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  • "Just One More Module" Temptation: It’s A Trap

    1. Is the more-the better? Who doesn’t want to get more? You want to have the best, the fastest and the most advanced website, right? To make your website more advanced, attractive, functional. The more modules - the better functionality. It is a misleading thought indeed. As they say, the path to hell is paved…

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  • "Vancouver" – a new cloud-based social service

    Microsoft’s Project “Vancouver,” is a radically new social-analytics and cloud-based system, it is open to employers obsessed with the idea of integrating social and public Web data into business software. As it was said before, Microsoft was counterpoised to provide its “Social Analytics” Azure service (“Vancouver” – code name). Last week, the Softies were loaded,…

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  • 10 Causes Why Mobile App Crashes Happen

    With contemporary people’ growing dependence on mobile apps in terms of business, their need for reliability also increase. However, mobile users keep seeing their apps crash, and in most cases, such unexpected crashes happen when the least wanted. Among the major causes of mobile app crashes there can be distinguished the following ones. Bad front-end…

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