The ongoing global pandemic has turned the couches, kitchen tables, and, sometimes, the beds of the world into the office space of the future. Remote work appears to be the topic of the year, although it’s far from a new phenomenon.
“Just One More Change” And Other Client Requests: Comic Artist Nadine Redlich Takes On The Dreaded Change Request
We’ve all heard it. Perhaps you’ve even said it. It’s a dreaded phrase passed down through the ages from client to freelancer. And it just won’t seem to go away. Every time a client, art director or micromanaging boss requests ‘just one more change,’ an adobe program crashes, or so we’ve heard.
Curious about what music genre your favorite coding language would be? We were too, so we decided to take some educated guesses. Don't @ us PHP and country fans.
There is an old adage that no idea is a bad idea. This is, of course, ridiculous. Just look at the startups world: from the $400 device that squeezes juice from a juice pack to 95% of blockchain related companies, bad ideas are abundant and frequently well funded. We wanted in on the bad startup ideas scene, that's why we created 10 startups of our own.
Things aren't always as they appear when you're working from home...
Some people look at the alignment of planets and stars to reveal truths about their innermost being, but why bother with that when you can just pop open GitHub and learn about yourself from your favorite programming language.
From the early days of tech to the present, women have contributed to scientific and technical breakthroughs. Although their work has changed the ways we live today and laid the foundations for further technological exploration and innovation, many pioneers haven't received widespread recognition. We wanted to highlight all the wonderful work done by women in science and tech fields.