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The last resort of failing tech companies is UX design –...

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Facebook is using billboards to demonstrate their commitment to fighting fake news. Uber is running TV spots to illustrate the company’s commitment to doing good. Once considered...

How apps like Fitbit, Waze, and Duolingo use gamification in their...

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It has 5 essential components Authors that wrote extensively about gamification, like Karl Kapp, Kai Erenli, or Darina Dicheva, mention several components when creating a...

Already learned DevOps? Great, now it’s time for GitOps

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  You’ve seen DevOps, and DevSecOps, and maybe even NoOps. But if you haven’t already, you’re going be hearing a whole lot more about GitOps. As...

Nvidia open sources its PhysX physics simulation engine

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Nvidia has made its PhysX GPU-accelerated physics simulation engine open source, which means anyone can integrate into their games, as well as projects involving...

Microsoft’s new Office logos are a beautiful glimpse of the future

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  Microsoft was one of the pioneers of the current trend of flat design, but recently the company has been evolving its aesthetic into something...

GitHub Desktop 1.5 makes it easy to resolve frustrating merge conflicts

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GitHub today announced a major update to its visual Git client, GitHub Desktop. Version 1.5 introduces a new way to resolve merge conflicts, which...

Your business needs a style guide — here’s why

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Companies are interesting creatures. In a legal sense, a company is a person, as it has all the rights that you and I do....

Google releases Android Studio 3.2 with App bundle support

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Google released Android Studio 3.2 today with a bunch of useful new features for developers on, including a new app publishing format, an energy...

Samsung is opening up Bixby to third-party developers this November

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In a bid to take on Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri, Samsung will allow developers to build apps for Bixby, its own voice-activated assistant,...

Concept art offers a glimpse at a futuristic new MacBook Pro

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  Credit: Furlan Kasap When rumors started to swirl that Apple would explore the idea of dropping physical keys in favor of a Touch Bar-like interface...