What's more in the #37 issue?
→ Python language - why and when we should use it [E-book and Expert's Point of view]
→ Mobile App Design- the best principles to follow.
→ Google Pixel 4- and the biggest features to announce.
Mobile App Design - 5 best practices
Designing for desktop and mobile devices is as different as chalk and cheese. Although we use similar tools for both, they require a different approach from us. Especially when we talk about native apps that use the capabilities of the device much more efficiently than responsive websites.
Google Pixel 4 release date, price, news and leaks
The Google Pixel 4 is a secret no more. We know what the Pixel 4 will look like because Google itself has shown us. That's not because the Google Pixel 4 release date is just around the corner (...) but seemingly because the search giant doesn't want months of inane speculation of what its next phone will look like.
Amazon’s Alexa may soon know if you’re happy or sad
Today Rohit Prasad is best known as chief scientist for Amazon’s Alexa AI unit, a team experimenting with AI to detect emotions like happiness, sadness, and anger. Back in 2008, to help protect veterans with PTSD, Prasad led a DARPA effort to use artificial intelligence to understand veterans’ mental health from the sound of their voice.
Companies need to rethink how they manage services in a digital environment
Buying services is no longer a matter of decisions that stand independently, like buying technology or products. In the past, many companies had the misconception that services are “one and done” or that they could be built and then be fine or at least fine for three or four years. But that’s not the case.
The 3 Types of Leaders of Innovative Companies
Researchers at MIT Sloan School of Management, say many companies struggle to be nimble with a command-and-control leadership culture. They studied Xerox’s R&D outfit PARC and the materials science company W.L. Gore & Associates and found these highly innovative organizations have three kinds of leaders: entrepreneurial, enabling, and architecting ones.
E-books & Reports
Fuel your project with Python
Do you have a brilliant idea for a web app on your mind? So you have to face the serious challenge of choosing the programming language to make it come true. It’s a big decision, as technology strongly influences the possibilities of further development of your idea. Why should you consider Python?
Expert's Point of View
You start your day from scrolling an Instagram feed. Then, on your way to the office, you are listening to your favourite songs on Spotify. In the office, while the coffee machine is trying to help you start a working day, you check your Facebook notifications. And before doing your everyday tasks you just want to check out on Google, because you are curious to know: What is Python used for? And you realize that all of your previous activities have been based on this programming language.
What is Python Used For?
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