Software engineering is one field where experiences can vary. Some relish programming while others can find it frustrating. Building software can stress anyone out, no doubt about that.
In order to avoid that, here’s a list of honest slogans depicting some of the popular programming languages — with no intention of offending anyone. Humor helps build connections and I hope some of these would make you chuckle.
We’re getting old and were always verbose. But pay us and we’ll give you long term support.
I might be the oldest, but you still have to allocate me space. …
When Apple’s WWDC 2020 digital-only Keynote event kickstarted, all eyes were on the new mac OS Big Sur and the ambitious Apple Silicon chips.
But, from the perspective of advertisement agencies, it was the new iOS 14 privacy-based features that sent shockwaves in their industry and became the major talking point.
For the uninitiated, a lot of apps today use an Advertising identifier (IDFA). It allows developers and marketers to track activity for advertising purposes.
Plenty of marketing agencies backed by Google and Facebook run campaigns to record purchases, usage time, user actions, and subsequently serve personalized ads.
Over 100K apps on the App Store today have the Facebook or Google SDK integrated which tracks and sends your data to the tech giants and third party brokers. …
Apple and Google are the two leaders of the smartphone marketplace and besides the few similarities, both of them share differing views on design. Their design principles are adopted by designers and developers all over the world, especially for Android and iOS.
While there are plenty of in-depth articles on the contrasting philosophies between the two ecosystems, I decided to boil it down to short lines.
According to us, users should interact with content as if they’re holding it in their hands. Material design is the name of our design concept.
We believe in making minimalistic user interfaces that are consistent, intuitive, and approachable. …