I have been working software developer and a Technical project manager at Focalworks for more than 10 years now. Over the years, I have realised the importance of accurate estimates. Accurate estimates are important for projects to be productive and profitable. It doesn't matter whether it's a fixed price project or a retainer model. Accurate estimates ensure that work is getting delivered on time.
Recently I was working on performance improvement on my blog post. During the Lighthouse scan I realized that I have made a silly mistake. In this article, I am going to talk you through some of the important changes that I made to my blog. And, how they had a significant impact on the performance of my blog.
Google is shifting how they index and rank content. Mobile based websites will be indexed instead of desktop because of a shift in trend of search as well. Are your ready for this change? See what are some things which you need to do to make your website mobile optimised and ready for being indexed.
In today’s fast changing market adoption to change is paramount. It doesn't matter how big a company or business is. If they are not quick to adapt to changes, then they can face disruption very soon. Microservice architecture allows companies to leverage rapid development.
Tailwind CSS framework just came out with a new version. It has a lot of few features which makes it a very strong tool for any developer. Let's look at some of those interesting new features. And, while doing that I will try to explain you how using Tailwind can really help you in your development workflow.
The image tag has been with us since the beginning of HTML. I am sure, stats can prove that it is one of the most used tag cross web. There is a famous saying that “A picture is worth a thousand word”. And the world wide web is full of images. However, not much was done to the image tag from what it was 10 years back right? According to Next JS, 50% of total bytes on the web is taken by Images only.
In search for a good framework in Node, I have been huting for quite some time now. Have worked with quite a few popular minimalistic frameworks, however I always felt I wanted something more from them. And, hence I was looking for something similar to Laravel - a framework that I love. And, then I found Adonis.
Some time back, I saw a Tweet which caught my attention – Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) version 2. Now, Microsoft has been investing a lot in open source recently and Visual Studio Code is one big example of that along with GitHub. And, when I looked at two keywords in one tweet “Windows” and “Linux”, it caught my attention. After reading about the new feature WSL 2, it forced me to try out Windows as my development machine. In this article, I will try to share my experience on trying out Microsoft Windows again after using Linux and Mac for almost 4 to 5 years now as my primary development machine.