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Designed and developed by famed programmer Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto in 1995, Ruby is a dynamic, open-source, imperative, object-oriented programming language that emphasizes simple code and programmer productivity. Whether you’re looking to build desktop software or web applications, an experienced Ruby programmer can guide you through the process from start to finish.
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3 Reasons You Should Upgrade to Universal Analytics

Google Analytics is the most popular analytics service on the web, allowing website owners and marketers to monitor how users are interacting with their content from an easy-to-use dashboard. However, many websites are still using the legacy Google Analytics framework. In this article, we’ll look at the differences between these two libraries and explain why you should strongly consider upgrading to analytics.js.

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How Freelancers Can Keep Their Skills Fresh

Freelancers, it’s all on you to build and maintain your hard and soft skills. The good news is you can find a bunch of ways to do it online. Here are points to consider when deciding which platform is right for you.

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July 20, 2016

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Bootstrap vs. Boilerplate

When comparing two front-end technologies like Bootstrap and HTML5 Boilerplate, the comparison is not as straightforward as you might expect. How are they different, and when is one best used over the other? In this article, we’ll take a look at these two front-end technologies to better understand how they compare.

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