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Hire Dedicated Web Developers and Software Programmers

Thursday, September 27th, 2018

You might have come across the word “dedicated” quite often in offshore software development. As per the dictionary, dedicated means “devoted to a cause, ideal or purpose”. In offshore outsourcing, the word dedicated defines a lot. The culture, education and interest differ from country to country. This leads to a wide variation in human beings in terms of knowledge, intelligence, experience, problem solving, creativity, quality control, time management, cost-effectiveness and best product delivery across borders.

With the emergence of globalization, business people find it easy to access the right man power. The internet and mobile usage has made a dramatic revolution in communication. News are spread at a much faster rate than ever before. The science and technology of modern trend thinks beyond limit. Multinational companies have increased in number. Business people are always in focus of quality, time and money. Local workers sometime may not fulfill their needs. So they seek for offshore companies.

Research has shown that long-term relationship between the offshore and onshore companies have made remarkable success in offshore software development. Twenty years back, people realized a lot of risks and difficulties involved in offshore outsourcing. Today software development at offshore countries is no longer a tedious process.

Today though outsourcing companies expect many virtues from an offshore consulting, they give utmost importance for dedication. They believe that dedicated programmers and web developers are able to accomplish the project successfully. If you show 100% commitment, learn continuously, response quickly, communicate clearly and deliver the project within their time-frame and budget, then you’re dedicated.

Tips for Web Development

Wednesday, September 26th, 2018

If you are a web developer, then you need to be careful about your website. Of course, you are a developer; you know all the tics and tact to follow. But, somehow, some general mistakes are made by many developers. There are some tips, to guide you:

Focus on key elements

It always happens that everything seems important, most of the people can’t find out what is important and what is not. This creates a big mess because everything seems essential. To make it clear, you need to prioritize what is important or not. If you wanted to make your website simpler then you need to focus and identify the key factors, and that leads to focus only on the essential elements.

Get the content on above fold

You can do something simple and short by applying a short header height if you have a logo and navigation menu on the top of your website. It will be simple for the people to navigate the site.

Make a simple website

Your website should be simple so that people can enjoy to browsing your website, your website must have an impressive presentation with simple browsing and rich features that make the visitor enjoyable.

Make sure your social profiles are complete and up to date

You should use Google to let your business and your name search, search on the first two pages to see the social network rank. Jot them down, then visit the each profile and make your profile update, and check all the information is filled correctly. This needs to update your website information if you added something new, such as blogs.

Optimize Load Time of website

You have to make sure that your website’s load time is low for the better performance. You must be careful about the graphics size, flash, scripts, HTML & script code.

Make your site responsive

From the past few years use of tablets, smartphones have drastically increased. Everyone is looking for a website which is at the tap of a finger. People wanted to reach a site which is available on the handheld devices, like tablets and smartphones, so you need a responsive website to reach the people and get the traffic as much as you can with a simplified and attractive website.

Find a Fast Servers Web Hosting Company

There are so many web host companies, who speak with a sugar tinge to offer their services a huge storage, but you need to trust a company with a fast server speed, then you it may provide you satisfaction.

Learn 4 Ways to Impress Your Boss and Team With Your Web Development Skills

Tuesday, September 25th, 2018

Firstly let me just say that contrary to the title I would always advocate not actually ‘trying’ to impress anyone. You should only ever do things for the right reason. However that said in my experience if you put the hard work in stick to your principles and work with everyone as you expect them to work with you, 90% of the time you will invariably impress people. Here’s my top 4 tips to set yourself apart from the crowd.

1) Don’t ‘moan’ about the code base

We have all been there, you are put on a project with ‘old messy’ a business critical application that is terrible in form but a mainstay nonetheless, seems like it just needs to be re-written? In my experience just haphazardly whinging about it doesn’t go anywhere, instead become an expert with it this will immediately make it more bearable, spend time with it, get to know it, write tools to help you inspect it. Bring it up at the right time sometimes (team meetings) but be judicious about complaining about it. You will become the go to point for that code and will be seen to be a ‘useful’ resource rather than a hindrance.

2) Express curiosity before shouting about your mastery

The most common downfall I see with developers is their desire to prove to people how much they know. Whilst the more each member on a team knows the better, this virtue can be rapidly unravelled by a developer who wants to blow their trumpet about how expert they are about a particular subject. In short this behaviour just seeks to irritate people. Instead find an inner peace and learn everything you can. Avoid advertising what you know or trying to prove it. If you do really know your onions let people discover this for themselves it will be more fun and people will respect you for it more.

3) Learn to prioritise and focus your web development tasks

Can’t stress this point enough. Find out what you have to do and put it in one single list that you can work in ORDER. If people come to you with things they want done then remember you ultimately need to be able to make decisions on the order that you work on something in a given timeframe. If you’re not allowed to then make sure you stand your ground you may need to politely explain if someone is trying to hijack your ‘flow’ as they could be micromanaging you. After you have set your priorities make sure you work on one task until completion, if you need switch your email off and set your mobile phone to ‘answerphone’. If people disturb you just let them know you will get back to them ASAP about it. If someone of authority does force you to stop what you are doing to work on something as a priority then politely explain that you are working on something but that you will do this seeing as they have expressed how important it is. Prioritising and focussing will ultimately lead to a greater amount of work achieved and you will be respected for the speed at which you work.

4) Get good on Saturday mornings and learn more programming skills

Sometimes learning during your working day can be difficult because you have to ‘deliver’ right? Fine, so think of Saturday mornings like this. A time when you no-one can tell you how or what to work on. I recommend looking into one subject that has been niggling you most recently and studying it in depth. Take a clean project in visual studio, get the MSDN site open on the relevant page and start coding something and investigating how it works. I call this ‘career investment’. The results won’t be immediate but over time as you do this every weekend you will become very proficient in areas that other people aren’t. The law of averages dictate that what you have learned will be useful on your project and people will respect you for your deep knowledge when this becomes apparent!