Weekly Tech Roundup for November 1st 2019
“The art challenges the technology, and the technology inspires the art.”
– John Lasseter, (Director)
From the quotes above from those remarkable individuals, it is obvious that the impact technology has in our world today and future to come, cannot be denied. We intend to expose you a bit to the ever developing nature of tech, via our blog.
We included some snippets from our daily knowledge development sessions, just to give you a little extra knowledge. After all, knowledge is never enough. Take your time and digest every one of them. The world is fast evolving and so should your mind.
How to use Agile for Trello?
Heard of the Morris Worm? What about Hello World ? This article catalogs some of the impactful lines of code that humanity has seen. Did you know that bash accepts : as a variable name? – BA
According to the report, Adobe may preview Illustrator for iPad at its Adobe Max conference in early November and plans to launch the full version sometime in 2020. The app is expected to “mirror” many features from the desktop version of Illustrator, Bloomberg says, which sounds a lot like what Adobe said it would be doing with Photoshop. – PA
5G is the next generation of wireless networks and promises a mobile experience that’s 10x to 100x faster than today’s 4G networks.
We say the word promise because we’re in the early days of 5G. When more smartphones and networks support 5G tech, it will have far-reaching consequences for consumers, from the cars we drive (or that drive us) to the food we eat to the safety of our roads to the ways we shop to the entertainment we share with family and friends. And that doesn’t include things we haven’t yet imagined because we’ve never had the capability to unlock those new scenarios. – OAT
Knowledge Development Sessions
One of our team members Odufowoke Titilayo spoke about software coding boot camp and the importance using global interviews as case study.