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Google is offering a mobile web developer certification for the low-low price of just 99 dollars!The post Google is Offering a Mobile Web Developer Certification for $99 by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
When logged into Instagram.com on a mobile browser, you will now see stories at the top of your feed.The post Instagram Stories Are Coming to Mobile Web Browsers by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Google has overhauled search results for events on its app and the mobile web.The post Google Search for Events Gets Overhauled by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Google has introduced a new feature called “style ideas” for image searches on the mobile web.The post Now You Can Find ‘Style Ideas’ With Google Image Search by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Separate the gearsDon’t grind together, glide past one another.Do you do a lot of waiting around at work? Not waiting because there’s nothing to do, but waiting on someone else to do something first so you can do something second?If so, you’re likely at a crazy company.Crazy companies are full of dependencies. Calm companies are full of independencies.Dependencies are tangled, intertwined teams, groups, or individuals that can’t move independently of one another. They’re often waiting for each other — for this person to do that so this other person can do this. For this team to finish that part so this other team can start on theirs.If you’re building airplanes or working an assembly line, fine. That’s probably required. But most companies these days aren’t, yet they still work like they are. One piece at a time, vs. many pieces at once, in parallel.Here’s an example. If your company makes an iOS app and an Android…
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These days, you can do virtually anything on your mobile device. If you’ve ever been standing in a crowd of people, heard one of the generic iPhone ringers go off and watched about 14 different people pull out their cell phone, then you know what I’m talking about. Nielsen estimates that there are over 160 million smartphone users in the US. 160+.million.people. All surfing the web, and all probably playing Angry Birds. And that number is only going to get bigger.