Mitch W

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Reactive Fundamentals: thinking in streams

<i>From RxJS in Action by Paul P. Daniels and Luis Atencio</i><p>This article describes how RxJS components work and how thinking in streams can help you …

Which Is Better For Weight Loss? Cardio Or Weights?

Every day the question pops up in gyms across the country: "I already run/bike/swim/[insert your favorite cardio here]. Do I need to strength train?" …

Exercise

10 Helpful User Experience Tools for Every Designer

User experience designer is the person who responsible for improving the usability, accessibility, and pleasure provided in the interaction between th …

A Nerd’s Guide to Color on the Web

There are a lot of ways to work with color on the web. I think it’s helpful to understand the mechanics behind what you’re using, and color is no …

Audio Mixing

How to Stop Designing Square Layouts by Thinking Outside of the Box

Websites are fundamentally square contraptions.And with good reason, of course. Like clay tablets, papyrus, and books before them, websites are …

The Entrepreneurs Path: For High Growth Companies

Ch 4 The Plan

Follow<p>Ch 4 The Plan<p>5555 Entrepreneursoftenaskusforexamplesofabusinessplan. Wetellthemwe’llgivesuggestionsandguidelinesbutnota …

iPhone 7 and 7 Plus announced with water resistance, dual cameras, and no headphone jack

A shiny black finish and new home button also make their debut<p>Apple has officially announced the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus today. The new iPhone features a design that's very similar to last year's iPhone 6S (and the year prior's iPhone 6), with a rounded aluminum body. But what's entirely new is …

Apple Watch Series 2 announced with swimproof shell and GPS for $369

Same design, but better insides<p>Apple unveiled its second generation smartwatch today at its annual mobile hardware event, and it is unsurprisingly called the Apple Watch Series 2. The device is very similar to its predecessor: it's got a square, customizable watchface mostly for telling the time …

Apple Watch Series 2 will be available in aluminum, stainless steel, and ceramic… but not gold

The gold Apple Watch Edition is no more<p>The second generation Apple Watch will be available in ceramic, a new material for Apple that is rare for watches to be made with. The Apple Watch Series 2 — which will also be available in aluminum and stainless steel like the first generation — will utilize …

10 Strategies to Improve Instructional Leadership

I still vividly remember my early years as an assistant principal and principal. Instructional leadership was a routine part of the job along with …

Enterprise Leadership

Many of our clients invest in leadership development to enable and accelerate strategy execution.<p>Increasingly, strategy execution requires more than …

35+ HTML & CSS Resources for Beginners

by Bradley Nice, Content Manager at ClickHelp.co — professional technical writing tool<p>In case you are not familiar with HTML and CSS, here’s a quick …

HTML5 Techniques for Optimizing Mobile Performance

Introduction<p>Spinning refreshes, choppy page transitions, and periodic delays in tap events are just a few of the headaches in today’s mobile web …

Hiking in Missouri

Missouri has some of the most amazing hiking destinations in the nation, yet many hikers overlook the stunning beauty of the Show-Me-State. Pristine …

Samsung delaying some Galaxy Note 7 shipments amid reports of exploding batteries

Probably a good idea<p>Samsung has a hit a snag with its well-received new Galaxy Note 7, according to <i>Reuters</i>. The phone maker is delaying shipments of the device to perform more quality control tests on the device. This comes after user reports of exploding batteries. This could cause some serious …

HP's new PC looks like a speaker

HP is unveiling a new PC today that looks far more like a speaker than a desktop computer. And that’s kind of the point: HP is hoping that by cramming a computer into a small package that might even look like furniture around your house, you’ll be a lot more willing to set it out in the open on …