers alike, are all too familiar with the trappings of CSS styling. There are lots of different development tools for back end programming and even some wysiwyg (what you see is what you get) editors, but there are few to none, real tools, dedicated to CSS. That has changed! UglyDawgTools has released a dedicated CSS tool for the Mac named, Vogue.
Vogue works in a similar fashion to a browser inspector in that you can show or hide properties and add or delete properties. …
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