These programming languages command high salaries and will be relevant throughout the next decade.
These languages are ranked in no particular order, as I believe proficiency in any of these skill-sets will be valuable for the foreseeable future. They’ll be in demand at least for the next decade, and will continue to command high salaries.
In tech, ten years is an eternity, but I think the landscape has normalized to the point where we can make some safe assumptions in terms of what programming languages will last.
In modern programming, there’s various environments where code runs, like for device drivers…
This is the first issue for our new newsletters. Keep checking back as we improve it.
This is the first issue for a newsletter concept we’re putting together that will combine various news, tidbits, and development tools that we find interesting and relevant to our core services of security, SEO, and performance, and the web development industry in general.
We’ll aim to publish these weekly, towards the end of the week, but the frequency is subject to change (client projects come first).
We’ll be improving the styling and formatting as we move forward, but it’s a start. …
Human nature makes us lazy and cut corners. Use a tool to make password management easy, and therefore, secure.
I haven’t had to type a password in years, yet I have accounts on hundreds of websites. All of these sites require a password, yet I can’t remember the last time I created one.
I don’t create or type passwords because it’s horrible security practice. Even more perplexing, I don’t know any of my passwords for any account. If my life depended on reciting one of my passwords, I’d be dead.
How is it that I don’t know any of my…
Most social media plugins are not good for your website’s performance or visitors’ security. There’s an easy way to implement a clean, secure solution.
Being a firm that improves search engine optimization, we understand websites need to publish their articles and content on social media platforms. Social share buttons are the most common tool used to facilitate content distribution.
It’s an important function for content creation, but there’s a big problem with how most sites implement social shares: they’re unsecure and make page loads slower.
Being a firm that improves performance and security, this is a common problem we fix…
There’s a lot of good advice floating around for programmers just starting out. Here’s some from me.
I’ve seen lots of videos and articles giving advice to those starting out in the software development world, and with over thirty years of software development and systems programming experience, I thought I’d throw a few out myself.
I’m coming from the perspective of someone who’s been programming since the late 1980s, therefore I don’t quite have the perspective of kids entering the field today, but I’ve worked with enough newbies over the past few years to know what’s useful.
Here are a…
SEO is important, but if your site is slow, your rankings will suffer.
For years, you’d hear people trying to tell businesses that the most important aspect of their website was SEO — Search Engine Optimization. Get to the top page of Google, all other considerations secondary.
In reality, the most important thing is, and always has been, website performance.
Being able to find your website on a search is all well and good, but if visitors can’t actually use the site, it’s all for nothing.
That’s why Website Performance Testing is so important.
Website performance testing runs your website…
It’s our opinion that Brave is the best browser on the market today, and we highly recommend it to our clients and readers for several reasons. It’s dutifully maintained on Android and iPhone, and on the three major desktop operating systems.
Brave slashes through ads, pop-ups, and trackers, thereby reducing page load times and keeping the web browsing experience clean. It’s a noticeably different experience, but more so when you use another browser once you’ve adapted to Brave.
Like it or not, Google is still the dominant force for online search results. If you want to be found online, you want to be found on Google.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the practice of optimizing your website to not only be found on Google, but ranked well. You’ve undoubtedly heard more than once how important it is, but how many times have you been told why?
Here are 8 Google search statistics to highlight why you need SEO.
We’ll be fair: Google doesn’t release specific numbers for things like search volume through their platform. …
Off the top of your head, where do you think most people go to find a brand or product: Google, or Amazon?
If you said Google, congratulations!
Google may be the king of search engines in general but more shoppers are looking elsewhere for their buying needs. In fact, 51% of online shoppers start their search at Amazon compared to just 16% at Google.
This is being referred to as retail search, and you need to get on it.
E-commerce platforms like Amazon, Target, Walmart — you name it — are becoming the go-to place for online shoppers…
Krohn Media has been busy, as you may have noticed with our site currently unavailable. We’re tearing down our old service portfolio and rebuilding it from the ground up, which involves a lot of code, as well as a lot of coffee.
While we’ve had success targeting the health care industry, there have been many changes in the web-tech world that we believe present a target-rich environment of opportunity, so much so that we’re renovating to our customer-facing site to bring forth a new portfolio of interactive services for business websites.