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After calling Barack Obama out on Twitter, Kim Dotcom has launched Mega, the replacement to Megaupload

After calling Barack Obama out on Twitter, Kim Dotcom has launched Mega, the replacement to Megaupload | Developing Apps | Scoop.it
And we are a go. Despite rumors and persistent chatter that Kim Dotcom intended on moving his Mega project to a .co domain, and away from a .co.nz TLD, the service has been pushed live as Mega.co.nz.
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If you can read, you can create an app! Currently learning to code, especially LiveCode, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Ruby on Rails thrown in for good measure!
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h5bp/Front-end-Developer-Interview-Questions

h5bp/Front-end-Developer-Interview-Questions | Developing Apps | Scoop.it
Front-end-Developer-Interview-Questions - A list of helpful front-end related questions you can use to interview potential candidates, test yourself or completely ignore.
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Surviving the IT talent crisis

Surviving the IT talent crisis | Developing Apps | Scoop.it
Surviving the IT talent crisis has become a critical component in a company's ability to compete and succeed in the digital economy. CIOs must collaborate with HR leaders to overhaul legacy approaches to finding, attracting, and retaining IT talent that is capable of keeping up with the demands of digital transformation, according to new research by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services.
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The Do’s and Don’ts of User-Centered Design

The Do’s and Don’ts of User-Centered Design | Developing Apps | Scoop.it
User experience in Web design is the psychological feelings established when user visits interface and function of website, in recent years the user experience in the construction process of the site…
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How to Talk About Your Side Projects

How to Talk About Your Side Projects | Developing Apps | Scoop.it
Talk about your side projects whenever you get a chance. When you do, remember to start with the problem, talk about how you approached it, share the challenges you faced, express the outcome of your…
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A Virtual Crash Course in Design Thinking

A Virtual Crash Course in Design Thinking | Developing Apps | Scoop.it
This is an online version of one of our most frequently sought after
introductory learning experiences. Using a video, worksheets, and
facilitation tips we will take you step by step through the process of
hosting or participating in a 90 minute design challenge.
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In Finland, Kids Learn Computer Science Without Computers

In Finland, Kids Learn Computer Science Without Computers | Developing Apps | Scoop.it
Students can learn the basics with a set of knitting needles.
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In Finland, Kids Learn Computer Science Without Computers

In Finland, Kids Learn Computer Science Without Computers | Developing Apps | Scoop.it
Students can learn the basics with a set of knitting needles.
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IT job roles and responsibilities explained

The IT industry is well known for its wide range of job titles and aggrandisement of roles, which can make it hard to pin down exactly what people do. We've decoded some of the more popular positions below in our quick guide to IT roles: Software engineer Also known as: application programmer, software architect, system programmer/engineer.
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The 10 GitHub repos people mention the most in freeCodeCamp’s main chat room

The 10 GitHub repos people mention the most in freeCodeCamp’s main chat room | Developing Apps | Scoop.it
The freeCodeCamp community generates gigabytes of data each week. One of the most active parts of the community is the chat room system. Thousands of people hang out there, chat about technology, and…
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Great Infographic: UX vs. Web Designers - UX Motel

Great Infographic: UX vs. Web Designers - UX Motel | Developing Apps | Scoop.it
Discover an Enlightening Infographic That Examines the Differences Between UX and Web Designers on Your Resource for User Experience.
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Functional JavaScript for Lazy Developers (Like Me)

Functional JavaScript for Lazy Developers (Like Me) | Developing Apps | Scoop.it
Applying functional techniques improved my programs, problem-solving skills, process; my code was cleaner and easier to maintain — with less work.
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Hour of Code

Hour of Code | Developing Apps | Scoop.it
The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. Anyone, anywhere can organize an Hour of Code event. One-hour tutorials are available in over 45 languages for all ages.
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What is information management? definition and meaning

Definition of information management: Application of management techniques to collect information, communicate it within and outside the organization, and process it to enable managers to make quicker and better decisions.
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IT Organizational Design - IT Organizational Chart | OpsDog

Clcik to see OpsDog's outline of a typical Information Technology Department's organizational structure, including Application Development, IT Security, and User Support & Services.
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Information Architecture Tutorial

Information Architecture Tutorial | Developing Apps | Scoop.it
Information architecture is the science of figuring out what you want your site to do and then constructing a blueprint before you dive in and put the thing together. It’s more important than you might think, and John Shiple, aka Squishy, tells you why. Squishy first looks at how to define your site’s goals, shedding…
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