As a beginner, one of the problems I’ve encounter is taking a perfect shot of a landscape. The images I took are either blurry or overexposed. Sometimes, I got to the point that my images were not as sharp as I wanted them to be. But over the time, I’ve learned some tricks to get that perfect shot of landscapes that I want. I want to share with you my 5 photography tips on capturing a perfect landscape.
With summer approaching it is now time for vacations, those long awaited long weekend. Where we can pack our bag and to head to beach. Chilling out at the cottage drinking beer and watching the sunset. Why not pull out your camera and capture a new wallpaper or create a piece of art to hang over your bed. My friend ask me “How do you get a stunning pictures of gleaming sunsets, rich with colour and warmth … Read More
A senior UI developer at British broadcasting giant BSkyB and based in Leeds, Harry Roberts first got into development aged 16. Specialising in CSS architecture and frontend performance, he’s recently been working on “a pretty huge mobile build” for Sky. Outside of work he’s been working on his open source OOCSS framework inuit.css, and also on csswizardry-grids, a Sass-based responsive grid system.
Databases are designed to offer an organized mechanism for storing, managing and retrieving information. They do so through the use of tables. If you’re familiar with spreadsheets like Microsoft Excel, you’re probably already accustomed to storing data in tabular form. It’s not much of a stretch to make the leap from spreadsheets to databases.
Today when one hears the term “hacking” alarm bells tend to ring. Over the past decade the media has taken the term hacking and polymorphed it in to a fear instigating, paranoia driven state of terror. A calamity really; but wait, there is more; much more. What this new term encompasses today is a very wide spectrum of activities of which only the iceberg like tip is to been seen and understood by the average Joe. So … Read More
Based in Freiburg, Germany, at the age of 15 Hans Christian Reinl began teaching himself to code, and his first job was creating a website for a local rock festival. Mainly focused on front-end code, especially CSS, he shares what he learns on his blog.