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Latest Articles

If You're Complaining About 'Lockdown 2.0', You're Showing Your Coronavirus Privilege

Navigating the pandemic has become a numbers game. Last Monday, we met the “rule of six” – a new restriction which dictates that no more than six people may meet at any time – with an extensive list of caveats that absolutely do not include mingling. (These rules were published 23 minutes before they came into effect, which set most of late-night, doom-scrolling Twitter on fire.)
By Harriet Marsden
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Is It Possible to Run a One-Person Software Company?

Is it possible to run a software company alone? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. In terms of founding a company and hiring a few people who would help at first, it’s possible to run a software company alone. There are tons of freelancers and “one-man show” companies that provide professional software services. When you hire the first few people in your team, it’s also normal that you are...
By Mario Peshev
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If You're Starting a New Programming Job, Work Through This Checklist First

If you’ve passed the interview for a similar job, there are two ways to tell if you are ready: In order to keep it on the safe side and ensure that you can learn and grow with the company, here are several things that you can do in order to alleviate possible problems. Make sure that your skills are up to date. Our front-end lead has been coding sixty hours a week (working on tons of personal projects) for seven years now and still tends to discover new frameworks, libraries, tools that would...
By Mario Peshev
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What's the Best Way to Meet Other Beginner-Level Programmers?

How do I make web dev/programmer friends when I'm a beginner? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. The best path to making friends in the programming world when you're a beginner would be to find folks who are at the same step of the learning cycle as you are. Sure, you can find more experienced folks or complete beginners who are eager to learn, and that would certainly do.
By Mario Peshev
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Is Job Hopping a Smart Career Move?

As a new software engineer, why should I stay at a company for longer than one to two years? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. More often than not, there’s a company that is rapidly growing and looking for talent due to funding or an influx of new customers (uncommon as compared to the history over the previous years). The work overload is pressing the HR team to increase the salary cap...
By Mario Peshev
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How is Influencer Marketing Superior to Digital Ads?

Digital ads rely (mostly) on a media outlet promoting one’s services. It’s (almost) always a cash-driven transaction and widespread across the net for decades. Influencers, on the other hand, tend to promote brands that they are willing to connect to and bet their name on them. Influencer marketing is not a new trend, just as digital ads weren’t anything groundbreaking (given their predecessor the print ads, billboards and other forms of offline banners). Brands have been utilizing influencers and industry leaders in order to promote their products and services for quite some time - probably longer than the ads’ existence. One practical example is Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract with a popular brand. In 2016 alone, he has generated $500M in value for Nike.
By Mario Peshev
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A THIRD OF THIS CITY’S POPULATION ARE MILLIONAIRES

It seems a city has been spotlighted for becoming a haven for the rich. So where to if you want to hang out with the wealthy? – Monaco. The city-state is renowned as the premier playground of the rich and famous and has come in at top of the charts for cities with the highest percentage of millionaires per head of population. A survey from 2014 was carried out by Spear’s magazine and wealth consultancy company WealthInsight, whom found that almost a third of the tiny state’s 37,000 population
By Danielle Brown
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4 TOOLS TO MARKET LIKE A SOCIAL MEDIA EXPERT

Internet marketing has earned its place at the table with core public relations strategies, but get an edge against other brands with certain tools that social-media expert’s use. It’s getting harder to stand out amid the sea of audio, video, images, blogs, and even more against the companies that take full advantage of digital content marketing’s ROI (Return on Investment). Designed with realtors in mind, the tool syncs your Facebook ad campaign directly to your external website. From there,
By Danielle Brown
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DEALING WITH DIVORCE: 4 TIMES IT’S EXCUSABLE TO LEAVE

Dealing with divorce comes in all shapes and sizes, but unfortunately it’s usually the worst ones – well, sometimes that is. We shouldn’t walk out on love, unless it’s one of the reasons you’re not happy – then that’s a different story. It’s easy when the love you had for one another is shallow, selfish or incomplete. But when the love you had for this person changed your core, then there is no more difficult decision than deciding whether or not the person you’ve married is still the right pe
By Danielle Brown
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Gina Miller To Theresa May: "Stand Up For All The British Public."

As MPs gave the Government the go-ahead by voting the Brexit bill and the Lords are debating it now, Gina Miller, the businesswoman and philanthropist who successfully challenged the Prime minister over Article 50 at the Supreme Court, kindly accepted to answer my questions in an exclusive interview.
By J.N. PAQUET
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TRIP DESTINATIONS FOR ULTIMATE- LUXE SKI RESORTS

Explore Amangani with some of the best skiing in Jackson Hole, offering over 2,471 acres of terrain for experts and beginners alike. If you’re not a skier, you’re in luck – say hello to the bunny slopes, you can take lessons, or go snowmobiling, snowshoeing or on a sleigh ride. Not to mention the view is worth booking the trip alone, a big-sky wilderness resort, perched on a butte near Yellowstone National Park. When it comes to some of the best options for lodging on a ski vacation, Montage De
By Danielle Brown
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5 VIDEO STRATEGIES THAT IMPROVE MARKETING CAMPAIGNS

You can have one of the top marketing strategies right now by using a solid corporate video production. There’s a time and a place for other advertising, but video marketing captures the attention of online browsers from start to finish. The average attention span is just about eight seconds so if you’re still reading this, it’s not too late. First impressions are everything, so define your brand’s story with genuine personality and philosophy here. People associate brands with a mental image
By Danielle Brown
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What Would A Dutch PM Geert Wilders Mean For Brexit?

MEP Geert Wilders is the Dutch politician who believes he can become the next Prime minister of the Netherlands in just a month's time, thanks to his anti-Islam/anti-migrants' stance and thanks to both Brexit and Donald Trump's win in the United States. What would his win mean for Britain's Brexit and for the EU?
By J.N. PAQUET
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How One School System Took a Stand and Saved Valentine's Day

Valentine's day, with a school-aged kid, is basically a test of patience. There is the torture of watching a younger elementary school child try to write out 25 cards, the drama and hurt feelings, the sheer mass of candy, and the logistics of trying to find a babysitter for a date night in an over-crowded restaurant (or just choosing to ignore the romantic aspects completely).
By Rhiannon Giles
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