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3 Blogging Tips for Baby Brands

The baby products market is consistently growing . If you’re considering starting a company, you may want to start one that sells baby and parenting products. However, when doing so, you must understand that you’ll be entering a fairly competitive market. You need to promote your brand aggressively to ensure people know about it. A blog can help. A blog is a low-cost marketing tool that allows you to grow your customer base by sharing valuable content with your audience. To successfu...
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An Exploration in Rust: Musings From a Java/C++ Developer

Why Rust? It’s fast (runtime performance)It’s small (binary size)It’s safe (no memory leaks)It’s modern (build system, language features, etc) When Is It Worth It? Embedded systems (where it is implied that interpreted languages are unsuitable)Safety-critical / security systemsAnywhere that runtime performance is a significant measure in the overall cost of the application What Else Do I Know About Rust? The Development Tools Are a Joy I know a thing or two about the mod...
Tags: Python, Blog, Java, Performance, eLearning, Rust, Cargo, Modernization, C/c, Rustup


Getting Started with CSS Container Queries

For as long as I’ve been working full-time on the front-end, I’ve heard about the promise of container queries and their potential to solve the majority of our responsive web design needs. And, for as long as I’ve been working on the front-end, there has been a running joke that we’d never actually get them coupled with a fair amount of anguish over their absence from our front-end toolbox. All that is starting to change. Seemingly out of nowhere, a draft spec for container queries became ava...
Tags: Google, Blog, Css, Github, Canary, eLearning, Layout, Front-end, Miriam Suzanne, DodgerBlue


Why You Should Definitely Try Gardening Today – The Many Benefits It Provides

If you are at all like me, you wonder to yourself “why should I try to garden?” The simple answer is a lot of us like the outdoors and would love to spend a little bit of time in it. The benefits of being close to nature are endless, no matter what your reason for wanting to garden. There are plenty of books out there explaining why should you try gardening. I have read a few of them and found them most interesting. You will learn that gardening can be therapeutic, that growing your own vegetabl...
Tags: Marketing, Blog


7 types of content you should be publishing on your business’s blog

If you’re running a business in 2021, you need to focus on content marketing . This is the process of publishing helpful and relevant content on your blog in order to boost your SEO , drive more traffic to your website, and help promote your products without having to push a hard sale. In this article, we’re going to outline seven different types of content that you should publish on your blog.  Let’s get started. Expert content that shows you know your field  Expert content can h...
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Steamy Kitchen Update

I am feeling in the zone and at peace today after a great weekend! One of my highlights of this weekend was .. RAIN!   When I was sleeping over the weekend and in and out of dream land, I could hear the gentle roar of thunder outside. At first I thought it was a very lucid dream I was having.   When I crawled out of bed and looked outside, I realized…it was not a dream! And there was a fresh morning rain to wake up to outside.   As I’ve shared a lot this summer, it has been so dang h...
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Simple improvements to making decisions in teams

Software development teams need to make a lot of decisions. Functional requirements, non-functional requirements, user experience, API contracts, tech stack, architecture, database schemas, cloud providers, deployment strategy, test strategy, security, and the list goes on. We spend a significant amount of time on these decisions. It’s critical that we do it well. There’s no one right way to make decisions. This is not a step by step guide to how to do that. These are simple and pragmatic tips t...
Tags: Decision Making, Blog, Collaboration, Bob, eLearning, UML, Seymour Cray, Uncle Bob, Martin Hertz


10 Principles of Successful Blog Layouts

When asked what separates a good blog from a great blog, the first thing we think about is the quality of the content.  After all, we live in an age where content is king. The success of a blog depends on the message, right? As long as we’re making solid points and writing like we have […]
Tags: Blog, Content Marketing, Branding


JavaScript Bundle Optimization – Polyfills

If you are lucky enough to only support a small subset of browsers (for example, you are targeting a controlled set of users), feel free to move along. However, if your website is open to the broader internet, you are likely dealing with polyfills in an attempt to support as many different browsers and devices as you can afford. While polyfills can help in making our websites more accessible, the polyfills included and, more importantly, how you include them can have a measurable effect on first...
Tags: Blog, Optimization, Css, Javascript, eLearning, Internet Explorer, Babel, Express, WebPack, Polyfill, Philip Walton, Mozilla Developer Network Web Docs, Web-and-mobile, Ie11, Houssein Djirdeh


Introducing the GigaOm Sonar Report

I love working for Gigaom because we don’t settle. Ever. The Gigaom Key Criteria and Radar reports have gotten a lot of attention lately, because they focus on technology, execution, and roadmaps, instead of vendor revenue and market share. It’s an approach that is really appreciated by decision makers and our subscribers. GigaOm subscribers know that we produce a lot of different types of reports. These include use case analysis reports, benchmarks, TCO reports, and more, but I thought we neede...
Tags: Blog, Seo, Gigaom, TCO, GigaOm Radar, GigaOm Key Criteria and Radar, Key Criteria and Radar, GigaOm Sonar, GigaOm Radar Sonar


Creating Mocks For Unit Testing in Go

Unit testing is an important part of any project, and Go built its framework with a testing package; making unit testing part of the language. This testing framework is good for most scenarios, but you need to put in a little extra effort to make it really work for your unit tests.  What do I mean with this? Simply put, most projects have packages that call other packages, and we want to isolate the testing to the unit of work. We do not want to worry about the implementation of dependent pac...
Tags: Blog, Dynamo, eLearning, Go, Mocking, Mongo, Upsert, Unit testing, Stretchr


How Do I Reheat Garlic Bread?

