When we first started, it was a team of former freelancer friends who decided it was more fun and productive to ride out together in some sort of an organization. The first couple years were party-work-party. It’s safe to say, our teambuilding skills were as sharp as anybody’s. The projects we did were mostly stress-free and fun. Those were the perks of running a small grassroots business that our founder established in a datsusara* fashion.
OWASP Zed Attack Proxy (ZAP) is an integrated and easy to use tool for penetration testing and vulnerability detection in web applications. It was made for the people with different experiences in security which makes it perfect for developers and functional testers who are new to penetration testing. However, this solution won’t be useless even for the seasoned pentesters, it’ll definitely find its place in their toolkits.
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Outsourced development has long become a reality. You can easily find an employee in any part of the world. In the IT industry, this is emphasized to its fullest extent. The margin of technical skills and knowledge developers are capable of acquiring depends solely on the effort they put in.
At some point, a successful business comes to the grips with the fact that its online presence requires some solid reinvention. This can be done on so many levels and in such a wide variety of ways, it often becomes catatonic. Getting off the ground at this point is almost impossible without some proper guidance and professional help.
With the introduction of iOS 11, the AVFoundation framework underwent some changes and was extended with new functionality. So for better understanding and the ability to leverage the framework capabilities, here’s the rendition and comments to advances in AVFoundation Playback benchmarks firstly introduced at last year’s Apple WWDC.
Getting a website today is easy. Like buying one in Walmart. You might even get a good one. However, your online presence is way more important in constructing your reputation, than good karma and positive feedback you get in DMs.
It has become an undebatable matter that responsive web is the way to go. In other words, it’s not about whether you should do it, it’s about how you do it. Since the responsive design boom in 2011 and the application hysteria that followed, we at Shakuro have been keen on creating outstanding UX with as much device variability as possible. Let’s take a look at how the responsive design affects the UX of large-scale web applications.
Augmented reality (AR) is the environment with direct or indirect digital data amplification to the physical world in real time, done with the help of computers, tablets, smartphones, and wearables, powered by the specific software.
An average user will have spent three years with their thumb on the glass screen of a smartphone by the end of their life. IT folks like us would have double that record, I believe.