Like every iteration of iOS, iOS 9 brings forth a lot of new features. UIKit changes with every release of iOS, but one particular addition in iOS 9 will change how developers fundamentally think about creating user interfaces on iOS, UIStackView.

Using web fonts can be a great way to improve the look and feel of your website. Unfortunately, adding web fonts to your site adds extra overhead to your site and can often slow your page load times. If you've worked hard to ensure that your application has a fast load time, the last thing you want to do is slow it down with extra HTTP requests that carry unnecessary weight.

On Linux, how hard is it to write a program that receives 1 million UDP packets per second? Hopefully, answering this question will be a good lesson about the design of a modern networking stack.

This tutorial will walk through the steps required to implement a Web application in Python that makes calls to the Twitter REST API; we are using Twitter as the first example given its huge popularity as a social networking service and the fact that many apps and websites integrate with the Twitter API to add social or near real-time functionality.

Hopefully after reading this, you have a much deeper, and better, understanding of things like “eigenclass” and “singleton class” and understand a bit how Ruby handles the everyday operations that you do.

The impostor syndrome, is a psychological phenomenon in which people are unable to internalize their accomplishments. Despite external evidence of their competence, those with the syndrome remain convinced that they are frauds and do not deserve the success they have achieved. Proof of success is dismissed as luck, timing, or as a result of deceiving others into thinking they are more intelligent and competent than they believe themselves to be.

What many companies don’t realize is that implementing a scalable process is just as important as scalable technology.

Many traditional industries seem to have formulated very well understood and reliable processes. However, rather than copying these approaches, the software industry is increasingly turning to a brand-new way of doing things: Agile.

We live in the age of pixels. As designers & developers of the web, pixels can be both our friends and our enemies. We want everything to look nice and sharp for anyone who uses any of the websites we work on, but we need to keep file sizes down for performance. There is pretty much only one way to go with icons, logos and illustrations on the web — SVG. Scalable Vector Graphics can look crisp at all screen resolutions, can have super small file sizes, and can be easily edited and modified.