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Lead by example

Dear Reader, “A leader is not an administrator who loves to run others, but someone who carries water for his people so that they can get on with their jobs.” –Robert Townsend Great leaders are not great because they are efficient administrators. They are great leaders because the motivate their followers to do …

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Written by Cal Evans - - Aggregated on Sunday February 17, 2019


What a write off

Today has been pretty stressful to say the least. Having some guy shout at me through his car window really got to be. It shouldn’t have and most things usually go to my head, but this got me. It was probably the fact that my day already want going well and this was the nail in the coffin which sent me over the edge. …

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Written by Michael Brooks - RSS Feed - - Aggregated on Saturday February 16, 2019


Great leaders have a vision

Dear Reader Our greatest leaders do not lead for the sake of leading. Our greatest leaders do not lead for the sake of power. Our greatest leaders lead because they have a vision and they are enlisting the help of their followers to make it reality. This is true from Genghis Khan to Elon Musk. […] The post Great …

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Written by Cal Evans - - Aggregated on Saturday February 16, 2019


Weekly Update 126

Another week, another conference. This time it was Microsoft Ignite in Sydney and as tends to happen at these events, many casual meetups, chats, beers, selfies, delivery of HIBP stickers and an all-round good time, albeit an exhausting one. That's why I'm a day late this week having finally arrived home late last …

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Written by Troy Hunt - - Aggregated on Saturday February 16, 2019


In Spite of Fear

I watched a video today by the lovely Anna Reel where she says “In spite of fear, do it anyway”. This pretty much goes along with what I’ve read. A book called Feel the Fear and do it anyway explains it in much better detail. However, the basics of it are, if you fear something, you should do it anyway. Usually the …

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Written by Michael Brooks - RSS Feed - - Aggregated on Friday February 15, 2019


Pricing is hard

I’ve been talking to a friend about pricing a new product and figuring out what to charge, especially when you are first launching, is hard. Really hard. It feels like you are just putting out a guess and hoping it works. As I thought through the pricing I wanted to share some of my thoughts on it, and what I …

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Written by Eric L. Barnes - - Aggregated on Friday February 15, 2019


I have no idea what I am doing

Dear Reader, A common developer stereotype is that we sit, stare at a problem, and eventually say “What happens if I change this?” Stereotypes exist for a reason, this one is no different. Yes, there are times when I am handed a problem and everything looks fine; the solution is elusive. Being a developer means […] …

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Written by Cal Evans - - Aggregated on Friday February 15, 2019


CERN day 4

Another long day from 9am to 10pm coding, conferring, braining, hacking and edging towards our goal: recreating the world's first web browser: WorldWideWeb.app. It's amazing the speed of the progress we're making, but I feel like we get to cheat a little by leaning on the collective decades of engineering that goes …

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Written by Remy Sharp - - Aggregated on Friday February 15, 2019


Valentine’s Day – 2019

Today is Valentine’s Day which means couples will be spending time together. Maybe they’ll spoil each, or maybe they’ll chill with some Netflix. However they spend Valentine’s, it can be a wonderful day. For others however, today can just add to their depression or anxiety because they feel they’re alone or not with …

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Written by Michael Brooks - RSS Feed - - Aggregated on Thursday February 14, 2019


Tweaking the Activity Card

Let's work on tweaking the output of the activity card in this lesson. I'd like it to show which fields were updated, and who performed the update. View the …

Written by Laracasts - - Aggregated on Thursday February 14, 2019


Windows 10 Suddenly Can’t Convert PDF to JPG

I have a client who contacted me because they had always been able to convert PDF files into JPG files (and a large list of other file types) by opening the PDF and choosing Save As. Today, though, they suddenly couldn’t. When they opened the PDF and went under File to Save As, the only … Continue reading "Windows 10 …

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Written by Beth Tucker Long - - Aggregated on Thursday February 14, 2019


Laravel Favicon Package

Laravel Favicon is a package by Marcel Pociot that enables you to create dynamic favicons based on your environment settings. Visit Laravel …

Written by Laravel News - - Aggregated on Thursday February 14, 2019


Gij zult propere code schrijven

We zien het als onze plicht om dicht bij studenten te staan. Iedereen heeft er baat bij dat studenten van bij de start een goede begeleiding krijgen. Zowel op school als via externe partijen zoals Intracto. Daarbij heeft structuur en opmaak van je code meer impact dan je denkt. Het heeft een invloed op …

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Written by Intracto - - Aggregated on Thursday February 14, 2019