Are you looking at rejuvenating your career? Do you want to work from anywhere in the world?
The world is changing, gone are the traditional ways of working from a physically location and commute to work. With a distributed company with a remote workforce, all you need to do is fire up your computer wherever you are, with a laptop, decent wifi, it doesn’t matter if you’re working from a cafe with your headphones on, or next to a beach.
Anyone that visits your website expects to receive something valuable in exchange. What value they will receive differ from web site to web site, all visitors to a website never want there to be a disruption to their experience.
If you are a web developer or plan to become one in 2017, there is not a more exciting time, web technology is evolving at an ever-increasing rate, you’ll never run out of new skills to learn or ideas to explore. This is a fun time for developers who love to code, it’s also a great time to learn new things and to keep up with the latest trends.
I had a little problem the other day, I was building this list of feeds for an application I product manage. The web application use php and bootstrap, so the design is based on bootstrap buttons when clicked, opens a modal from which next action is taken.
You work in an IT department on the business side as Project Manager, business analyst or anything related to project delivery. In your performance review, you been told you are not technical enough and need to improve.
The WebOps role is to work alongside the development team to build software services that are easy to deploy, operate, scale and are secure. A WebOps get to work in all areas of infrastructure, naturally progress further in areas of interest, while still gaining a broader knowledge across the spectrum.