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The Benefits and Applications of Using Ruby as a Programming Language
By programmers.io at 19 Jan 2022 - 13:56

Ruby is one of the most reliable programming languages in town, which comes with its own Rails framework. The object-oriented programming language was first developed in 1995 and is among the top 10 programming languages, reviewed by multiple analysts.

Developers working on the Ruby platform can build high quality web applications, which boast clean architecture and implement all of CSS, HTML and JavaScript files. Ruby was further augmented with a proper framework in Ruby on Rails, which has become even more popular over time and is now extensively used by many.

Ruby is considered by a number of programmers and developers today and comes with a wide range of features. In this article, we take a look at some of the benefits and applications of Ruby as a programming language.


REASONS WHY BACKING UP DATA IS IMPORTANT
By programmers.io at 19 Jan 2022 - 12:25

The world today heavily relies on data to survive. Even our time on earth is dependent upon data. How is that possible? Well, scientists from over the globe use tons of data to reach conclusions on the best medicines for humans and then roll them out for public use.

According to recent statistics and research, there are some 4 billion active users on the internet today. All of these users consume data in the form of video content, blogs and whatnot. Now, imagine waking up one day to see there is no data on the internet. All of your videos from YouTube, your streaming music from Spotify and your bookmarked blogs will no longer be accessible. The idea sounds horrifying, right?

Data, as widespread as it is, is an extremely sensitive commodity, which is host to a number of perils. For starters, you can suffer from a data breach. If you avoid that, you may be a victim of a ransomware attack. Even if you amplify your cyber security measures, a simple human error can delete all your data and lead to an internet blackout.


Discussion: Why Continue With COBOL or Migrate to a New Platform
By programmers.io at 19 Jan 2022 - 12:22

Did you know that COBOL was one of the first computer programming languages? It’s been around for a long time, so most companies may have started with this type of platform. COBOL is an acronym for Common Business-Oriented Language.

It was developed in 1959 and was one of the first programming languages to be used by organizations. It’s still being used today because many companies have made investments in their legacy systems. These systems rely on COBOL, or they don’t want to spend money upgrading their software to a new platform.

We’re going to talk about this system and how it could be helping your business, or if it may be time for you to migrate to another platform.
Thinking about software migration? Keep reading as we talk about what you should do to prepare, or what you can do differently if you stick with COBOL.


MISTAKES YOU SHOULD AVOID WHEN MANAGING REMOTE TEAMS
By programmers.io at 13 Jan 2022 - 15:23

The COVID-19 pandemic has helped accelerate the adoption of remote work protocols and has made it more mainstream than it ever was. A recent study found out that over 71 percent of all workers are satisfied with the dynamics of remote work and like their jobs more in the current mechanism.

The ability to work remotely from home is a blessing for most people today. However, just offering remote work solutions to employees isn’t the right tool to ensure happiness in your team and keep them satisfied. Besides going remote and developing successful protocols, organizations should also look to focus more on management techniques and ensure everyone is satisfied and thriving during work from home.


Ways Dell Boomi is driving integration in the digital world
By programmers.io at 12 Jan 2022 - 11:22

The digital transformation is an inevitable part of the business ecosystem today. Businesses around the world recognize the role played by data and other digital metrics in their organizations and are on the lookout to incorporate these solutions in whatever way they can.

While businesses do realize the importance of the digital revolution, they have found it difficult to incorporate the changes within their digital ecosystem. The inability to complete a total digital revolution has meant that many organizations are currently left in the middle ground between legacy systems and integration with the cloud.

Hence, it is extremely important for organizations to integrate their on-premise systems with solutions found on the cloud. With hybrid IT environments getting complicated by the day and with the proliferation of SaaS applications, the procedure for implementing integrated systems has become even more complex and challenging.


Salesforce outsourcing with minimal risks
By programmers.io at 11 Jan 2022 - 10:39

Interested In Learning About Salesforce Outsourcing And How It Benefits Your Company? Then Read This Overview On How To Outsource Your Salesforce Team.


Essential components of back-end development for aspriring professionals
By programmers.io at 3 Jan 2022 - 10:45

Understanding difficult concepts like back-end development and front-end development can prove to be extremely difficult if you aren’t an engineer or a developer. Add the complex APIs, frameworks, libraries and programming languages to the mix and you will have a complicated situation.

The silver lining is that you don’t necessarily need to decipher code to get a hang of the basics behind back-end development and the components present inside your stack. Truth be told, finding your way around a stack can be particularly helpful, especially if you manage a non-technical role in your organization.

We are here to help you become better as a back-end developer and navigate the treacherous paths within it. In this article, we take a look at some of the essential components of back-end development and what it contains.


Roles and Responsibilities of a Salesforce Consultant
By programmers.io at 28 Dec 2021 - 14:00

What started as a data revolution has now reached new horizons and opened new doors. Salesforce tool has become one of the most talked about technologies in town and is revolutionizing the way organizations look at tech resources. Customer data is of utmost importance for any organization today and holds great value for them in the long run.

Data generated by the organization also contains private information related to customers, which should best be kept confidential and hidden. While there are multiple platforms available to sales teams in the industry today, none can combat the popularity and fame Salesforce has achieved over time.

The success of Salesforce was made popular due to the customization features offered by the platform. Salesforce offers a number of customization features that allow organizations to set their own preferences when it comes to gathering data and generating insights.


Things and Skills You Should Know for Front-End Development
By programmers.io at 27 Dec 2021 - 11:22

Web development consists of two different parts, each of which require different skill sets and knowledge of all that goes on at the specific ends. Web development is broken down into both front end and back-end development. Front end development is all that is required at the interface of a web application, while the back-end development oversees everything that goes on behind the scenes.

In this article, we take a look at the things and skills you should know about front end development. The content below is geared for people looking to build a career in front end development.

WHAT IS FRONT END DEVELOPMENT?

Have you ever looked at a website and wondered how it operates? Do you look at all the clickable buttons and wonder how all of it transpires in one place? All in all, the user interface of a web application is created via front end development.



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