Weekly Tech Roundup for January 21 2022

Science and technology revolutionize our lives, but memory, tradition and myth frame our response. – Arthur Schlesinger

Hello 🤓 and welcome back to this week’s Tech Roundup. We hope that we have provided you with sufficient knowledge to assist you in developing yourself, your career, and your business.

Many aspects of modern society, as well as our personal life, rely on technology. Technology is used in a number of ways, ranging from basic routine tasks to time-consuming obligations. As a result, every important piece of information is valued.

For your convenience, we’ve compiled a list of technology trends. Take your time and think about each one. Your intellect should evolve at the same rate as the rest of the world.

Top Online Payment Gateways in Nigeria

Accepting payments online should be as easy as sending an email. Are you a Software developer and looking for ways to implement online payment system into your e-commerce project. A payment gateway is a tool that securely validates your customer’s credit card details, ensuring funds are available for you to get paid. – Matthew Monday

Improve Your Development Experience With VS Code Extensions

There are a few extensions that will increase your experience with VS Code. This articles talks about important ones like a theme and a  bookmark extension. – Obafemi Herbert

Visual Studio 2022 update offers Git improvements

With the second preview of its planned update to Visual Studio 2022, Microsoft is offering enhancements of the IDE’s Git experience, including capabilities for comparing branches and checking out commits. – Paul Ekunola

Tips for Managing Remote Teams

This article provides a complete guide with a list of management and communication tools, knowledge bases, and tips on how to prioritize and manage tasks. – Boluwatife Oyewole

Google wants to make it easier for you to send yourself files

This new feature on Google ‘Self Share’ will enable you to transfer data seamlessly across your own Chrome OS or android devices in seconds without the use of e-mail or third parties cloud drives. – Joseph Oyebola

Flutter – Build apps for any screen

Mobile app Market indices growing enormously. Getting skill in that path is now liberalised. What then are you waiting for? Just dive in. – Jacob Ijomah

Difference Between Padding and Margins?

Padding and Margin are two separate thing buh are confusing to people cos they both look the same. – Ajibodu Victor

What’s new in .NET Productivity with Visual Studio

.NET productivity enhancements is covered: Navigate to source code, Stack Trace Explorer, Naming Styles in the EditorConfig UI, Sync namespaces from Solution Explorer, IntelliSense completion for await, New Code Fixes and Refactorings. – Patrick Udoh

Samsung First Smartphone with AMD Ray Tracing GPU

Samsung has unveiled the Exynos 2200, a new mobile CPU developed in-house for smartphones. It’s the first mobile system-on-a-chip to have an AMD RDNA 2 graphics architecture GPU, allowing features like hardware-accelerated ray tracing to be implemented. – Olivia Wami

What you need to do to make that old laptop last longer

There’s a lot you can do to stretch the lifespan of your existing system. See how you can do it. – Opeyemi Orebiyi

AT&T, Verizon adjust 5G launch plans

AT & T and other Network Giants around the world are on the verge of launching 5G Network at airports after airlines on Monday warned of significant travel disruptions if the launch of C-band 5G went ahead. – Peters Monday

Don’t Know About Gif

How much do you know about gifs, except the fact that it is an animated file format? Here are some facts and features about gif that you may not have known before now. – Micheal Ekeocha

Caden launches with $3.4M to help consumers take control of their data

John Roa, founder Caden launches Caden with $3.4 million. Caden is a startup that allows consumers to share their data voluntarily with companies and get paid for it in return. One of Caden’s core products is an encrypted “on-device vault” where a user can store their personal data and see as insights are drawn from it. – Oluwaseun Omojola

Apple AirTags

Apple Air tag used for criminal activity. The button-sized devices are designed to work with Apple’s ‘Find My’ network to locate lost items. But there have been multiple reports in the US of the devices being used to track people. – Oluwaseun Oladeji

React keys

Have you been wondering about react keys and how it works check out this article. This article contains everything you need to know about react keys. – Prisca Vincent

Google requiring all ‘G Suite legacy free edition’ users to start paying for Workspace this year

Time to pay up: Google informed administrators that it will begin transitioning all free-edition legacy G Suite accounts into paid Google Workspace accounts this year. – Ogbeide Osemenkhian

Time Management

Have you ever wondered how it is that some people seem to have enough time to do everything that they want to, whereas others are always rushing from task to task, and never seem to finish anything? Managing time as developers and tech personnels is crucial for effectiveness and value delivery. – Matthew Monday

My Choice of backend technology stack

The writer talks about three backend technologies and what they are good for . Node.js is scalable, has higher throughput, easier for modularity, python is good when you plan to integrate ML/AI models to your project. – Obafemi Herbert

Olivia Wami

My name is Olivia Wami. I am a Project Manager and am passionate about solving meaningful problems, pursuing social impact-driven tech initiatives, and designing delightful customer experiences.

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