The best method to reheat garlic bread, is using an air fryer, preheat your air fryer to 350°F, Slice your garlic bread up into small pieces, place all pieces of the bread in the basket of your air fryer, do not let them overlap, let them heat up in the air fryer for 2-3 minutes, check the temperature to see if your garlic bread has reached the desired warmth. The different ways to reheat garlic bread There are a few ways to reheat garlic bread, since we have discussed reheating garlic b...
Tags: Books, Blog, Rebecca Tanner


Resetting Database Between Spring Integration Tests

When tasked with having to write an integration test or a Spring Webflux test that uses a database, it can be cumbersome to have to reset the database between each test by using @DirtiesContext. Using @DirtiesContext slows down your build significantly since everything, including beans, needs to be reloaded between tests. This post will explain how you can reset the database between tests. I created a sample Spring Boot project if you’d like to check out a working simple example. The main is...
Tags: Blog, Spring, eLearning, Lombok, Integration Testing, Modern API


The Importance of Employing Bat Removal Services for Long-Term Bat Removal

If you’re looking for ways to get rid of bats without killing them, then you’ve come to the right spot. I don’t know what it is about bats that bother people the most, but they’re probably not the right animal for someone like you. If you really want to know how to get rid of bats without killing them, then this article is just for you. Bat Removal Omaha is a call away and will surely help eliminate the presence of bats. If you’re looking for ways to get rid of bats without killing them, then yo...
Tags: Marketing, Blog, Omaha, Epa


Optimize Your Business Website and Attract More Customers with the Help of SEO

Optimizing a website with SEO is not only the key to get your online business popular but also it is the way to secure a good position in search engines. You need to learn about optimization techniques for your websites to perform better in SERP. It is better to use Magento Best Ecommerce Software for your optimization. The platform is very flexible, which is the major advantage of using this platform. Here I am describing some of the steps that must be followed for optimizing a website with SEO...
Tags: Google, Marketing, Blog, Seo, Magento, Google Yahoo Bing, MarketixDigital


Why Cloud Observability Now?

The term Observability might come as a conundrum for anyone who has been involved in IT Operations over the years, given how a major part of the challenge has always been to keep “single pane of glass” visibility on what can be a complex IT estate. Moving to the cloud also requires visibility, across the virtualized infrastructure and services in use — this is to be expected. Less evident at the outset is how cloud-based architectures change the nature of what needs to be managed: cloud-based a...
Tags: Blog, Seo, Infrastructure, MTTR, Cloud &


Right Ways to Add a Beautiful Kilt to Your Overall Look and Fashion

When learning how to wear a kilt, it is important that you get acquainted with its history. This type of clothing first originated as an item worn by Scottish soldiers during the 17th Century. The kilt was used for protection against the cold and rain during the time period. The kilt’s main purpose was to provide extra protection for the soldiers while walking in difficult terrain. Now, you have learned how to wear a kilt, so how should you wear it around the waist? Wear your kilt around your wa...
Tags: Marketing, Blog, Kilts


Start-Up Business Online – Newcomer Tips and Tricks to Always Remember

If you are a newbie who wants to try your hands on the Internet, you probably want to know about some of the ways to start up businesses online. In order for you to become successful in your endeavor, you have to get the right knowledge about this mode of online moneymaking. There are lots of helpful resources that are available on the Internet which you can take advantage of. You just have to be resourceful and smart enough to make the most out of these. Some helpful tips are as follows: Find a...
Tags: Marketing, Blog, Better Business Bureau


Chiropractic Care – Fundamentals to Always Keep in Mind

Chiropractic care is the name given to alternative medicine that is focused on the diagnosis and treatment of different mechanical disorders of the skeletal system, most prominent on the spine. The term was first used by Joseph G. Siegel, MD, who advocated the benefits of chiropractic care for his patients suffering from headaches, back pain, neck pain, and a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Today chiropractic has grown into a powerful profession that serves a wide variety of patients with...
Tags: Marketing, Blog, Sioux City, ACAA, Joseph G Siegel, American Chiropractic Athletic Association, National Certification Board


Amazon SES Postfix Relay Docker Image

A common pattern for sending emails is to use a local Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) like Sendmail and/or Postfix on each server, then applications have applications use their respective SMTP libraries to send mail. In our case, we want to use AWS SES as a delivery agent. This helps us collect statistics, manage delivery and bounce notifications, and manage our reputation score. For this use case, Amazon provides a configuration for Postfix so that it can act as a relay to their Simple Email Service ...
Tags: Amazon, Blog, Ses, Aws, eLearning, Kubernetes, Postfix, Iam, Sendmail, SMTP, Modernization


