Twitter Spaces

Twitter Spaces

 

Twitter is famous - and infamous - for its debate culture. On the platform, you’ll often find never-ending arguments or detailed stories despite the strict character limit. With Twitter Spaces, this should be able to happen a lot more easily and with fewer misunderstandings....

 

What is an .io domain?

What is an .io domain?

 

A distinctive web address that is optimally tailored to your business or project is one of the most important building blocks for online success. As an alternative to classic endings such as .com or .net, the domain .io has also attracted attention in recent years. But what does...

 

Data centre security

How secure is a data centre?

 

When people talk about how secure cloud services are, they usually focus on issues such as data protection and defence against cyber-attacks. A major fire at a French cloud provider in early March raised the question of how well Internet data centres are protected against...

 

Set up a Valheim server

Creating a Valheim server: Here’s how

 

Fans of Norse mythology will get their money’s worth in the survival game ‘Valheim’. Up to ten players can explore the game world together, collect resources, build huts, and defeat monsters or end-bosses. Your own dedicated Valheim server will best suit this multiplayer style of...

 

Most popular domain extensions

Would you have guessed? These are the most popular domain extensions in 2021!

 

The most popular domain extensions (also called ‘top-level domains’ or ‘TLDs’ for short) have been available on the Internet for over thirty years. Millions of websites have opted for these endings. Country-specific domain extensions are up high in the top 10 list – is the .us...

 

Clubhouse app

Clubhouse app: what’s behind the hype?

 

Clubhouse has caught the attention of users through its new approach. Instead of writing to each other, users talk to one another – at the same time and at eye level. Discussions and lectures run exclusively through audio. There’s no video or texting. So, you can listen to other...

 

Digitalisation for local businesses

Why digitalisation is so important for local businesses

 

Local businesses are under threat from being overshadowed by the convenience of larger online businesses. However, digitalisation itself isn’t a threat, but rather an opportunity to make your own business even more well-known and successful. We’ll show you the greatest benefits...

 

What is a blog?

We all know what they look like. Maybe you regularly read blogs on fashion, books, or cooking yourself. But what is a blog? And is it any different to a website? If you’re new to the world of blogging, fear not. This article contains everything you need to know – the types of blogs that exist, how a blog works, and how you can start a successful blog yourself.

What is the builder pattern?

The builder pattern is a design pattern that is used to simplify the development of software for repetitive processes. It falls under the umbrella ‘design patterns’ which encompasses the use of templates for structuring, depiction of behaviour or construction. The builder design pattern falls within the latter category. The builder pattern separates the construction of an object from its...

Facade pattern: unified interface for software projects

The facade design pattern, facade pattern in short, plays an important role in object-oriented software development. The pattern offers an elegant way to merge different interfaces of sub-system classes and develop software more flexibly and in a less complex manner. Find out what this entails and what its advantages and disadvantages are using facade pattern examples.

The singleton pattern – a class in itself

The singleton pattern comes into play when unchangeable programme sequences are used. A singleton guarantees that a class exists only once. It belongs to the category of creational design patterns in software development. Here, we’ll explore why the singleton design pattern is considered a powerful and yet problematic tool.

Decorator pattern: a pattern for dynamic class expansion

Developers often come across huge challenges when managing classes. That is particularly true when managing a large number of sub-classes. The so-called ‘decorator pattern’ promises a solution: the design pattern allows for dynamic optimisation and expansion of classes during the compilation process or even while running software.

What role does SEO play in domain selection?

For a site to position well in the search results, there are many technical, strategic, and content-related requirements that need to be fulfilled. The problem is that these factors – over 200 of them in total – are not all known. Google keeps many of them a secret in order to prevent manipulation and deception of their search engine. Is the domain name a factor? Is there such as thing as the...

How to format hard drives on Windows

Formatting a hard drive prepares a disk for use with Windows. It can subsequently be used for file storage or as a backup medium, for example. Formatting is not a major problem with Windows as all the required functions are available as on-board tools. Find out how to format a hard drive and when it is useful to do so.

Fedora CoreOS – a smart fedora for Container Linux

Fedora CoreOS is intended to make working with containers far easier. However, that is not all that the developers have promised. Fedora CoreOS is also designed to be operable standalone, update automatically, be completely secure, operate at scale, and install in under five minutes. Here we will introduce you to the direct successor to CoreOS Container Linux and go over its advantages.

How to clone hard drives in Windows

Cloning hard drives is the best way to migrate data and operating systems safely and efficiently. It’s essential to have the right software to ensure that the process goes smoothly. We’ll show you what to watch out for during the cloning and how to clone a hard drive in just a few steps with trusted programs.


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