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“5 Reasons Your Side Project Never Became a Product”
The article “5 Reasons Your Side Project Never Became a Product” by Darren Devitt will reveal what reasons stop you from transforming your project to the real product. The author focuses on precise challenges, such as perfectionism, losing the focus or inability to see the direction of your project. In addition, each reason is accompanied with the section “How do you fix this?”
Read our article The Challenge of Fixed-Bid Software Projects
“Clutch, GoodFirms, and Others: Real-Life Hacks to Get More Leads from Directories for Software Service Companies”
The article by Eugene Grudanov and Irina Tsumarava “Clutch, GoodFirms, and Others: Real-Life Hacks to Get More Leads from Directories for Software Service Companies” focuses on explaining why receiving thousands of users in a month will not guarantee a high traffic conversion. The authors tell how to find and select directories with high traffic, how to get into them and stand out among competitors.
“Jaguar Land Rover planning to allow helpful car drivers to earn cryptocurrency”
There is some revolutionary news out there. For example, Jaguar Land Rover, Britain's largest auto manufacturer, starts testing software that will allow drivers of its cars to earn the IOTA cryptocurrency as a reward for sharing data. More about this you can read in the article “Jaguar Land Rover planning to allow helpful car drivers to earn cryptocurrency” written by Gertrude Chaxez-Dreyfuss.
Read our article about PCI DSS for “Blockchain based” Crypto projects
“What’s New in RxJS v6.5“
Did you know there is a new version of RxJS? Read about the latest features and improvements in the article “What’s New in RxJS v6.5“ by Netanel Basal. The author mentioned forkJoin Improvements, Participation Observable, combineLatest Deprecation, Schedulers, and much more.
“Angular Revisited: Tree-shakable Components and Optional NgModules”
Surely NgModule is one of the most confusing Angular concepts. The article “Angular Revisited: Tree-shakable Components and Optional NgModules” by Lars Gyrup Brink Nielsen investigates the necessity to minimize the usage of Angular modules. In a future version of Angular, will enable to bootstrap or render components to the DOM without any Angular modules. The author claimed that there will be an opportunity to use other components, directives, and pipes in the component templates without Angular modules to resolve them.
We hope that the articles we mentioned was useful and will have a beneficial influence to the development of your business. Stay tuned and see you next week!
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