Struggle With Dog Training? BarxBuddy Might Just Save The Day

Most people refer to dogs as a man’s best friend, however, this does not deny the fact that they are animals that must be trained before they can qualify to live among humans. Failure to properly train your dog may lead to a high fatality on the part of its human family. Therefore, it is very much important to train your dog properly and tame it to become domestic. On the other part, training your dog might not be so easy and may lead to some struggles on both parts – the dog and the human. How...
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So You’re Looking to Drop IE11 Support

When it comes to developing modern web applications, Internet Explorer has long been a thorn to developers. Countless hours have been spent over the last decade within larger corporations discussing whether Internet Explorer n support can be finally dropped. If like me, you have been in these meetings and are always on the lookout for that next tidbit of info that might push the discussion to completion, this post is for you. First and foremost – as you’ve likely heard, last month Microso...
Tags: Microsoft, Office, Wordpress, Blog, eLearning, Internet Explorer, Angular, VueJS, Web-and-mobile, Ie11


Steamy Kitchen Update

On the weekend we celebrated Summer Solstice and the longest day of the year! Summer is officially in full swing! What are your plans for this summer? It looks like this is part of Reilly’s summer plan – full relax mode! As summertime can be full of plans and summer activities, it can be easy to get busy! Here are some quick reminders for you to stay healthy and relaxed this summer: 1. Be Present: With kids and grandkids out of school, to-do’s, BBQ’s, summer activities and it is easy to lose ...
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Summer Enrollment of the Strenuous Life Is Now Open!

“Wealth, notoriety, place and power are no measure of success whatever,” H.G. Wells said. “The only true measure of success is the ratio between what we might have been and what we might have done, on the one hand, and the thing we have made, and the thing we have made of ourselves, on the other.”  In other words, success = fulfilling your potential; failure = not.  If you’re looking for a catalyst towards making your life a success, and want to become all you can in body, mind, and spirit, th...
Tags: Life, Blog, TSL, G Wells, Strenuous Life Challenge, Matt M Class, Brian W Class, Sam B Class


Must-Read Insights on Metal Crafting Services for Business Manufacturers

If you want to start working as a metalworker, the first step you should do is to look for a suitable metal crafting service. Choosing the correct metalworking company that can provide you with the best services and can guarantee their work is done right is an important job. You can ask your family and friends about their experiences or read some articles online to get some ideas. After finding out who to work with contact them to learn more information and find out what the cost would be. Befor...
Tags: Marketing, Blog, Metal Crafting Services for Business Manufacturers, Glenn Metalcraft


AWS Python Lambda: Not Quite So Simple?

Python + AWS Lambda…simple, quick, effective code delivered at the click of an upload button? Not always. Python lets you write complex solutions quickly using English-like syntax and AWS Lambda lets you edit in a browser-based editor within the AWS Console (or upload a .zip file of your code with the click of a button); so when is it not that quick and easy and how can you avoid the headaches? Where the Python/Lambda relationship starts to degrade a bit is around dependency packages. Pack...
Tags: Python, Blog, eLearning, AWS Lambda, Python Standard Library


Poised for Growth: GigaOm CEO on What Tech is Next

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are redefining the enterprise IT landscape, as across verticals see the potential for AI and ML to automate repetitive tasks and solve complex problems. But just how far does the potential of AI/ML reach? GigaOm co-founder and CEO Ben Book recently appeared on an episode of the 7investing podcast with 7investing Founder and CEO Simon Erickson to discuss technology trends. He says most enterprises know that AI and ML will impact their busines...
Tags: Technology, Blog, Seo, TCO, DBA, Simon Erickson, Ben Book, Google Twitter Uber Facebook


Changing Outlook for High-Performance Object Storage

High-performance object storage is a data storage architecture designed for handling large amounts of unstructured data. It has historically been known for its ability to store these massive amounts of information as objects, rather than files. But use cases have broadened in recent years as more organizations produce large amounts of data and want the ability to organize, manage, and search it. “High-performance object storage is common in two scenarios,” says GigaOm analyst Enrico Signoretti. ...
Tags: Blog, Seo, Gigaom, TCO, Enrico Signoretti, Object Storage, Signoretti


Can you see what I’m saying?

Today’s blog post introduces you to Alexandra Cartier, the founder and CEO of Vü. Vü is looking to bridge the gap between those who can and cannot hear. Members of the Deaf or Hard of Hearing community (DHH) experience lower rates of graduation and higher rates of unemployment or underemployment. However, Cartier and her company, […] The post Can you see what I’m saying? appeared first on Vincent LoTempio | Registered Patent Attorney, Trademark, and Copyright | 1-800-866-0039.
Tags: Blog, Innovation, Cartier, Vincent LoTempio, Alexandra Cartier


Why You Should Make Sure to Double Check with a Certified Real Estate Agent

Why you might ask, would anyone want to talk to a real estate agent about buying or selling a home? Simply put, agents work for the sellers of homes, and they are paid based on the number of sales that they make. Selling houses is not a job for everyone, nor is it even easy. Many agents work just part-time for their current clients. Others have other jobs and family obligations that interfere with their ability to get into the market as quickly as possible. So why would someone want to talk to a...
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