Developer | WebProNews | Page 2 Facebook Introduces Bolts To Ease Mobile Development By Zach Walton · January 30, 2014 · 1 Comment Mobile development is made so much easier when you have an SDK to work from. Facebook’s mobile SDKs for iOS and Android are some of the best in the biz, and now the social network is making parts of it … HTML5 Devs Can Now Sell Their Apps On The Amazon Appstore By Zach Walton · January 28, 2014 HTML5 is the future, or so says open Web proponents. Facebook Awards Biggest Bug Bounty Payout Yet By Chris Crum · January 24, 2014 Back in 2011, Facebook launched its bug bounty program, in which it would pay users disclosing security bugs that have previously gone undiscovered. Amazon Redshift Gets Faster Data Nodes By Zach Walton · January 24, 2014 Early last year, Amazon Web Services made Redshift available to the world. Facebook Updates App Insights To Be Cleaner, More Reliable By Zach Walton · January 23, 2014 Use Of C Programming Languages May Be On The Decline By Zach Walton · January 23, 2014
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Inspired Art: Red and Blue Illustrations I have really be drawn to illustrations and the like lately, I thought this collection of red and blue designs looked smashing together. I am a little surprised at how many amazing portraits there were, I seriously had to refrain from posting more. But, you can find more blue and red illustration art here. They woulld look beautiful all framed together in tawdry, chipped up dark wood thrift store frames all gallery like. David Plunkert Online BLS CPR Certification & Online BLS Renewal - BLS CPR Training KA_LEN_DIAR 2012 | Originální, ručně vyráběné diáře | LEN M. María Hergueta Free video lectures,Free Animations, Free Lecture Notes, Free Online Tests, Free Lecture Presentations Jude Landry Jude Landry, the Mississippi-based designer and educator, has a nice collection of work. Rather than a specific style often repeated, Jude’s work feels more conceptually driven. The thoughtfulness and detail is evident in each project. At the core, though, it’s very approachable and readable. Also worth viewing:Ross GunterPhilographicsLufthansa + Graphic Design