Behance – A platform to show case your designing skills


Behance are popular as network of sites and services that is very effective in self promotion and is also useful in consultation and creating your portfolio online. It is developed and owned by Adobe Family.

It is one of the leading online platforms which allow you to showcase and discover your creative work. The developers get an access of updating their current work so as to broadcast and showcase it widely. Big companies gets and exposure to all their works based on which their talent is accessed on a global scale.

If you are a Graphic Designer, Interactive Designer or a Programmer Behance will give you a platform to share your work which will ultimately be beneficial for you to create new career opportunities. Regardless of the industry, using Behance you present your work on a large platform.

Behance can be useful to the designers in the following ways:

1. Free Promotions:

Behance is the best platform to showcase your design work. No matter you are experienced or inexperienced, Behance lets you showcase your work to be shared with the online community. It also gives you an access to connect with other designers. Behance does not charge anything for uploading your work on its site and is featured with social media integration which gives you a wide platform to share your work.

2. Finding job gets easier:

Behance profile allows you to share your work and put up your resume on the site too which helps the companies to look into your job profile and hire you for their tasks if their requirements matches your abilities.

3. Sharing of your work:

You must often be seeking for the ways to promote your products. Behance has got varied ways of promoting your products. Behance makes it easy for you to share your art and portfolios with just a few clicks across a wide network.

4. It shows your existence:

Uploading your best on Behance will give you an exposure to a wide market. It will give your work recognition and will make people aware of your existence in design industry. There are many well paying clients who often look uptoBehance for finding good artists.

5. Complete Protection to your Uploads and Shared Art:

Behance gives you an assurance that your work will not be stolen at any cost. It does not allow any infringement to your work and gives it complete safety.

6. Get huge Exposure:

Behance is visited by lot of the designers on daily basis. They are in search of god design work. Your art work gets exposure in a wide network considering which the possibility of you being hired by some good companies’ increases.

7. Engagement with other Designers:

Behance gives you a platoform where you can meet other designers too and can exchange your best practices. This will help you gain the current trends in the market and will also help you improvise in your work by looking at the competition. You can ask other designers to give you feedback on your work based on which you can make necessary improvements in your work.



Technical leader – Roles and Responsibilities

2017-11-10 (1)
Software Development is a long process and involves many people who altogether complete the entire process successfully. Software Development Process comprises of Team of Senior Developer. Architect, Team Lead, Technical Lead and Engineering Manager. These are just a few of the team member; the actual list is quite long. Technical Lead is said to play an important role.
Technical Lead as the name states is solely responsible for leading a development team. The task of Technical Leader is not easy. They have to lead a team. Technical Lead is the one who actually creates a technical vision in order to turn it into reality with the help of the team. Technical Lead at times also has to take up the role of Architect Software, Team Lead or Software Engineer Manager. Along with all this Technical Lead also have to maintain the relation with everyone on board.

Technical Lead has got a big circle of responsibilities which is basically divided into two categories as stated below


Project Responsibility

  1. Take up the responsibility of the entire Project.
  2. Carefully analyse the project and rectify the errors found in the process.
  3. Undergoing the process of analysis in order to fulfil the requirement of system wide.
  4. Developing the detailed design structure after understanding the requirements and the design.
  5. Implementing the best practices and coding standards of the project.
  6. Keep on asking for the reviews and feedback from the peers.
  7. Reporting for all the weekly tasks in form of accurate and detailed reports.
  8. To keep a check on the whole system, conduct the testing and integration testing for the entire system.
  9. Working on identifying the project risk and planning mitigation action with the PM at project level.
  10. Lead should be proactive while reacting to the surprises and should have written explanation for the same.
  11. Lead also has to assist and guide the Project Lead/PM/BA in project coordination.
  12. To ensure that Team is working as per the listed procedures, Lead should conduct FIR- Process check master.
  13. Lead should also work on constantly increasing the productivity of the team and reducing the waste on the other end.
  14. Tech Lead should inspire all the other team members, a Lead who is looked upon by all the members.



Facebook Bans All Ads for Cryptocurrency


Facebook is now a very common name for all people across the world. Facebook is no more a platform just to find and interact with people in any corner of the world, but it has now become an informative portal too. Facebook newsfeed now a days is filled with all the current news updates so as to keep us updated with what is happening in the world. Facebook has always believed in delivering the right information in the society.

Considering this, Facebook has taken a big step which is worth appreciating. Facebook banned ads for promoting cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, ICOs and Ethereum as well. Social Media giant Facebook announced on 30th January, that they will no longer support and promote the advertisement of the financial products and services which they think are misleading or deceptive promotional practices.

Facebook updated this information in its Prohibited Content stating the ban on displaying promotional content based on not just cryptocurrencies, but also binary options, ICOs for short and other coin offerings. Initial coin offering termed as ICO has created a negative perception in the minds of the people by encouraging them to purchase new cryptocurrency before it is even launched in a hope that someday the worth of the cryptocurrency will be much more so as to earn a profit from it.

