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If we trace a path that starts with Gutenberg’s use of moveable type to Malcom McLean’s invention of the shipping container, we start to recognize a very interesting pattern: Each new layer of abstraction and standardization creates tremendous value out of the resulting increases in scale and efficiency. Today’s digital innovators can trace a similar historical path that starts with mainframe computers and monolithic applications and then, step-by-step, reveals software’s interchangeable parts until we arrive at today’s cloud-based era of microservices and continuous integration. Microservices is an approach to building software that shifts away from large monolithic applications toward small, loosely coupled and composable autonomous pieces. The benefit of this abstraction is specialization, which drives down costs to develop and drives up agility and quality — while operating much more resilient systems.

Watch thousands of live events & live stream your events FEATURED Spiritual Delmas, Port-au-Prince, Haiti Radio Tele Shalom 511 viewers Popular Live Events VIEW ALL on Radio Tele Shalom 12 Blogs That Can Expand Your Web Design Repertoire Web design, much like any technology related field, requires those who make their living in it to stay on top of it’s ever evolving nature. To maintain a high level of work, a web designer must always be looking for ways to expand his or her repertoire. This can involve learning new techniques, finding new software to increase productivity, or staying up to date on the latest design trends. All of this can take a lot of time and effort, but the web design community if full of generous people who offer up their knowledge for free in the form of a blog.

Graphic recording of a recent Shareable-hosted discussion on sharing cities. 2016 may be the year the sharing cities movement goes big. That is if a new, talent-packed team recently assembled by Shareable has anything to do with it. Mohamed Sallaoui - Sales Person - Tunisia hi dear i will hope to be one how looking for job any wehere in side or out side as sales reprentative in whole sales as on excellent company in tunisia which afforded me many fine expereinces for Transportation/Travel Information - Valid driver's licence - Own transportation Essential Skills - Computer use - Finding information - Job task planning and organizing - Critical thinking - Decision making - Problem solving - Working with others - Oral communication - Writing - Numeracy - Reading text Additional Skills - Data entry - Provide basic information to clients and the public Specific Skills - Answer, screen and forward telephone calls - Greet people and direct them to contacts or service areas - Perform clerical duties, such as filing and sorting and distributing mail - Record and relay information - Send invoices Business Equipment and Computer Applications - General office equipment

60 Awesome Search Engines for Serious Writers June 20th, 2010 Finding the information you need as a writer shouldn’t be a chore. Luckily, there are plenty of search engines out there that are designed to help you at any stage of the process, from coming up with great ideas to finding a publisher to get your work into print. Models, Architectures, Perspectives (MAPs) What You See Is Not What You Get Models are representations and as such they are necessarily set in perspective and marked out by concerns. Model, Perspective, Concern (R. Doisneau). Become a Programmer, Motherfucker If you don't know how to code, then you can learn even if you think you can't. Thousands of people have learned programming from these fine books: Learn Python The Hard Way Learn Ruby The Hard Way Learn Code The Hard Way

One of the signature challenges of large organizations today is the unique set of issues they face when trying to improve the way their workers interact, communicate, and collaborate together. The collaborative environment in a typical enterprise is complex: A dozen or more time zones, vast distances between offices, regional cultural differences, corporate politics, bureaucracy, and differing technology capabilities all make it very challenging to improve the status quo. Even though increasing the effectiveness of collaboration is an activity that is highly likely to provide significant gains to how a business operates, it’s typically a fraught process. 26 Sites That Pay You to Blog Writing paid post is perhaps the most straight forward ways to earn some revenue from blogging. The way pay post works hasn’t changed much; after reaching mutual agreement with advertisers, you write about them, they pay you. And if there is a 3rd party (middle man company) involve, they take cut. Most middle man company provides marketplace for advertisers to look for publishers, vice versa.

To craft a realistic digital strategy, you need a roadmap for how to get there. One that focuses on the six enabling levers that unlock the benefits of digital transformation. Six Enabling Levers Strategy: What are your objectives? When would you like to fulfill these goals? 65 Beautiful Fonts You Can Download For Free Freebie 65 Beautiful Fonts You Can Download For Free by Alex on Aug 9, 2012 • 9:43 am 11 Comments There are so many free fonts all around the web these days and sometimes it makes me think is their any really point purchasing fonts. Above Image: Honeycomb 2.0, click and access multiple sizes stored on Flickr, Please share widely, with attribution, non-commercially. The first version had six industries –now it’s twelve I’ll be releasing this graphic on stage tomorrow at LeWeb conference in Paris, on a session called 2015: The Year of the Crowd. Seven months ago, in May 2014, we published the first version of the Collaborative Economy Honeycomb, which is also embedded at the bottom of this post.

Windowsill Sprouting my way through the Winter. My orchids are dark speckled and bruised from the cold. The flowery Lantana shrubs are like coarse twine unraveled in a pile on the ground. The tall ornamental grasses, which I love for their swaying grace, stand in stiff bunches like little scarecrows scattered across the lawn. My herbs…oh, let’s not even go there (I think thyme and cilantro are barely holding on).

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