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There’s nothing wrong with app install ads, but too often now, you click on a mobile search result, and when the site loads, a giant app install interstitial pops up that prompts you to install that site’s app. Those ads typically block all the content on the site until you find that little small ‘x’ to click away the ad (and chances are you will mistakenly click next to it and basically click on the ad, which then takes you to Google Play). Thankfully, Google today announced that it will soon start downranking sites that do this.
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+Abdulfatai Riliwan Oladipupo i think it's greedy that your name takes up so many letters on my screen. Brilliant argument right?

Besides that, +Scot Walton hit the nail on the head.

I'm not greedy, i just don't work for free.
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Evolving it's identity. Google has a new logo!!
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After Google killed auto-play Flash-ads in Chrome just recently, now Google Web Designer was updated to help with the transition to HTML5
 
Helping to ease the transition to HTML5
As browsers change the way they support Flash, HTML5 is becoming the de facto language for building display ads. To support this transition to HTML5, we’re excited to announce a series of updates to Google Web Designer [http://goo.gl/IMN8jo] that help make it easier to build HTML5 ads, including the launch of responsive design features. 
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Hey guys,

we just a started a fresh open source project. 

At this time we are 3 programmers and we'd need one or more web design guys. 

It's a tool for distributed teams,  which working in different countries.

You get a mail every evening and need to respond with the tasks you done that day. When everyone on the team answered every team member gets a quick overview what happened the last day. And all tasks that were done should be displayed in a nice webinterface.

So it's some kind of standup email. I know that this idea isn't new, but there's no open source self hosted alternative for this. 

So if you're interested in working with us, just drop me a private message and you'll recieve more details.

Thanks in advance!
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+Daniel Hauck possibly interested in hearing more.

Feel free to ping me on Hangouts and we can discuss a bit tomorrow
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Taking a look at the #CrossDevice #purchasing journey! The wrong platforms could end your #ecommerce site! #sooryen http://ow.ly/Rtnxp 
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Who wouldn't love to have the ability to simply put their foot down on the bugs that periodically crop up within their lines of code? Sadly, you can't use "brute force" in issue-tracking, as efficient issue-tracking calls for a streamlined, precise approach. With that in mind, we've put together this list of the best issue and bug tracking apps to help you do just that.
Check out the ten best bug tracking apps that will help you find and solve issues with ease.
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there are dutch chinese? does that mean you can make awesome edm? LOLs.
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Turn bullshit on? We're bombarded by more information than ever before. With the rise of all this information comes a rise of the amount of bullshit we're exposed to. Death to Bullshit is a rallying cry to rid the world of bullshit and demand experiences that respect people and their time.
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+1 With all the bullshit going around on Flash, plugins and HTML5 I wrote a guide here to help make sense of it, https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UYbS1t6FInwqC1luYceYLzXDnQJe3L0DSQFi7KlIa5g/edit
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You ain't the best yet. #WebDesign  
Aside from JavaScript and CSS, there are still a vast number of tools and technologies you can utilize to up your game as a web design professional.
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good catch :)
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Google's got a new logo. Looks like they are embracing their material design alright.

For any web dev, what google does, matters. Granted i still think material design is pretty damn cookie-cutter and boring, but hey, that's me. :)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_logo
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A long but good #read regarding the importance of #ResponsiveDesign for #ecommerce #companies. #sooryen #ecommerce http://ow.ly/RBCZd 
Only 18% of top e-commerce sites are optimized for large monitors, despite 3/4 of transactions are made on PCs and 1/3 of that traffic being on screens wider than 1350px. In this article we explore 11 "big screen" design opportunities.
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You Should Bookmarked this article :-
     40+ Killer Keyboard shortcuts for all browsers, You should know to speed up your regular workflow . 
Article Link:- https://medium.com/@themefisher/40-killer-keyboard-shortcuts-for-all-browsers-you-should-know-to-speed-up-your-regular-workflow-ce1f92efed8
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Thanks for sharing
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Hello people, i have recently made and published this Github project called Ecard, made with CSS3, HTML5 and JAVASCRIPT...
please check it out and let me know your rating :)
You can get link by pressing on card

http://reinards.github.io/ecard/
Generate beautfull E-Cards and give link to your chrush, wife, brother, sister or even your teacher... There is no cost!
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Write up a tutorial or demo page. If you don't have somewhere to post it, use Medium 
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Something you and your clients will want to be aware of....you got  like a week:
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/08/28/google_says_flash_ads_out_september/
If your ads aren't on web giant's network, they better be HTML5 – or they're dead to Chrome
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You seem to forget that HTML5 based content can utilize the GPU for decoding purposes, which takes less load off the CPU, and ends up being less of a resource pig if you're trying to multitask, especially the battery in the case of mobile devices. Flash is considered resource intensive as often time Flash based content is non-optimized, and like I said before, all of the processing, regardless if it's a game, video, ad, etc, is all done CPU side. So we have a big fat bore wasting CPU cycles all because the creator of the content focused more on how much crap they could jam into the content rather than optimizing how the content is displayed for content viewers.

Also, in regards to your statement about JavaScript being the worst language to build anything more than a small web project with, please consider: http://mean.io/
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To agility and beyond: The history—and legacy—of agile development.

In the beginning, there was waterfall, and it was good. No wait, bad. Sorry, really bad. Honest!

http://bit.ly/1PAvuog
Agile software development didn't hatch full-grown with the 2001 Agile Manifesto. The practices evolved over time. This article describes the full history.
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I'm with you though man. I've been at both. The posers just suck royally... And typically they're the ones who think they know it all already
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Interesting article on using Socratic Method for teaching coding - I would think that this method of learning ingrains the knowledge much better than passive learning like watching videos and following along.
 
Socratic Inquiry, learning by asking a series of leading questions, is a great way to teach coding... 
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+Ramsez Stamper​​ sure the article is just an introduction and explanation but if you want more it is really easy to go to the site and try out the learning methods for yourself - if you want to walk the walk and not just talk that is ;) 
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Anyone who's either willing to learn how to code or messing around to make their awesome portfolio but didn't got enough ideas to show off their skills, well here's the real deal for them. +Free Code Camp is awesome place to learn coding and help non profits to solve their problems. Both is a big win win situation. I hope you guys would love to give it a try.
Please comment your experience, thoughts or any other suggestions about this. :)
Learn to code by helping nonprofits. Build your full stack web development portfolio today.
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+Justin Crawford that's nice to hear man
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Web Stack Weekly #28 has released!

#WebStackWeekly is a web journal, collection of news about different technologies, tools, languages, etc.

http://likerrr.ru/on-air/web-stack-weekly-28

That week trends were PHP, Laravel, JavaScript
Alexey Lizurchik's personal blog about web developing
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Trouble pinpointing what changes increased conversion? This article on #ABTesting and #MicroTesting may help #sooryen http://ow.ly/RmC0n 
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