Also Read:- Facebook launches collaborative Stories for Groups and Events

Product Management Director, Rob Leathern gave a clarification on this decision stating that this action does not reflect Facebook’s opinion on Cryptocurrencies, but this action has been taken with the motive of removing all the possibilities of scams which are used to manipulate the users. Facebook wanted people to discover and look for new products and services without any fear of scams or deceptions.

Ads violating the policies of Facebook will not only be banned from Facebook but will also be banned from all those platforms where ads are being sold by Facebook which includes Instagram and other Audience Network.

The type of ads which has been banned on Facebook includes content like “Click here to get more details on our no-rish cryptocurreny”, “New ICO! Buy tokens at a 15% discount NOW!” or “Use your retirement funds to buy Bitcoin and increase your wealth”

Leather also explained that this policy has been introduced with a broader aspect and one of the major objectives of this policy is also to detect the scams and the misleading advertisement practices. This policy is also applicable for adverts on Instagram and other external websites like audience network which are a part of Facebook.

This move of Facebook is an attempt in order to protect the integrity of its advertising platform and also to provide an assurance and satisfaction to the users, that the platform they are relying on is completely safe to depend on and will never put them in difficult situations.


Business Intelligence and Analytics

business-intelligence-and-analytics-a -much-needed-tool-for-small-and-micro-business

Business Intelligence is used for computer technologies with the purpose of analyzing, identification and discovery the business data including the income, sale, products, costs and sales revenue.

BI serves different services which can helps in the transformation of the data converting into AI.

Business Intelligence technologies provide the view of data that has been structured internally for the products and services of the firm.

It also aids in organizational functions like analyzing the data sets, presenting analytical reports, dashboards, graphs, charts, summaries, etc. All these functions help the users with the information on the intelligence about the state of business.

Related Blog:- Artificial Intelligence & machine learning

The types of BI available in the market are as follows:

1. Spreadsheets help in the management of visual format and organization of rows and columns.

2. Data Integration Tools, that aids in integration the data altogether.

3. Reporting and Querying Softwares that helps in the extraction, sorting, summarizing and presenting the data well.

4. Process Mining helps in determination of business processes and serves with the tools for discovering control, data, process and social structure from the event logs.

5. Online Analytical Processing answers all the questions pertaining to multi dimensional analytical queries.

6. Digital Dashboards informs us on single page interface in the real time.

7. Data Mining bridges the gap between statistics and computer science and is useful in uncovering large sets of data.

8. Data Warehousing is useful for reporting or analysing the data.

9. Business Performance Management helps in achieving long and short term goals of the business by managing the business performance.

10. Decision Engineering aids business in making the right decisions based on varied business approaches.



Slack a tool to better manage your projects and team


Project management has now become a need of every business. With wide range of project management tools like Jira, Asana, Basecamp available in the market, the best one which has been found to be extremely useful and effective is Slack.

Survey conducted in the mid-year 2017 stated that Slack has increased business’s productivity; there has been reduction in the use of email and also the need of conducting meetings has decreased. Other proven facts of Slack stated that it has increased the internal transparency and company culture.

All this has proclaimed Slack to be the best tool for managing the Project effectively and accurately.

The features of Slack Project Management are as follows

Customised Project Management Structure

Slack allows customisation while framing the structure for Project Management of your business. Single Team for a project is called to be ideal, but considering the number of people teams can further be increased to two or three teams. Each team gets their respective channels which are called to be the building blocks of Slack.

Easy management of Task List

Slack helps you in remembering all your tasks and ensure that it gets completed on time. Integrating with Wunderlist and Todoist, Slack allows you to create your own task list with the help of To-Do-Bot if you feel the need of using it. Slack offers lot of options to manage your task list accurately. Slack also gives you access of creating your own To-do-list without integrating with any of the options offered by Slack.

Automated Reminders

Remembering long list of your tasks is a challenge for all of us. Slack delivers us in this as well. Slack is very useful in reminding us for all our tasks. Just by typing remind in a channel, Slack will remind you when you the time comes. Slack reminders can even be customised where you can ask Slack to remember all your passwords too and can gather certain information too from Slack may be asking for the nearest book store.

Posts Collaboration

Slack enables the note taking in form of posts. Certain information cannot be shard in form of text, where Slack helps in sharing such information in form of posts that can be passed back and forth by all the team members. Slack allows all the possible customisations in the post.

Access to bots

Slack has also got several bots on board like DiggBot which makes you aware with the interesting websites and delivers news to your Slack channel. The Monkey Test It Bot which is useful in testing the website in terms of the broken links, SEO issues and if you find some of your files missing. PaperBot helps in the organisation of all the links posted by you by displaying it all in just a single website.

Powerful Searching Capabilities

Slack channel if often found full of messages, which makes it quite difficult to find some specific message. But Slack has got solution for this too. Slack enables the search within the channel and you can even as ask any of your team member for the content you want. Results then get displayed by date and relevance. As Slack allows you to start your important messages, the “has:star” modifier displays al the starred messages.


WhatsApp has launched P2P payments into beta in India


WhatsApp for business are growing day by day.

In India, launching so many applications base on phone to phone payment, even Whatsapp is also trying to their hands in this market.

