Published 4 days ago
This is often called developing a monolithic application. Such an application is personalized to the needs of your client and can hardly be used by any other client. By redesigning your application so that you can reuse sections of your code for your other clients, you will be able to provide a toolkit of shareable code. However, your software library is still constrained by the programming language you use. Microservice extends this view further by turning your shareable library into an independent standalone service. Here are different ways to view microservices.
Writing a book is not difficult. All you need is to be passionate or knowledgable about something. You also need the willpower to take on a project that will take hundreds of hours over the course of weeks or months or more.
Humans are visual creatures, period. Ever since childhood, we’re taught to make mental maps to remember new information better, or to make a connection between certain subjects and colours to jump-start our memory easier later. Considering this, and the fact that our attention span has decreased drastically with all the new content just popping up left and right, a fast-paced, entertaining video is the way to go when advertising your product or services. Here are some tips for creating a video that will hold your potential customers’ attention and make them want to learn more about your company.
Published 11 days ago
You want to be a writer. Maybe you have always wanted to start a blog, or maybe you have novel swimming around in your head. But you say:
You may write for yourself in the first place, yet someday, you may reach a point where you wish your work had better recognition and exposure. You may somehow be willing to exhibit the writing skills you have been keeping secret for yourself so far. And yes, you are like us, writers—and humans beings—revealing your narcissistic side... but that is not it.
Let’s start by saying that this is just one strategy and only a suggestion. This by no means is the only strategy that results in successful team building. There are many or any variation that could be just as successful. A successfully built team is not definitive of good writing or a good story. This is just a tool to help provide some insight on how to build a well balanced and successful team. Successful being effective or efficient. The five types mentioned here are not the only types there are. These five are just the ones I have chosen to talk about. That being said Let’s begin.
Get a decent graphics program and a high quality background you like. One or two pieces of high quality royalty free clipart and some text and you’re done, as with the Captain Marvel cover above. This one's ready to be an ebook. Of course, a paper book needs a bit more precision.
How do you get published? That's the big question. First, find some books similar to yours and check who the publisher is. Then go to their website and click on their Submission Guidelines. You can also ask around, search up reasonable publishers, or meet them at conferences. The last is best since they'll see your smiling face. Finding a time when they're sitting bored at a table is great. I walk up and ask what they publish. If it's anything like what I write, I smile. "That's perfect—I just happen to have finished writing a book like that. Here's what it's about..." Ideally, the publisher will ask to see a letter, sample, or proposal (which you can email later) and hand over a business card. Then you can send them whatever their instructions suggest—most likely a query letter. Here are two of mine that actually sold books.
Ready to self publish? Great. Once you have your novel all polished and ready, there's something more you'll need to do: Begin to write the front matter and back matter
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It's been several weeks since I last updated this blog. A lot has been going on for me. If you read Part 1 of my eCommerce Journey, you'll know that mental health has played a large part of my year. I've been tackling it, slowly but surely.