WhatsApp has announced a new P2P payment feature which makes the money transfer between one to another whatsApp user.

This features is under the testing phase, it launch beta version.

Remember one think it’s not include merchant accounts at all.

To make digital India is the major objective of WhatsApp behind launching this feature is to encourage people for the digital payments. It will be a strong competition to other digital wallets.

This person-to-person payments feature is yet to enter the market with some restricted places and not throughout India.

Also Read:- Send money to your buddies using PayPal on Messenger

Actually, WhatsApp are working on this P2P payment transaction feature for quite a long time.

It will be done through Unified Payment Interface (UPI) and many Indian banks like Axis, HDFC, ICICI, SBI etc. is ready to support WhatsApp in launching this feature all across India.

With a strong of more than 300 million active users across India, launch of this feature will prove to be beneficial for WhatsApp and is sure to give good competition to other Digital Payment Applications.

On receiving this feature, first you need to configure it.

Configuration will be done by verification process via mobile number and also SMS ending up with opting for a bank.


After this, the Payment option will be available for use and will be visible in the same panel where you get to see options like Camera, Document, Photo & Video Library, Location, Contact.

The giant of Social Media, Facebook is also a step ahead in this feature.

They have got all the approvals from Indian Government for integrating UPI into the messaging services.

Apart from that Facebook is also running their hand on group video calling feature which will allow 3 people at a time talking to each other through video call.

We are expecting this feature are launch in booth android and iPhone too.

WhatsApp is expected to dominate other Person-to-Person Payment Applications in India as many people here using smartphones with less storage in their phones of which maximum storage is being utilized by WhatsApp.

iPhone Apps Development Services

Evolution of Swift in iOS Apps Development


Objective C has been the king of the hearts of many developers.

It evolved as a programming language and turned out to be the default programming language for NeXTSTEP, OS X and iOS.

Towards future advancement Apple started working on Swift in the year 2010. Swift was being developed with an objective of competing Objective C especially in certain aspects like type, safety, security and better on hardware performance.

So finally Apple successfully launched Swift 1.0 in September 2014.

Related Blog:- Kotlin and Swift. Is it a whole new era in Mobile App Development?

With rapid advancement in the technology there has been increase in the programming languages too.

With the evolution of new programming languages every the companies need to adapt changes in their working process.

Most of us must have heard about Swift. If not, then this is the right time to do so.

Swift is the latest programming language from Apple which has proven to be a great supplement for Objective C. Swift is available for the iOS app development as well as OS X, watchOS, and TvOS apps too.

Swift programming language is also very easy to learn and understand, considering which many students; entry level developers and long standing Mac and iOS developers are engrossed in learning this language to work in their development skills on Swift.

The best feature of Swift is that it is accessible on the oldest devices of Apple and even for the newest or the upcoming ones.

The latest version of Swift is found to be in the form of Xcode.

Swift can also work along with Objective C which gives the developers an option of creating a mixed language app using both Swift and Objective C.

Since the evolution of Swift, many versions have been launched in the market. The version history of Swift is as follows:

  • Mid 2010: Development of Swift initiated.
  • July 17, 2010: First Swift was launched in the market.
  • June 2, 2014: Apple announced Swift at WWDC 2014, giving developers a pre-release version of Swift and Xcode 6.
  • September 15, 2014: Apple released Swift 1.0 with the Gold Master of Xcode 6.
  • October 15, 2014: Swift 1.1 is released with Xcode 6.1.
  • April 8, 2015: Swift 1.2 is released with Xcode 6.3.
  • June 8, 2015: Apple announces Swift 2.0 at WWDC 2015, giving developers a pre-release version of Swift 2 and Xcode 7.
  • September 15, 2015: Apple releases Swift 2.0 with the Xcode 7 Gold Master build.
  • October 20, 2015: Apple releases Swift 2.1 with the release of Xcode 7.1.
  • December 3, 2015: Apple announces the Swift 3.0 roadmap on GitHub.
  • March 21, 2016: Apple releases Swift 2.2 with the release of Xcode 7.3.
  • September 13, 2016: Apple releases Swift 3.0 with the release of Xcode 8.
  • March 27, 2017: Apple releases Swift 3.1.
  • June 5, 2017: Apple announces Swift 4.0 at WWDC ’17.

When apple launched Swift 2.0 at WWDC’15, Swift was upgraded with varied features and refinements. Swift 2.0 was featured with open source and Linux port available.

Safer version and Swiftier SDKs added to this it had a new error handling model which was based on the usage of try, throw and catch keywords.

The launch of Swift 3.0 at WWDC’16 created a major impact on the market.

In order to avoid the use of Language NS prefixes and other Objective-C holdovers Swift 3.0 was helpful.

Swift Package Manager was added inorder to make the management of dependencies easy and convenient.

Finally the latest version, Swift 4.0 was launched at WWDC’17 and was released in the beta form. Swift 4.0 is featured with new codeable protocol that gives an allowance on easy serialization of data wrapped in structs. Breaking of the string literals in multiple lines is now possible with Swift 4.0.